College students -- Michigan -- East Lansing
Found in 195 Collections and/or Records:
Eva Diann Coryell's papers consist of excerpts from the Faculty Minutes and from Madison Kuhn's book "Michigan State: The First Hundred Years". Also included is a list of Michigan Agricultural College (now Michigan State University) graduates of 1879.
The collection includes a photograph of Excalibur members from 1968, membership list for 1967-1968 and membership list of Blue Key for 1967-1968. There is also a photograph of a framed membership certificate sitting on a shelf.
The Ezra Wilson scrapbook contains postcards, tickets, programs relating to activities at the Phi Delta Literary Society (Phi Delta Theta Fraternity) and at Michigan Agricultural College (now Michigan State University), and photographs of friends and campus life. A report card dated 1914 lists Wilson's classes and standings to that date.
Records of the Farmhouse Fraternity consist of one volume entitled, "Farmhouse Faces 1984," a record of the fraternity's 23rd National Biennial Conclave held in 1964 at Michigan State University. There is also a 1961 national pledge and member handbook as well as photographs of members.
Starting in approximately 1990 until approximately 2001, under the direction of Prof. Anita Skeen, freshman and sophomore students prepared a time capsule every year to document their world for future generations in a closed deposit at MSU Special Collections for 100 years.
This collection consists of a scrapbook, class notes, newspapers, publications, posters, and ephemera from Ford Peabody's time as an undergraduate student at Michigan Agricultural College.
This collection contains a minute book with the constitution and by laws of the club at its creation, attendance rolls and minutes of the meetings. The minutes for 1912-1913 contain receipts, and dues as well as meeting information. The papers folder contains a financial statement of the club and correspondence with the Intercollegiate Association of Forestry Clubs. Also included is a newsletter from 1967.
This collection consists of materials relating to Frank Peabody's time as a student at Michigan State College, as well as his career as a professor at Michigan State University. Included are correspondence, photographs, newspapers, course materials, publications, and materials from the Summer Institute in Biology.