Print News and Raise Hell: The Daily Tar Heel and the Evolution of a Modern University

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INDEX
Page numbers appearing in italics refer to illustrations.
Abortion, 216, 243, 259
Academic freedom, 217, 235, 297; anti-Communist hysteria and, 124, 130–31, 134; desegregation and, 142–43; Fuller firing and, 217; Poole bill and, 63, 64; Speaker Ban Law and, 195, 196, 197, 203–4; “To His Coy Mistress” incident and, 213, 214
Academic impropriety, 92, 93–97, 95, 301
ACC. See Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC)
Access to information, 286–87, 292, 299–301
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS), 252, 280
Admissions: of African Americans, 1930s, 82, 85–88, 90–92; of African Americans, 1950s, 140, 140–41, 143–44, 146–47; of Jews, 89–90; opinion poll on admitting African Americans, 135; of women, 40–42, 208
Affirmative Action Advisory Committee, 242
African Americans, 38, 87, 126, 135, 295; admissions in 1930s, 82, 85–88, 90–92; admissions in 1950s, 140, 140–41, 143–44, 146– 47; black cultural center and, 269–73, 272–73, 293–94; Black Power Movement and, 216–21; Branson and, 38–39; enrollment counts of, 147, 260, 261, 265, 270; as faculty and administration, 217, 260, 261, 262; food workers strikes and, 219–21, 220–21; fraternities and, 147, 216–17, 260– 61; sexual violence against white females by, 10, 143; Tar Heel attitudes toward, 42–44. See also Black Student Movement (BSM); Civil rights movement; Desegregation; Integration
AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome), 252, 280
Albright, Jane, 244–45
Alderman, Edwin, 37, 40
Alexander, John, 87
Alligator, 162
Allsbrook, Julian, 229–31
Alpha Phi Omega, 245
Alsous, Zaina, 295
Alumni: athletics and, 10, 22, 79, 151, 153, 169, 276; funding UNC and, 60, 149; online DTH and, 292
Amateur status of athletes, 19–20, 22, 75, 79, 154, 156
American Association of College Professors, 130
American Association of Universities, 76
American Communist Party, 124, 125
American Legion, 102, 191–92, 197–98
American Liberty League, 83
American Nazi Party, 102
American Psychiatric Association, 249
American Student Union (ASU), 101–2, 120
Amlong, Bill, 218, 222–23
Anderson, John, 255
Andrews, Ike, 257, 259
Animal House, 253
Anti-Communist hysteria, 191; academic and editorial freedom and, 130–31, 133–34; civil rights movement and, 134–35, 142–43, 181; communists on campus and, 119–24; firing of Robertson and, 125–26; Graham senatorial campaign and, 127–28; McCarthyism and, 127, 128, 129–33; Oppenheimer and, 129–30; Scales and, 120–22, 121, 133; UNC administration and, 120, 124–25, 130, 131
Antihazing campaign, 33–36, 315n44
Anti-Semitism, 89, 136, 282
Antiwar movements: of Vietnam War, 221–22, 223–25, 224; of WWII, 101–4, 103, 120
April Fool’s editions of Daily Tar Heel, 111, 112, 131–33, 132
Aptheker, Herbert, 203–6, 205, 227
Architecture, campus, 51–53, 60, 62, 208–9, 270
Armistice Day, 99, 101
Arrington, Robert Lane, 232
Arrington v. Taylor, 232–35, 233, 260
Asheville Times, 152
Associated Press, 68, 299
Association of Women Students (AWS), 241, 247, 251
Athletic Association: early days of, 7–9, 11, 16, 17; Kenan Stadium and, 141; Tar Heel association with, 17, 24, 54–55; Tar Heel editor selection and, 34–35, 49, 316n48; YMCA and, 16, 28–29

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vi
  • Introduction 1
  • 1- Official Organ of the Athletic Association 1893–1923 6
  • 2- Crack-Brained Professors and Baby Radicals 1923–1941 54
  • 3- The Truth in Eight-Point Type 1941–1959 105
  • 4- Print News and Raise Hell 1959–1971 164
  • 5- A Free Press Must Prevail 1971–1993 232
  • Epilogue- Serving Unc Students and the University Community since 1893 291
  • Acknowledgments 307
  • Photo Credits 311
  • Notes 313
  • Index 335
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