March 12, 1978: The Campanile and two male students walking toward it holding hands are pictured on the cover of the New York Times Magazine for a story called “Homosexuality on Campus.” Two writers who visited six American colleges and universities over four months report that a growing openness toward gays is not helping students feel more at ease. Chancellor Albert Bowker tries to dissuade reporters from Berkeley’s inclusion in the article, certain the cover story would bring negative publicity.