Photocopy of Volume 15 Number 1 of Sabrina, a special issue titled Sabrina's Parody of Playboy: Entertainment for Boys. The magazine focused on undergraduate opinion and included contributions from Amherst College, Smith College, and Mount Holyoke College students. From March 1936 to February 1950 the periodical was published eight times a year under the title of Touchstone. From March 1950 to 2001 the magazine was published under the title of Sabrina. No issues were published in the years 1943-1945, 1955-1958, 1964, 1958-1970, 1972-1980, 1994-1996, and 1998-1999. The magazine included humorous elements as well as "the genuine literary efforts of budding writers." Entries in issues varied in form including drawings, comics, poems, short stories, articles, photographs, editorials, and jokes. The editors of this issue were John M. Hay, Hans D. Bergmann, Harvey J. Croze, Mark J. Sandler, Richard S. Wirtz, Andy Blue, and William E. Biddle, III. Hans D. Bergman and John M. Hay are listed as publishers of this issue.