Monthly Archives: May 2014

Sundial: Columbia SDS Memories–Back In Furnald Hall, 1968

Chapter 14: Back In Furnald Hall, 1968 (ii)The New York SDS Regional Office was organizing a trip to Havana, Cuba at this time. Mark decided that he wished to visit Cuba on this trip. To raise money for the trip, Mark … Continue reading

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Sundial: Columbia SDS Memories–Back In Furnald Hall, 1968

Chapter 14: Back In Furnald Hall, 1968 (i)A few weeks into February 1968, I was assigned a share of a dorm room on an upper floor of Furnald Hall. Coincidentally, my roommate turned out to be another Columbia SDS hard-core activist … Continue reading

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Sundial: Columbia SDS Memories–Christmas Vacation With Mark Rudd, 1968

Chapter 13: Christmas Vacation With Mark Rudd, 1968(iv)In early January 1968, I also started to look for my own apartment again. I enjoyed living above Mark. But I desired an apartment where I could freely entertain friends and cook.I answered … Continue reading

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Sundial: Columbia SDS Memories–Christmas Vacation With Mark Rudd, 1967

Chapter 13: Christmas Vacation With Mark Rudd, 1967(iii)Although I was sad to hear of Che Guevara’s October 1967 death and angry about the CIA’s role in his execution, I had not really examined Che’s thoughts and writings while he was … Continue reading

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Sundial: Columbia SDS Memories–Christmas Vacation With Mark Rudd, 1967

Chapter 13: Christmas Vacation With Mark Rudd, 1967 (ii)My next recollection is standing inside the hall of Mark’s apartment in the evening, at the very moment his woman friend Sue was coming out of the bathroom shower with only a towel … Continue reading

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Sundial: Columbia SDS Memories–Christmas Vacation With Mark Rudd, 1967

Chapter 13: Christmas Vacation With Mark Rudd, 1967 (i)In late November, I was walking uptown on the east side of Broadway, near W.114th St., when I noticed an index card posted in the local barbershop window. The index card advertised a … Continue reading

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Sundial: Columbia SDS Memories–Marge Piercy and the Anti-Rusk Demo, 1967

Chapter 12: Marge Piercy and the Anti-Rusk Demo, 1967(iii)Near the end of November, Ted, Dave and I chose to move from the W. 94th St. apartment. We had discovered that Mrs. Grossman, our “landlady,” was not really the owner of … Continue reading

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