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Incorporated Press, Inc. May 18, 1979, Students Of Risd May 1979

Incorporated Press, Inc. May 18, 1979, Students Of Risd

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Incorporated Press, Inc. was a student publication released biweekly beginning in 1979. The issue of May 18-May 27 1979 includes an article about censorship at RISD and RISD Commencement events. Concerts, art exhibitions, plays and lectures that took place on the RISD campus and in the Providence area were also included.


Incorporated Press, Inc. April 6, 1979, Students Of Risd Apr 1979

Incorporated Press, Inc. April 6, 1979, Students Of Risd

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Incorporated Press, Inc. was a student publication released biweekly beginning in 1979. The issue of April 6-May 3, 1979 includes articles about the possibility of a RISD faculty strike, which did not happen. Also mentioned was the problem of information about events being hidden from students. Poems, photographs and drawings are also in this issue.


Incorporated Press, Inc. March 20, 1979, Students Of Risd Mar 1979

Incorporated Press, Inc. March 20, 1979, Students Of Risd

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Incorporated Press, Inc. was a student publication released biweekly beginning in 1979. The issue of March 20-April 17, 1979 has articles and letters about the RISD Faculty Union and a possible strike. There also was an article about Art Wood who had passed away and one of his comic strips. Calendar listings were also included.


Incorporated Press, Inc. March 6, 1979, Students Of Risd Mar 1979

Incorporated Press, Inc. March 6, 1979, Students Of Risd

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Incorporated Press, Inc. was a student publication released biweekly beginning in 1979. The issue of March 6, 1979 includes articles about the RISD faculty union negotiations. A distinguished author series took place at RISD also. Drawings, poems and short essays were also featured. Events at RISD and the Providence area were also mentioned.


Incorporated Press, Inc. February 12, 1979, Students Of Risd Feb 1979

Incorporated Press, Inc. February 12, 1979, Students Of Risd

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Incorporated Press, Inc. was a student publication released biweekly beginning in 1979. The issue of February 12, 1979 includes photographs from Tennessee and Alabama by Clifton Meador, RISD photo student. Also photos from Rome are also included. Articles about the RISD faculty union negotiations and possible strike are included. Events are listed that took place on the RISD campus and the Providence area.


Incorporated Press, Inc. January 26, 1979, Students Of Risd Jan 1979

Incorporated Press, Inc. January 26, 1979, Students Of Risd

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Incorporated Press, Inc. was a student publication released biweekly beginning in 1979. The issue of January 26, 1979 was devoted to the RISD faculty union talks and interviews with some of the key players. Some contract specifics were mentioned. The Faculty Association had formed a Strike Committee. Ads for local businesses were also included in this issue.


The Education Of The Emotions, Daniel R. Denicola Jan 1979

The Education Of The Emotions, Daniel R. Denicola

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Human emotion is, to some, an embarrassment. They regard our emotional aspect as not fully human; like some grotesque offspring, it should be hidden away in our psychic cellar or gotten rid of altogether. Our emotions (or "passions" or "affections") are powerful, but they may be kept at bay by our fair child, reason. The enmity seems natural; reason represents the orderly, the proper, the Apollonian; emotion is the disruptive, the capricious, the Dionysian. The accomplishments of cool reason may be consumed in the heat of passion. To give vent to emotion is thus to turn irrational and to reveal ...


Philosophical Encounters With Children, Michael Pritchard Dec 1978

Philosophical Encounters With Children, Michael Pritchard

Michael Pritchard

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