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  • Collection: The Claremont Colleges

Student activism article in an unknown paper.pdf
An article written in an unknown newspaper about living in the 1960s that briefly mentions the on campus bombings that occurred on Feb 26th 1969

Article on the effects of Student Protest of ROTC

Article on the Claremont College's decisions about ROTC

Final Report of the Washington Delegation .pdf
The Final Report of the Washington Delegation: a group of professors and students of the Claremont Colleges went to D.C. to present the effects of the Vietnam War on university campuses, with an emphasis of the events at the Claremont Colleges

Students advertise a protest march against the ROTC in Student Newspaper


Despite a tense campus atmosphere following demonstrations, the Claremont colleges moved forward with the Black Studies Center in March. The Black Student Union was successful in creating tangible change on the campuses. Specific gains include the…

The Daily Report, a local newspaper for Ontario and Upland, reported on the Claremont Colleges’ and the Black Student Union joint announcement of the formation of an intercollegiate committee that would work to found a Black Studies Center. The…

These articles, while having nearly identical text, have distinct titles and, in the case of one article, distinct presentations. They likely draw from an official press release from the Claremont Colleges. This difference in presentation may be a…

These brief but interesting articles highlight the little-known fact that Myrlie Evers-Williams was appointed to a position at the Claremont Colleges as part of the movement towards racial equity. Additionally, they recount an effort from the…
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