TITLE

Farewell, Mario Savio--Hello, Delta Mu

AUTHOR(S)
Nelligan, Jeff
PUB. DATE
November 1978
SOURCE
National Review;11/24/78, Vol. 30 Issue 47, p1478
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article focuses on several incidents that illustrate the shift to conservative attitudes and campus concerns of students at Berkeley-based University of California (UC). The majority of students at UC have ceased to direct their attention toward controversial issues and are concentrating instead on campus matters. The rapidly diminishing number of radical groups on campus try to keep Berkeley's leftist tradition alive by attacking University policies. A group of students recently took UC-Berkeley's Chancellor Albert Bowker to court over the misuse of their registration fees for the funding of leftist political groups.
ACCESSION #
6056596

 

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