While the late 1960s was a tumultous time at universities and colleges across the United States with Vietnam protests in full swing, the students and sometimes the faculty at Rice University took a different approach to protest.

Their demonstrations focused on two major events: one being the Masterson Crisis in April 1969 and the other being the Abbie Hoffman incident in April 1970. 

You can view each exibit by clicking on the links above or on the exhibits listed on the left.
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Cover of book from 1970 Campanile featuring Abbie Hoffman illustration

Acting University President Frank Vandiver urges calm during the Abbie Hoffman incident.