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.
A newspaper article describing the circumstances that led 200 black students to hold a "talk-in" in university President Stanley Marshall's office for about 90 minutes. The students gathered to demand amnesty for two black students whom officers had…
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.
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.