Posted by: Chris Kretz | April 15, 2009

Student Newspaper: April 15, 1969

The New Voice for April 15, 1969

The New Voice for April 15, 1969

Highlights of this edition include:

  • A look at the work study opportunities on and 0ff campus, including positions in local public libraries, the Central Islip State Hospital, and Brookhaven National Laboratory. Student workers earn $1.80 an hour
  • An overall favorable rundown of the Rolling Stones album Beggar’s Banquet. Released at the end of 1968, Beggar’s Banquet included the songs “Sympathy for the Devil”, “Street Fighting Man” and “Prodigal Son.”
  • Excerpts from the “Interim Progress Report to the Middle States Association”
  • An editorial asking for clarification on the College’s policies relating to a number of current issues. The Voice asks: “What would be the policy of the college on students arrested in campus demonstrations or for drug abuse? Would actions be taken against these students? What would they be? The students have a right to know the answer to these critical questions, before a crisis arises, not afterwards.”
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