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Accession #MU2013/68
TopicCampaign: Step Up To The Future
TitleStep up To The Future at Manchester College
SizeOne DVD and one MP4 digital copy
LocationDVD in Media Cabinet, IIS, in order of accession number. MP4 File on Network W, located in file folder identified as MU2013_61 through MU2013_72.
CitationStep up To The Future at Manchester College, MU2013/68, Archives and Church of the Brethren Collection, Funderburg Library, Manchester University, North Manchester, Indiana.
AccessResearchers are responsible for determining copyright status of archived materials where this is relevant to their intended use of the materials.
ProvenanceCollection of the Archives
Scope and Content

A video (VHS tape) supporting the Centennial Campaign Fund focusing on many aspects of the Manchester College educational experience. It emphasizes the need for funding for financial support for students, the maintenance of buildings and improved equipment to meet educational demands.

This first part of the video was produced by David Sollenberger (Class of 1975). The second section of the tape is by Jim Adams.

Date of Accession30 May 2013
Bio History Note

Some of the students featured in the video are: Brenda Mack, Jose Cruz Madrigal, Kathy Kruetzman, Rosalie McBride, Andrea Weed, Tom Hartman, Sheila Auld, Dan Daggett, Angie Horn, Beth Montel, Jing Wei-Hua, Kris Stoneburner, Jenny Williams, Matt Blank, Brad Williams.

Some the instsructors featured are Ken Brown. Art Gilbert, Ed Miller, Albert Williams, Al Deeter, Patricia Cahalan, Robert Cornell, David Good, Gary Zimmerman.

President William Robinson is interviewed.

Greg Miller talks about financial aspects of an education at Manchester College.

Some alumni  interevied are: Welcome Weaver (Class of 1937), Blaine Mikesell (Class of 1937),

The Pre-Medical, Teacher Education, Communications (radio), Brethren Colleges Abroad, and Accounting programs are highlighted. The multicultural diversity of the student population is emphasized.

May Day festivities are included as is A Cappella Choir, theatrical performance, athletics,

Archivist Note

VHS tape digitized by Stan Pittman's Information Technology Services team in May 2013 and discarded by Jeanine Wine in 2018 due to its age, and because the best possible copy had already been made.

Description prepared 28 May 2013 by Jeanine M. Wine and updated 5 March 2018 by Jeanine Wine.


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