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Underground Student Newspapers (Microfilm), 1967-1969.
1967-1969
  
Accession Number: 2002.187.
  
Extent: 0.5 linear feet + 1 reel
  
Abstract: Collection of three underground student newspapers: The Gadfly, Avante and White Rabbit published as alternatives to the Capaha Arrow. The goal of these papers was to foster student discussion on current issues; featured articles are about problems at Southeast Missouri State University and political issues of the day.
  
Processed by: Amber McPherson, August 2007
  
Repository: Special Collections and Archives, Southeast Missouri State University
Phone: (573) 651-2245; Fax: (573) 651-2666; Email: semoarchives@semo.edu
  
Citation: The Gadfly, Special Collections and Archives, Southeast Missouri State University
  
Restrictions: None
  
Other Relevant Collections:
Capaha Arrow
  
Historical Note
  
The Gadfly was an underground (unofficial) student newspaper first published in March 1967 as an alternative to the Capaha Arrow on Southeast Missouri State College’s Campus.
  
Scope and Content Note
  
The Gadfly was an underground student newspaper first published in March 1967 as an alternative to the Capaha Arrow. The goal of the paper was to foster student discussion on current issues; featured articles are about problems at Southeast Missouri State University and political issues of the day. In addition to The Gadfly, there are two other underground student newspapers, Avante and White Rabbit, which also look at issues in the University community as well as the political scene at large.




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