California State University, Northridge,
then called San Fernando Valley State College, was a center for the wave of campus
unrest and minority protests that rocked the nation during the 1960s and 1970s.
Radiating throughout the student body, faculty, campus administration, and greater
community, the atmosphere of turmoil bred discord and disruption for the governing
agencies within the university system, and within California. The collection consists of
"Transcripts on Appeal" for Consolidated Case No. 638182 in the Municipal
Court of Los Angeles Judicial District, County of Los Angeles, State of California,
Division No. 69, Hon. David L. Mohr, Judge. "The People of the State of California,
Plaintiff vs. Stuart Medal, Lance Cutler, Allen Steven Dellefield, et al.,
Defendants," on April 30, 1969.
The San Fernando Valley campus of Los Angeles State College opened to students in 1956
on land that once produced citrus, avocado, and walnuts. Just two years later, in the
fall 1958, that campus became San Fernando Valley State College (SFVSC). With the
creation of the CSU system in 1972 SFVSC became California State University, Northridge
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