Item is volume 10, issue no. 19 of University News, published on February 28, 1980. Articles include: Dr. Donald Betts appointed Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Science; and women's basketball wins the AUAA title, with the Dr. Carol Savoy, as coach.
Item is a portrait of Lord Dalhousie copied from an earlier painting; the decorative border framing the drawing is partially rendered on paper and affixed to the illustration board. The drawing was commissioned for One Hundred Years of Dalhousie, 1818–1918 (1920), and reproduced in D.C. Harvey, An Introduction to the History of Dalhousie University (1938).
File contains a scrapbook assembled by Ruth Marilyn (Goodman) Pink commemorating events from her graduation from Dalhousie University and a few years after. The scrapbook contains programs from Dalhousie Glee Club and other musical performances; a 1936 Dalhousie convocation program; congratulatory telegrams and greeting cards sent to Goodman; remnants of dried flowers; dance cards; place cards with attached pencils; menus; a Valentine card and other greeting cards. There are also photographs of Ruth Goodman; Rose Goodman; Jeanette Goodman; members of the Class of 1936; unidentified family and friends; White Point Beach; the Annapolis Valley; Pictou Lodge; and Sydney. A copy of Alice Simensky's obituary (1918-2015) is tucked into the back of the scrapbook.
Item is a scrapbook assembled by Ruth Marilyn (Goodman) Pink while she was a student at Dalhousie University. The scrapbook contains dance cards with attached pencils; schedules and memorabilia from freshman initiation; dinner napkins, place cards and menus; ticket stubs and programs from Dalhousie Glee Club and other events; small metal charms and other ephemera; and envelopes containing remnants of dried flowers. There are also photographs of Goodman's university friends; her room in Shirreff Hall; Dalhousie campus; and vacations.
Item is volume 10, issue no. 4 of University News, published on October 11, 1979. Articles includes one on honorary degree recepients: Joyce L. Robinson; Dr. Maurice Van Vliet; and Dr. Hugh A. Noble. Also there is an article on Dr. Henry D. Hicks receiving an honorary degree from Acadia University.