RAP magazine collection
Scope and Contents
This collection contains three issues of RAP magazine dating from March 1970 to May 1970.
- Creation: 1970-03 - 1970-05
Conditions Governing Access
Collection is open for research.
Conditions Governing Use
Ball State University Libraries make every reasonable effort to provide accurate information regarding the copyright status of materials held by Archives and Special Collections. Patrons may scan items or request a reproduction of one or more items in the collection; however, it is the responsibility of the patron to evaluate whether or not the intended use complies with copyright law.
Biographical / Historical
RAP magazine was published as a supplement to the Daily News in the Spring of 1970. The ideology behind RAP was for the students to create a commentary on politics and art similar to the style of national publications, such as The New Republic or Ramparts. Issues explored in the magazine included: psychological counseling, student protests, race relations, university policies, pollution, homosexuality, drugs, and politics.
The first issue of the magazine was released in March of 1970, but the publication soon went out of circulation due to a lack of funding. During its brief run, RAP magazine and its contributors received several awards, including first place and honorable mention in the Best Critical Essay division at the 1971 Indiana Collegiate Press Association (ICPA) convention.
"The opinions expressed in RAP are those of the authors and editors of RAP and do not necessarily represent the opinions of Ball State University, its administration, faculty or students. Published as a supplement to the Ball State Daily News, RAP does not necessarily represent the views of the Student Publications Committee of the Daily News."
0.1 Cubic Feet (1 thin archival letter box)
Language of Materials
This collection is arranged chronologically.
Issues were pulled from RG.14.06.01 and RG.10.13.09 to create the UA.012 collection.
- Rap magazine collection
- Mindy Shull
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Part of the Ball State University Archives Repository
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