Vintage New Times

Syracuse New Times – February 4th, 1971

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Vintage Syracuse New Times

In 1971, the Syracuse New Times was just three years old -  founded in 1969 by publisher Ken Simon (a 21-year-old senior at Syracuse University). Simon called it the “Orange Pennysaver” and later re-named it the “Campus Pennysaver” – but by the summer 1970 it was officially the Syracuse New Times.



Vintage Syracuse New Times

by Staff

January 21st, 1971

In 1971, the Syracuse New Times was just three years old -  founded in 1969 by publisher Ken Simon (a 21-year-old senior at Syracuse University). Simon called it the “Orange Pennysaver” and later re-named it the “Campus Pennysaver” – but by the summer 1970 it was officially the Syracuse New Times.



Vintage Syracuse New Times

by Staff

January 14th, 1971

Below is the January 14th, 1971 edition of the Syracuse New Times. In 1971, the Syracuse New Times was just three years old -  founded in 1969 by publisher Ken Simon (a 21-year-old senior at Syracuse University). Simon called it the "Orange Pennysaver" and later re-named it the "Campus Pennysaver" – but by the summer 1970 it was officially the Syracuse New Times.



Vintage Syracuse New Times

by Staff

January 7th, 1971

Below is the January 7th, 1971 edition of the Syracuse New Times. Richard Nixon is president. The Vietnam War wages on. George Harrison releases "My Sweet Lord"/Isn't it a Pity" and later this year Janis Joplin releases "Me and Bobby McGee". Andy Warhol leads the New York art world with his portrait commissions of celebrities and art films. The Syracuse New Times was just three years old -  founded in 1969 by publisher Ken Simon (a 21-year-old senior at Syracuse University). Simon called it the Orange Pennysaver and later re-named it the Campus Pennysaver - but by the summer 1970 it was officially the Syracuse New Times.