New University outdoor class
A New University outdoor class after the Kent State shootings of May 1970.
Memorandum from Dr. Edward H. Ward
Correspondence from Dr. Edward H. Ward to BGSU President William T. Jerome regarding a disrobing incident that occurred during a New University class.
Goals and purpose of the New University
A posting describing the goals and purpose of the New University.
Why You Should Support the New University
A posting describing the New University and nationwide events of the time.
Survey of student activity on the BGSU campus after the Kent State shootings
The results of a survey polling individual students about the activities tin which they participated on campus following the Kent State shootings.
BGSU President William T. Jerome speaking to students after the Kent State shootings
BGSU President William T. Jerome speaking to a crowd of students from the steps of Williams Hall, shortly after the BGSU community had learned of the shootings on the Kent State University campus.
Letter from BGSU Faculty Senate's Executive Committee to President William T. Jerome
Letter to President Jerome from the Faculty Senate's Executive Committee in regards to the BGSU student body's reaction to the Kent State shootings.
Letter from BGSU Faculty Senate to President Jerome
Letter from the BGSU Faculty Senate to President Jerome condemning the actions of the National Guard in the Kent State shootings and requesting that the use of the National Guard on the BGSU campus be discontinued.
First Presidential Residence
The first residence used to house a university president pre-dated the university by thirty years. It was built in 1880 by the Wooster family, early settlers to the area.
President Homer B. Williams, the first president of the Bowling Green Normal College, lived in the large farmhouse at 725 E…
Popular Culture Building
Purchased by the university in 1937 to serve as the second Presidential home, 838 E. Wooster Street was built in 1932 from a kit purchased through the Montgomery Ward catalog company.
It was first occupied by President Roy E. Offenhauer, who was killed in a car accident early in his tenure.…