University Publications Collection, 1921-2017, 1921-2017
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Skandalon, 1962-1966

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Box 10, Folder 29
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Skandalon was a bi-weekly journal of news and opinion published by Campus Christian Council. Articles and editorials discussed the Civil Rights Movement, the theology of Paul Tillich, sex, the constuction of the South Mall in Albany, the John Birch Society, the Freedom Riders, the Cuban Missle Crisis, the Berkeley Free Speech Movement, the move to the Uptown Campus, and the implementation of tuition at CUNY.

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