Issue: "Hampton Institute Students Visit W&L"

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Title

Issue: "Hampton Institute Students Visit W&L"

Subject

Black Students, Visiting Students, Cultural Exchange

Description

This February 1964 issue of the Ring-tum Phi is replete with topics covering desegregation at Washington and Lee and the nation at large. In this one issue alone, the Ring-tum Phi covers the Hampton Institute visit, covering the first black students to attend classes at Washington and Lee since John Chavis at Liberty Hall, a member of the Virginia Intercollegiate Press Association urges the W&L community to take their stance on desegregation, and three students alongside one professor attended “The Second American Revolution,” a conference examining the state of the Civil Rights Movement.

Creator

Roger Paine,
Virginia Intercollegiate Press Association,
Tracy Harrington.

Source

Ring-tum Phi

Date

1964-02-11

Rights

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Format

PDF

Language

en_US

Coverage

Lexington(VA)

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Original Format

Newspaper Article

Files

RTP_19640211.pdf

Citation

Roger Paine, Virginia Intercollegiate Press Association, Tracy Harrington. , “Issue: "Hampton Institute Students Visit W&L",” Black General, accessed September 30, 2023, https://blackgeneral.omeka.wlu.edu/items/show/42.