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Unity in the Community, 1997.

Unity in the Community was a spring festival that celebrated the diversity on our campus, among our neighbors and in our world. Video includes the opening of the festival and introduces the programs and events happening on campus. (03:18) remarks by Robert Milam, Provost and Vice Chancellor. (10:25) Unveiling of a student art project. (13:25) Womens Chior performance. 25:50 Mandy Fox, Diversity Educaiton Cordinator provides an announcement on the programs events. (32:45) footage of the campus mall outside of Hagestad Student Center, Habitat for Humanity campus build out sie of South Hall. (34:51 END)

Up Close and Personal: Haunted Wisconsin and UFO's

Student-faculty coffee talks. (03:23) Interview with Robert Hastings, Ufologist campus speaker. (07:27) Coffee Talks: Haunted Wisconsin and UFO's, panel includes Earl Blodgett, Carmen Vega, Linda Alvarez, Jim Madsen ,and Rik Seefeldt. Host Sarah Hickman. (47:32 END)

Up Close and Personal: Latino Heritage

Lisha Mclean introduces the Latino Student Organization. Students talk about what it means to be Latino and Hispanic, why they joined the student organization, and some misconceptions of the Southern and Latin American culture. (10:55) Latin Sound Group hosted by the organization. (11:52) Carmen Coballes Vega demonstratiuon of making Puerto Rican rice and pigeon peas, or Arroz corn Gandules. (24:53 END)

Up Close and Personal: Veterans Day

Host John Beizuns introduces the program "what does it mean to be a veteran on a college campus today". Scene of veterans day ceremony. (01:55) Beizuns' interview with Rose Rudd, Academic Success Center on her service in the Military. (06:07) Jesse Hall on Native American Veterans interviewed by Linda Alvarez. (14:35) scene of a Pow-wow on the Campus Mall (15:39 END)