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Bellwether is the news magazine publication of the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine distributed to alumni and friends of the school. The magazine was first published in October 1981 and includes stories about clinical and research innovations at the school, as well as faculty, staff, and alumni updates. Issues have been digitally archived from 1996 to the present, available through Scholarly Commons. To search just the recent issues in Google add the following search term to your search site:www.vet.upenn.edu/about/press-room/publications/bellwether-magazine
Newspapers can carry obituaries and news items about Penn Vet faculty and students.
The School of Veterinary Medicine published the Veterinary Extension Quarterly from 1921-1959 with the purpose of providing articles of practical interest for animal owners and veterinarians. Articles were by Vet faculty and others and it also included papers presented at the Annual Conference of Veterinarians.
Issues 1-44 (1921-1931) available via Hathi Trust .
The yearbook of the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine was published as The Veterinary Record (1906-1910), The Class Record (1911-1913) , and The Scalpel since 1911. A book of photographs of the School and University were published in lieu of a yearbook in 1921.
No issues were published for the years 1922-1927, 1929-1933, 2013 or after 2015.
The 1940 issue is included in Ancestry.com (database also available through many public libraries).
Pictures of veterinary students are included in the general University of Pennsylvania yearbook The Record in the years 1925-1927.
The University of Pennsylvania Bulletin and similar student handbooks for the School of Veterinary Medicine contain information for prospective and current students including in some years admission requirements, expectations of behavior, room and board options, required reading, summary of patient cases seen by species and diagnoses, course descriptions, financial obligations, and faculty lists.