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Third World Politics Should Remain At BC [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 21 March 1977

Third World Politics Should Remain At BC —Luke F. Blaize The following is an open letter to Father Monan, the Boston College Administration, and the Political Science Department. The denial of tenure to Assistant Political Science Professor Edward S. Milenky is bringing passionate criticism of both the University Administration and the Political Science Department from graduates and undergraduates alike. And according to those who describe themselves as students for Milenky, the Assistant Professor is clearly a victim of what The Heights calls “power politics.” Referring to Milenky’s record - an impressive one- those concerned about the Professor’s plight say he has fulfilled the requirements for tenure, the three main requirements being: academic achievement, teaching ability, and service to the University. Since academic achievement refers to publication, a survey in that area reveals the fact that Milenky has an excellent publication record. He has been published in one of the wo...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Notes From Hut’s Hangout [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 21 March 1977

Notes From Hut’s Hangout by Joe Hudson Good morning! Bud Moseley's favorite breakfast is two scrambled eggs, a pot of hot grits, toast and fresh salmon. Congratulations to Bob Watts for being selected as one of the number one players at his position (linebacker) in the country. Bob had an outstanding season this year and you can bet he will be some lucky team’s number one draft pick. The pro football scouts won’t be forgetting about Byron Hemingway or the D.A. - Dave Almeida, either. Both have super potential and could play for anyone. This column would like to welcome new BC head basketball coach Tom Daves. The fans at BC are ready for more glory years of basketball. The word has it that BC sophomore guard Ernie Cobb is being considered the next Phil Ford of the East. Cobb has great potential and should reach All-American status before leaving BC in May of 1979. As the NCAA’s “March Madness” continues you can look forward to a UCLA and Michigan Final at the Omni in Atlanta later th...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Time For Hispanics To Make A Move [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 21 March 1977

Time For Hispanics To Make A Move by Odalis Gonzalez Last December Dania Lopez was hired as one of four assistant directors employed by he Admissions Office. Originally from Cuba, Dania has been residing in Boston for the last sixteen years. She is a 1976 graduate of the Boston College School of Education, with a BS in Education. While in Boston College, Dania was vice-president of La Union Latina during her sophmore year. For Dania, La Union Latina represented an affirmation for her self-awareness as a | hispanic student at Boston College. Through this organization, she and her fellow students could maintain 1 their Hispanic identities and also make their presence felt on the : Boston College campus. Dania ! Lopez expressed that as a minority having to deal with people of a different backround and economic class was a puzzling and isolating experience. As Assistant Director of Admissions, her job is to select the new incoming freshman classes to Boston College. Her job requires her...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
From The Editor’s Desk [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 21 March 1977

From The Editor’s Desk Notes from the Editor’s Desk... Like Floyd McCrory says, don’t let good opportunities go by without taking advantage of them. Minority Mini Career Expo is for you to use to your benefit... You can possibly benefit from voting in the UGBC presidential election Wednesday and Thursday. Only two days left to make the candidates respond to y0u...1f the Black Talent Program had an 80% drop-out rate there would not be enough of us to have a Minority Student Program, or a Fenwick Dormitory, or a Collage. There would not be anyone around. Let’s get the facts straight and present them clearly... Seniors should definitely check out the upcoming meeting. Many dynamite activities for senior week are being planned...“ Expansion” is still around, Mondays, 6:30-7:30, on WZBC 90.3 FM. Hostess Tracy Jenkins has some good listening in store... Have you visited the Black Student Forum Office lately? It has taken on anew look. See for yourself, McElroy 116. Congratulations on a su...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 21 March 1977
Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 21 March 1977

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Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 21 March 1977
Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 21 March 1977

Attention Attention Attention Black Student Forum; membership cards are now available in the BSF office. The price of the membership card is $2.00 for ; juniors, sophomores, and freshmen;. 50 cents for seniors. The cards' entitle you to a discount on the events which the forum sponsor and are valid throughout next year. Brothers and Sisters-Project Umoja, Imani, Ujima (meaning) Unity, Faith in Collective work and responsibility presents; The Back to Africa Movement for the summer of ’77.We are looking for proud, strong, hardworking, dedicated brothers and sisters who would like to volunteer their summer, strength' and their blackness to a cultural cause, Africa. Project U.I.U will be working in the rural areas of Ghana, West Africa building health centers and schools with other black people from England, the West Indies, and Africa for five weeks. Then for three weeks we will travel to Upper Volta, Mali, Togo and Dahomey. Project Umoja, Imani, Ujima’s mission is to unify African Ame...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 21 March 1977

Donald Byrd & The Blackbyrds The Tufts concert board invites you to party with one of today’s hottest R&B acts: Donald Byrd and The Blackbyrds. There will be two shows on March 31,8 and 11 pm at Cohen Auditorium, Tufts University. Tickets are on sale at Strawberries and Out-of-Town. Prices are $6.00 and $6.50.

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 18 April 1977

COLLAGE Black Studies Issues Literary Review C-2 Mini Expo: A Success C-3 Black Student Forum Sponsors Parents Weekend €-2 Volume I Issue 4 The Minority Voice of Boston College Monday, April 18, 1977

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Chisholm Speaks [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 18 April 1977

Chisholm Speaks by Luke F. Blaize Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm recently reminded America that the nation has a hunger problem on its hands, while it goes abroad allegedly trying to feed the rest of the world. “Hunger is a major problem of this country...and our leaders have failed to describe hunger as a primary concern,” Congresswoman Chisholm said. The outspoken, unbought and unbossed congresswoman who contested the 1972 Democratic Presidential Primaries addressed a small audience on the problems of hunger at home and abroad. Her appearance at BC was through the efforts of the Minority Students and Chaplain’s offices. Because American leaders have failed to describe hunger as a major problem, Mrs. Chisholm apparently saw no need to appeal to them. Rather, during what was described as a moving moment, Mrs. Chisholm made a passionate plea to h«r youthful audience to demonstrate once again their organizational zeal and fervour, to end hunger in America. “Just as you organized yours...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Fenwick to be Fully Integregated [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 18 April 1977

Fenwick to be Fully Integregated by Daryl Logan I am sure many of you have heard the rumors that Fenwick Hall, located on the upper campus of Boston College, will become racially integrated by floor, effective next school year. At this point I would like to verify those rumors. The Housing Office, in compliance with federal laws, has opened Fenwick Hall to racially mixed habitation. This means that Fenwick, which for the last seven years has been habitated by predominately black students, male and female, on the second and third floors, will be racially mixed as the other dormitories. Initially awarded to black stu- dents as orte of the Administration’s concessions during the protest period of the early 70’s, Fenwick has been the focal point for many activities, both social and cultural. In the past, all freshmen that were admitted through the now defunct Black Talent Program, were assigned housing in Fenwick. Because of this many Black Talent students are very tamiliar with the “Wi...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Cultural Committee Active [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 18 April 1977

Cultural Committee Active by Lenez McGhee Many people gathered at the O'Connell House one Sunday night to celebrate West Indian Night which was sponsored by the Cultural Committee. It was a lively occasion with entertainment provided by the Modern Sounds Steel Orchestra, a group of creative and gifted young men, Caribbean dancers from the Elma Lewis School of Fine Arts, Limbo dancer. Sharleen Burns and poetry selections by sophomore Kime Holman. Aside from being absorbed in the music and entertainment, those attending the celebration found themselves consuming flavorous West Indian food which was actually prepared by a native Trinidadian. Another successful event planned and presented by the Cultural Committee was a lecture by the famed Communist leader and speaker Angela Davis. The committee was pleased and appreciative to those who attended the event which was held in Roberts Center. Angela Davis and West Indian night, as well as cosponsorship of guest lecturer Shirley Chisholm, a...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Breakthrough to Cursing Aids Minorities [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 18 April 1977

Breakthrough to Cursing Aids Minorities by Alice McCrory There are a number of problems which confront minority students at predominately all white higher educational institutions. Many of the problems which beset minorities depend on the area of study which they choose to enter. The School of Nursing has been known to give students a hard time on an academic basis. Because of this a program entitled “Breakthrough to Nursing” was established. The Breakthrough to Nursing program is a national subsidary project of the National Student Nurses Association. It is a program geared towards the recruitment of students of minority background into the study of nursing as a profession. Breakthrough is composed of what is known as “target areas.” The target areas are centered around the country. Each target area is held responsible for certain duties and obligations. The minority nursing students at Boston College have been the central point for nursing students in the Massachusetts area. At th...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Parents Weekend Upcoming [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 18 April 1977

Parents Weekend Upcoming by Doreen L. Cook The Black Student Forum is sponsoring the annual Black Parent’s Weekend, which will be held from April 22 through April 24, 1977. The co-cordiantors of this spring affair are Kenniaah Samuels, Terrence Gibel and Hubert “Skip” Strayhorn. Various committees have been formulated and activated by the coordinators and they are as follows, including the Co-ordinators: FASHION SHOW COMMITTEE- Co-ordinators: Kim Wilson and Diane Needley. Last Friday, March 25, fifty applications were distributed for fashion show models and thirty-one responses were received. FOOD COM M ITTEE-Co-ordinators: Dawn Sutherland, JoAnn Gibau, and Vernell Maker. No definite food menues have been voted upon as of yet. Doxie McCoy is Coordinator of the WOMEN'S PROGRAM. This program will I include Attorney Margaret Burnham speaking, dancers, music and poetry recital. Lastly, the Black Student Forum is responsible for the publicity. Reverand McClain, Black Studies professor, h...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Literary Review [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 18 April 1977

Literary Review by Odalis Gonzalez The Black Studies Program of Boston College which is responsible for maintaining the Black Studies library, recruiting black faculty members, and instigating black study courses will be issuing a Literary Review Magazine tentatively at the beginning of May. The first Literary Review was published by Black Studies in the early 1970’5; however, last year it was not published because of the lack of monetary assistance from the University. The 1977 Literary Review is the second volume of the artistic collection of black students on the Boston College campus. This year there are eight members composing the Literary Review staff. They are as follows: Joceling Gant, faculty advisor, Luke F. Blaize, Brenda Boler, Eric Duncanson, Francis L. M. King, Catherine M. Sanders, Anthony E. Roberts and Leon Robinson, Jr. The Committee composing the Literary Review this year has had limited experience in this area but with the combined efforts of all its members they...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
From the Editors Desk [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 18 April 1977

From the Editors Desk Have you heard about the latest theft? Fenwick dormitory is going to be fully integrated next year. What will they take next? Integration is fine and we don’t want to be reactionary but Fenwick has been a fine tradition at Boston College since 1972 when black students decided that they wanted it. Fenwick has given a sense of security to black students. We are in such sparse numbers at BC and the dormitory was a meeting place. Upperclassmen would have the chance to meet the new freshmen at Fenwick and students gathered there. Will the University ever give us a Black House to carry on matters? Is this a divide and conquer tactic being used? Fenwick residents are not complaining that they don't want to live in a predominately black dormitory; they are complaining about it’s conditions, though. Imagine if a member of a resident's family died and they did not have a personal phone. They certainly could not be contacted in Fenwick other than by way of the RA’s phone....

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Angela Davis is Alive and Well [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 18 April 1977

Angela Davis is Alive and Well by Daryl A. Logan Thursday, March 22, 1977 the UGBC Cultural Committee proudly presented Ms. Angela Davis, the popular civil rights activist and speaker. A good size crowd was on hand, despite the inclement weather, to hear Ms. Davis speak. Davis is presently making a series of lectures sponsored by the National Alliance Against Racism and Political Repression. Addressing the audience with the fervor and intensity that only she has, Davis spoke of both racial and political topics. She cited various instances of racial and political oppression in this country. She also cited the importance of student participation in university affairs and the power they have over the university administration as a collective body. She stated further that universities on a large scale are trying to phase out college movements and minimize student input into administrative affairs. She cited as an example, the attempt by the administrative body of Kent State University t...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Students Visit BC [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 18 April 1977

Students Visit BC by Maura Rodriguez During the weekend of April 1, five minority students from the greater New York metropolitan area came eagerly to Boston College. Driven by John DeVaux. a member of the admissions committee, the four and a half hour ride did not even dampen their spirits, but served to enhance their curiosities and excitement. Upon their arrival, they were greeted warmly by Dania Lopez and Evelina Higgenbottom and also students who would later help the newcomers to orientate themselves to the ways of Boston College. These students had the opportunity of sitting in on lecture classes, which were quite different from what they were accustomed to in high school. Afterwards, they quickly filed into the cafeteria in McElroy Commons, where they sat and chatted with several of the students. Following this, they were shown all of the ‘sights’, of BC, and even had the chance to ride on the mini bus. They then returned to meet Dania and Evelina, (who are both assistant dir...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
ATTENTION ATTENTION THE BLACK STUDENT FORUM PRESENTS THEIR ANNUAL BLACK PARENTS WEEKEND APRIL 22-24, 1977 [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 18 April 1977

ATTENTION ATTENTION THE BLACK STUDENT FORUM PRESENTS THEIR ANNUAL BLACK PARENTS WEEKEND APRIL 22-24, 1977 Attention Parents Weekend Workers: You must be in the Rathskellar 6:00 am, Sunday, April 24 to prepare the delicious feast for you and your parents. Any students desiring to help, do contact Dawn Sutherland, she needs your support. Messages from the Minority Office Applications for freshmen assistants and resident assistants for the Minority Student Program's Freshmen Summer Orientation will available April 22. The deadline for submitting them is April 29. Decisions will be posted May 2. Attention Students of African, Hispanic, and Asian Descent: on Wednesday, April 20, 1977 in Fulton 200, there will be a meeting on Minority student programs. We will discuss the following issues: summer orientation, summer workstudy, COLLAGE, and tutorial support services. There will also be a report from the Director on the Program. If you would like to speak out on any issue this is your chanc...

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