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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 23, 1972 included an article with photographs about RISD students who traveled to Mexico for Wintersession. Also there was a reply from Dean Donald Lay about RISD improvements to a letter from a RISD student. A small article about organic food stores in Providence was also included. Poems, letter to the editor including one about renovating Carr Haus and events for RISD students also were included.
Providence, Rhode Island
RISD, art school, art college, student publications, student newspapers, Maya, Yucatan, organic food, ecology, Roland Smith Jr., Donald M. Lay, Dean Lay, Dean Donald Lay, Laurie MacDonald, Dan Spector, H.H. Richardson, Robert B. Rettig, Robert Rettig, Thom Glabman, Bill Costley
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Students of RISD and Archives, RISD, "RISD Rag March 23, 1972" (1972). All Student Newspapers. 63.
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