Campus Communique: Outcries of Dissent

CAMPUS COMMUNIQUÉ

The pulse of protest quickened on U.S. campuses last week. Some old issues took new turns. Black Power, for example, increasingly involved black athletes and black campus workers. Anti-war demonstrators focused on military research. At the same time, administrators seemed more assured and rational in containing student unrest without violence. Items:

> At M.I.T. the issue was the November Action Coalition's demand that military research be canceled at two off-campus laboratories and the Center for International Studies (TIME, Nov. 7). Relying on law rather than force, M.I.T. President Howard W. Johnson...

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