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Montage was a student-published, bi-weekly newspaper written in the early 1970s. The issue of November 17, 1972 included an article about the Miter Boxing Club. There was a contest for changing the name of the students newspaper and a students won for the name change to Expose. There was an article about the recent Figure Sculpture exhibit at the RISD Museum. Also there was another article about the changes to the professional exam for students seeking architectural licenses at some New England colleges, including RISD. Events for RISD students were also listed.



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Providence, Rhode Island


RISD, art school, art college, student newspapers, student publications, NCARB, Miter Boxing Club, figure sculpture, K.P. Hartley, George Santos, Gloria Root, Wendy Gruber, Paul Metcalf, Robyn Gudehus, Jeff Carpenter, Fogg Art Museum, abortion, women's rights, Hugh Townley, feminism, Richard Nixon, John Osborne, Audobon Society, Audobon Society of Rhode Island, Charles Hotchkiss, Greg McMillan, Harry Pederson, D.J. Nelson, Eben McMillan


Aesthetics | Architecture | Art and Design | Art Education | Creative Writing | History of Art, Architecture, and Archaeology | Music | Theatre and Performance Studies

Montage November 17, 1972



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