Fraternities - Social
Subject Source: Fast
Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:
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 Please note that Presidential records are closed fifty years prior to the current year.The files from President Spencer's office consist primarily of correspondence and reports. These files cover all aspects of his administration including information on coeducation, minority students, self-selection for fraternities, the college's relationship with the Presbyterian Church, integration, student unrest and the Vietnam War, the changing role of athletics, College Bowl competitions,...
Dates: Majority of material found within 1968-1983, 2010
Scope and Contents The collection contains historical sketches of the fraternity. There is a copy of the original constitution from 1883 and also a revision from 1989. The minutes date from 1883-1888 and 1957-1967. There is correspondence from 1981-1992. There are addresses to the society from 1988-1991, which include toasts to the society. Membership information from 1986-1994 includes the names and hometowns of pledges as well as providing a photo of each pledge. There is information about the activities of...
Scope and Contents The records contain a brief historical sketch of Sigma Chi fraternity. [For more historical information see the 1947 scrapbook.] There is a copy of the 1969 constitution. There are meeting minutes from 1950-1953. There are two copies of the 1971 annual report, which lists general information about the fraternity, including members and officers. There is an undated list of members. The printed material includes articles about the fraternity from various sources (1948-1971), chapter...
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 historical information, which includes a copy of the petition to the national fraternity. There is a small amount of correspondence from 1958-1984, and there are newsletters from 1969-1991. There is a membership directory from 1971-1972. The printed material contains general information about the fraternity from various sources (1962-1993), copies of the "Sig Epigram" and "SPEctator" (1936-1976), The "Sig Epistle" (1991-1994), Social Handbooks (1973-1981), Rush...
Scope and Contents The collection contains a copy of information from the 1923 and 1924 Quips and Cranks related to the group.
Scope and Contents The files contain minutes from the meetings, results from the Educational Testing Service College and University Environment Scales survey, the 1969 Report of the Commission, and the Minority report Dissenting from Anti-Fraternity Section. Both of the reports cover the differing role of fraternities on campus and coeducational issues.
Scope and Contents The first file contains information on the American Commons Club, a fraternity founded nationally in 1921 and which sparked the Davidsonian version, Campus Club. Correspondence file 1956 contains information on dancing at Davidson. Correspondence file 1958 contains information on faculty regulations of fraternities. Information on sophomore rush and after-dark regulations are found in correspondence files 1960-1961. The proposals made by the 12 presidents of the Davidson College...
Dates: 1951 - 1971
Scope and Contents The files contain the final report of the committee as well as reports written by individual fraternities to the committee and responses to the reports. Included in the Reports and Responses folder are chapel talks from 1960 and 1964. For more information, see also "Faculty Committee on Fraternities, Clubs and Social Life."
Dates: 1960 - 1966