In this book Wynkoop examines the history of student activism on Indiana University's Bloomington campus.Although a few student leaders were not native Hoosiers, there were no "genuine" outside agitators, and the role of the faculty was nil.I completed certification in Reality Therapy with the William Glasser Institute and I'm an Eagle Scout from Troop 503 in San Antonio!My practice is near the Seton Medical Complex in Central Austin.Wells's successors were often slow to grasp both the depth and the nature of the social changes taking place across the country.For radicalized students, Wells's liberal university was inadequate.
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Wells even won support from a tight-fisted legislature that looked for any excuse to cut the university's budget.
His nonconfrontational approach was so successful that he earns praise from Wynkoop; otherwise she has almost nothing but scorn for most university administrators, who fought even minor changes in the institution's archaic rules.
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The highly ranked University of Notre Dame is located just to the north in unincorporated Notre Dame, Indiana and is an integral contributor to the region's economy.
invited three active participants in the story Mary Ann Wynkoop tells (one was an administrator and two were student protesters) and one well-placed observer (a former faculty member) to reflect on the book and on the period it analyses. The first few chapters of Mary Ann Wynkoop's study brought back vague memories of Indiana University students singing "Where have all the young men gone," mobilization meetings, pickets, marches, and even the sweet aroma of burning grass.
It also recalled graduate students seeking advice about what to do when they were called up for military service (advice in good conscience I could not give) and colleagues who gave all draft-eligible males students "A" grades because they did not want to send them to die in the rice paddies of "Nam." It also revived images: a student shot dead at Kent State and a naked Vietnamese child, burned by napalm, running in the street.