Saint John's in the Late 1960s/Early 1970s: The "Protest Years"

Vietnam war protests, the sexual revolution, civil rights activism:  to those who came of age in the late 1960s and early 1970s, these are the events and movements which come to mind. 

But the St. John's campus is a long way from places like Vietnam, Washington, D.C., and Kent State.  How did such society-changing movements resonate in little Collegeville, isolated--and insulated--in central Minnesota?
 
A review of resources in the Saint John's University Archives shows that all of them had echoes on the St. John's campus.  The following each provide some analysis of these movements:

Also available: SJU's 1968 Institutional Profile, prepared for the accreditation process, which examined every academic department and major administrative area across the campus that year.