The Campus Review/Northern News Review newspapers

The Campus Review/Northern News Review was a newspaper at Northern Michigan University from 1972 to 1987. It is unclear whether it was published by students or by the marketing department, but it largely seems to have been a promotional tool for the university. It focused on stories about faculty and administration members, student achievements, university events, and athletics. The Campus Review was renamed the Northern News Review in 1978. In 1987, the Northern News Review merged with Northern Horizons, a marketing department publication.

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Northern has had many student newspapers and literary magazines. For other student publications, see the Quill Magazine (a student literary magazine from 1914-1918), the Midget Quill Magazine (a publication of the John D. Pierce Training School from 1916-1927), the Northern News (a student newspaper from 1919-1972), the North Wind (a student newspaper from 1972 to the present), the underground student newspapers (a collection of short-lived student publications in the 1960s and 1970s), and the Nishnawbe News (a paper published by the Organization of North American Indian Students at Northern Michigan University from 1971 to 1983).