Universities and Colleges -- United States -- Societies, etc
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract This collection documents the activities of the Brooks Quimby Debate Council at Bates College, including records that predate the official formation of the Council. The records include administrative files, debate programs and transcripts, correspondence, newspaper articles and clippings, posters, handbooks, and manuals. The collection also contains records documenting the debating honor society Delta Sigma Rho, the Maine Interscholastic Debate League, and Bates' numerous international debates...
Abstract These records contain material pertaining to a number of organizations created by and for Bates College faculty and/or staff. The most detailed records are for the Bates Round Table, founded in 1896 by Professors Alfred W. Anthony and Addison Small, and records for the Bates chapter of Phi Beta Kappa.
Abstract Contains records pertaining to the activities of various student organizations at Bates College. These organizations include clubs for social activities, politics, athletics, religion, student governance, and curricular activities. Prominent groups represented in this collection include the Athletic Association, the Campus Association, the Robinson Players, and the Student Government.