Students -- Recreation
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
The Thomas Andrews collection contains photographs related to Michigan State University. The images include students on a beach with a keg drinking and smoking. Other images include women students looking out of windows of a building, the inside of a stationoray or bookstore, students walking on the sidewalks of campus, students in a laboratory, the cover of the 1958 yearbook, and contact sheets of aerial views of campus.
William Purdy Peters papers consist of a nine page paper entitled "Opening Closed Doors," which describes Michigan State University from about 1926 to 1928, when Peters was a student. The paper discusses classes (physical education, English, and animal husbandry), Reserve Officer Training Corp, professors, students, student activities (including hazing and class rush), and the city of East Lansing.