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Student literary publication between 1964 and 1968 that took its name from Dante's Inferno.  The first issue created a controversy over an essay, "The Cult of Saphho," which led to a policy explanation by faculty advisor, Charles T. Gregory.  Other faculty advisors were Wafik Raouf, Bruce Tone and Charles P. Frank.  The poetry of Professor Robert L. Novak was often included following the addition of a faculty section  in the 1966 issue. Editors included John H. Knight, Stephen J. Golden, Sharon Schultz, Dave Jetmore, Jane Wuthrich and James Gailey. It was succeeded by the publication Impressions.
Source:   Current (March 1991), 14-15.

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