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Campus Unrest / Colgate / Harvard / Radcliffe #203305

CBS Evening News for Monday, Apr 28, 1969
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(Studio) Black students at Colgate end occupation of building Harvard students vote not to resume boycott on Reserve Officers' Training Corps issue.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Cambridge, Massachusetts) Students march to Radcliffe from Harvard protesting punishment of Radcliffe girls for anti-Reserve Officers' Training Corps protest. Demand to meet with Radcliffe President Mary Bunting. [BUNTING - says makes no difference if person put on probation or panel.] Students burst in Bunting's office and try to get rid of television cameras. After group leaves, Bunting discusses students. [BUNTING - says they take a lot of time without doing much about what they're interested in. ]
REPORTER: Adam Raphael

Raphael, Adam;
Reasoner, Harry

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