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Euphoria : part 2

Item is a videocassette of the annual variety show with first-, second-, and third-year Dalhousie Medical School students competing against one another. The students are judged on participation, presentation, and performance. The tape was requested by the Dalhousie Medical Students' Society (DMSS).

Euphoria : part 1

Item is a videocassette of the annual variety show with first-, second-, and third-year Dalhousie Medical School students competing against one another. The students are judged on participation, presentation, and performance. The tape was requested by the Dalhousie Medical Students' Society (DMSS).

Residents

Item is a videocassette of handheld, unedited footage of a street, people walking by the camera, views outside the Killam Hospital, and rehearsals for a song-and-dance variety show. The video was requested by Dr. McCormick from the Department of Psychiatry.

Nova Scotia Agricultural College beanie hat

File contains a Nova Scotia Agricultural College beanie hat made of blue and gold coloured felt. It has the letters “AC” adhered to it, and a ram head stitched on it. Tradition for decades was they were given to first year students (“frosh”) upon arrival at the NSAC for "Frosh", or orientation week and worn by freshman all week.

Student activities at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College

File contains photographs of Nova Scotia Agricultural College students and faculty. Photographs were taken within buildings (laboratories, barns, library, machinery shed, and mess hall), and outdoors on campus at various spaces including farm yard, residences, and fields. These were taken approximately in the 1960's and 1970's

Nova Scotia Agricultural College satirical theater script

File contains a satirical script (ca. 1971) for a play focused on student life, the academic calendar, and social interests of the day at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College. Topics include College Royal, sheep management, etc. It includes a list of actors: R. W. Hounsell (potentially NSAC faculty circa 1960s?); Ray Porth (NSAC Biology Faculty 1970-1980); J.S. Bubar (NSAC Class ’50, and Plant Science faculty); Stuart Smith (NSAC Faculty 1964 to 1991; Len Eaton (NSAC Professor of Biology circa 1970’s and 1980’s (?); and, Gordon Delaney.

Nova Scotia Agricultural College 1945-1992 student athletics records

Subseries contains records relating to students athletics at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College. Included is a photograph of the 1945-1946 Nova Scotia Agricultural College hockey team and a photocopy of a newspaper article including the same photo and a caption with regard to a reunion of the Truro and District Hockey League that took place May 9, 1992 [?] at Keddy's.

Biology Department - Debates

File contains photographs of Duane Gish (item 2) and Mark Ragan (item 1). - Photographs taken by Wamboldt-Waterfield Photography Limited (items 1-2). - Public debate "Creation vs. Evolution." Graduate biology student Mark Ragan debated for the side of evolution and Dr. Duane Gish, Associate Director of the Institute for Creation Research in San Diego, Calfornia, argued for creation.

Wamboldt-Waterfield Photography Limited

Photographs of the Nova Scotia Agricultural College August 1976 open house

File contains negative photographs of the August 1976 open house Nova Scotia Agricultural College. There are 4 sets of negatives, they include people sitting at tables outdoors around a field in 1970s era clothing, people watching a marching pipes and drum band, some of the photographs feature the campus barn and silos in background, one shows Clydesdale horses pulling a wagon with approx. 8 people seated.

Photographs and audio visual materials of the Nova Scotia Agricultural College from 1892 to 2015

Series contains graphic materials of the students, staff, and faculty of the Nova Scotia Agricultural College. There are also photographs of the campus landscape and buildings and also the School of Agriculture or the College of Agriculture as it was originally known. Subseries' include aerial views, animals, buildings, campus events, students, staff, faculty and principals of the Nova Scotia Agricultural College between 1892-2015.