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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 31 January 1977

COLLAGE Roots- Powerful Novel 2 Create- ACollectfon of Poems 3 Collage Around the World 4 Volume 1 Issue 1 Monday, January 31, 1977

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Moseley has High Hopes for Minority Program [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 31 January 1977

Moseley has High Hopes for Minority Program by Dawn Sutherland I had a conversation with Monroe “Bud" Moseley, Director of Minority Student Programs. Here are a few of his thoughts and views concerning his new position. Q. - After one semester as Director of Minority Student Programs, paint a portrait of what you expect to see and what you want to see happen at Boston College for minority students? A.- I didn’t have too many preconceived notions before I started my job, but I had feelings from my interview that people were frustrated, even though some were committed and willing to get things done. Once I arrived I saw that there were many more diverted opinions being expressed by the student body. I also tried to learn more about the administration and find out how they felt about the program, to see who was interested in improving the qualities of life for minority students on the Boston College campus. Most of the administrators were co-operative and willing to work to improve con...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
African Holiday Celebrated [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 31 January 1977

African Holiday Celebrated by Doxie McCoy Despite inactivity of our black student organization, changes in our admissions programs and a general lack of positive attitudes among minority students, the 1976 edition of Kwanza was indeed a success. Overseen by Dawn Sutherland and Alice McCrory, the activities took place December 3,4, and 5. They were guided and supported by Bud Moseley, Director of Minority Student Programs. Kwanza is an African holiday comparable to Christmas, when the coming of the first harvest is celebrated. The actual word means “first fruiis.” The festivities were opened by a disco in the “Wick.” Although the weather on the outside was near freezing that Friday night, many came out to form a “nice crowd” to celebrate the occasion. Those who managed to tackle a few steps and hills the next day received a real treat in the Resident Student Lounge. They were entertained by a jubilant African dance troupe from Hartford, Connecticut called S.A.N.D. From 2-8 pm the day...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Davis Traces Blacks in USA [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 31 January 1977

Davis Traces Blacks in USA by Kenniah Samuel During the month of October, the black student population of Boston College gathered in Higgins Auditorium to listen to veteran, director, writer, and actor of stage film, television and now radio, Mr. Ossie Davis. Mr. Davis, dramatized in a very prolific and professional manner a protrait tracing the historical development of the black race in America, reflecting on various stages in our history which have given rise to our distinctive heritage and culture in America. Mr. Davis centered his critical analysis around Black College students allowing us not to forget, how we got to Boston College, and what is expected of us while we are here and when we depart. He believes that we have an obligation and responsibility to our black communities. It is the manner in which we will remain on the battle field for our people who are locked up in jails, and for those who have not been as fortunate as us to attend college and people who have fought a...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 1 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 31 January 1977
Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 31 January 1977

COLLAGE Deborah Carter and Ursula Chase were winners of the Name That Newspaper Contest. Here is the theme of the title COLLAGE: The name we chose for the Minority Students newspaper is COLLAGE. We feel this is an appropriate name because although as Minorities we are one as people of different ethnic backgrounds,we are all distinct. A collage is a picture made up of different pictures all saying something different from the other, but when brought together they transform into the same message.

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Career Planning Goes With Education [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 31 January 1977

Career Planning Goes With Education by Bonita Grose In case you don't know, Sandra L. Crump], Staff Psychologist of the University Counseling Services, is available to meet personally with students with appointments. Mrs. Crump, the replacement for Gloria Blue, is new to Boston College. Here since October, 1976, she has many positive ideas concerning the direction in which she would like to see students take while attending any university or educational institution. Mrs. Crump outlined some of her ideas in a very enlightening meeting we had. Mrs. Crump feels that career planning is a developmental process which takes place over a period of time. Translation: the question. “What are my plans after graduation?” should be investigated before your senior year in college. She considers career planning an educational experience which requires you to be an active participant. Here are activities you might enjoy as you explore your career interest over the next years: Freshmen - career expl...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Ivy Weekend – Good Times [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 31 January 1977

Ivy Weekend - Good Times by Renee Wright and Lisa Harris The Afro-American Cultural Center proudly presented it’s 3rd Annual Black Cabaret weekend November 5 through 7. Try to imagine a finger licking, soul food dinner on a Friday night, set in the proper atmosphere to enjoy it, with good music and company. Well, that’s exactly what took place at Yale University on their annual black weekend. The menu consisted of crispy southern fried chicken, spareribs, mouth-watering sweet potatoes, fresh collard greens and delicious corn on the cob. Also there was tasty cornbread and apple and peach pies. Following the feast was a disco-dance, which was truly a foot-stomping affair. The atmosphere was mellow with music ranging from Jute, to Soul, to Disco. The music was enough to make you want to stay forever. The Yale Black Cultural Committee spared no expense, in making the third annual Black weekend a memorable one. The director of the AfroAmerican Center is Khalid who happens to be the major...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Gregory Addresses Students [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 31 January 1977

Gregory Addresses Students by Doxie McCoy Political activist and comedian Dick Gregory said the key to determining one's own destiny is in understanding. On December 13, 1976 at 8 pm he spoke to a crowded Boston University Morse Auditorium. He commented, “It’s not enough to understand trigonometry, history and philosophy, you must understand yourself.” He pronounced we must understand that our foe is not a group of white racist people but a white racist system. This system runs rampant in our universities and schools that we are a part of. He believes that the system produces racist mentalities in people of all races. He used one example. 90% of blacks killed are killed by -blacks. Why? Because mentalities of black people cause them to hate the same things white people hate. As long as this mentality exists we can be tricked. Touching his serious words of wisdom with words of laughter, he observed that students don’t realize their strengths on campuses and in the communities. He cha...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Review ROOTS [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 31 January 1977

Review ROOTS Daryl Logan By now you’ve probably seen the last episode of Roots, which aired eight consecutive nights from January 23-30, on ABC-TV. Roots is a powerful and exciting novel,which is destined to be one of the great American literary classics. Roots is one of the first tastefully written historical accounts of blacks in Africa and America during slavery. Roots delves into the aspects of slavery that most American authors shy away from. Haley was able to transform emotion into words that everyone can understand. The novel by Haley is exactly right for today, but the television version is premature. In its futile attempt to re-create the story of Roots, ABC-TV left much to be desired. The dominant theme Haley tries to bring out in his novel is the strong cultural ties blacks have with Africa and each other. In the television version, most of the ties and rituals were de-emphasized. The television version seemed much too peroccupied with telling the basic Story in the eight...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Retreat Sets New Directions [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 31 January 1977

Retreat Sets New Directions by Kenniaah Samuel Last semester a group of concerned black students, along with the new director of Minority Student Programs, Monroe Moseley, boarded a bus from Gasson Hall to a resort in Mashpee, Mass., to hold an organizational retreat. The purpose of the retreat was to pull together and set new direction for the minority student body, since the revamping of the Black Talent Program had been landed. There were five workshops, (admissions, support services, communications, development and the Black Student Forum), at the retreat. The purpose of each workshop was to give attention to a variety of concerns in its area and to discuss the effects those issues had on minority students. In analyzing the status at that time, many workshops the first day became centers of chaos and confusion in attempting to throw away the old principles and build new ones, as change is inevitable and challenges must cater to what the situation demands. Thanks to the experienc...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Black Love Means BSF and YOU [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 31 January 1977

Black Love Means BSF and YOU by Pamoja Tutashinda Black Student Forum is you. Yes you, who do not have any time to attend a meeting, to join a committee, to partake and build a Black student community on BC's campus. Why isn’t there any identifying force for Black people on this campus to merge towards? Because we are too busy complaining that no one else is out there doing itlThe energy we spend on complaining should be used towards building. The Black man in this country is not w here he is today because all of the slaves got together and revolted. Each individual struggled for progress towards a common goal. On each plantation, in each little shanty. Black women and men communicated, put their energy together and struggled! We do not need a multitude of Black people on this campus coming together to say: Yes, there is Black unity, we only need you. It is hard to deal with this environment as a student coming from home where family and life-long friends reside. Asa Black student i...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
CREATE [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 31 January 1977

CREATE Kime Holman Doxie McCoy Althea Purnell Pamoja Tutashinda Renee Wright Kime Holman So you thought I wrote you a poem. Well the fact remains that I did write you a poem; I am a poem listen to my rhyme understand my comprehension of time. I am a poem listen to my projections of the future . So you thought I wrote you a poem. Well the fact remains that I did write you a poem; 1 am a poem listen to my rhyme understand my comprehension of timi I am a poem listen to my projections of the future and my reminiscence of past times. I am a poem understand my spontaneous emotion. You are my visions so that's why I had to write you a poem. Humans, Not Things It’s that time again Sororities\and Fraternities When some people forget PEOPLE A nd Treat them like things. Think, is it all worth it Humiliation and Degradation Does it really help, or Disturb the situation? And when you sport those colors. Whatever they may be Wouldn't it be nice To say others thought twice And remembered you were ...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 31 January 1977
Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 31 January 1977

EDITOR’S NOTE Congratulations on the first edition of your minority newspaper! Over the yearslblacks and other minorities have seen and experienced many changes at Boston College. One aspect of those changes involved the source of communication. Three years ago the Black Talent program published a newsletter, NGOMA. It faded out of the scene due to lack of support. Another newsletter was attempted called BLACK NEWS. Again this effort failed. To bring us up to date, another attempt is being made to provide information to the minority community. This effort is more than just a newsletter and hopes to fill the gap of communication. All are invited to contribute and offer input concerning the newspaper. Let’s take pride in our newspaper so that it won’t become another failure. c# v :# c® v w COLLAGE STAFF Editor- Doxie McCoy Co-Editor- Daryl Logan Lenez McGhee Renee Wright Odalis Gonzales Alice McCrory Althea Purnell Kenniaah Samuel Myra Rodriguez Photos by Derrick Garrett

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 31 January 1977
Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 31 January 1977

COLLAGE IS FOR ALL MINO All Minorities are invited We need writers, photograph WE NEED IDI Show ns your ©real News' Copy Features Suorts Attention ★ A ★ A free typing course is being offered on the Newton Campus, Wednesdays, 7:15-8:15 p.m. in Keyes North. You must provide your own typewriter. For more information contact you R.A. Act Black History W weekend are comi Our organizations Minority Program Biacl Committees Communication Academics Admissions Cultural Development Come to Gasson 104 Uailv Ma« Collage Around t Saturday, November 6, 1976, Benjamin L. the Federal Communications Commission, wj ecutive director of the National Association Colored People by its national board. Asa lawyer, banker, minister and long ti Hooks seems amply qualified to fill the positii of Memphis, Tennessee was excited and pleas' As far as immediate goals are concerned, he p Outgoing executive director, Roy Wilkins, since 1955, will step down in favor of a pol NAACP. A black woman was crowned “Miss Wor...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 31 January 1977

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Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 7 March 1977

COLLAGE An Exchange Experience at Fisk 2 BC Production of Purlie 3 Letters To COLLAGE 4 Volume 1 Issue 2 Monday, March 7, 1977

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Alex Haley Tells The Story of Roots [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 7 March 1977

Alex Haley Tells The Story of Roots By Doreen L Cook On Feb. 21 at 7:30 pm in Crampton Auditorium, Howard University, Washington, D.C., the Project Awareness Speaker Series of the Liberal Arts Council presented Alex Haley, famed author of the novel, ROOTS. Haley explained in his own words how Roots came to be: It all started in a small town 50 miles north of Memphis, Tenn., where young Alex lived with his grandmother. Haley remembers, “Grandma would often invite some of my aunts over and they would talk about the same thing, which was the history of the family. They would look down at me and say, ‘Why I wasn’t no bigger than this one here!’”That statement made Haley realize that the story went a long way back. “My aunts would always go back as far as Master John Whaler’s slave whom they referred to as “The African,” Kunta Kinte. They said Kunta Kinte escaped four times, and the fourth time, he got his foot cut off. Kunta Kinte would always teach his daughter, Kizzy, African words su...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
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