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Victory Bell
Victory Bell
No. 25
Victory Bell was created by George Miller in January 1942. An Art Department faculty member at Slippery Rock State Teachers College (SRSTC), Miller corresponded with Slippery Rock students serving in World War II. The newsletter featured excerpts and news from these ...
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Victory Bell was created by George Miller in January 1942. An Art Department faculty member at Slippery Rock State Teachers College (SRSTC), Miller corresponded with Slippery Rock students serving in World War II. The newsletter featured excerpts and news from these students’ letters. Victory Bell was distributed to soldiers associated with SRSTC all over the world.
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2004
Queens of Slippery Rock
Queens of Slippery Rock
SLAB Issue #13
Rose Xavier, Brenna Waugaman
The essay "Queens of Slippery Rock" from issue #13 of the SLAB literary magazine.
2017
2018
Green and White
Green and White
Student Handbook
The Green and White student handbook was published from 1927-2003. The handbook contained rules and regulations for students concerning dining, dorm life, smoking, dress codes, etc. The Green and White also contained helpful information about the college such as cale...
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The Green and White student handbook was published from 1927-2003. The handbook contained rules and regulations for students concerning dining, dorm life, smoking, dress codes, etc. The Green and White also contained helpful information about the college such as calendars for sports and other events, fees, hours of various campus offices, campus services available to students, and, of course, the Alma Mater. In 2004 the Green and White was replaced by the Student Code of Conduct.
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2012
Green and White
Green and White
Student Handbook
The Green and White student handbook was published from 1927-2003. The handbook contained rules and regulations for students concerning dining, dorm life, smoking, dress codes, etc. The Green and White also contained helpful information about the college such as cale...
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The Green and White student handbook was published from 1927-2003. The handbook contained rules and regulations for students concerning dining, dorm life, smoking, dress codes, etc. The Green and White also contained helpful information about the college such as calendars for sports and other events, fees, hours of various campus offices, campus services available to students, and, of course, the Alma Mater. In 2004 the Green and White was replaced by the Student Code of Conduct.
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2008
Green and White
Green and White
Student Handbook
The Green and White student handbook was published from 1927-2003. The handbook contained rules and regulations for students concerning dining, dorm life, smoking, dress codes, etc. The Green and White also contained helpful information about the college such as cale...
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The Green and White student handbook was published from 1927-2003. The handbook contained rules and regulations for students concerning dining, dorm life, smoking, dress codes, etc. The Green and White also contained helpful information about the college such as calendars for sports and other events, fees, hours of various campus offices, campus services available to students, and, of course, the Alma Mater. In 2004 the Green and White was replaced by the Student Code of Conduct.
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2006
Foster, Gary Interview Transcript
Foster, Gary Interview Transcript
Baseball in Pennsylvania Oral History Collection
Audio recording of the interview of Gary Foster on November 22, 1994.
1994
Foster, Gary Interview Audio
Foster, Gary Interview Audio
Baseball in Pennsylvania Oral History Collection
Audio recording of the interview of Gary Foster on November 22, 1994.
1994
Green and White
Green and White
Student Handbook
The Green and White student handbook was published from 1927-2003. The handbook contained rules and regulations for students concerning dining, dorm life, smoking, dress codes, etc. The Green and White also contained helpful information about the college such as cale...
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The Green and White student handbook was published from 1927-2003. The handbook contained rules and regulations for students concerning dining, dorm life, smoking, dress codes, etc. The Green and White also contained helpful information about the college such as calendars for sports and other events, fees, hours of various campus offices, campus services available to students, and, of course, the Alma Mater. In 2004 the Green and White was replaced by the Student Code of Conduct.
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1991
Green and White
Green and White
Student Handbook
The Green and White student handbook was published from 1927-2003. The handbook contained rules and regulations for students concerning dining, dorm life, smoking, dress codes, etc. The Green and White also contained helpful information about the college such as cale...
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The Green and White student handbook was published from 1927-2003. The handbook contained rules and regulations for students concerning dining, dorm life, smoking, dress codes, etc. The Green and White also contained helpful information about the college such as calendars for sports and other events, fees, hours of various campus offices, campus services available to students, and, of course, the Alma Mater. In 2004 the Green and White was replaced by the Student Code of Conduct.
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1982
Green and White
Green and White
Student Handbook
The Green and White student handbook was published from 1927-2003. The handbook contained rules and regulations for students concerning dining, dorm life, smoking, dress codes, etc. The Green and White also contained helpful information about the college such as cale...
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The Green and White student handbook was published from 1927-2003. The handbook contained rules and regulations for students concerning dining, dorm life, smoking, dress codes, etc. The Green and White also contained helpful information about the college such as calendars for sports and other events, fees, hours of various campus offices, campus services available to students, and, of course, the Alma Mater. In 2004 the Green and White was replaced by the Student Code of Conduct.
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1978
Green and White
Green and White
Student Handbook
The Green and White student handbook was published from 1927-2003. The handbook contained rules and regulations for students concerning dining, dorm life, smoking, dress codes, etc. The Green and White also contained helpful information about the college such as cale...
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The Green and White student handbook was published from 1927-2003. The handbook contained rules and regulations for students concerning dining, dorm life, smoking, dress codes, etc. The Green and White also contained helpful information about the college such as calendars for sports and other events, fees, hours of various campus offices, campus services available to students, and, of course, the Alma Mater. In 2004 the Green and White was replaced by the Student Code of Conduct.
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1968
Green and White
Green and White
Student Handbook
The Green and White student handbook was published from 1927-2003. The handbook contained rules and regulations for students concerning dining, dorm life, smoking, dress codes, etc. The Green and White also contained helpful information about the college such as cale...
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The Green and White student handbook was published from 1927-2003. The handbook contained rules and regulations for students concerning dining, dorm life, smoking, dress codes, etc. The Green and White also contained helpful information about the college such as calendars for sports and other events, fees, hours of various campus offices, campus services available to students, and, of course, the Alma Mater. In 2004 the Green and White was replaced by the Student Code of Conduct.
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1958
Green and White
Green and White
Student Handbook
The Green and White student handbook was published from 1927-2003. The handbook contained rules and regulations for students concerning dining, dorm life, smoking, dress codes, etc. The Green and White also contained helpful information about the college such as cale...
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The Green and White student handbook was published from 1927-2003. The handbook contained rules and regulations for students concerning dining, dorm life, smoking, dress codes, etc. The Green and White also contained helpful information about the college such as calendars for sports and other events, fees, hours of various campus offices, campus services available to students, and, of course, the Alma Mater. In 2004 the Green and White was replaced by the Student Code of Conduct.
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1948
Victory Bell
Victory Bell
No. Final
Victory Bell was created by George Miller in January 1942. An Art Department faculty member at Slippery Rock State Teachers College (SRSTC), Miller corresponded with Slippery Rock students serving in World War II. The newsletter featured excerpts and news from these ...
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Victory Bell was created by George Miller in January 1942. An Art Department faculty member at Slippery Rock State Teachers College (SRSTC), Miller corresponded with Slippery Rock students serving in World War II. The newsletter featured excerpts and news from these students’ letters. Victory Bell was distributed to soldiers associated with SRSTC all over the world.
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1946
Victory Bell
Victory Bell
No. 48
Victory Bell was created by George Miller in January 1942. An Art Department faculty member at Slippery Rock State Teachers College (SRSTC), Miller corresponded with Slippery Rock students serving in World War II. The newsletter featured excerpts and news from these ...
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Victory Bell was created by George Miller in January 1942. An Art Department faculty member at Slippery Rock State Teachers College (SRSTC), Miller corresponded with Slippery Rock students serving in World War II. The newsletter featured excerpts and news from these students’ letters. Victory Bell was distributed to soldiers associated with SRSTC all over the world.
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1945
Victory Bell
Victory Bell
No. 45
Victory Bell was created by George Miller in January 1942. An Art Department faculty member at Slippery Rock State Teachers College (SRSTC), Miller corresponded with Slippery Rock students serving in World War II. The newsletter featured excerpts and news from these ...
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Victory Bell was created by George Miller in January 1942. An Art Department faculty member at Slippery Rock State Teachers College (SRSTC), Miller corresponded with Slippery Rock students serving in World War II. The newsletter featured excerpts and news from these students’ letters. Victory Bell was distributed to soldiers associated with SRSTC all over the world.
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1945
Victory Bell
Victory Bell
No. 42
Victory Bell was created by George Miller in January 1942. An Art Department faculty member at Slippery Rock State Teachers College (SRSTC), Miller corresponded with Slippery Rock students serving in World War II. The newsletter featured excerpts and news from these ...
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Victory Bell was created by George Miller in January 1942. An Art Department faculty member at Slippery Rock State Teachers College (SRSTC), Miller corresponded with Slippery Rock students serving in World War II. The newsletter featured excerpts and news from these students’ letters. Victory Bell was distributed to soldiers associated with SRSTC all over the world.
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1945
Victory Bell
Victory Bell
No. 35
Victory Bell was created by George Miller in January 1942. An Art Department faculty member at Slippery Rock State Teachers College (SRSTC), Miller corresponded with Slippery Rock students serving in World War II. The newsletter featured excerpts and news from these ...
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Victory Bell was created by George Miller in January 1942. An Art Department faculty member at Slippery Rock State Teachers College (SRSTC), Miller corresponded with Slippery Rock students serving in World War II. The newsletter featured excerpts and news from these students’ letters. Victory Bell was distributed to soldiers associated with SRSTC all over the world.
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1944
Victory Bell
Victory Bell
No. 34
Victory Bell was created by George Miller in January 1942. An Art Department faculty member at Slippery Rock State Teachers College (SRSTC), Miller corresponded with Slippery Rock students serving in World War II. The newsletter featured excerpts and news from these ...
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Victory Bell was created by George Miller in January 1942. An Art Department faculty member at Slippery Rock State Teachers College (SRSTC), Miller corresponded with Slippery Rock students serving in World War II. The newsletter featured excerpts and news from these students’ letters. Victory Bell was distributed to soldiers associated with SRSTC all over the world.
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1944
Victory Bell
Victory Bell
No. 33
Victory Bell was created by George Miller in January 1942. An Art Department faculty member at Slippery Rock State Teachers College (SRSTC), Miller corresponded with Slippery Rock students serving in World War II. The newsletter featured excerpts and news from these ...
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Victory Bell was created by George Miller in January 1942. An Art Department faculty member at Slippery Rock State Teachers College (SRSTC), Miller corresponded with Slippery Rock students serving in World War II. The newsletter featured excerpts and news from these students’ letters. Victory Bell was distributed to soldiers associated with SRSTC all over the world.
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1944
Victory Bell
Victory Bell
No. 29
Victory Bell was created by George Miller in January 1942. An Art Department faculty member at Slippery Rock State Teachers College (SRSTC), Miller corresponded with Slippery Rock students serving in World War II. The newsletter featured excerpts and news from these ...
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Victory Bell was created by George Miller in January 1942. An Art Department faculty member at Slippery Rock State Teachers College (SRSTC), Miller corresponded with Slippery Rock students serving in World War II. The newsletter featured excerpts and news from these students’ letters. Victory Bell was distributed to soldiers associated with SRSTC all over the world.
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1944
Victory Bell
Victory Bell
No. 28
Victory Bell was created by George Miller in January 1942. An Art Department faculty member at Slippery Rock State Teachers College (SRSTC), Miller corresponded with Slippery Rock students serving in World War II. The newsletter featured excerpts and news from these ...
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Victory Bell was created by George Miller in January 1942. An Art Department faculty member at Slippery Rock State Teachers College (SRSTC), Miller corresponded with Slippery Rock students serving in World War II. The newsletter featured excerpts and news from these students’ letters. Victory Bell was distributed to soldiers associated with SRSTC all over the world.
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1944
Victory Bell
Victory Bell
No. 27
Victory Bell was created by George Miller in January 1942. An Art Department faculty member at Slippery Rock State Teachers College (SRSTC), Miller corresponded with Slippery Rock students serving in World War II. The newsletter featured excerpts and news from these ...
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Victory Bell was created by George Miller in January 1942. An Art Department faculty member at Slippery Rock State Teachers College (SRSTC), Miller corresponded with Slippery Rock students serving in World War II. The newsletter featured excerpts and news from these students’ letters. Victory Bell was distributed to soldiers associated with SRSTC all over the world.
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1944
Victory Bell
Victory Bell
No. 24
Victory Bell was created by George Miller in January 1942. An Art Department faculty member at Slippery Rock State Teachers College (SRSTC), Miller corresponded with Slippery Rock students serving in World War II. The newsletter featured excerpts and news from these ...
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Victory Bell was created by George Miller in January 1942. An Art Department faculty member at Slippery Rock State Teachers College (SRSTC), Miller corresponded with Slippery Rock students serving in World War II. The newsletter featured excerpts and news from these students’ letters. Victory Bell was distributed to soldiers associated with SRSTC all over the world.
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1943