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

Student Power


 Campus Opinion as seen in the February 17, 1969 Daily Nebraskan, c. 1969.
"Protesters destroy, don't build," c. 1969




An article by Craig Dreeszen as seen in the March 4, 1968 Daily Nebraskan, c. 1968.
"Student power," c. 1968




 An article by Ed Icenogle as seen in the March 6, 1969 Daily Nebraskan, c. 1969.
"Flexing muscles," c. 1969




An article by Ed Icenogle as seen in the May 5, 1969 Daily Nebraskan, c. 1969.
"A few things done, but mostly a gray year for Old NU," c. 1969




An editorial by Jack Todd as seen in the September 26, 1968 Daily Nebraskan, c. 1968.
"Student power: the catalyst," c. 1968




 An article by John Dietz as seen in the October 16, 1968 Daily Nebraskan, c. 1968.
"Freedom for whom?" c. 1968




Article and photographs as seen in the November 1, 1968 Daily Nebraskan, c. 1968.
"Draft, student power," c. 1968




 An article by John Calloway as seen in the December 13, 1968 Daily Nebraskan, c. 1968.
"Student power," c. 1968