Found in 29 Collections and/or Records:
Contains supplemental manual for GERMS EMT-B Training Class, fall 1998 (taught by Andrew T. Clark, Director of Training) and Brady 8th Edition "Emergency Care".
Two boxes. Box 1 contains Constitution, Mission Statement, histories by Ben Smith (B'99) and Andrew Milmore (C'01), and material re activities. Much relates to Collegiate Licensing Company (CLC) code of conduct protests, 1997-1998. Box 2 contains newspaper clippings, 1998-2006. Topics covered include CLC code and Living Wage Coalition (LWC).
The Greek Society was founded in 1856 as a literary association. Its membership was, according to Francis Barnum, S.J.'s "stray notes", confined to "Such students from the higher classes as were willing to devote special attention to the study of Greek Literature, beyond what was required in their regular class work." Present are: proceedings; correspondence; and [membership?] certificates.
"Assassins", a musical by John Weidman and Stephen Sondheim, was presented by the Mask and Bauble Dramatic Society in 2005. The show was produced by Jamie Gahlon and directed by Micheal Kocher. Included in the collection are a program, an album of color photographs, and a video recording of a performance. Also included is an album of color photographs from an earlier Mask and Bauble presentation of "Assassins" in 1997.
Contains a mounted photograph of First Lady Lady Bird Johnson. Inscription reads: "To the Mask and Bauble Club of Georgetown University, with appreciation for lending your time and talents to the White House Festival of the Arts and with best wishes, Lady Bird Johnson."
Contains material (programs, tickets, invitations, correspondence, clippings) re activity/performances by student musical groups. Also programs, tickets, dance cards from student proms and dances. From the 1950s onwards, material is included re concerts by professional music groups. Issues surrounding these types of events (damages, disruptions, drug use, etc.), their cancellation in 1970 and reinstatement in 1971 are discussed.