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University Libraries' Exhibit Highlights History of the African-American Student Experience at Ball State

Contributed by: Laura MacLeod Mulligan
Published: Tuesday, 21 January 2014 2:00 PM
University Libraries' Exhibit Highlights History of the African-American Student Experience at Ball State

African-American students at Ball State University have a rich history of campus involvement and activity. As part of the celebration of Black History Month, the University Libraries are proud to present The Ball State University African-American Student Experience, 1970-2013: Activities, Organizations, and Programs, our new exhibit in Archives and Special Collections, on display on the second floor of Bracken Library until February 28, 2014.

The display draws from several collections housed in the Ball State University Libraries Archives and Special Collections, with some materials also available in the University Libraries' Digital Media Repository. Featured collections are the Black Student Association Records, the Allen Williams Black Ball State Alumni Collection, the Robert Foster Papers, and the Marie Fraser Papers and Photographs.

For more information on the exhibit, see the post on the Archives and Special Collections blog, and contact Archives and Special Collections at 765-285-5078 or libarchives@bsu.edu.

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