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Entering a period of unprecedented prosperity, students in the 1960s enjoyed expanding freedom. From party's in togas to twisting the night away, life on campus was anything but boring. Enjoy this interesting insight into college life and what is was like
|PUBLISHER:||The History Press|
|DIMENSIONS:||6 (w) x 9 (h)|
By William J. Shkurti
Bill Shkurti was born and raised in Akron and entered Ohio State University in 1964, graduating in 1968 with a BA in economics. After serving in the army, Bill returned to Ohio State and earned a master’s degree in 1974. He then served in numerous positions for the State of Ohio before returning to Ohio State to be its chief financial officer. He retired in 2010 but remains an adjunct professor in the John Glenn College of Public Affairs. He has written extensively about OSU in the 1960s, including a general history, Ohio State University in the Sixties: The Unraveling of the Old Order, published by OSU Press in 2016. He and his wife, Renee, also an OSU graduate, live in Upper Arlington.