Northwestern University (Evanston, Ill.). University Archives
The Northwestern University Archives, established in 1935, holds material relating to every aspect of Northwestern's history, including non-current official University records, papers of faculty members, and records of student organizations-- as well as publications, photographs, audio-visuals, artifacts, and more. The Archives' holdings are non-circulating, and are open to the public for research and reference.
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract This compilation of clippings, reports, correspondence, and other documents relating to the May, 1968, Black Student Sit-in at Northwestern University provides an overview of the issues, events, and results of the strike.
Abstract This compilation of clippings, reports, flyers, and other documents relates to the student movements between 1978 and 1986 which, in protest of apartheid in South Africa, called for Northwestern to divest from companies with economic ties to South Africa.
Abstract The Student Protests and Strikes Collection consists of diverse materials that document political demonstrations and protests organized by students, spanning from August 1965 through October 1979. Each event included in this collection documents a segment of the history of Northwestern students' political activism.