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Catalyst for change

Fred Foote recalls his historic role in the Civil Rights movement

Teri Barth | Mainline Staff Writer | teribarth@gmail.com
February 6, 2014

The late 1960s. Th e women’s  rights movement was gaining momentum, the anti-Vietnam War movement had firmly grasped people’s attention, and the civil rights movement took over the streets. 1,964 more words


Events Continue to Flourish for Point Park University Students

Many cultural and involving events continue to offer great experiences for the students of the downtown Pittsburgh University

By Nicholas Vercilla

Due to the University being located in the middle of downtown Pittsburgh, the Campus Activities Board tries to through as many events as possible for students to try and give them a traditional, fun college experience. 428 more words


Little White Lie Movie Review

Growing up, Lacey Schwartz felt like an outsider. Raised in upstate New York by Caucasian Jewish parents, she never felt like she fit in. It was obvious, though unspoken that Lacey was different. 105 more words


Berkeley Students Seek Honors For US Terrorist Harbored By Cuba

Berkeley Radicals Want to Honor Cop-Killing Communist

by Matthew Vadum, FrontPage (magazine)

Disgruntled black students at the University of California at Berkeley are demanding a campus building be named after convicted cop-killing terrorist and fugitive from justice, Assata Shakur. 348 more words

Berkeley Black Student Union Want Changes To Address Discrimination, Rename Building For Black Panther On FBI Terror List

BERKELEY (KPIX 5) – The issue of race has the University of California, Berkeley campus buzzing, after a student group wants a building named after a member of the Black Panthers who was once convicted of killing a New Jersey state trooper. 253 more words


UC Berkeley’s Black Student Union demands school rename campus building after fugitive cop-killer Assata Shakur

WND: University of California Berkeley’s Black Student Union has released a list of demands issued to the administration, including the renaming of a campus building for fugitive cop-killer and FBI-designated terrorist Assata Shakur. 63 more words


This Week in UCI History, 1969

New University is UC Irvine’s longest-running student newspaper. First published in September 1968, full issues from 1968-1983 can be found in the Online Archive of UCI History… 275 more words