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Identifier: RG 07/A1c

Abstract: These records from the Rutgers University Office of Media Relations comprise those created and accumulated during the Don Imus controversy, spanning April 4th-May 9th of 2007. The controversy involves Don Imus, a radio talk-show host, and the comments he made during his show concerning the Rutgers University Women's Basketball team after their loss to Tennessee in the NCAA Women's National Championship game. The comments were deemed racist and sexist, and subsequently sparked a heated debate...
Identifier: MC 1397

Scope and Content Note: The personal papers and memorabilia of Frances Barboza-Clark consist of eight series of files dating from 1970 to 2002; the bulk of the collection is from the 1980s. The collection is divided into eight series: Democratic National Convention Files, ERA Files, NOW Middlesex County Files, NOW National Files, NOW-NJ Files, NOW Publications, Subject Files, and Artifacts. Of particular interest is Barboza-Clark's handwritten...
Identifier: NJ010


The New Jersey Regional Zine Collection is composed of various zines, buttons, and stickers made by New Jerseyans and individuals in the tristate area from 2011-present. The collection attempts to document the resurgence and content of alternative media in Do-It-Yourself communities, minority communities, artistic communities, and feminist communities. The collection continues to grow through donations and purchases.

Identifier: R-MC 064


The collection contains correspondence, minutes, newsletters, newspaper clippings, pamphlets, press releases, publicity, and reports related to student activism at Rutgers in the 1980s, specifically the planning and implementation of the National Student Convention in 1988. Additional material includes a small photograph series, several t-shirts, a hat, a banner and several buttons pertaining to the issues student activists were addressing at this time.