The student rebellion in Copenhagen at the School of Arts and Crafts in spring 1969 consisted of extensive debate seminars with many external participants, boycott of final examinations and occupation of both the Danish Ministry of Culture and the office of the school principal. It brought about many changes in the education as well as in the administration, which in turn led to a full reform into the independent School of Applied Arts, 1973. To shed light on these events we lean on interviews with the leader of the activities, Kirsten Dehlholm, and two fellow students.