“[Millennials] still share a lot with us, almost too much. They still listen and still like Led Zeppelin. … Music and civil rights. That’s what our generation is all about. And it’s still here, the issues are still there.” –Robert Warner

This section includes images from the campus from the late 1960s and early 1970s. What do you recognize? How has the campus changed? How has student fashion changed?

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Two shoe styles of 1968 Courtesy UWG Special Collections Two students 1968 Courtesy UWG Special Collections
The International Club 1968 Courtesy UWG Special Collections
The International Club 1968 Courtesy UWG Special Collections

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Two shoe styles of 1968 Courtesy UWG Special Collections

 

 

Two students 1968 Courtesy UWG Special Collections 

 

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The International Club 1968 Courtesy UWG Special Collections

Boykin Hall, shown here in the 1970s, was built under President Boyd in 1966. Courtesy UWG Special CollectionsStudents use vending machine 1968

 

Boykin Hall, shown here in the 1970s, was built under President Boyd in 1966. Courtesy UWG Special Collections

 

 Students use vending machine 1968 Courtesy UWG Special Collections

 

Love Valley was a favorite location for outdoor concerts./Earth Day at Love Valley, undated. Love Valley was a favorite location for outdoor concerts./Earth Day at Love Valley, undated. Courtesy UWG Special Collections