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The RISD Rag was a student publication released in the spring of 1972, first on a monthly basis and later on a bi-weekly basis. The issue of March 9, 1972 included a letter to the editor about a RISD student who decided to leave because of the structure of courses at RISD. Photos, letters to the editor and articles about student activism were also included.
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Students of RISD and Archives, RISD, "RISD Rag March 9, 1972" (1972). All Student Newspapers. 62.
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