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Black Student Union records

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Identifier: RG-14-195
Overview The Johns Hopkins Black Student Union (BSU) was founded in April of 1968, shortly after the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. and the riots which followed in Baltimore City. The club sponsors social events and lectures, participates in community service activities such as tutoring disadvantaged children, works to promote unity among African Americans, and works to improve the overall climate for African American students at Hopkins. The records of the Black Student Union span the years...

Hopkins Science Fiction Association records

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Identifier: RG-14-230
Overview The history of the Hopkins Science Fiction Association (HopSFA) starts with the Amber Society, an informal club in the early 1970s. This club was made up of science fiction fans at Hopkins as well as from Baltimore, including famed science fiction writer Roger Zelazny. In 1974, the club was chartered by the University and became known as the Hopkins Science Fiction Association (HopSFA). In its early years, the organization concerned itself primarily with publication. The records range in date...