Black student recruitment at the University of Florida (npa4201)
University of Florida. News Bureau.
University of Florida. News and Public Affairs. ( donor )
Subjects / Keywords:
Criser, Marshall University of Florida Sawyer, Bruce Bryant, Tony Jackson, Spencer Ross, Ray Haskins, James Lawrence, Pauline
North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
This was a promotional tape produced to attract black students to the University of Florida. The narrator was Bruce Sawyer, a senior, who was a broadcast major. The diversity of the University of Florida student body is noted and campus views, buildings, students, activities, groups, and classes are shown. Some students, as Tony Bryant, Spencer Jackson, and Ray Ross, give brief statements about the merits of UF. Several professors such as James Haskins and Pauline Lawrence are shown. Near the end of the tape Bruce Sawyer introduces President Marshall Criser outside the main entrance to Tigert Hall.
Broadcast Tape 42. Originally labeled Black Recruitment #1.
Date: July 1986
A promotional tape produced by the Division of Information and Publication Services at the University of Florida. Chris Dudley was the producer.
Originally produced on ¾” u-matic. Reformatted to Betacam SP in 2003 and MPEG-2 in 2005.
File name : NPA4201
Original format: 3/4" umatic videotape. Intermediate format: Sony Beta SP. Digitization completed by: Total Video (Gainesville, Fl)
Funded by the University of Florida Libraries' Department of Special and Area Studies Collections and the Digitial Library Center.
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