|American Student Union
National student organization formed by the
Student League and the Socialist Student League of Industrial
Democracy. The Brooklyn College chapter at once time claimed it had 600
College student newspaper, Evening Division, 1930-39.
The Daily Worker
Newsletter of Communist Party at Brooklyn
Professor Frederick Ewen and the
College literary magazine, 1936-4 (replaced Potpourri in 1936).
College student newspaper, Men's Division, 193
College literary magazine (replaced by Observer).
Political Flyers and Papers,
Materials distributed by students,
faculty, and administrators, 1934-58; housed in the Brooklyn College
Special Collection and Archive.
Files on Student
and Faculty Political Activities
Materials saved by and maintained in the
President's office; started by President Boylan, maintained by
President Harry Gideonse, and released in spring 2006 by President
Dictionary identifying persons, bills,
political events, organizations, movements, and other matters referred
by the students, faculty, and their contemporaries and may no longer be
The SISS investigation into Communism at
Brooklyn College, 1952-53
Brooklyn College student newspaper, Women's Division, 1932-36.
College student newspaper, 1937-1950 (suspended
by President Gideonse and replaced by Kingsman