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Ariel (University of Vermont Yearbooks)

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Ariel, the student yearbook, documents the student body and student activities and organizations. The first volume was published by the sophomore class in 1886, but it soon became a junior class project. Beginning in 1956, the senior class assumed responsibility for the annual yearbook. The title was derived from the character in Shakespeare's The Tempest. The faculty and students of the Medical College were included until 1936. Ariel ceased publication in 1997 with volume 110. It was superseded by a senior memory book, Folklore, in 2001.

Time Period Covered: 1886-1997 

Published:  February 20, 2012,  University of Vermont, Bailey/Howe Library, Special Collections

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