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Folder of materials on ABUSUA, a West African drumming and dance ensemble at Tennessee Tech University.

circa 1991-2006

Records of the Tennessee Tech University Office of the Dean of Students. The bulk of materials are files kept on student organizations recognized by Tennessee Tech. Materials include rosters, end of year reports, applications for events, and correspondence.

Letter from Dr. S. K. Ballal to Susan Pangle volunteering to serve as the faculty advisor for the Tennessee Tech University Peace and Human Rights Alliance.

1969-01-06

Request for a social function submitted by the Peace and Human Rights Alliance at Tennessee Tech University. 

1970-03-23

Group photograph of members of the Tennessee Tech University Caper Corp for the yearbook. Lanita Adams, Anita Goodwin, and Courtney Young are pictured seated while Liz Butler, Jenny McDougal, and Dale Stapp are standing behind them. The members are wearing military style uniforms.

1979-02

Request for a fundraiser submitted by the Peace and Human Rights Alliance at Tennessee Tech University.

1970-03-17

Request for a fundraiser submitted by the Peace and Human Rights Alliance at Tennessee Tech University.

1970-03-17

Born-digital editions of The Eagle yearbook originally distributed on DVDs. Includes the software executable files and the video, image, and text files that make up the yearbooks.

2004-2009

Memorandum from Tennessee Tech University Director of Social Activities Susan Pangle to Dr. S. K. Ballal about the need for the Peace and Human Rights Alliance to redo their request for an off-campus speaker.

1970-02-05

Letters regarding Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. South Central Region Director Bonita Gillespie's efforts to establish a chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., at Tennessee Tech University and a pamphlet on the sorority.

1989-1997

Page 132 from the Eagle yearbook for 1980-1981 on the Tennessee Tech University

1981

Page 138 of the Tennessee Tech University Eagle yearbook for 1988-1989. Includes a group photograph of Foot Frat.

1989

 

1981-10-29

Clipping from page 4 of the July 7, 1978 issue of The Oracle student newspaper on fraternity and sorority rush at Tennessee Tech University.

1978-07-07

Group photograph of the Black Student Organization published on page 102 of the Tennessee Tech University Eagle yearbook for 1986-1987.

1987

Page 181 from the Eagle yearbook for 1981-1982.

1982

Page 110 of the Tennessee Tech University Eagle yearbook for 1988-1989. Includes a group photograph of the Black Student Organization and a photograph of the organization performing Snow Black and the Seven Dudes for the Dinner Theater.

1989

Group photograph of the Black Student Organization published on page 104 of the Tennessee Tech University Eagle yearbook for 1987-1988.

1988

Page 112 of the Tennessee Tech University Eagle yearbook for 1988-1989 on the Black Student Organization. Includes a photograph of a couple posing together at the Black Student Organization formal.

1989

Group photograph of the Tennessee Tech Black Student Organization at a meeting of the organization.

1979-02

Group photograph of the Tennessee Tech Black Student Organization at a meeting of the organization.

1979-02

Group photograph of the Tennessee Tech Black Student Organization at a meeting of the organization.

1979-02

Photograph of a meeting of the Tennessee Tech Black Student Organization.

1979-02

Photograph of a meeting of the Tennessee Tech Black Student Organization.

1979-02

Photograph of a meeting of the Tennessee Tech University Black Student Organization.

1979-02

Photograph of a meeting of the Tennessee Tech Black Student Organization.

1979-02

Photograph of a meeting of the Tennessee Tech Black Student Organization.

1979-02

Photograph of a meeting of the Tennessee Tech Black Student Organization.

1979-02

Photograph of a meeting of the Tennessee Tech Black Student Organization.

1979-02

Flyer for the National Society of Black Engineers Tennessee Tech chapter's Homemade Hand Sanitizer Experiment event on October 21, 2020, in the Roaden University Center Multipurpose Room.

2020

Monthly newsletter of the National Society of Black Engineers Tennessee Tech chapter.

2020-08

Monthly newsletter of the National Society of Black Engineers Tennessee Tech chapter. The issue features two photographs from the Homemade Hand Sanitizer Experiment and descriptions of the Among Us Game Night, Battle of the Majors, Basketball Tournament, and Homecoming Week events.

2020-11

Bibliography for "'Imagine Going Half A Day And Not Seeing Anybody That Looks Like You': A History Of Black Students And Employees At Tennessee Tech" exhibit. The bibliography is organized by the pages and sub-sections of the exhibit. It includes hyperlinks to digital materials.

2021-04-19

Constitution of the Tennessee Tech University Sons of Solomon, a historically Black Freemason student organization.

circa 1990s

Letter from Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. South Central Region Director Bonita Gillespie to Tennessee Tech University Assistant Vice President for Student Services Marc Burnett regarding efforts to establish a chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. at Tech.

1990-02-05

Pamphlet on the history, structure, and programs of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.

1997

Letter from Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. South Central Region Director Bonita Gillespie to Betty Salters regarding Gillespie's request for information on the procedure for establishing a chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. at Tennessee Tech University.

1989-12-27

Constitution of the Tennessee Tech University West African drumming and dance ensemble student organization, ABUSUA.

circa 1991-2006

Application for the Tennessee Tech Stand Up for America Club to become an officially recognized student organization at Tennessee Technological University. The club was a white supremacist student organization founded in reaction to the civil rights movement and affiliated with the White Citizens' Council of America and the Putnam County Citizens' Council.

1968-07-26

Group portrait of the Omicron Phi Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. at Tennessee Tech University taken for the yearbook. Pictured from left to right are Keith Madison, Willie Maddox, Kevin Pugh, Corey Smith, Earl Smith Jr., and Perry Smith.

1991-10-09

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