Browse Exhibits (4 total)
Changes in curriculum or reading list, types of classes offered, and student publication about the changes in classroom discussion.
Information about student body composition, number of students who were drafted or who volunteered, changes in funding due to war, and faculty members and alumni in war.
Fictional literature, personal essays, letters to and or from soldiers, or performances about students’ perception of World War II
Student life during World War II, such as fraternities, religious services, censorship by the administration, opinions for or against the war, and anti-Japanese American sentiment on campus.