RIT International Student Club constitution
Scope and Contents
The collection consists of one copy of the constitution of the RIT International Student Club. The constitution documents the purpose of the Club, defines membership requirements and officer duties, organization of elections and committees, and funding. The constitution was most likely written in 1955, with a preamble written in 1957. Also included is a brief clipping on a 1959 lecture by Dr. Arthur J. May, professor at the University of Rochester, given at a meeting of the Club.
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Historical Information: for the RIT International Student Club
The RIT International Student Club was formed in 1955 by a group of foreign students to promote a better understanding between foreign and American students. However, membership was open to anyone interested in international affairs, and several American students joined the club. In its first year, the club sponsored several panel discussions dealing with the Middle East, Indonesia, and other current affairs. The International Student Club is no longer active. It is unclear when it disbanded.
Constitution of the RIT International Student Club, written in 1955. Also contains a brief clipping regarding the club.
Collection materials are arranged chronologically.
C.S. South, Shelf 809, Box 208
Finding aid created by Amy Vilz in August 2011.
- RIT International Student Club constitution
- RIT Archives
- Amy Vilz
- 01 August 2011
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