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The 1969 issue of Smoke Signals included a mock quiz for studens to take in order to discern how "cool" they were.

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The front page of Flambeau on 12 February 1960 includes the article about FSU student Alan Breitler's application to attend Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University, Tallahassee's predominately black university.

This issue of Smoke Signals features a quiz to determine how "cool" the students were.

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The front cover of the issue of The Legend which caused controversy with its inclusion of the short story "The Pig Knife."

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Published in the midst of the censorship controversy, students published this single issue of "The Kneadle." It served as an underground newspaper and only featured articles relating to current events and student activism.


This booklet lists the strict social rules and regulations that FSU administration had in place for female students. It shows how female students were extremely limited while the administration enforced in loco parentis.

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This issue of "Liberation" is a response to the "98%: Silent Majority"

Printed on the morning of March 5, the front page of the Flambeau related the events of the "Night of Bayonets."

"The Truthiest Truth of All"

This excerpt from the 1969 issue of Smoke Signals is a satirical representation of several individuals and groups of people within the university.
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