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116-1., 1965.

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 6

Scope and Contents

From the Collection:

Contains correspondence, clippings, announcements, publications, and other material re all aspects of campus life, including student events, elections, organizations, protests, and activism. Reference is made to civil rights activity, as well as to protests against the Vietnam War. Material relating to the National Student Strike of 1970 and the May Day demonstrations of 1971 is included.

Arranged chronologically.


  • 1965.

Conditions Governing Access

Box 1 folder 5 and Box 2 folder 1 contain closed material which will be removed before access is granted.


From the Collection: 1.5 Linear Feet

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English

Container Summary

Includes: minutes of College Class of 1968 Council meeting; flyer re candidacy of Mark E. Anthony Reisch for Student Council Vice President; directory of East Campus Class of 1965; newsletter from Fr. Zrinyi to Principles of Economics class 1961-1962 , 1962-1963, dated December 1965, giving updates on Diana Hoppe, Mike Nichols, Ellen Donelan, Mary Reddington, John H. Crawley, Louise Dumler, Greg Kepley, Kathy Medernach, John C. Fulmer, Marianne Tampier, Tony Lella, Emily Egger, Gabriella Rakoczy, John Santoniello, Frank Felocetti, Constance Ann Leo, Joe Pettit, Mary Hartl, Mary Nelson, Bridget O'Laughlin, Kathy Bano, John Lacey, Peter Blyberg, Carolyn Whitaker, Gary di Grazia, Michelle Metrinko (Miss U.S.A.), Kathy Kelley, Mary Naughton, Ralph Regalbuto, Athanasios Vellianitis, Steve Duffy, Joannie Walton, Ed Duchini, Dona O'Bannon, Nina Simons, Theresa Bradley, Barbara Bitzer, Rose Ann Domenici, Margaret Topic, Al Baratti, Joannie Davenport, Mary Kay Thomas, Fredericka Wall, Maureen Davies and Kathie Higgins; clippings re October 1965 news conference by leaders of National Student Committee for Defense of Vietnam, Tom Pauken C1965, Tom Kane F1966 and Frank Keating C1966, and other clippings and flyers re the group; material re Sports Week; roster of student governement officers for 1964-1965; letters to Chancellor Edward B. Bunn, S.J., and President Gerard J. Campbell, S.J., reporting on Georgetown Lay Mission Group's work in Mexico; Washington Post clipping, April 8, 1965, re student protest in favor of home rule for the District of Columbia; Hoya clippings, March 26, 1965, re Georgetown students protesting in Selma, Alabama for civil rights; report of National College Student Symposium, 03/05-07/1965, sponsored by Georgetown College Student Council; flyer re "Ugly Man" contest, March 1965, with added note that reads "won by Pat Rueckel, Dean of Women"; letter to Georgetown Community, March 21, 1965, re CONTAC (Conference on the Atlantic Community); Class of 1968 newsletter, March 25, 1965; clippings re student protest at Russian Embassy, February 1965, including photograph of Fr. Devine; flyer and platform re candidacy of John Mahnony for Yard Secretary; flyer re candidacy of Bob Barrett for Yard Treasurer; platformand flyer re candidcay of Larry Korchnak for Student Council Representative; platform re candidacy of John Small for Class Secretary; flyer re candidacy of James Gavigan for Class Vice President; platform re candidacy of Leo I. Higdon for Class President; platform re candidacy of Matt Andrea for Class Treasurer; flyer re candidacy of Bill Flynn for Class Vice President; flyer re candidacy of Fred Hurley for Class Vice President; and project report on Georgetown Inter-American Student Project (GIASP), formerly known as Georgetown Lay Mission Group, for 1965. Report details work in Mexico and identifies the following project members: Mark Woods;Fred Zagar; Ira Kaylin; Mary Ann Haney; Susan Savage; Marie Larsen; Bunny Zazzali; Kathy Goodman; Rita Moore; Beth Clavin; Gretechen Hartwich; Geary Simmons and Jim Nieckarz (Maryknoll Seminarians); George Metcalf; Rick Hulefield; Jim Bulter; Tom Stevenson; Dean Dolan; Eileen Latell; and Ross Gardiner.

Repository Details

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