Video is a brief advertisment for Queen's University, potentially to be played on TV. The narrator describes some of the perks and achievements of Queen's, while a page-flipping animation goes through several accompanying photos.
Main Speakers: Dawn Davies, Christa Dickenson, Heli Tuomi, Lori Wellman. Location: Various places around campus. Documentary recorded by four female filmmakers on the events of the 1990 orientation. The dcumentary is presented by playing background footage of the orientation while one of the filmmakers talks about and critiques orientation and its history.
Main Speaker(s): Dr Mary Ellen Avery. Dr Jackie Duffin speaks about the Hannah Happenings, the Dean of Health Science Dr Barry Smith introduces Dr Avery who speaks for the rest of the video. Dr Maxine Clark thanks Dr Avery.
Main Speaker(s): Dr Henry Friesen. Dr Albert Clark introduces Dr Friesen, who speaks for the remainder of the video. Video is only 22 minutes long and ends unexpectedly, either recording was stopped or a part 2 exists somewhere.
Main Speaker(s): Justice Horace Krever. Dr Jackie Duffin talks about the Hannah Happenings, Allison Harvison Young introduces Justice Krever who speaks for the rest of the video. Professor John Matthews thanks Krever for speaking.
Main Speaker: Alfie Kohn. Location: Lecture theatre. Kate Freeman begins by talking about the MacClement lecture series. Afterwards Jim Raffan introduces Kohn, who delivers a lecture for the remainder of the video. After an hour he plays a video of a 3rd grade classroom where a bilingual teacher created an english/spanish hybrid clasroom. Final 10 minutes of video are black screen.