Student life (university function)
Found in 45 Collections and/or Records:
The Loyola University Maryland oral history collection, 2011-2021, contains interviews with people affiliated with Loyola University Maryland, primarily conducted by students in David Carey Jr.'s class HS485: Oral History in the Americas. The collection includes interview transcripts as well as audio and video files.
Phi Alpha Theta (PAT), the National Honor Society in History, was established at Loyola University Maryland in 1973. This collection, dated 1964-1993, consists of correspondence, founding documents, photographs, and publications.
The Loyola University Maryland photograph collection documents the history of the university from 1867 through 2011. The collection contains prints in various sizes, contact sheets, slides, and negatives and also houses some illustrations and engravings.
The Poisoned Cup Players, a student-run theater group, was established in 1991. This collection, dated from 1992-2016, consists of posters and programs.
The Radio Club, also known as the Amateur Radio Club, was formed in 1956. This collection, dated 1960s-1970s, 1996, consists of QSL (Query Station Location) cards, the organization's constitution, correspondence, news clippings, meeting minutes, and an explanation of two-way radio transmission.
The Secchi Scientific Society was organized by Fr. John Ryan in 1893. The collection, dated 1890-1915, consists of founding documents, meeting minutes, essays and papers, and a journal.
Sodality at Loyola was founded on December 8, 1852; the organization had several names. This collection, dated from 1852-1957, consists of founding documents, meeting minutes, lists of members and officers, correspondence, and programs.
The Spotlight Players, a completely student-run theatre company, was founded in 2003. This collection, dated from 2004-2017, consists of posters and programs.
The Loyola University Maryland Student Government Association records document the activities and history of the university's student government, currently known as the Student Government Association (SGA). The records date from 1939-circa 2010, and consist of business records, financial records, and publications.
Loyola University Maryland student organization records document student organizations for which the archives has only a small amount of records. The collection, dated 1917-2018, consists of business and financial records, correspondence, founding documents, news clippings, posters, programs, and publications.