Digital History at Ursinus

Browse Items (16 total)

Weekly-JAN14-1971.pdf
Articles about the nations history of campus protest and campus violence followed by a quotation about Nixon.

Weekly-OCT15-1970.pdf
After growing tensions between students and the administration, a protest breaks out on campus and divided the campus.

Weekly-OCT8-1970.pdf
A rather critical student editorial of Ursinus's history of activism.

Weekly-OCT10-1969.pdf
A message from Dr. Rice who responds to the Ursinus administration's decision to not cancel classes for the Vietnam War Moratorium.

Weekly-MAY29-1969.pdf
Advice for students graduating college in 1969.

Weekly-MAR20-1969.pdf
An article discussing why voluntary service in the armed forced would yield better results than the draft.

Weekly-MAY23-1968.pdf
An editorial in which a dismayed student ponders the future of Ursinus and what will happen if the students remain complacent with the status quo.

Weekly-Jan11-1968.pdf
An aerial photo of the Ursinus campus being described as a Viet Cong rest camp.

Weekly War Extra - 12-8-1941(reduced+OCR).pdf
A piece published the day after Pearl Harbor occurred announced the United States officially declared war on Japan.
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