About the Collection

This online collection features Oglethorpe University’s Carillon magazine (2004 – 2010). Issues published since 2010 are available on the University Communications website. The Carillon is an award-winning magazine published twice a year for alumni, parents, and friends of the university.

To begin viewing the Carillon, select an issue below.


Carillon, Fall 2010
Carillon Fall 2010


Carillon, Spring 2010Carillon Spring 2010


Carillon, Fall 2009


Carillon, Fall 2008


Carillon, Summer 2008


Carillon, Winter 2007


Carillon, Spring 2007


Carillon, Fall 2006


Carillon, Spring 2006


Carillon, Fall 2005


Carillon, Winter 2004


Carillon, Fall 2004


Viewing Recommendations

Once you select a Carillon, an Internet Archive page will open, featuring the item.

The important links for viewing the item are on the upper-left hand side of the page.

We recommend selecting “Read Online” (in the upper left-hand side of the page). If you select Read Online, you can “flip” the pages by clicking on them.

Each Carillon is full-text searchable (you can search by name, by club, etc.). The search feature is not 100% accurate, however, so please also browse through the pages.

If you would like to download or print the item, please visit OU’s Carillon homepage.

Ask a Librarian if you have any questions about the project.

Collection Background

This project, which brings access to a number of campus publications, was carried out by the Oglethorpe University departments of Development, Alumni Relations, Public Relations, and University Archives.

This project was made possible by LYRASIS and supported in part through a grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. The collection is hosted by Internet Archive.

Copyright Information

The Carillon is under copyright by Oglethorpe University. The digital collections presented on the Library website are owned, held, or licensed by Oglethorpe University and are available for free personal, non-commercial, and educational use, provided that ownership of the materials is properly cited. Any commercial use of the materials, without the written permission of the Philip Weltner Library of Oglethorpe University, is strictly prohibited. If you need additional information about copyright and use of a specific digital collection created at Oglethorpe, please refer to the specific Web site of that digital collection. Oglethorpe University is not, under any circumstances, responsible for the unauthorized use or redistribution of digital collections found on this website.