Series consists of: Dalhousie University yearbooks: Pharos; College of Pharmacy yearbooks: Mortar & Pestle, and Modo Opimum; Faculty of Law yearbooks: Dalhouse Law School; and Amicus Curia; School of Physiotherapy yearbooks; and Dalhousie University Department of Education yearbooks. Includes the yearbooks of the Nova Scotia Technical College, and the Technical University of Nova Scotia.
Series contains a collection of Brian Hall's reference cards used for citations. Materials include two sharp card sorters used for cohesively organising and finding individual groups of cards. There are approximately 20 000 reference cards. The cards deal with a variety of scientific topics, including but not limited to: the effects of mechanical stress on cartilage in vitro; a clinical overview of neurofibramitosis; and the growth of the facial skeleton in the hominoidea. The card sorters are located in Box 6.
Series contains records of dues deductions for employees that were part of the IBEW Local 1928 union. Series also contains records from associated IBEW Locals, including IBEW Local 1089 (Sydney, Nova Scotia) and IBEW Local 1165 (Windsor, Nova Scotia).
Series contains audio reels from the CKDU radio 88.1 program Telling it Like it is. This program was organized by the anti-poverty group, Humans Against Resource Deprivation (HARD), based in metro Halifax.
Series contains audio reels from the CKDU radio 88.1 program Earth Action. This program is a weekly environmental radio show by the Ecology Action Centre, established in 1971 Nova Scotia after a course held at Dalhousie University called Living Ecology. The program began in 1987, and was a 15 minute show hosted every Monday at 5:30PM consisting of interviews, a feature called “Lets Clean It Up,” (which focused generally around recycling with the immediate goal of increasing individual awareness about dangerous household hazardous waste), and environmental news. The original team consisted of Robert Pross, engineer; Leslie Shaw, Wayne Hall, Cristina Pekarik, Liz and Debrah Westerburg.
Series contains audio reels from the CKDU radio 88.1 program The Masked Genre. This program is a multi-part series focusing on comics, and many of the episodes include references to local Wilkie’s Wonderful World of Comics (located in Lunenburg and Halifax) at beginning.
Series contains audio reels from the CKDU radio 88.1 program No Time for Humour, a half hour long comedy show that ran from 1984 to 1987. It contained original content written and produced by the Seal Cub.
Series contains audio reels from the CKDU radio 88.1 program, Backtrax. This program features artists with a lasting influence in music, and features several multi-part series on different artists. Played Monday to Thursday at 4:00PM.
Series contains audio reels from the CKDU radio 88.1 program New World Stories. This program features author readings and interviews, and includes David McGimpsey, Mark Leger, Michael Kaufman, and Michael Ondaatje among others. It is hosted by Anne Graham.
Series contains audio reels from the CKDU radio 88.1 program Theatre of the Ear. One of the original shows after CKDU switched to their FM channel, this weekly half-hour radio drama aired radio plays produced with theatre students, as well as shows provided by the British Broadcasting Corporation.
Series contains audio reels from the CKDU radio 88.1 program The Word is Out, a weekly lesbian and gay public affairs series. This show was listed in 1993 as Metro's only lesbian and gay radio show, and played on CKDU's program The Evening Affair. The Word is Out was hosted by Connie Clark, Brenda Barnes, and Dan Hart, among others, and included interviews from Donna Mayer and Nathan Elling. It was produced and created by Halifax locals, and covered news, reviews, and more.
Series contains audio reels from the CKDU radio 88.1 two-part program Rocky Jones on Racism. It features Burnley (Rocky) Jones, a Halifax lawyer, human rights activist, and prisoners rights advocate who fought for the defeat of racism. Jones earned his law degree from Dalhousie University in the 1990s.
Series contains audio reels from the CKDU radio 88.1 program Sportsline. Played on The Evening Affair (CKDU-FM’s evening public affairs program), this sports-based show is hosted by Mark Alberstat and features guests including Dr. Robert Stocker of Dal Health and the Nova Scotia Bodybuilding Association.
Series contains audio reels from the CKDU radio 88.1 program Understanding the Homeless. This show is a five-part series by Donna Mayer (a CKDU Community Reporter) connected to the International Conference of the United Nations Year of the Homeless held in Ottawa.
Series contains materials created by Budge Wilson that not directly related to her career as an author. Files include Budge Wilson's diaries and calendars and materials relating to her job as a fitness instructor and photographer.
Series contains magazines and publications created by Dalhousie University, including print editions of Dalhousie News, Dal Magazine, and other publications. Individual publications are grouped into sub-series.
Series consists of documents accumulated by the administration of the Institute of Public Affairs (IPA). The majority of materials are minutes, memorandums, correspondence, and reports created by, or related to, several committees within the IPA. These committees were designed to develop policies, facilitate decision-making, manage projects, and maintain positive relationships with Dalhousie University administration. Series also contains several news and press releases issued by the IPA to generate publicity for important events hosted by the Institute or achievements of its staff. Series also contains academic plans and program guides produced by the IPA which offer insight into the curriculum at Henson College.
Series contains audio reels from the CKDU radio program, Women's Time. This 15-minute program features news and interviews related to women's issues and women in the arts. It aired on The Evening Affair, CKDU's evening public affairs program.
Series contains manuscripts of unpublished novels, including edited drafts. Other materials include letters from third parties with suggested edits, and rejections or comments from publishing agencies.
Series contains reviews and articles relating to Kerslake’s work and writing. Materials include newspaper clippings, photocopies of reviews from journals or papers, and papers written as class assignments (including an original interview). Material also includes one review and edits written by Kerslake.
Series contains materials documenting the work of the various artists that contributed to Rock Meets Bone. Written material includes scripted introductions, conclusions, and handwritten production notes about each episode and artist.
Series contains materials regarding Brian Hall's lectures and class notes. Written materials include handwritten and typed notes, lecture outlines, annotated articles, crib sheets for tests, and overhead slides with figures.