Tiger Paper, January 1974
This edition of the Tiger Paper protests the impending firing of 1,700 adjunct faculty and the consequent reduction in the number of classes offered at BMCC. "Such a move spells disaster for Open Admissions," the paper's editors write.
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 | January 1974
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, January 1974,” CUNY Digital History Archive, accessed June 29, 2017, http://cdha.cuny.edu/items/show/1891.