• The Cadaver, 1963 November, Vol. 19, No. 2

      Giles, Gene; Pate, Eula; Mills, Luther; Poinsett, Bill; Bussy, Faye (Medical College of Georgia, 1963-11-23)
      The Cadaver was the campus newspaper published by the students on the Augusta University Health Sciences Campus from 1946-1996. Satire and humor were the main features of the publication; although informative articles regarding the health sciences, the faculty, and campus life were often included. NOTE: The Cadaver is a historical document which reflects the attitudes, perspectives, and beliefs of a different time period. The Augusta University Libraries does not endorse or affirm the attitudes and opinions which may be offensive in today's society.
    • The Cadaver, 1963 September, Vol. 19, No. 1

      Giles, Gene; Pate, Eula; Mills, Luther; Poinsett, Bill (Medical College of Georgia, 1963-09-16)
      The Cadaver was the campus newspaper published by the students on the Augusta University Health Sciences Campus from 1946-1996. Satire and humor were the main features of the publication; although informative articles regarding the health sciences, the faculty, and campus life were often included. NOTE: The Cadaver is a historical document which reflects the attitudes, perspectives, and beliefs of a different time period. The Augusta University Libraries does not endorse or affirm the attitudes and opinions which may be offensive in today's society.
    • The Cadaver, 1964 April, Vol. 19, No. 4

      Giles, Gene; Pate, Eula; Mills, Luther; Poinsett, Bill; Bussy, Faye (Medical College of Georgia, 1964-04)
      The Cadaver was the campus newspaper published by the students on the Augusta University Health Sciences Campus from 1946-1996. Satire and humor were the main features of the publication; although informative articles regarding the health sciences, the faculty, and campus life were often included. NOTE: The Cadaver is a historical document which reflects the attitudes, perspectives, and beliefs of a different time period. The Augusta University Libraries does not endorse or affirm the attitudes and opinions which may be offensive in today's society.
    • The Cadaver, 1964 January 13, Vol. 19, No. 3

      Giles, Gene; Pate, Eula; Mills, Luther; Poinsett, Bill; Bussy, Faye (Medical College of Georgia, 1964-01-13)
      The Cadaver was the campus newspaper published by the students on the Augusta University Health Sciences Campus from 1946-1996. Satire and humor were the main features of the publication; although informative articles regarding the health sciences, the faculty, and campus life were often included. NOTE: The Cadaver is a historical document which reflects the attitudes, perspectives, and beliefs of a different time period. The Augusta University Libraries does not endorse or affirm the attitudes and opinions which may be offensive in today's society.
    • The Cadaver, 1964 March 9, Vol. 19, No. 3

      Giles, Gene; Pate, Eula; Mills, Luther; Poinsett, Bill; Bussy, Faye (Medical College of Georgia, 1964-03-09)
      The Cadaver was the campus newspaper published by the students on the Augusta University Health Sciences Campus from 1946-1996. Satire and humor were the main features of the publication; although informative articles regarding the health sciences, the faculty, and campus life were often included. NOTE: The Cadaver is a historical document which reflects the attitudes, perspectives, and beliefs of a different time period. The Augusta University Libraries does not endorse or affirm the attitudes and opinions which may be offensive in today's society.
    • The Cadaver, 1964 May, Vol. 19, No. 5

      Giles, Gene; Pate, Eula; Mills, Luther; Poinsett, Bill; Bussy, Faye (Medical College of Georgia, 1964-05)
      The Cadaver was the campus newspaper published by the students on the Augusta University Health Sciences Campus from 1946-1996. Satire and humor were the main features of the publication; although informative articles regarding the health sciences, the faculty, and campus life were often included. NOTE: The Cadaver is a historical document which reflects the attitudes, perspectives, and beliefs of a different time period. The Augusta University Libraries does not endorse or affirm the attitudes and opinions which may be offensive in today's society.