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This student-run weekly newspaper was known simply as R.I.S.D., or RISD Paper. The RISD Paper ran through the late 1960s and into the 1970s. The issue of November 12, 1970 included an article about World Game and Conceptual Thinking and an article about Zen painting and calligraphy at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. There were photos from the New Dean String Band at the RISD Farm and comics, poems and letters to the editor. Also included was a small article about RISD student activism.
Providence, Rhode Island
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Students of RISD and Archives, RISD, "RISD Paper November 12, 1970" (1970). All Student Newspapers. 53.
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