By 1959, the number of students attending evening classes had exceeded the number of daytime students, and the decision was made to publish a separate edition of the student newspaper geared just to the 1,940 evening students. Called Nite Times, the semi-monthly newspaper ran from 1959 to 1961. The idea for an Evening School publication originated with the birth of a twilight Journalism course. According to statistics, the average night student was thirty years old, married, a veteran, had a full-time day job and a family, and averaged about two, three-hour classes each week. Pictured are the Nite Times editors.