This new Special Collections Research Center exhibition features Syracuse University’s rich history and variety of student voices and student publications, which have been part of the fabric of the campus since its early days. Curated by University Archivist Meg Mason, the exhibition includes articles, poetry, fiction, and other writings as well as illustrations, cover art, and cartoons. Newspapers, magazines, newsletters, and other publications, all from the University Archives, will offer a glimpse into the history of Syracuse University’s student voices, expressing humor, art, and class solidarity as well as documenting student activism, campus news, student organizations, and the voices of underrepresented communities on campus.
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This event was published on February 7, 2022.