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The Student Affairs collection is a sprawling record group containing documentation from university offices devoted to student life, activities, and issues, as well as materials from specific student organizations. These student groups include sororities, fraternities, and groups organized around a wide variety of social, cultural, and academic interests. Administrative files document campus food service, scholarships, policies and procedures, strategic planning,
The Freedom Day footage is from an unfinished film project produced by Gordon Quinn, Jerry Temaner, and others when they were students at the University of Chicago and before they formed Kartemquin Films. The original footage was shot in Chicago on October 22, 1963, during a one-day school boycott and march on the headquarters of the Chicago Board of Education
INform was the departmental newsletter of the Illinois Institute of Technology’s Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering.
The Multicultural Affairs archival collection is a compilation of various documents regarding minorities and diversity at Rosary/Dominican University. In 1936, Rosary College admitted two African American sisters from the Oblate Sisters of Providence. Correspondence reflects issues and terms of their acceptance. The collection also includes material regarding ""COM-IN"", a volunteer based summertime inner-city youth program for school age children. "
The Northwestern University Archives Subject Files reflect significant events, groups and issues that have occurred at Northwestern University.
The Office for Access and Equity offers a variety of services to UIC and Represents the campus to federal and state agencies as well as to the higher education community on issues related to affirmative action, equal opportunity, harassment, and diversity. It also coordinates affirmative action programs, as well as training and counseling on issues of discrimination and harassment. The
Established in October of 1990, NUBIA (Northwestern University Black-Wimmin In Action) was formed to address the needs of African-American women—faculty, staff, and students—at Northwestern University. The mission of NUBIA was to promote advancement, equitable treatment, and employment opportunities for black women at Northwestern University. NUBIA fulfilled its mission by organizing events and speakers geared toward its membership but open to
The Records of the Department of African American Student Affairs (AASA), filling three boxes and spanning the years 1966 to 2001, contain valuable information on the development of the Black community at Northwestern University. The bulk of the records consist of historical information and materials relating to organizations, programs, and events under the sponsorship of the office. The Historical Records