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Office Space [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 10 October 1977

Office Space by Daniel Vargas In the last few years, members of Union Latina have been strongly concerned with its existence here at Boston College. We are a group of organized Latin students who wish to share our experience with those who are concerned. Anyone wishing to share their ideas with us are encouraged to do so. In becoming anew chapter, students are very concerned with the issue of office space. It is urgent that those individuals who to help on this matter get involved in order that we may work as a unit for our cause. For further information please call Daniel Vargas or Maria Roman (969-0100 extension 3358). We are eagerly awaiting your call!

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Delta Sigma Theta [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 10 October 1977

Delta Sigma Theta Delta Sigma Theta Sorority (lota Chapter), a public service organization of Black women matriculating in the Boston area is sponsoring a 'Black College Night’. The sorority has invited several representatives of credible colleges to come and speak in behalf of their institution to interested high school seniors. Black College Night will take place Friday, October 28, 1977 at Boston University’s Hayden Hall, from 7:00 - 10:00 p.m.

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 2 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 10 October 1977
Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 10 October 1977

Union Latina The Latin Alliance of Boston College

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
CREATE Colores [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 10 October 1977

CREATE Colores Catherine Sanders Anthony E. Roberts Daniel A. Vargas Maria Roman Grow My Child of Color It is up to you my child, to plant the seeds of self-determination, that will bear the fruits of progression. Grow, My'Child of Color It is up to you my child, to plant the seeds of freedom, within the soils of America. Harvest My Child of Darkness. It is up to you my child. to release the boat of discrimination from its dock and sail it down the river of equality. Sail, My Child of Ebony Color, in the winds of positivity. Yet never swaying in a negative direction. It is up to you my child to grasp the kite of unity and to fly it high, never releasing it. Fly it high to unknown levels of conciousness and awareness. It is up to you My Child of Color. Black Progress We the Black People, never had it easy. We're always gonna continue to be busy. We have goals out hopes and dreams. That’s why Black society must take action about Black problems, so we can be heard we shall scream. Sist...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
From The Editors Desk [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 10 October 1977

From The Editors Desk Ihe College staff is pleased to present you with our paper for the second time around. Hopefully you were a part of our readership in our founding year (last year), but if you weren’t, we welcome you this year with open arms! What is Collage? Collage is a student newspaper serving as the Minority voice of Boston College. It is a unique medium of news in that it is produced largely by and about minorities. Although we work with appretiation and in cooperation with The Heights, we are an independant paper; The Heights and Collage are not related. Our goal is to serve as a unifying bond among minorities by a means of dispersing relevant and interesting news throughout the BC community as well as other neighboring college campuses. We refuse to limit ourselves, to the BC community or to minorities. We do not discriminate and welcome all readers! Collage is not my newspaper; it is ours. It is for this reason that I encourage and urge you, the students to get involve...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Letters From Students to Students Letters reader’s forum Dope and Dogfood or Realism [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 10 October 1977

Letters From Students to Students Letters reader’s forum Dope and Dogfood or Realism by Wm. Calvin Anderson Jhofe On behalf of the Black Talent Program, classes of 1978 to 1980, I would like to welcome the AfricanAmerican class of 1981 to the university, and to the educational metropolis of Boston. With pending threats to minority education across the nation on the collegiate level (the reverse dis- crimination issues of affirmative action), and on the grade and high school level, the politics exemplified in the Boston School System have been a great concern to minority students. The African-American student body of Boston College realizing itself an extension of the minority communities across the nation has been about the issue of “Grasping the Future,” so to speak, with respect to utilizing our educational livelihood as an opportunity to build through learning. Keeping in mind that the presence of minority students (in some instances, 10% of the college communities) is the result...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Greetings Brothers and Sisters [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 10 October 1977

Greetings Brothers and Sisters Greetings Brothers and Sisters, For those of you who are not familiar with Black Studies, let me take this time to acquaint you with the Boston College Black Studies Program. Black Studies is a student run academic organization, working with the goal of establishing a liberal arts education from the Black American, Caribbean, and African perspectives. Presently, our program sponsers ten courses, and maintains a small library. However, we lack one major component - STUDENT SUPPORT. The goal of Black Studies, is expansion but expansion takes time, effort, and fresh ideas. Black Studies needsyour support, not only verbally i.e., “Yea, I’m down for Black Studies,” but physically and mentally. Come in and volunteer your help, offer ideas, get involved! Black Studies at Boston College can be a platform for change in the current system. We are now forming a Black Studies Advisory Board, which will be composed of Boston College faculty, administration, and stu...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
WHERE HAS ALL THE BLACKNESS GONE? [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 10 October 1977

WHERE HAS ALL THE BLACKNESS GONE? by Angela Price Where has all the Blackness gone? What has happened to the Black Student Movement on Boston College campus? The late sixties and early seventies brought black students to Boston College. These students fought to be admitted and once admitted staged an all or nothing war with the Boston College administration, demanding black courses to be taught and equality in student affairs on campus. The administration complied and met the demands but only after a series of student demonstrations staged by the stu-' dents. Those days of black relevance on Boston College campus are gone. The black programs that were demanded so fervently are gone. Black students have sought to fade into the Boston College community instead of stand out as a striving black student body relevant to the Boston College Community. Black students today tend to seek other images and histories that do not relate to the African heritage them of the black students of the si...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 10 October 1977
Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 10 October 1977

WouldY oußelie ve ... that Boston College is enrolling two donkeys in October at the cost of $600.00 ... that the surgeon general smokes . . that beginning this year, birds will fly north for the winter ... that the Boston College Eagles are becoming extinct . . . that RRCWJ doesn't know the menaing of ‘There’s no place like home’ . . . that Washington D.C. produced the finest freshmen women this year . . . that no one wants to meet the candidates . . . that Fenwick has been w hite washed . . . that the Klu Klux Klan have organized on BC’s campus under an alias name; ‘The Dixes' . . . that BC’s meal plan is pointless .... that the Omega men are having a ball at Kix. I MINI EXPO IS COMING! The Mini-Expo will be coining in December. Further notice will be posted later. For more info, contact Cathy Defreitas or Eva Boyce in the Career Planning & Placement Office Critique Sheet 1. The section(s) in Collage needing most Improve ment is(are); 2. If there were a section in Coll...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 10 October 1977

Calling black people Calling all black people, man-woman-child Wherever you are, calling you, urgent, come in Black People, come in, wherever you are, urgent calling you, calling black people calling all black people, come in, black people, come on in. ★ The Black Studies LIBRARY will be open on MONDAY’S from 12pm-10pm TUESDAY’S from 10am -6pm WEDNESDAY’S from 10am -6pm THURSDAY’S from 10am-10pm FRIDAY’S from 10am -9pm it ( COLLAGE! \ COLLAGE! COLLAGE! staff editor-in-ehief Lenez McGhee managing editor Daryl Logan news editor Doreen Cook Alice McCrory Mayra Rodriguez photos by Ted Porter

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

COLLAGE The Minority Voice of Boston College Black Studies Redesigned 2 Jones Visits BC 2 Create 3 Volume 11, Issue 11 October 31, 1977

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Minority Appointment to Admissions [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 31 October 1977

Minority Appointment to Admissions by Alice McCrory Boston College is under the process of recruiting minorities to fill and sustain various positions of both faculty and administration. One of the newer Minority faces on Boston College’s campus can be found in the Admissions office. His name is Tyronne Smith, and his job is Assistant Director of Admissions for Boston College. His qualifications speak for themselves. In terms of education, Mr. Smith attended Assumption undergraduate in Worcester. There he successfully completed a major of English. From there he worked his way west to the University of Massachusetts (Amherst) where he obtained his Masters Degree in Education and Administration. Presently, Mr. Smith is busy working on his PHD at Harvard University. Before coming to Boston College, Smith travelled throughout Central and South America. He has worked as a Sales Manager for SEPIA International Travel. His past also includes having served as an instructor of English Educat...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
James Earl Jones Portrays Life of Robeson [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 31 October 1977

James Earl Jones Portrays Life of Robeson by Alice McCrory For the past two weeks the play Paul Robeson has been appearing at the Colonial Theatre in Boston. The two-man cast stars James Earl Jones, portraying Paul Robeson, and Burt Wallace as Lawrence Brown, Jones’s musical assistant. The play involves the life story of Paul Robeson, beginning with his younger life and working toward the later part of his adult years. James Earl Jones relived the life of Paul Robeson. Robeson can actually be seen on stage through James Earl Jones. That is to say, that Jones brings Robeson to life and places his audience in a state of temporary astonishment. His acting is so well characterized that to forget that it is not actually Robeson himself on stage would not be unusual. This two and-a-half hour biography evolves around the child, teenager, and adult life of Paul Robeson. It expressively reveals the trials and tribulations which Robeson encountered during his life. Of course, not all the hono...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Black Studies Anew [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 31 October 1977

Black Studies Anew by Luke F. Blaize All eyes are on Boston College's Black Studies Program. The future success or failure of the program may result in the accredition or discredit of a Council that will determine the fate of the Black Studies Program on this campus. Apparently, the Council has solid ground on which to start working. For, according to Dr. John Harrison, Associate Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences, “Black Studies has a bright future” here. In a recent “Expansions” radio interview with Harrison, the Associate Dean agreed that the Advisory Council, of which he is chairman, will give much political and administrative thought in BC affairs. Specifically, the Council, named Black Studies Advisory Council, will function mainly in such areas that will reflect its members experiences. “The Advisory Board was established to provide the benefit of experience of several faculty members on this campus,” Harrison said. But the composition of the Board does not seem geared t...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
King Optimistic About Minority Affairs [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 31 October 1977

King Optimistic About Minority Affairs by Lenez McGhee Late in the month of September, Francis (Toby) King, a member of the class of ’79 and a political science major, was appointed to the UGBC cabinet as the Executive Assistant of Minority Affairs. The appointment was made by President Paul Murphy along with his Vice President, Gerald Urbaniak. King’s appointment was made after a review of applications for this particular position. Having been created just last year, under the administration of lacobucci, this is the second year of the existence for the Minority Affairs Committee (it was previously the Minority Caucus.) Although the committee name is the same as last year. King has different expectations for how it will function. He is seeking to provide for worthwhile activities, and fullfil minority needs, thereby serving the minority community on the whole. Although the committee was instituted last year, King presently finds himself in the midst of laying the groundwork for it ...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Guess Who Came to Dinner [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 31 October 1977

Guess Who Came to Dinner by Doreen L. Cook & David Foster Charlotte Gail Jefferson, a BC sophomore, wrote James Earl Jones a letter, last Wednesday, to invite him to dinner at her apartment in the Reservoir 127 W. Mr. Jones arrived at her apartment at exactly 11:45 p.m., after his performance Wednesday night (Oct. 26) at the Colonial Theatre where he starred in the play “Paul Robeson.” After he took one bite of Gail's delicious meal, he sat back and said, “Uhm, uhm, I have got to sit back and enjoy this!” During his dinner, he spoke of his career, the theatre, and he inquired about the college of today. He then proceeded to talk about “everything" under the very relaxed atmosphere. Gail found it to be a very friendly and personal evening. Debbi Jenkins, LeNay Harper, Robin Travares, Renee Griffin, and Russel Cox were also included in the night's events. After dinner, they found James Earl Jones to be “a very down to earth person and extremely nice.” According to Gail, De...

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

CREATE Heritage My father died young in life leaving me a heritage of Dimples and bright smiles His old books from technical school that I touch sometimes and try to feel him through I talk to the old folks who knew him from when he was a boy. they say I'm the spitting image of him Sometimes I get lonesome trying to imagine what a father's touch, or love feel like and I'll look into the mirror at his "spitting image" and cry because I miss him Angela Price Naked Eyes Young blood can't you see What it means to understand where I'm coming from Roots trying to bust loose Identity Red, black and Green I have a dream What did it mean Wise men under the sun. Come, rebirth Daniel A. Vargas Unity Be strong, my brothers and sisters. Jar there is strength in numbers. Be together, for it is a key that can bind our hearts and minds. Learn front each other, for there is much to gain. Feel for each other, for feeling is the beginning of unity. See as your brother sees. Try to be in accordance wit...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
editorial Reverse Discrimination [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 31 October 1977

editorial Reverse Discrimination Reverse discrimination - what a nebulous term. A term foreign to many of us before the case of Allan Bakke was brought into the public eye. Deeply imbedded in the case of Allan Bakke is the future of affirmative action. Affirmative action is that program devised by the U.S. government to make those that are ‘equal’ in principle, equal in reality. The purpose of affirmative action must be upheld. Reverse discrimination has no foundation. It is based on the fallacy that minorities have achieved equality. This simply is not true. Affirmative action can be the behicle of minorities to move to an equitable position as his white cohort, if implemented to its fullest potential. The hard fact still remains that lingering discrimination on the part of some whites is a major reason why the unemployment rate of blacks is twice that of whites and almost one third of all black families live in poverty. It can easily be said that if it were not for such government...

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