The Coraddi is an art and literature magazine published at the University of North Carolina-Greensboro (UNCG). It is the longest running campus publication at the University with the first issue being published on March 15, 1897, under the name State Normal Magazine. Its original purpose and content was news relating to the State Normal and Industrial College (later UNCG). The magazine was founded by members of the three campus literary societies: the Cornelian, the Adelphian, and the Dikean literary societies. In 1919, the magazine underwent a transformation, changing its content and its name to became the Coraddi (Cor from Cornelian, ad from Adelphian, and di from Dikean). The Coraddi is published semi-annually, in April and November, and accepts submissions of artwork and literature from current students, alumni, and faculty and staff.