Students - Social Life and Customs
Subject Source: Fast
Found in 22 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The collection contains a copy of the charter. Also included is a letter to Kappa Alpha fraternity requesting that they not flaunt their "Old South" practice and a newspaper article about the black population at Davidson. There are also numerous flyers and posters inviting people to events sponsored by the group, and minutes (some copied for the organization's webpage). The Newsletters folder contains copies of the newsletter "The Rainbow Revue," as well as an unnamed 1979-1980 newsletter,...
Scope and Contents The collection contains a copy of the constitution of the group, newsletters from 1952, rush publications from 1951, and invitations and programs from 1948-1952. There is also a letter to Davidson College Treasurer Grier Martin about renovating Eumenean Hall and a scrapbook with photographs, programs and newsclippings from 1947 to 1953.
Scope and Contents The College Union administrative records include minutes, correspondence, policies, budget, and reports. The majority of the records were created by the Union Director but there are also records of student committees. There is a main series and a subseries of publications, RG 6/3.1b. There are three other series related to the College Union: RG 6/3.2 Union Board, RG 6/3.3 Artist Series, and RG 6/3.4 Contracts. The Administrative collection contains correspondence, minutes, reports, contracts,...
Scope and Contents The collection contains minutes, constitutions, correspondence, class and roll books, membership books, credit books, treasurer's books, records from the Junior Eumenean Society, a scrapbook, some printed material, and memorabilia. The minutes are from 1838-1935, 1950-1957, and 1984-1987. There is also a photocopy of the minutes from 1838-1843 which can be found at the end of the collection. Unfortunately, the minutes from the first 38 meetings of the Society have been lost, as have the...
Scope and Contents The Self Study files cover the period 1965 to 1997, with the majority of records being from the 1974 and 1985 Self Studies. The files include minutes of individual committees, reports of offices and departments, background documentation, the final reports to the Southern Association of College and Schools (SACS) and the reports of the Visiting Committees. These files provide information on the state of various departments and campus office and the recommendations made to change them in 1965,...
Scope and Contents This collections consists of a "black book" maintained by Mr. Hudson. With the words "strictly confidential" inscribed on the front, the book served as Mr. Hudson's address and rating book for women. In the book, one finds names, addresses, and individual ratings for these women. The ratings system is detailed in the book with classifications such as A for average, B for beautiful, G for gorgeous, H for hot, etc. Also included in the book are style tips, football scores and schedules, and...
Scope and Contents The collection of Pandeinic Society records is small. There are minutes from 1921-1925. These contain information about the founding members of the society, about political aspects, orations, and debates. There is a credit book with information from 1919-1926 which lists members names and their activities related to the society, such as debates, orations, and essays. [When the society was founded, it was agreed that credits that had been earned by Eumenean Society members could be transferred...