Collection number: UV 17/1
Size: (26 items) (0.33 cu.ft.)
About the Miscellaneous Videotapes
This series contains videotapes covering a variety of subjects associated with the university.
This collection is open.
Copyright is retained by the University of New Hampshire (unless otherwise noted).
[Identification of item], Miscellaneous Videotapes, 1989-2004, UV 17/1, Milne Special Collections and Archives, University of New Hampshire Library, Durham, NH, USA.
These records were transferred to the University Library for storage prior to the establishment of the University Archives in 1992 with subsequent additions through 2005.
|Tape 1||February 21, 1991||Black Issues in Higher Education: Rise in Campus Racism
Produced by Cox, Matthews and Associates, Inc.
|Tape 2||April 6, 1992||UNH/Dartmouth Industrial Research, Press Conference|
|Tape 3||April 21, 1989||Documentation of TKE Destruction
Created for Greek Affairs coordinator Bill Kidder using a handheld camcorder.
|Tape 4||May 2, 1993||News Sunday. WGOT Channel 60 (Manchester)
Interview with Pres. Dale Nitzschke concerning state funding for USNH
|Tape 5||November 9, 1992||Local new coverage of the rally sponsored by the UNH Against Rape
WMUR Channel 9, WGOT Channel 60 and WBZ Channel 4, unedited
|Tape 6||March 5, 1994||Saturday Today. NBC Network
The Saturday Today show discusses Academic Freedom in relation to the sexual harrassment case filed by female students against J. Donald Silva, a professor of English in the Thompson School of Applied Science. Silva filed suit in federal court against the University of New Hampshire and some of its officials charging they had violated his academic freedom and free speech rights by suspending him from teaching after he made remarks in class that some students deemed sexual harassment.
|Tape 7||September 28, 1994||On Line. Channel 12, Portsmouth
Portsmouth attorney Paul McEachern give his views on Academic Freedom in relation to the Donald Silva case. Silva filed suit in federal court against the University of New Hampshire and some of its officials charging they had violated his academic freedom and free speech rights by suspending him from teaching after he made remarks in class that some students deemed sexual harassment.
|Tape 8||Buck's Cafe
Narrated by Fritz Weatherbee
Buck's Cafe in Dover, NH was a popular hang out for UNH students from 1952 until it closed in June, 1980.
|Tape 9||UNH Continuing Education
Length: 30 sec.
Commercial for UNH Continuing Education, ca. 1980s
|Tape 10||May 15, 1991||Using Diaries in Writing History
Speaker: Laurel Ulrich.
Sponsored by Friends of the UNH Library
|Tape 11||May 20, 1993||News Nine Broadcast. Motor Voter Bill.
Channel 9 coverage of UNH student Joel presenting Pres. Bill Clinton with a t-shirt commemorating his signing of the Motor Voter Bill.
|Tape 12||2/16/2000||Mary Yan Can Cook
UNH Hospitality Services hosts the Great Chefs on Campus program. This file shows a cooking demonstration in the Strafford Room in the MUC with Mary Ann Esposito and Martin Yan.
|Tape 13||This is New Hampshire
Fritz Weatherbee narrates this PR piece about the role of NHPTV in delivering New Hampsire's story to the state.
|Tape 14||October 16, 1998||Plymouth State Theatre: A New Sensation
Students discuss their experiences working in the theatre program at Plymouth.
|Tape 15||June 1995||NHSE: Encyclopedia of New England Culture
David Watters and Burt Feintuch, co-editors of the Encyclopedia of NE Culture, are interviewed on the New Hampshire Southeast program.
|Tape 16||Career Services: It's not just a job
Promotion of the University career services.
|Tape 17||March 13, 2004||Delia Cox
This is a clip of a story on Delia Cox featured on NBC News 4 at 5 o'clock. Delia is the daughter of UNH hockey stand-out Ralph Cox. UNH provided photos and game footage of Ralph Cox for the piece.
|Tape 18||1990||Paying For College: What Are Your Options?
This piece, produced by New Hampshire Journal, explains the Educational Talent Search program, one of four federally funded TRIO programs (Educational Opportunity for low-income and Disabled Americans) based at UNH.
|Tape 19||June 11, 1999||Rededication of Daggett Reading Room
Gwynne Harris Daggett taught English and Humanities at UNH from 1942 to 1969. In 1972 the forum room in the Dimond Library was dedicated to Daggett for his accomplisments as a teacher as well as a champion of academic freedom. When the library was renovated in 1998, his portrait, painted by UNH artist, John Hatch, was hung in a reading area on level four, which was rededicated as the Daggett Reading Room on June 11, 1999. The event was was filmed on home video by his daughter, Barbara D. Merriam.
|Tape 20||June 5, 2002||UNH Dining Video, Freshmen Orientation
Length: 10 min.
Producer/Editor: Jeff Palmer, Flicker Picture Productions
Camera: Eric Gleske, Jeff Palmer
|Tape 21||Aug. 29, 2003||Steppingstones for People Living with Brain Injury
Produced by UNH Video Services
|Tape 22||2001||Moments to Remember: Senior Video
Stories from senior students, funniest moments, and athletics
|Tape 23||Deferred Maintenance
VP Pat Miller talks about the challenges of maintaining the UNH physical plant.
|Tape 24||Jan. 24, 1991||Open Forum on War in the Gulf
Panel of UNH professors Doug Wheeler, Bernard Gordon, Alistar Drysdale and John Voll give their views on the Gulf War, followed by audience questions and answers.
|Tape 25||FITSI 2003
|Tape 26||1990||Trustees Meeting to Appoint Dale Nitzschke|