Tiger Paper, April 1973
This issue of the Tiger Paper leads with a story describing student demonstrations against the "threatened" implementation of tuition across CUNY campuses. It also features articles centered around "International Women's Day" and the Vietnam War, as well as a piece on late grade reporting at BMCC.
The Tiger Paper, which billed itself as "Manhattan Community College's only underground newspaper," was published between 1971 and 1974 by a group of radical faculty members at BMCC. The paper, whose name was a play on the quip of Mao Tse-tung that "U.S. imperialism is a paper tiger," addressed struggles both internal and external to the college while emphasizing the connections between them.
Creator | Tiger Paper Collective
Date Created | December 1972
Rights | Copyright Tiger Paper Collective This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
Item Type | Text (Newspaper / Magazine / Journal)
Cite This document | Tiger Paper Collective, “Tiger Paper, April 1973,” CUNY Digital History Archive, accessed August 19, 2017, http://cdha.cuny.edu/items/show/1871.