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[PLEASE NOTE: This issue has been assigned a volume, issue number, and date for indexing purposes.] The Rag was published at the end of the school year as a spoof on the student newspaper the Stag. The banner reads as follows: The Rag - Vol. 69, No. 69 - with no date assigned - Published By The Regular Staff, Which is a Joke In Itself. The tag line reads: ""All The News That Fits We Print""
A timeline for Fairfield University student newspapers is as follows: The Tentative, Nov. 7, 1947 - Dec. 19, 1947; The Fulcrum, Jan. 9, 1948 - May 20, 1949; The Stag, Sept. 23, 1949 - May 6, 1970; The University Voice, Oct. 1, 1970 - May 11, 1977; The Fairfield Free Press & Review, Sept. 10, 1970 - Apr. 24, 1975; The Fairfield Mirror, Sept. 22, 1977 - present.
Newsprint; black-and-white; ill.; 11 x 17 in.
Students of Fairfield University
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Fairfield University Archives and Special Collections
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"Stag - Vol. 15, No. 16 - May 25, 1964" (1964). (1949-1970) The Stag. 183.