Our History

Photos From the Past


Preserving our institutional memory is essential to Missouri S&T. As part of our 150th anniversary, the university now offers free online access several of our printed archives.


Feeling nostalgic? Wondering what the campus was like back in the 1930s? Whether you want to look through the Rollamo from your time at S&T or see what life was like on campus in the early 20th century, you can do that thanks to our digitized collection of yearbooks. From the first volume in 1907 to 2018, we have them all.


The weekly student newspaper, the Missouri Miner, serves as the primary source of campus news. The student-run weekly newspaper continues today and is available in print and online. The digital collection begins with the newspaper debut in January 1915 and continues through 2000.

Alumni Magazine

Want to read about the eating clubs in the 1920s? Wonder what alumni were talking about at the turn of the 20th century? Take a look through S&T’s digital alumni magazine repository. The magazine began as The MSM Alumnus in 1926, was briefly the Technogram in 1937-38, then was replaced in 1995 by the MSM-UMR Alumnus, now called the Missouri S&T Magazine. Most of the issues from 1926 to 2020 will be available online before October 2020.


Many books have been written by and about the university, including several cookbooks.