Silent video containing still shots of things relating to William Coverdale's architecture in Kingston and Leon Krier's villa. First 15 min. of video is a slideshow buildings and architectural plans created by Coverdale, which is repeated again once it is over. Afterwards the next 3 min. of video consists of shots of a model of a villa which was designed by Krier, which is repeatednine times.
Part 1. Main Speaker(s): Harry Brown. Clips from CBC TV show Take 30. Begins with segment on The Jupiter Effect which would end the world on March 10, 1982 (the day after the show). Afterward comes a segment on a group of Canadian tapestries on loan to the Barbican Centre. The next segment is on how more and more Canadian families are getting multiple sources of income due to the increased number of wives joining the workforce, as well as the downsides of that. Part 2.Video on the history of women attending Queen's University, including their fight for equality in the university. Footage is a slideshow of photographs of women from Queen's history. Part 3. CKWS News segment on how electrical engineering students at Queen's will start designing silicon microchips, one of the first centres like it in the world.
Various different Queen's professors and administrative faculty present a series of clips showing important research and events happening across Queen's in 1980-1981, presumably created for alumni. Clips are of research by different engineering departments, football updates, the appointment of Agnes Benedickson as Chancellor, and random stock shots of Kingston. Each clip lasts from 1-5 minutes.