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Debate Council records

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Identifier: RG-14-040
Overview Debating at Hopkins started as early as 1884 when Woodrow Wilson, then a graduate student, helped found the House of Commons. The records of the Debate Council date from 1895 to 1982, with the vast majority of the records dating from after 1976. Arranged in one series, these records are filed in chronological order. Records from the late 1890s and early 1900s include programs and announcements of debates as well as some financial records and University awards. Later records are more complete...

Jewish Students Association records

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Identifier: RG-14-170
Overview The Jewish Students Association was founded in 1955 to provide social, cultural and religious programs for Jewish students on the Hopkins campus. The records of the Jewish Students Association (JSA) span the period 1976 to 1983, including posters, letters, the JSA newsletter and schedules of activities, correspondence, press releases, some financial information, newspaper clippings, information on the search for a campus rabbi, as well as broadsides and posters.

Phi Delta Kappa records

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Identifier: RG-14-120
Overview Phi Delta Kappa was both a social and a professional fraternity, focusing on education. The fraternity was most active during the 1940s, although it continued into the 1970s. The records of Phi Delta Kappa, Alpha Rho Chapter, are quite sparse, covering only the years 1944 to 1947, and 1971. The records are mostly in the form of newsletters, although a few circular letters and one candidates' list have survived.

Student Committee for Academic Freedom records

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Identifier: RG-14-160
Overview The informal group that would become the Student Committee for Academic Freedom was founded by a group of Hopkins graduate students in 1952, and lasted until 1955.The Committee was motivated primarily by the perceived threat to free research and free discussion posed by Congressional investigations into "un-American activities." The records of the Student Committee for Academic Freedom span the years 1953 to 1956. The Committee's general goal, to protect academic freedom, is well documented by...

Student Council records

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Identifier: RG-14-070
Overview Formed in 1911 at the suggestion of the Athletic Board, the Student Council at first tackled small problems such as the supervision of Freshman Class Elections and the securing of non-fraternity representation on the Cotillion Board. By the mid-1970s, the Student Council adopted its present form: equal representation for all classes, election of the Executive Board at large and the structure of the standing and independent committees. The record group includes minutes, correspondence,...

Student Labor Action Committee records

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Identifier: RG-14-290
Overview Student Labor Action Committee promoted a school/community partnership between the Johns Hopkins University and Baltimore City. The goal of said partnership was to decrease poverty in Baltimore by leading a living wage campaign. The Records of the Student Labor Action Committee span a short period from 1997 to 2005. The bulk of records consist of reference materials for the committee, however, minutes and correspondence do give insight into the goals and accomplishments of the SLAC, with a...

Tau Beta Pi Association records

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Identifier: RG-15-105
Overview The Tau Beta Pi Association is the national engineering honor society. The records of the Maryland Alpha Chapter of Tau Beta Pi, a national engineering honor society, span the years 1919 to 1975.These records document the various activities Tau Beta Pi and reflect the relationship between the Maryland Chapter and the National Association, particularly since 1950.

Unnatural Resources records

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Identifier: RG-14-270
Overview Unnatural Resources was a handbook published annually in the Fall that included information and guides to the city, the campus, the administration and various political groups. The records consist of issues of the handbook, later retitled The Hopkins Guide to Living in Baltimore, from 1981-1985.

WJHU records

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Identifier: RG-14-140
Abstract Although radio station WJHU existed as a student-run station from 1946 through 1986, these records date only from 1976 to 1978. Included in this record group are the Constitution and By-Laws adopted in 1976, the proposal to make WJHU a non-commercial FM station, as well as correspondence and administrative records.