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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.

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Stirling Hall 25th Anniversary Spookier Action at a Distance by David Mermin, Department of Physics Part 1

Part 1. Main Speaker(s): Dr D. R. Taylor, Malcolm Stott, David Mermin. Location: Classroom within Stirling Hall. Video is of the first B. W. Lecture. Dr Taylor begins by talking about Bern Sergeant and his contributions to physics and Queen's University before introducing Stott, who then introduces Mermin. Mermin then lectures for the rest of the video.

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Michel Butor Lecture: Le Genie du Lieu & Ou Part 1

Part 1. Main Speaker: Michel Butor. Location: Agnes Etherington Art Centre. Video begins with several members of the Queen's aministrative faculty and the French department standing at a podium somewhere within the gallery thanking Butor for his donations of rare books to the university. After 10 min Butor takes the podium and speaks for the rest of the video, he appears to be doing a reading of a story from a book.

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Helene Cixous Part 1

Part 1. Main Speaker: Helene Cixous. Location: Dunning Hall. Begins with clips of Helene receiving her honourary Doctor of Laws at Queen's. Rest of 60 min is Helene giving a lecture in French at a desk on a stage in front of a large audience.

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