Analysis of the ’40s Rambler


1945 marks an exciting development in the history of The Rambler: the moment it got its permanent name. As you may have noticed, the paper of the ‘30s had many monikers, from the staid Bush News to the dorky Bush Bugle. Fast forward to 1945, and the paper gives us this update: “There have been many changes in the school paper since it was first published. This semester’s staff has changed the name from The Barometer to The Rambler. It has tried to change what was formerly a gossip sheet into an orderly, interesting newspaper.”

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