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- THE WHITE CAP – College of Nursing
- ROUTER – College of Computer Studies
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- MICRO – College of Medical Technology
- LEGATUM – College of Law
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- THE VOICE JUNIOR QUILL - High School Main Campus
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- THE QUILL - Official student publication of Southwestern University
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