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Sesquicentennial RMC Parade Part 1

Part 1. Main Speakers: Commodore Murray, Agnes Benedickson. Location: Near Theological Hall. Begins with clips of a marching band playing, followed by Commodore Murray talking about sharing and co-operation between RMC and Queen's. Benedickson then takes the stage and talks about a plaque donated by RMC commemorating Queen's anniversary. The plaque is then unveiled and a representative of the chaplain says a prayer.

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Sesquicentennial RMC Parade Part 2

Part 2. Begins with footage from the actual RMC parade around Queen's campus after the talks in part 1. Afterwards contains raw shots of the plaque unveiled earlier. Video then cuts between raw still shots of flags around campus.

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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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A. Bader & Family at Agnes Etherington Art Centre 1/3

Part 1. Main Speaker(s): Alfred Bader. Location: Agnes Etherington Art Centre. Contains a behind-the-scenes look at the filming of the video "The Bader Collection: European Paintings". Throughout the video directors can be heard giving instructions to Bader and the camera operators. The camera cuts several times, after which the film crew can be seen setting up to record footage for the TV segment.

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Alfred Bader?s Art Collection, Agnes Etherington Art Centre 1/2

Video is a series of silent shots of different paintings donated by Alfred Bader to the Agnes Etherington Art Centre. Several different shots of the same painting are shown in succession from differnent angles focusing on different portions of the painting, before transitioning to another painting.

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