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Dr A. Jagger 1/2

Part 1. Main Speaker(s): Dr A. Jagger. Video is of a discussion on women's issues led by Dr Jagger with several other women.

Queen's University. Queen's Television.

Women?s Club - Dr. P. Connolly 1/2

Part 1. Main Speakers: Dr Connolly. Video is of Dr Connolly presenting a paper on the the wage gap between men and women, including the severity of the gap and the reasons why it exists.

Queen's University. Queen's Television.

5th MacClement Lecture: Langdon Winner - Computers in Education 1/2

Part 1. Main Speaker(s): Howard Smith, Mack Freeman, Langdon Winner. Location: McArthur Hall. Video begins with Smith introducing Freeman, who talks about the MacClement lecture series and introduces Winner. Winner then lectures the audience about how they are going to be integrated into education in the future, and the difficulties they face in becoming part of the classroom environment. Hi specch ends at the end of the video, after which a man thanks him for coming.

Queen's University. Queen's Television.

8th MacClement Lecture: Bert Horwood - Seeing Things Whole 1/2

Part 1. Main Speaker(s): Dr Gar White, Dr James Raffad, Bert Horwood. Location: McArthur Hall. Video begins with Dr White welcoming the audience, talking about the MacClement lectures, and introducing Dr Raffad. Dr Raffad then introduces Horwood, after which a slideshow containing birds, people canoeing, and other outdoor images plays to a background of flute music. Horwood then lectures the audience on the importance of adopting an integrated curriculum designed to encompass the entire human condition, instead of the current system which focuses only on the intellectual portion of life.

Queen's University. Queen's Television.

Showcase - Dept of Music 1/2

Part 1. Location: Grant Hall. Video contains several music pieces performed by different parts of the Faculty of Music. Begins with two pieces by the wind ensemble. Afterwards the choral ensemble performs. Finally, the symphony orchestra performs.
Part 2. Video begins with a performance by the symphonic band. Afterwards, the chamber singers perform. Finally, the jazz ensemble performs three pieces.

Queen's University. Queen's Television.

S.U.R.P. Planning Meeting 1/3

Part 1. Main Speaker(s): S.U.R.P. Planning Committee. Video contains a pitch to develop part of Kingston's waterfront delivered to the planning committee, after which citizens of Kingston discuss their concerns regarding the development.

Queen's University. Queen's Television.

Art Display, Barbican Complex

Part 1. Main Speaker(s): Harry Brown. Location: Take 30 studio. 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.

Queen's University. Queen's Television.

Seat Belt

Song by Georgio Rongeo about Toronto featuring a slideshow of city landmarks. Afterward, a short PSA on the importance of using your seatbelt provided by a businessman.

Queen's University. Queen's Television.

Convocation, Hillary Part 1

Part 1. Main Speaker: David Smith. Location: Jock Harty.Video begins with procession filing into room after which Brian Yealland says a prayer. Smith addresses the convocation with a speech.

Queen's University. Queen's Television.

Queen's Alumni Sesqui Celebration, Public Relations Part 1

Part 1. Main Speaker: Peter Watts. Location: Grant Hall, various other locations around campus. Video is a broadcast about the Sesquicentennial Celebration at Queen's. Begins with Watts talking about the celebration before cutting to footage of the sesqui convocation and a reporting graduating student. Angnes Benedickson talks further about the celebration and the future visit from the Prince of Wales. Afterwards a video on the history of Queen's plays. Several members of faculty talk about Queen's orientation. Several elderly alumni talk about how Queen's was back in their day, as well as pranks played by the students. The history of several Queen's staples such as the Queen's Pub and the Golden Gaels is talked about.

Queen's University. Queen's Television.

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