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    • Oregon’s Silent Majority v. their Children: Challenging the role of the University and widening the “Generation Gap” 

      Friedman, Judith (Robert D. Clark Honors College, University of Oregon, 2003-12-10)
      Student unrest in 1970 at the University of Oregon and across the nation reflected the increasing tensions, frustrations and disillusionment that the younger generation of Americans felt toward their place in the global ...
    • Protesting the Media: The Students’ Plea to be Heard 

      Haire, Lauren (Robert D. Clark Honors College, University of Oregon, 2003-12-10)
      The sixties and seventies were marked by unprecedented revolution. The world was changing and people were waking up to the social inequalities and political deviations. During a time when civil rights were scarcely ...
    • The Roles of President Clark and the Oregon Daily Emerald In the 1970 Protests on the University of Oregon Campus 

      Hoogerhuis, Mara (Robert D. Clark Honors College, University of Oregon, 2003-12-11)
      Like many colleges and universities throughout the United States in the late 1960s and early 1970s, the University of Oregon experienced a variety of anti-war student protests on its usually peaceful green campus. Students ...
    • University Political Ideology 

      Hoffman, Carson; Barth, Laura; Bellis, Tyler (Robert D. Clark Honors College, University of Oregon, 2003-12-08)
      Throughout the history of the University of Oregon, issues have come and gone that, at the time, seemed to play a vital role in the very nature of the institution, such as budget cuts, protests, and student power. But ...
    • The University Student: Scholar, Citizen, and Protester 

      Connolly, Rose E. (Robert D. Clark Honors College, University of Oregon, 2003-12-10)
      The 1960s brought about a remarkable time of change for universities as institutions. Relations between administration, faculty, and students changed dramatically. Student life took on a new form of liberal living and ...