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CONTENTS

EDITORIAL

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MAKING USG WORK THE GREENING OF THE INDIVIDUAL INTERCHANGE LETTERS

STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE AT BUFFALO

VOLUME ONE NUMBER THIRTEEN 4 MAY 1972

NEWS

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NEWS BRIEFS FLY TODAY - STAY LATER MARY SOL: THE PROMOTER'S DREAM BIOLOGICAL WEAPON BAN BUFFALO 5 : VIETNAM ON TRIAL THE REAL WORLD

Editor-In-Chief ANDREW ELSTON

Business Manager HEDDA GORDON News Editor BEVERLEY CONRAD Arts Editor CAROL EDMONDSON

THE TIME HAS COME WOMEN IN THE ARTS

THEATER : THE BOYS FROM SYRACUSE CROSBY, STILLS, NASH, AND YOUNG

Graphics Editor NANCY DICK Contributing Editor LARRY FRITZ

FEATURE

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ART FOR MAN'S SAKE GAY LIB: ANOTHER CHAPTER IN HUMAN RIGHTS VIEWPOINT : WHAT ARE YOU DOING HERE ANYWAY? COLUMNS THE OWL'S CORNER MIND'S EYE FIELD NOTES

STAFF: Barry Cohen, Eric Chaffee, · Linda De Tine, George Howell, Michael Sajecki, Steve Mackey, Dick Manning, Marcia Rybcznski, Jo Ann Pizzo, Heather Ingram, Mike Kaiser, Dave Schwab, Mary Sullivan, Bill Mallowitz, Jan Nuzzo, Peggy Burke, Pat Bumstead, Jackie Michelin, Pauline Landau, Eric Daughtry, Helene Heit. STRAIT ma11azine ia published fortni11htly by the 1tudent1 of the New Yorlr State Univerail)' Colle11e at Buffalo, 1300 Elmwood Avenue, Buffalo, New Yorlr 14222. Office, are in the · Student Union, room 421; telephone (716) &62-5326 & 5327. · Publilhin11 and operatin,: fund• allocated throu(lh the United Students · Government under the auspice• of Publication• Board and ·throu(lh the adverlilin(I income. STRAIT ii repreaented for national adverti1in(I income by National Educational Adverti,in(I · Service,, 360 Lexin(llon Avenue, New Yorlr, N . Y . STRAIT ii diltributed free to all member• of the Buffalo State Community pnd to other 1tudenla on campu1e1 of the Nia(lara Frontier. Price for all other,: 25 cent, per copy ; $4.50 : per year ( 14 ilaue1). Unsolicited manuscripts wUI be conlidered for publication but STRAIT will not be reaponsible for their return; perso11s not auocialed with SUCB will not be dl,criminated a11ain1t in the terms of · manu,cripl publication. Editorial policy is determined by the editorial board. STRAIT •u bacribe, lo Colle(le Preis Service (CPS) . Denver, Colorado; and Dilpatch News Service International (DNSI) . Copyrif,ht 1972; all ri11hts re.erved: no portion or hi• ma11azine, its pictorial or verbal content may be reprinted in any manner without the expre,a con,ent of the Editor-In-Chief. Printed in the United Stale• of · America by RecordPreu. GRAPHICS CREDITS: Barry Cohen · 23; Nancy Dick • 10, 13, 14, 15, 24, 25; Carol Edmondson • 28; Photo on page 17 . Courtesy of the Mattachine Society. COVER BY KARLA STRICKLAND .

THINGS

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HOT FUN IN THE SUN Cl RCUM LOCUM

In This Issue

This is our last issue of our first year. Consequently, there are a few wrap-up columns and a few looking-ahead-tow:ird summer articles to give us a clean break and to give you some summer-ideas. In addition there is an interview with a member of the Mattachine Society that provides much insight into this 'other chapter on human rights,' a pictoral review of the Women In The Arts Festival art show "Feminine Perceptions," and the story of the trial of the Buffalo Five . We'd like to thank everyone for all the support, and especially the constructive criticism, we have received this year . We hope that those of you who have been faithful readers will continue to read us as faithfully next year (you can get a subscription mailed to you • you are going to someplace like Sienna or if you are graduating awa _ from Buffalo althogther) and that those of you who would have liked to work with us this year will help us next year. We'll have a new Editor in the Fall: Beverley Conrad, current news editor. Peace, and be well this Summer.

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