Projects
"Citadel of Apathy"?: Student Activism at UNL, September 1968-May 1969

Project Editor:Jillian Gotfredson, History 470: Digital History, Spring 2008

Active or Apathetic?

Overview
Lincoln, Nebraska: A Reflection of the Movement on a Different Scale
Public Displays of Activism: from protests to talk-ins
Hyde Park Forum
Students Unite: committees, groups, and unions
Who Protests?
What is Apathy?
National Context: a timeline of student activism on campuses
International Context: a timeline of student activism on campuses
Works Cited

Editorial Note: These cartoons demonstrate the some of the ways in which the Daily Nebraskan addressed problems plaguing the campus. From student power to the blind conformity believed to be essential to the University machine, these examples of political print discourse are also examples of a quieter, humorous activism on campus.
Cartoons


 "Policemen" cartoon, c. 1969.
Daily Nebraskan Cartoon, c. 1969




Daily Nebraskan Cartoon, c. 1968.
Daily Nebraskan Cartoon, c. 1968




Daily Nebraskan Cartoon, c. 1968.
Daily Nebraskan Cartoon, c. 1968




Daily Nebraskan Cartoon, c. 1968.
Daily Nebraskan Cartoon, c. 1968




Daily Nebraskan Cartoon from February 17, 1969, c. 1969.
Daily Nebraskan Cartoon, c. 1969




 Student Power cartoon, c. 1968.
Student Power Cartoon, c. 1968




Daily Nebraskan Cartoon, c. 1968.
Daily Nebraskan Cartoon, c. 1968




Daily Nebraskan Cartoon, c. 1968.
Daily Nebraskan Cartoon, c. 1968




Daily Nebraskan Cartoon, c. 1968.
Daily Nebraskan Cartoon, c. 1968




Daily Nebraskan Cartoon from September 12, 1968, c. 1968.
Daily Nebraskan Cartoon, c. 1968