PSU Campus Rap-In #22
"Hi! Welcome to Rap-In, where the grass is greener." Hosted by Dennis Shleifer. Interview: Vicki Walmark and Jim Ness on the Earth Day Teach-In. Humor: Bonanza Sale at the Leopold & Loeb Discount Supermarket for Young Radicals. Editorial by Richard Donin on Spiro Agnew and racist "qualifications" for U.S. colleges and universities. Rap: Gary Fouts, Portland "Rent-A-Street" (twelve-hour parking meters). Dan Wolf, Interview: People Against Nerve Gas (PANG). Rap: Leon Brock on student government, voter apathy, and a new student constitution. Somewhat satirical proposal to revise student governance based on factional arguing and voter apathy. Interview: the PSU Art Committee and curation of art displays in Smith Memorial Center and the White Gallery. Mention of Henk Pander's controversial show at the White Gallery and public complaints. Closing advice: "Take tea and really see. Remember, only one lump."
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