It’s not over till it’s over, MT readers. This issue has a great story that continues well into the comments section. Read on!
Posts Tagged ‘student activism’
In 1985 Deborah Robinson, PhD ’87, created a bracelet program with the names of political prisoners serving life sentences in South Africa. Solidarity prevails today.
On Oct.15, 1969, President Robben Fleming advised U-M faculty to forgo attendance. The campus had been given over to the biggest of all 1960s peace protests.
In 2005, a move to shut down the Residential College’s popular Benzinger Library sparked student protests, sit-ins, and a move to take back the stacks of East Quad.
A dive into the MT archives reveals a treasure trove of photos (circa 1967-70) by award-winning artist and American Hustle editor Jay Cassidy.