This interactive website allows users to explore the history of Linthicum Hall, which served as Towson University’s College of Liberal Arts from 1968 to 2009. The site emphasizes the role of Linthicum Hall as a site for student activism related to the Vietnam War in the late 1960s and 1970s.
A Baltimore Sun article reporting the arrest of 23 Towson State students after an anti-war demonstration. The article enumerates the names of those arrested, their charges, and the amount of their bond.
This packet of resources includes statements by the Vietnam Moratorium Committee, the College Senate, and President James Fisher. The Moratorium Committee asks students and faculty to join in its efforts to protest the Vietnam War, and Fisher responds to these activities as well as addresses requests that final examinations be cancelled in light of protest activity.