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Materials related to the Rochester Institute of Technology's (RIT) Activities Hour program during the 1960s. The program involved scheduled events such as orientation workshops, lectures, discussion groups, and guest speakers. The collection includes correspondence, schedules, and brochures.
Records of the Rochester Institute of Technology's (RIT) College Union Board. A predecessor to RIT's College Activities Board, the group was formed to plan and provide activities and entertainment for RIT's student body. The collection includes board minutes, annual reports, governance documents, and several miscellaneous items.
This collection accrues materials from RIT's student-run theater and drama clubs. It includes administrative and financial documents, correspondence, playbills, promotional materials, rehearsal schedules, advertising, scrapbook, and clippings.
Materials related to the Rochester Institute of Technology's (RIT) Spring Weekend, an annual event for members of the RIT community. The collection contains planning documents such as meeting minutes, correspondence, and notes, as well as event programs, fliers, newsletters, a movie about the 1966 Spring Weekend and other promotional materials.
Materials related to the Rochester Institute of Technology's Winter Weekend, an annual campus event for students, faculty, and staff. The collection includes program schedules, invitations, and clippings. There is also information on "Art Stuff," a series of lectures that coincided with Winter Weekend.
Small collection of clippings and correspondence related to Phi Gamma Dektol, an unofficial fraternity of photography majors at RIT. The collection also includes a pin and mug belonging to Dektol member William E. Carnahan.
Nine files in jpg format digitized from slides taken by Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) alumni, Gordon Reed in 1964 during the spring weekend parade.
Small collection of leaflets for Brick City Blast, a weekend of activites for RIT students and alumni.
Constitution of the RIT International Student Club, written in 1955. Also contains a brief clipping regarding the club.