Students -- Nevada -- Reno
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: NUB 19/01/01
Identifier: AC 0236
Abstract The campus government was established in the fall of 1896, and was primarily concerned about creating and enforcing campus traditions. It developed into the Associated Students of the University of Nevada (ASUN) about 1908. Officials, elected at the end of each school year, assume their duties at the beginning of the following semester. Collection includes minutes of the student body meetings, 1916-1929; reports of the finance board, 1926-1956; reports by the outgoing president to the incoming...
Identifier: AC 0272
Overview The records in this collection include ASUN Senate minutes, correspondence, organizational documents, marketing material about ASUN events, publications, reports, ASUN Bookstore records, Wolves Frolic programs, and information about recognized honorary and social student organizations. Club records may include articles of incorporation, correspondence, and event flyers. Of interest is a poster autographed by entertainer Red Skelton concerning his 1983 appearance on campus to give a lecture.
Identifier: AC 0578
Abstract On October 27, 1916, a group of ten male students sent a letter to the University President expressing their wish to establish a secret organization for upper-classmen to be known as Coffin and Keys, with membership limited to 15 students. They envisioned the organization's role to be beneficial for the University, by personal example and advisement to improve student life and activities, to act as a medium between faculty and students, and to help the reputation of the University by raising...
Identifier: AC 0570
Abstract Dance classes were offered by the Department of Physical Education, later known as the Recreation and Physical Education Department, from 1976-77 through 1989-90. The College of Human and Community Sciences became the home of the Recreation, Physical Education and Dance Department from 1990-91 through 1996-97. The Recreation, Physical Education and Dance Department Collection consists of videocassettes, video reels, issues of various dance magazines, audio reels, vinyl lp records, and the...
Identifier: AC 0030
Overview The Department of Intercollegiate Athletics administers the University's men's and women's intercollegiate sports programs. The University of Nevada, Reno was a member of the Northern California Athletic Conference from 1954-1968, the West Coast Athletic Conference from 1969-1979, and the Big Sky Conference from 1979-1992. The collection consists of 198 reels of 16mm film and VHS copies produced by the Athletic Department of the University of Nevada, Reno of intercollegiate athletic events....
Identifier: AC 0317
Abstract SPURS (Sacrifice, Patriotism, Understanding, Responsibility, and Service) is a sophomore student service organization founded in Montana in 1922 and was originally for women only. The University of Nevada SPURS, formerly Pages, joined the national organization in 1963, and became a co-ed group in 1977/78. During 1989/90, they disaffiliated themselves from the national SPURS and became a local campus organization, adopting the name Sabers.Collections consist primarily of scrapbooks, 1965-1990,...
Identifier: AC 0553
Overview Upward Bound, established in 1967, provides academic activities, career counseling, cultural events, educational field trips, housing, and tutoring for low income and first generation high school students with the goal of helping them succeed in graduating from high school and preparing them for success in college or post-secondary vocational training. Collection contains materials from both the Summer Academy and Academic Year programs, administrative records, college tour handbooks, teaching...
Identifier: AC 0610
Abstract The Wolf Pack Edge Collection includes media guides and marketing material for several University Wolf Pack sports, athletes, and coaches; the first two issues of "The Total Pack Edge" newspaper, along with master pages and covers for some of its issues; transcripts of some of its articles; business records; and biographical information about founder and publisher Ken Moen. Included are CDs and zip disks containing varied content from the newspaper.