"The Crisis in City College"
During his time at City College, Robinson drew extraordinary criticism from the left, particularly because of his repeated attempts to stifle free expression on campus. In May 1933, Robinson issued suspensions to a number of students, clubs, and campus publications following an anti-war/anti-ROTC rally in which he was alleged to have struck multiple students with his umbrella prior to his calling for police presence on campus.
Creator | National Student League
Date Created | December 1933
Rights | Obtain From Student Review
Item Type | Image (Cartoon)
Cite This document | National Student League, “"The Crisis in City College",” CUNY Digital History Archive, accessed September 23, 2023, https://cdha.cuny.edu/items/show/3602.