College students -- Michigan -- East Lansing
Found in 195 Collections and/or Records:
The records of the Green Splash Swimming Club consist of club meeting minutes, membership information, negatives, photographs, and scrapbooks (1920-1986) which contain photographs, memorabilia, and water show programs. The bulk of the records revolve around the annual water pageants produced by the swimming club between 1953 and 1976. The earlier years are documented more fully in the club's minutes.
The Guy Speeker papers contain gradebooks for mathematics and physics classes that Speeker taught at Michigan Agricultural College (now Michigan State University). Also included are letters of recommendation for Speeker, correspondence from Speeker as dormitory inspector and correspondence regarding World War I. There is a newspaper clipping about the resignation of M.A.C. President Jonathan Snyder and postcards of M.A.C. students and faculty.
The collection consists of university memorabilia (25 items) including copies of The Spartan, an alumni catalogue, a student handbook, The Helot, Xi Gamma Gabber, blue books, football ticket stubs, a student activity handbook, a sophomore prom dance card and a fraternity banquet invitation.
The Herbert Baer papers consist of letters Baer sent to his family during his freshman year at Michigan State College (now Michigan State University). In the letters he writes about his activities, events attended, his student job in the kitchen and a little bit about his classes. He also writes a little bit about World War II and mentions rationing.
The records consist of the reports “Maternal Involvement in Day Care: A Comparison of Incentives” and “Longitudinal Effects of Classification and Attention Training Curriculum in Head Start and Kindergarten.” Also included are a 1970 funding request and a 1971 budget estimate for a proposed daycare for the children of married students. There is also a newsletter and the executive summary for Creating Caring Communities project.
The International Center records consist of a “MSC Directory of Students from Other Lands” from the fall of 1948. Also included are published and unpublished annual reports from the 1950s.