Generation Without a Cause. Narrated by Walter Cronkite. 1963. "A study of the values and attitudes of the college youth of the sixties who grew up during years of war, nuclear energy, and prosperity. Part 1 focuses on the majority of the college students using students from Rutgers University as examples; part 2 presents a Rutgers student who is opposed to the conformity and apathy of his generation. Special guests include Senator William Fulbright, Dr. Philip E. Jacob, Dr. Richard McCormick, Dr. Selman Waksman, and poets Robert Frost and John Ciardi." Available?
Rutgers From the Inside: A View of a Contemporary University. "Shows college classrooms (graduate and undergraduate), activities, and campus of Rutgers University (Rutgers, Rutgers Newark, Douglass) in 1966. Includes interviews with students who express their attitudes towards classmates, curriculum, and the transition to a state university." Available?
Rutgers Newark Commemorates Takeover of Conklin Hall Video by John O'Boyle/The Star-Ledger.
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