50 Years Later

Half a century has passed since the Spring ’68 student uprising. CCT looks at what happened then, and how those protests can help us understand our world right now.

A Tinderbox, Poised to Ignite

Less than three weeks after the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., black students protesting the Morningside Park gym project played a decisive role in the epochal 1968 campus uprising.

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How the ’68 Uprising Looks Today

What we can learn from the student revolt of 50 years ago.

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Just What the Doctor Ordered

GMA’s Dr. Jennifer Ashton ’91, PS’00, HN’16 is on a mission to demystify women’s health.

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Funny Business

Comedian Gabe Liedman ’04 lays it all on the (writers’) table.

Issue Masthead

Volume 45 Number 3
Spring 2018

Editor-in-Chief
Alexis Boncy SOA’11

Executive Editor
Lisa Palladino

Deputy Editor
Jill C. Shomer

Associate Editor
Anne-Ryan Heatwole JRN’09

Forum Editor
Rose Kernochan BC’82

Art Director
Eson Chan

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