Students--Social life and customs
Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of a formal response to a Afro-American Collegiate Society statement by University president, Joseph Soshnik along with the Executive Dean of Student Affiairs and the Dean of Faculties. The document is dated April 21, 1961.
The records consist of the publication "Ag Rag" from 1955-1959.
The Agricultural Atmosphere is a student newspaper that strove for "More College Unity, More Ag Athletics, More Publicity" and likewise reported on activities concerning these topics.
The collection consists of photographs showing members of the student organization BABW during the 1950s.
On orders from his father, Clyde T. Mastin kept a detailed account of the money he spent during his years at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln from 1895 to May 1899, when he spent $5.00 for his diploma. The remainder of the account book is filled with itemized expenses and income from a period during which he worked for the railroad.
These records include published copies of the yearbooks and annuals produced at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. They include the Sombrero, and the Cornhusker, which represented all class levels. Also included are the Senior Books, an annual devoted to the senior class of their respective years. There are two boxes of photograph prints. There were no yearbooks printed from 1973 to 1998 and after 2001.
Three University of Nebraska fraternity pins.
A scrapbook from Geneva Hewitt, a 1921 University of Nebraska School of Music graduate.
Six University of Nebraska and sorority pins.
Selections from the diary of Ida Rebecca Brockman (later Cornelius) pertaining to her student days at the University of Nebraska, September 1888-November 1889.
Margaret Holland created this scrapbook between 1923-1925 and it contains autographs, memorabilia, and photographs related to her experiences as a student at Edgar High School (Edgar, Nebraska) and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Most of the materials are from her senior year at Edgar High School.
The Ruth K. Irvine, Papers collection consists mostly of holiday greeting cards and brief letters from 1911-1967. Correspondence also includes a few undated letters written by Ruth Irvine to family and friends. The three programs are for the Nineteenth Annual Tech Show “Not a Chance” produced by the student body of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1917, a 1924 band program in Long Beach, California, and the 1936 dedication of the alumnae building at Smith College.
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln Office of Student Involvement records include minutes and programs of the University Program Council, handbooks, workshop materials, and taskforce reports. Many of the records relate to activities on UNL's east campus.