RG/RG12. Student Organizations
This Record Group contains materials that pertain to student organizations on campus. There are nearly three hundred groups ranging from the historic and earliest organizations such as Philanthropic and Eumenean Societies to the Ugly Club to fraternities, Black Professional Development Working Group, to Mental Health Ambassadors, and Young Americans for Freedom. Examples of records are constitutions and bylaws, agendas, photographs, and promotional materials.
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The correspondence folder contains e-mails from Changing Minds. There is a folder of Minutes from the end of the 2005-2006 academic year as well as most of the 2006-2007 academic year. The third folder contains issues of the mental awareness newsletter, "Note to Self." The Printed Materials folder contains a Davidsonian article about Changing Minds, an informational sheet, fliers for "Battling Our Bodies," and a flier advertising "Notes to Self Week" November 7-11, 2005. There is also a copy...
Scope and Contents The collection consists of copies of volume one, number one of Studies in History. Articles in this issue addressed Marshal Ney, Charles Caldwell, Carolina's Woman's Exposition, the battle of Ramsour's Mill, and John Steele.
Scope and Contents The collection contains some historical information about the chapter. There are minutes from 1880-1930; these are oversized and are housed separately. There is a report to the national headquarters describing the founding of the chapter and a Kappa Alpha Magazine from 1884 with several mentions of the Davidson chapter's activities. There is correspondence from 1958, 1980-1988. The printed material contains general information about the group, and there are also chapter publications from...
Scope and Contents The collection contains meeting minutes from 1973-1977 and 1982-1984. There are newsletters from 1975-1978. The printed material consists of "The Javelin," (1931-1968) published by the fraternity and also known as the "Phi News." The May, 1948 issue is oversized and is housed separately. There are also rush publicationsfrom 1953-1969. In addition, there are party invitations and articles about the fraternity form various sources in the general file.
Scope and Contents The collection contains a small amount of historical information. There is a small amount of correspondence from 1922-1924, 1957, 1976, and 1989. There are alumni directories from 1963-1965. The printed material contains general information about the group, a pledge manual, plus copies of the Altar and Skull" from 1935-1964 and 1976-1989. There are rush publications from 1948-1963, and party invitations. Oversize material includes a 1984 desk calendar and the June 1, 1953 copy of Altar...
Scope and Contents The collection contains membership information (1912-1967), which includes information about its founding members in 1912 and the final group of pledges in 1967. There is information about the group's house mother, Miss Johnsie Shelton, most of which is printed material from the celebration of her 10 years of service to the fraternity. The printed material includes certificates of scholastic merit and a copy of the White Diamond, the fraternity's pledge manual. There are a few copies of The...
Scope and Contents The collection contains historical information which includes historical sketches about the national organization as well as the Davidson chapter. There is information about the formation of the chapter, including copies of the petition to the national organization, letters of recommendation, and letters of congratulations. The information about the government contains copies of the constitution, by-laws, and amendments, copies of the house rules, and information about the duties of the...
Scope and Contents The collection contains only a very brief sketch of the national fraternity. There are minutes from meetings for 1915-1930 and 1936-1951. The minutes are quite lighthearted and some are written in poetic form. The Faculty Supper file documents the faculty contributions for an annual dinner and includes their recipe for hamburgers. There are many "continuous" stories (stories in which each chapter was written by a different member). There is one epic poem about Peter Stuart Ney. There are...