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Suspension of the Yearbook (1970-1976)

Convergence (1977-78) was the first yearbook to produced after the Vietnam War. See the full version of the book at:

As protests of the Vietnam War swept across U.S. college campuses, Lewis & Clark College students suspended its yearbook program as a form of protest. Two years after the conclusion of the war, students issued their first post-war yearbook titled Convergence, which was a photo-centric publication lacking distinctive sections, captions, or index.