Omeka - Digital History at Ursinus

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“New Developments in Africana Studies” was the first event presented by the AAAS Program in collaboration with the Modern Languages Department. The flyer you see here was a preliminary flyer created by Dr. Keita’s son and was later renamed…

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Article from Ursinus Bulletin Spring 1971 announcing the death of Miss Marion Gertrude Spangler.

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Article from the Ursinus College Bulletin January 1985 about Studio Cottage's transition from dormitory and music studio to a counseling center.

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Article from the Ursinus Alumni Journal March 1957 about the acquisition of Studio Cottage, 646 Main Street, 724 Main Street, 942 Main Street, and 944 Main Street.

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Article in the Ursinus College Bulletin Summer 1968 detailing the life of Marion Gertrude Spangler and her career in music

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A screening of the film "Traces of the Trade" at Ursinus leads to a "dialogue about white guilt and white privilege"

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An op-ed by James Shelton describes his disappointment with how a recent town hall meeting on the discussion of racism at Ursinus was conducted

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Report on a town hall meeting discussing the vandalizing of an African-American teacher's podium with a racial epithet.

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A recounting of supernatural occurrences in Unity House, Reimert Hall, and Shreiner Hall. Clamer Hall is breifly mentioned
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