URIS HALL — Over 24 confused alumni rallied together Sunday night for an anti-war demonstration in light of the U.S. government’s involvement in Vietnam.
“Our classmates did not die face down in the mud just for us to give up the protest,” retorted dissident Brendan Arendt ‘74 while burning his draft card. “We can’t give up now. If we lose momentum we may never win.”
Following a teach-in instructing the new generation of agents on the art of poster-making, protesters gathered to strategize mobilization tactics so as to reach the greater Ithaca community.
“What do we want?” asked the leader of the protest. There was no response, as every other demonstrator had aimlessly wandered off.