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BI.ACK STUDF.NT MOVEMENT OF FK IAl. NEWSPAPER University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill,
Volume 12, Number 2
Sonja H. Stone fights for tenure.
Collin Riutin works harder than
ever to increase the minority
David Squires leads Black Ink to
yet another banner year.
Black Ink 1978-79 recorded the news as it hap
pened, both good and bad. From the third
straight Black Miss Homecoming to the denial of
tenure to Dr. Sonja H. Stone, we captured it all.
In this 1979-80 school year, we, again intend to
keep you posted on the latest in Black happen
Once again, we aim to be true to our goal as
stated by a former editor, Allen H. Johnson III:
“If Blackness can be converted into words and
pictures ... we intend to do it.”
James Alexander and Theresa Williams
Allen H. Johnson III leads the BSM
in repaying a $3,000 student govern
Reverend Martin Luther King Sr. urges Black students to
Karen Stevenson awes academia,
becoming the first Black female
Martina Kendrick becomes the third straight Black Miss Homecoming.