alumni and alumnae, Arcosanti (Ariz.), Art, children's theater, College of Environmental and Applied Sciences (CEAS), community dental services, Harriet Gross, jazz ensembles, literary magazines, National Teacher Examination, theater, voter registration, Women's Studies, workshops (seminars)
The Innovator was a student newspaper published at Governors State University between March 1972 and October 2000. The newspaper featured student reporting, opinions, news, photos, poetry, and original graphics.
Governors State University Student Services, Innovator (1974, October 1). http://opus.govst.edu/innovator/36
[p.1] Innovator Editor Interviews Women's Movement Advocate/Ramonita Segarra--"Women in Society" To Be Taught By Harriet Gross--GSU To Administer National Teacher Examination [p.2] Why An Alumni Association/Tony Wardynski--Are GSU Students Illiterate?/Tony Wardynski [p.3] Past, Present, and Future?/Robert A. Blue--Voter Registration [p.4] Children's Theatre Hits the Road--Klub Korner--What is the Mission of GSU's Art Program?--Dental Definitions [p.5] "Antigone" To Be Presented at GSU--The Metric System in American History--For Your Information--Health Hints: The Common Cold Fact/Fiction [p.6] Ford Foundation Announces Fellowships--Armchair Travelers to Tour Taiwan--Audubon Wildlife Films [p.7] Local Residents Invited To "Utopic" Arcosanti--Cancer/Leo at Push Expo '74 [p.8] Poetry.