Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 158 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: AC 80
Overview This collection contains many brochures and programs for various college music productions and performances, as well as newspaper clippings about performances, tickets, music scores to plays and itineraries for performances. Groups and programs covered include the Beloit Janesville Symphony Orchestra (BJSO), Glee Club, and the Performing Arts Series.
Identifier: AC 81
Overview This collection contains brochures, schedules, correspondence, other promotional materials, and ephemera from Beloit College’s New Student Days (also known as Freshman Days) orientation week. Also included is information regarding the College's Ten Day Language Orientation Program.
Identifier: AC 21
Overview The Beloit College registers are lists of 19th and early 20th century Beloit College and Academy students. They were created and kept by the Archaean Union (and its progenitor literary societies), Professor Joseph Porter, and an unknown individual. They contain information such as who served in the Civil War, hometowns, parents' names, and club affiliations, amongst various other data.
Identifier: AC 92
Overview Most of these materials were generated by the ad hoc Christian College Committee and the Spiritual Life committee. In general, the documents pertain to religion and religious discussions on campus around the 1950s until the 1970s. They also pertain to the creation of the Spiritual Life Program from 2002-2003. Additionally, there are materials pertaining to the relationship between the college and religion and local churches and the college to present.
Identifier: AC 103
Overview The annual Beloit College student symposium showcases student research in the form of papers and presentations. This collection contains mostly programs and planning documentation for the annual student symposia, including the general research symposium, the international symposium, and the short-lived summer symposium. The documents cover the entire lifetime of the events from the year prior to the 1st Annual Student Symposium in 1977 to the first International Student Symposium in 2002...
Identifier: AC 105
Overview This collection contains materials relating to Beloit College's drama and theatre programs. The bulk of the collection is comprised of photographs of and programs for plays performed at the college by both student and professional troupes, including the Beloit College Players, New American Theatre, Court Theatre, the Festival Theatre program, and other visiting groups. There are various press releases, ads, newspaper clippings, and information on student groups, as well as many original...
Identifier: AC 106
Overview The treasurer's annual reports, early versions of which were actually published twice annually, contain balance sheets, general statements of income and expenses, and exhibits of funds. These reports were given to the Board of Trustees. The collection here covers the years of 1891-1950.
Identifier: MC 63
Overview William "Bill" Kolb was Beloit College's Dean of the College and Provost from 1964-1975. This collection primarily contains materials he created or received while he served that office. Topics covered include the Black Demands of 1969, Christian College Committee, the Danforth Foundation, early Beloit Plan, academic departmental reports, development opportunities, and the South End Complex project. There is also personal correspondence, biographies, news releases and articles about Kolb,...
Identifier: AC 112
Overview This collection contains predominantly military service records for Beloit College and other local community members, with brief biographical information. There are also articles, correspondence, faculty and trustee meeting minutes, photographs, and pamphlets about various aspects of Beloit College's involvement in World War I.
Identifier: AC 113
Overview This artificial collection contains documents pertaining to Beloit College's involvement in World War II. There is information on college courses and training programs offered, student and faculty service records, official United States military bulletins, brochures and pamphlets on attending college during wartime, newspaper clippings (primarily from the Round Table), history and remembrances of the College during WWII, photos, and Committee on Military Service correspondence and...