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    • Student Elections, September 1971

    • Stephen F. Austin State University; Political elections; Student movements; Students; Political participation; Political activity; Political campaigns; Political posters; Politics & government
    • Signs on SFA campus urging students to vote in an upcoming student congress election, September 1971.
    • Political Rally

    • Political activity; Political campaigns; Political organizations; Political participation; Politicians; Political parades & rallies
    • Republican rally in Longview, Texas.
    • Yamboree Parade

    • Political activity; Political campaigns; Political organizations; Political participation; Politicians; Political parades & rallies; Floats (Parades);
    • Yamboree Parade in Glimer, Texas.
    • Revelation, Vol. 01, No. 01

    • Students; Stephen F. Austin State University; African Americans; Strikes; Political participation; Student movements; Labor unions; Political activity
    • Revelation is a member of the Free Campus News Service and covers local and national current events. This issue covers: Delano grape strike and the National Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam in New York. Other topics include:...
    • Republican National Convention, 1968

    • Political activity; Political campaigns; Political conventions; Political organizations; Political participation; Politicians;
    • The 1968 Republican National Convention was held in Miami Beach, Florida. Richard Nixon and Spiro Agnew were the nominees.
    • Echo, Vol. 1, No. 1

    • Freedom of speech; Freedom of the press; Korean War; Student organizations; Editorial cartoons; Political issues; Stephen F. Austin State University; Political participation
    • This is an editorial published by The Grand Order of Royal Barristers. Its purpose is to "'echo's the views, ideas and hopes of everyone, to maintain freedom of the press, to aid in furthering the cause of Stephen F. Austin State College, and to...
    • King's Review, No. 08

    • Students; Student organizations; Civil rights; African Americans; Racism; Stephen F. Austin State University; Student movements; Voter registration; Voting; Political activity; Political elections; Political participation;
    • This issue stresses the importance of voting as guaranteed by federal law. It also announces Steve Burgess's analysis of fourteen amendments to State Constitution for ballot November 5. The following are titles of other articles included in this...
    • King's Review, No. 09

    • Students; Student organizations; Civil rights; African Americans; Racism; Stephen F. Austin State University; Political activity; Political elections; Political issues; Political participation
    • First page comments on the Nacogdoches Housing Project, the call for NAACP President Roy Wilkins to resign, and how race plays a in SFA housing. Second page includes a commentary on the 1968 election results and how black students at other Texas...
    • King's Review

    • Students; Student organizations; Civil rights; African Americans; Racism; Stephen F. Austin State University; Student movements; Voter registration; Voting; Political activity; Political elections; Political participation;
    • This issue discusses how the organization was formed. This issue has articles promoting the June 1 voting including the Nacogdoches County Voters' League endorsements. The League provided transportation to the polls and child care while voting. The...
    • King's Review

    • Students; Student organizations; Civil rights; African Americans; Racism; Stephen F. Austin State University; Student movements; Political activity; Political elections; Political participation;
    • This issue announces the King's Men Memorial Banquet and program to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Ray Hall, professor at Bishop College and SFA graduate student, was master of ceremonies. The is an article about the one year anniversary of the...
    • Echo, Vol. 1, No. 2

    • Student organizations; Editorial cartoons; Pacifism; Political issues; Political parties; Political participation; Stephen F. Austin State University; Korean War
    • This is an editorial published by The Grand Order of Royal Barristers. Its purpose is to "'echo' the views, ideas and hopes of everyone, to maintain freedom of the press, to aid in furthering the cause of Stephen F. Austin State College, and to...

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