Interview with Craig Ammerman

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Identifier

1978 OH 059

Date

3/29/1978

Description

Mr. Craig Ammerman is a native Kentuckian from Richmond. He attended EKU from 1966-1969. Mr. Ammerman was a prominent editorial and staff writer for the Eastern Progress and he was very involved with the major issues of the late 1960's.

Rights

Contact Special Collections and Archives, Crabbe Library, Eastern Kentucky University for reproductions, rights and permission to publish.

Title

Interview with Craig Ammerman

Oral History Item Type Metadata

Interviewer

Wilburn, Mark S.

Interviewee

Ammerman, Craig

Location

Phone Interview

Duration

1:20:39

Time Summary

0-02:40 Interviewer's introduction
02:40-03:25 Ammerman's general background
03:25-05:50 Student unrest in the late 1960's
05:50-13:50 The Powell Report, the mandatory ROTC program at Eastern
13:50-20:10 Dr. Martin's attitude toward dissent; the Steve Wilborn incident and Dr. Martn's concern for students
20:10-23:0 The Curry Hearn affair
23:0-32:50 The S.D.S. Chapter at Eastern and the Steve Wilborn incident
32:50-42:10 Student Senate relationship with the press. Editorial policy of the Eastern Progress
42:10-45:10 The establishment of Northern Kentucky University and Martin's and Ammerman's opposition to it.
45:10-46:50 The regional universities attempts to receive adequate funding from the state
46:50 End of side 1
0-02:10 Continuation of the same topic, the overcrowding situation at Eastern
02:10-04:35 Eastern attaining university status. The law enforcement program and other fields.
04:35-08:50 Why Eastern attained tremendous growth during Martin's tenure
08:50-12:10 The black movement
12:10-24:0 Dr. Martin's personality. Dr. Martin's relationship with the press. Dr. Martin's retirement and running for the state legislature.
24:0-28:20 Ammerman compares Adron Doran with Robert Martin
28:20-30:20 Openline radio talk show that was cancelled
30:20-32:45 Eastern and the ROTC Program
32:45-35:0 Dr. Powell's selection as President of EKU
35:0 End of tape

Restrictions

no

Collection

Citation

“Interview with Craig Ammerman,” William H. Berge Oral History Center, accessed May 21, 2018, https://oralhistory.eku.edu/items/show/638.

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