Feauturing an illlustration of Muhammed Ali on its cover, in this edition of the December 1975 issue of Spirit Magazine, the publication's editor-in-chief, Frank Tucker, bemoans the less than satisfactory support given to Spirit from York College administration. Not the first time Tucker has addressed the topic, in his extended editorial he compares the difference in allocated funds and facilities between Spirit and the college's main newspaper, Pandora's Box.
Spirit Magazine, a self-described "third-world publication", was the creation of York College students and reflected the concerns and priorities of the college's large black student population. Pandora's Box, still in print today, had a more general focus.
Source | York College Archives Creator | Spirit Magazine Date Created | December 1975 Rights | Obtain From Spirit Magazine Item Type | Text (Article / Essay) Cite This document | Spirit Magazine, “Spirit Magazine, December 1975,” CUNY Digital History Archive, accessed January 16, 2019, http://cdha.cuny.edu/items/show/5112.