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GCC Nursing Orientation, 9/1/09 - RAWGCC Nursing Orientation, 9/1/09 - RAW - Dr. John Tierney, Keynote Speaker 9/1/2009
GED Graduation 2008-2009GED Graduation 2008-2009 with Chief Examiner and Master of Ceremonies Jean Boucias it is hosted by the Family Literacy Collaborative and held at GCC. Graduation includes a welcome by GCC Pres. Bob Pura and a keynote address by Tom Mechem, the State GED Chief Examiner from MA Dept of Ed, and included graduate speakers: Nyima Tridytsang and Steven France 10/15/2009
One College Drive # 71-Fright ClubOne College Drive #71-Fright Club is presented by the GCC Theater Club. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3OACFz-VtsQ 10/30/2009
SCI 130 Extreme Insulation Retrofits #2-Renaissance BuildersSCI 130 Extreme Insulation Retrofits #2-Renaissance Builders. Tricia Perham and Stephen Greenwald of Renaissance Builders present insulation and building science for the sustainable energy certificate program. 10/19/2009
One College Drive # 73-Birthday Boys Chorus ConcertOne College Drive #73-Birthday Boys Chorus Concert. Music of Purcell, Bach and Handel is presented by the Greenfield Community College Chorus, directed by Margery Heins and accompanied by Amy Roberts-Crawford. The concert is presented in honor of the birthdays of composers Henry Purcell, Johann Sebastian Bach, and Georg Frideric Handel. The chorus members are: J. Bowker, C. LaPlante, H. Looman, K. McClellan, Aliana Popusol, A. Sumner, M. Charlton, C. Gatker, J. Hsu, K. McDougall, M. Olmstead, M. Zeiss, B. Conant, G. Gaida, J. Nichols, J. H. Blain, J. Luengo, W. Sadowsky, and P. Schuster http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uv-qeOQQ6_4 11/8/2009
Outdoor Leadership Program Footage 2001Outdoor Leadership Program Footage 2001 - Raw documentary footage includes adaptive skiing, ropes course, rock climbing, rappelling, canoeing flat and white water, slide show, medical search rescue, brief interviews. 4/27/2001
19th Century Women's ClothingLaura Patnode employs models in 19th century period clothing as well as historical photos to show the restrictive and oppressive clothing women wore in the 19th century. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ie3yyq2hf0E 4/5/1996
Advertising Class Student Ads 1982-1990Advertising Class Student Ads 1982-1990: Student produced commercials from John Reino's 1982, 1983, 1984A, 1984B, 1985, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1990 adverstising class (1990 repeated on next disk also no copy of 1987ads found) 4/15/1980
Advertising Class Student Ads 1990-1999Advertising Class Student Ads 1990-1999: Student produced commercials from John Reino's 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998 (1st digital class), 1999 (1999 incomplete) 4/15/1990
Are the Terrorists Winning?Full title: "Are the Terrorists Winning? America's Forfeiture of Freedom in Response to September 11 Attacks" lecture by Atty. William C. Newman (Wmass. ACLU); Introduction by Buz Eisenberg; info regarding Erosion 1st & 4th amendment; specifically the US Patriot Act. Sponsored by GCC Response Initiative Committee 2/22/2002
Away from Home: Placement for Handicapped ChildInterviews with families who have had to place their handicapped child. not listed
Basic Concepts & Methods of Normative EthicsBasic Concepts & Methods of Normative Ethics is a lecture by Professor Judith Kinley, RN, MS, MTS. This program was produced for her nursing ethics class 3/3/1995
Bottoms Up"Bottoms Up" is a farce written by Gregg Kreutz and directed by H. James Godwin. The comical action takes place in the "Hotel Grande" on the Caribbean island of Santa Pequena. 5/5/1995
Debate on Comparable Worth/Pay Equity (Good audio)"Debate on Comparable Worth/Pay Equity" panelists: Nancy Steeper, Smith College; Elaine Sarensen, Asst. Prof of Econ. UMass; Sidney Claunch, Asst Dean School Management Umass 9/9/1983
Debate on Comparable Worth/Pay Equity (poor audio)"Debate on Comparable Worth/Pay Equity" panelists: Nancy Steeper, Smith College: Elaine Sarensen, Asst. Prof. Of Econ Umass; Sidney Claunch, Asst. Dean School Management Umass 9/9/1983
Nuclear Energy DebateA debate on Nuclear energy with Eric VanLoon, Ex. Dir. of Union of Concerned Scientists, & Samuel Rod, Nuclear engineer at Westinghouse. Moderated by Art Shaw. GCC & PVS Production, 1982 9/9/1982
Robin HoodAt the request of the instructor, this theater performance was captured as a one-camera shot for documentation and classroom use only. "Robin Hood" is not edited for broadcast 12/11/1998
GCC 40th Anniversary Community Breakfast-RAW FootageThe "GCC 40th Anniversary Community Breakfast" with Dan Larose as Master of Ceremony includes presentations about the college's history by: Ben Drabeck, Jean Cummings, Dave Patrick, Robbie Cohn, Ed Tombs & PVSC in celebration of the College's 40th anniversary. 5/4/2002
Math Connection Shows, 1994 #1Math Connection - Guests & subjects: Sonya Sloman, Agriculture; Toulio Englesi, Architecture; Dr. Robert Sidorsky, Veterinary Medicine; Martha Field, Economics 1/31/1994
Globalization & International Issues"Globalization & International Issues" contains lectures by native-Kenyan June Arunga speaking about "Land Reform in Kenya" and native-Argentinian Carolina Feuillant about "Argentina's Financial Crisis" 12/2/2002
Ed Vadas Café ConcertA young Ed Vadas performs a musical set in the GCC Café. This piece contains footage of Merryl Sackin bantering with him. 2/14/1980
Faith Thayer, Lecture byThis lecture by Faith Thayer explains the theory of using pond Ecology, environment & exploration as a teaching tool for children in early childhood education. 4/17/1984
Fiddler on the Roof, Pt 1-1982Fiddler on the Roof, Pt 1-1982 - theater performance held at Deerfield Academy {ACT & GCC Production} 9/9/1982
Fiddler on the Roof, Pt 2-1982Fiddler on the Roof, Pt 2-1982 - theater performance held at Deerfield Academy {ACT & GCC Production} with redo of Acts 1 & 2 plus additional footage 9/9/1982
Franklin County History Interviews"Franklin County History Interviews" is presented and hosted by Arthur Shaw. Professor Shaw interviews elders Harold LeVanway & Gradon Sprarg about their younger years in the area and local history. 4/8/1976
GCC "What is College Like" Promo & Raw FootageThis production and footagewas shot by Garry Longe in one day. "GCC 'What is College Like' Promo & Raw Footage" includes a 5-minute promo and the raw footage from that one day showing GCC's facilities, classes, events on 10/9/91. 10/9/1991
GCC "What is College Like?" 1996 Ver. & Raw FootagAt the request of Student Life the GCC "What is College Like?" promo was reworked in 1996 to include student interviews by Rebecca White, Jim McMahon, Matt Beck, Richard Thayer, Fraser Stowe, Corey Hanrahan, Michael Ketchum, Xing (café), Laura Patnode and 3 undentified students. 10/10/1996
GCC Café Concerts-1985 #11985 Café music concerts by T-Bone Burnett, Amazing Hayes & Wright Brothers. 9/9/1985
GCC Café Concerts-1985 #2More 1985 Café music concerts with performances by Hot Acoustics & Dave Binder. 3/6/1985
GCC College History 1983: 20 years of Change-falsestart"GCC College History 1983: 20 years of Change" includes interviews by original GCC faculty and foundation members. Special note program includes an interview with Grace Meyers affectionately known as the "Mother of GCC". 9/8/1985
GCC Coverage-Outside Press -1978, '83, '87, '91"GCC Coverage-Outside Press 1978, ’83, ’87, ‘91” includes: 1) 1983-Project Future on "NightTalk" on Ch 57 4/26/83 with Dean Risky Case, and students Fred Johnson and Nancy Perwak (29 min). 2) 1978-"Energy Savings" with President Goodwin, Charlie Carter and Physical plant staff (4 min). 3) TEME on “Good Morning America” aired 6/23/83 (4 min) 4) "Love Carefully Day” 1987 coverage by several news stations (22, 40 & 5) include interviews with Susan McCarthy, Nancy Buchannan, Hyram Huskey & students. 5) Project Future featured on Ch 4, WBZ-TV Boston, 3/1/91. Interviews include Dean Bob Keir (1991). 6) 1991-Pres. Kay Sloan with Marketing Dir. Russ Powell, and students Betsy Egan & Bill “Dirk” Meyhew on MCET (42 min). 1/1/2001
GCC - College History Interviews - 1982"GCC History Interviews - 1982" contains interviews with Hartley Pfiel, Dr. Arthur Shaw & Foundation founding member Mort Slavin 9/9/1982
GCC - College History Interviews -- 1982"GCC History Interviews - 1982" continuation of 1982 interviews and contains Foundation members and faculty to include Shirley Evans, Grace Meyers, Dr. J. Padgug & Ed Shortel 9/9/1982
GCC Media History-Eventual Events/Profile Humor-'76The "GCC Media History-Eventual Events/Profile Humor" is a compilation of video tapes (1976 era) produced by students enrolled in the Media Communication Program's advanced production class (video class) not listed
GCC Profile Christmas '76 & Segments '74-75The "GCC Profile Christmas '76 & Segments '74-75" is a compilation of video tapes produced by students enrolled in the Media Communication Program's advanced production class during that period. (video class) 10/7/1976
GCC Promo-Franklin Cnty Fair-Registration Composite-'79"GCC Promo-Franklin Cnty Fair-Registration Composite-'79" is comprised of 1979 registration composite by faculty promoting course offerings and the Fair promotional tape 8/15/1979
GCC Variety Footage-1984 to 1989"GCC Variety Footage-1984 to 1989" consists of footage for: Academic Excellence promo, '84; OLP; TEME; Mudballs w/Dick Little; TAG promo; TEME on Good Morning America; Intro to TEME; 1986 Ad footage; 25th Celebration Commercials 1987; 1989 TEME; TAG Promo #2 & montage 1/1/1984
GCC Various Video Segments 1977-82"GCC Various Video Segments 1977-82" is a compilation of various unclassifiable student and staff productions (some may be video class). Larry Glick; Gary Lapierre; Carl Yastrzemski interview; Eventual Events Crew 1977; Profile segments 1978; Col. Cong Show 1978; Video feedback zap 1979; cont. Ed Commercials 78-80; color portabpk training; Randy Levin; Joe Lada; Saddle Seat speech 1982; Elmore Dancing in Space 1982. 10/19/1982
Math Connection Shows, 1994 #4Math Connection - Guests & subjects: Wendy Sneider, Construction Engineer; Lori Wyman, Purchasing & Retail; Faith Thayer, Biodiversity; Mario Aiken, Composting 11/15/1994
Math Connection Shows, 1994 #3Math Connection - Guests & subjects: Melinda Gougeon, Quilting; Ana Gaillat, Chemistry; Bob Perry, Bicycling; Tony Somasko, Animal Tracking 4/11/1994
Math Connection Shows, 1994 #2Math Connection - Guests & subjects: Jim Picard, Cabinet Making; Norm Shorett, Culinary Arts; Carol Montesello, Landscaping; MATH CONFERENCE 3/14/1994
Math Connection Shows, 1995 HolyokeMath Connection - "Conexiones Connections" bi-linqual from: 1) Holyoke Magnet Middle School 2) Kelly School 3) Lt. McMahon School 2/21/1995
Video Class 1977Video Class 1977 includes productions by Burke, Brozozowy, Boudreau, Brennens, Curry, Horn, Daly, Case, Bully, Viens, Bardsley, O'Connor--video class student productions 1/1/1977
Video Class 1985Video Class 1985 includes productions by Budrawich, Sallee, Rosecrans, Nye, Milkey, Lockhead, Kochan, King, Bates, Savolis, Ono, McCarthy, Oneil, LaMountain, Green, Dean, Keefe, Jaques, Budinich--video class student productions 5/5/1985
Video Class 1986Video Class 1986 includes productions by Aversono, Teluwo, Szych, Slahetka, Kelly A.N., R. Pease, B. Mallet, Gilcreast, Clifford, D. Crane, Caruzo, Benville, Bregoili--video class student productions 1/1/1986
Video Class 1987 Spring (&1985)Video Class 1987 Spring (&1985) includes productions by Darrow & Columbia, 1985; Spring 1987-Herrick, Hatch, Harriman, Fitzmaurice, Dedinas, Collins, Brackett, Rapp, LaFond, Avery, Sanders, Schroder--video class student production 4/15/1987
Video Class 1989 SpringVideo Class 1989 Spring includes productions by Leslie Stuart; Mark Amstein; Carles Pi-Sunyer; Neola Juaire; M. Laduc; Martha Leamy; Ken Jacque; Pat Harrington; Marie Houghton; Pam Bowie; Adrienne Bramhall & 1988 Rock Awards--video class student productions 5/5/1989
Video Class 1990Video Class 1990 includes productions by Berger, Wysocki, Watts, Seward, Saczawa, Roberge, Robbins, Patnode, Oates, Minton, LaValle--video class student productions 9/15/1990
Video Class 1993 SpringVideo Class 1993 Spring includes productions by Scott, Lorraine, Barch; Brett; Sue; Jaynz; U. Rivard; G. Seamen; D. Moneta; T. Chambona--video class student productions 5/5/1993
History of John Russell Cutlery Co.Host Robert Merriam with David Moser discuss the history of John Russell Cutlery. The program originally aired on Ch 57 "Open Door" community spot and continues to air on local access stations. 12/16/1977
How We Fell In Love"How We Fell In Love" is a lecture by Professor Wilson Roberts about how themes in popular music from the 1950-60s influenced and shaped the social perception of a "romantic" relationship for the youth of that era. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jUuuoQzHASw 4/25/1997
Jazz Ensemble-2001-FallJazz Ensemble under the direction of Eugene Uman present this semester's music students jazz concert. 12/13/2001
Juvenile Justice: The New FrontierThe honorable Judge Sophia Hall, Illinois Circuit Court, in her lecture "Juvenile Justice: The New Frontier" speaks about the effects of social and political changes in the law on the juvenile system. Sponsored by GCC Women's Studies Program. 4/23/2001
King Philip's Indian War in New England"King Philip's Indian War In New England" is a slide-lecture by Author Micheal Tougias exploring his recent book about the history of the King Phillip's war. 11/19/2001
Lively Arts Shows-Fall 1986"Lively Arts"-4 shows: M. Ruseckas, Pastels, Hosted Louise Minks; Merryl Mandell, Basketry, Hosted by L. Minks & L. Mahoney; R. Folsum & J. Tomasetti, Watercolor, Hosts Minks & Mahoney; School Teachers Training, Paper Sculptures, with J. Lavine, J. Elniski & host L. Mahoney 8/10/1986
Local Bands GCC TV Studio Work '80 & '82In 1980 & 1982 local bands perform their music in the TV studio: Colt 45 Band, '80/'82, Renegade (bad) '80/81, Shane Devine '80/81, Colt 45 Band '82, Renegade '80 1/1/1982
Mainstreet Shows 1986 #1These "Mainstreet Shows" are hosted by BJ Roche-1. Alcoholism, Susan McCarthy; 2. Career Change, Dave Patrick; 3. Comedy, Leo T. Baldwin and On-the-Street; 4. Literacy, Lindy Whiton & Thane Thomsen, and On-the-Street 4/4/1986
Mainstreet Shows 1986 #2These "Mainstreet Shows" program 1-3 are hosted by BJ Roche, 1. Heros, Greg Vouros; 2. Back problems, Jim Allen; 3. If You Could Change the World, Street segment; 4. World Bank Game, Gwen Hallsmith with host Adriene Bramhall 4/4/1986
Mainstreet Shows 1986 #3These "Mainstreet Shows" are 1. Childcare-Nancy Winter, Host A. Bramhall; 2. War/Tax Resistence-Randy Kehler, I. Sauvageau, Host BJ Roche; 3. Rural Character-M. Zenick, Host A. Bramhall; 4. Homelessness-T. Earnshay, Host A. Bramhall 11/11/1986
Mainstreet Shows 1986 #4These "Mainstreet Shows" are 1. Communication-S. Greenblatt; 2. Education-Katherine Sloan; 3. Housing-Gerry Joseph; 4. 2-Career households-Barbara McColgan & Dave Patrick 12/12/1986
Mary P. Wells Smith-A Lecture by Virginia LowVirginia Low lectures on the life of Mary P. Wells Smith who is famous for her writing to include "Boy Captive in Old Deerfield". Mary P. Wells Smith is considered a woman of interest in local history. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dBqQjQ4xpUU 3/9/1987
Mellow Yellow Jello Jump-WPOE contestLocal history footage of 1980 WPOE radio Mellow Yellow Jello Jump Radio Contest. Contestants jump into a vat of Jello to find the key that starts the grand prize car. Produced by Dennis Zenninger & Matt Dempsey 9/29/1980
Myths & Realities of Combat VeteransWWII & Viet Nam combat Veterans discuss the myths, realities and differences of their war-related experiences. This show offers a local view of our involvement in military and political history. 6/20/1985
Navajo ExperienceNursing students and faculty talk about their experiential learning semester conducted at a Navajo reservation hospital. 4/20/2000
Early Transportation in the Pioneer Valley"Early Transportation in the Pioneer Valley" A historical documentary of personal and commercial travel through the use of water, animal, bicycle and rail as forms of early transportation in the Pioneer Valley. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UVQlk99To38 1/1/1981
How the Democratic Process Works in MassachusettsState Representative Ellen Story, Amherst presents a lecture about "How the Democratic Process Works in Massachusetts" and some of the social and political hurdles she encountered as a woman in the State House. 9/30/1996
General Guide to Writing Essays & PapersThis lecture "General Guide to Writing Essays & Papers" by Political Science Professor Harvey Goldstein was produced as a classroom teaching tool and library resource. 9/9/2001
Navajo Experience Raw FootageRaw footage of Nursing students and nursing faculty interviews for the program "Navajo Experience". 3 segments on one DVD 12/1/2001
Old Ship of Zion: African American Gospel MusicIn the "Old Ship of Zion: African American Gospel Music" Dr. Horace Clarence Boyer, Professor of Music Theory & African American Music at UMass, presents a musical guided tour through each of the stages of the development of African American music. 2/26/1997
On Air Shows Spring 1985 #1These On Air Shows contain theatrical, educational or musical performances by: Peabody Rag & One Wish with Host Chapman; Binder with Host Giblin; TEME & Tom T-bone Stenkis with Longe as host. 5/6/1985
On Air Shows Spring 1985 #2These On Air Shows contain theatrical, educational or musical performances (3rd season): Past Seasons review with Host Giblin; GCC Music Unlimited Club Show with Host Barb Cohn; Hot Accoustic with Host Giblin. 5/7/1985
On Air Shows Spring 1985 #3These On Air Shows contain: Studio Music and Host Learner with Whitcomb, Boughton, Maggie; Rigo with Host Giblin; Amazing Hayes & T-Bone with Host Chapman 5/5/1985
On Air Shows Spring 1984 #1These On Air Shows contain theatrical, educational or musical performances: Randy Levin Show with Host B. Giblin & J. Budinich; Daniel Comegys Jr. & G. Soulos with Host B. Giblin; Joe's (Lada) Project; Sweet Adelines with Host Garry Longe 3/1/1984
On Air Shows Spring 1984 #2These On Air Shows contain theatrical, educational or musical performances: Missing Link & the Trained Seals with Host Longe; Franklin County Barbershop Chorus/Credit Chords with Host Lada; R. Sheehan; "Megamania" Tom Carragher Film; Franklin County Barbershop Singers; Shane Devine; and the Colt 45 Band 4/19/1984
Talk In Show #3Talk In Show #3 (predominately hosted by Saul Greenblatt) present Gifford & Carpenter, Multilingual Learning; Louise Minks, Pioneer Valley Institute-Franklin Cnty Touring; Jean Boucias & Teresa Dailey, Emerging Careers; Louise Minks & John Lollar talk about their art exhibit "Reflections: Portraits & Mirrors" 3/6/1996
Archibald MacLeish Collection: An Overview, 1982"Archibald MacLeish Collection: An Overview" includes an introduction of the collection presented by Curator Margaret Howland. Through various interviews and the personal reflections of Bernard Drabeck we get an inside view of MacLeish's life in Conway, MA. 1/1/1982
PatternsA Juniper Tree production, "Patterns" is an elegant musical by Noel Lei Hoyashi. An ensemble of seven: Paul Ascenzo (piano), Allen Davis (Bass), with Walter Barz, Nancy Brick, Richard Church, David Marks, and Carlene Peregrine performing and/or singing. 9/2/1991
Paul Mariani Reading from His WorksPaul Mariani reads from his written work. This program includes an intro by Phyllis Nahman. Cameras Patrick Jaques & Joshua Steinberg http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T0eMgLnlBXo 3/12/1984
People on the ProwlFiction Readings by Chilean author & fulbright scholar Jaime Collyer. Collyer shares from his written work "People on the Prowl". http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VNl851x920s 10/10/2001
Politics and Public Higher Ed in Massachusetts"Politics and Public Higher Education in Massachusetts" is a presentation by State Rep. Stephen Kulik, Democrat from Worthington. Rep. Kulik talks about politics and public higher education in Massachusetts. 3/7/1997
Responding to Tragedy"Responding to Tragedy: How do we create a non-violent world?" is lecture by Dr. Ervin Staub. Dr. Staub came to speak in the Sloan Theater two weeks after the September 11th attack. 9/26/2001
Rights, Privileges & Responsibility"Rights, Privileges & Responsibilities: An Indelicate Balance" -- A lecture by President Charles Wall 3/6/1996
River Rat Race, 1983: A Tradition EvolvesA 1983 documentary about the annual "rite of spring" River Rat Race from Athol to Orange. Enthusiasts fight for position in the 400 or more line-up of canoes. The event has happened for so many years that it has become an important part of local history. 3/15/1983
Science Lecture Series 1999 # 2 From Aarvarks to ZebrasLecture by Dr. Margery Coombs "How Continental Drift Contributed to Mammiliar Diversity: From Aarvarks to Zebras" is from the Science Lecture Series. Recorded in the Greenfield Community College TV Studio. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kr7W0XxoynU 9/24/1999
Science Lecture Series 1999 # 3 Massachusetts ReptilesA lecture from the Science Lecture Series by Dr. Alan Richmond titled "Massachusetts Reptiles". Recorded in the Greenfield Community College TV Studio. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=btjRMKJ6ICE 10/1/1999
Science Lecture Series 1999 # 4 Framing the Forensic QuestionLecture by Dr. Carl Selauka "Framing the Forensic Question" is from the Science Lecture Series. Recorded in the Greenfield Community College TV Studio. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j182C057Sdk 10/8/1999
Science Lecture Series 1999 # 5 The History of EverythingLecture by Astronomy Professor Ted Johnson "The History of Everything" is from the Science Lecture Series. Recorded in the Greenfield Community College TV Studio. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HnvBCRtrY78 10/15/1999
Science Lecture Series 1999 # 6 The Changing New England LandscapeLecture by Brian Adams, GCC Professor of Biology, "The Changing New England Landscape" is from the Science Lecture Series. Recorded in the Greenfield Community College TV Studio. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NC4I1i6ZCes 10/22/1999
Science Lecture Series 1999 # 7 Dinos, Dunes & Drifting Cont.This geohistory of the Connecticut Valley lecture by Professor Dick Little is called "Dinos, Dunes & Drifting Continents" and it is from the Science Lecture Series. Recorded in the Greenfield Community College TV Studio. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L5AgzEXW52k 10/29/1999
Science Lecture Series 1999 # 8 The Application of Experiential EducationProfessors Dan LaRose and Larry Bell "The Application of Experiential Education" featuring their work in Project TEME and the Human Ecology is part of the Science Lecture Series. Recorded in the Greenfield Community College TV Studio. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wTkcad3QqvM 11/5/1999
Science Lecture Series 1999 # 9 How the Sperm Induces Mammalian DevelopmentDr. Rafael Fisore "How the Sperm Induces Mammalian Development" is part of the Science Lecture Series. Recorded in the Greenfield Community College TV Studio. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=thSdwbgfTWc 11/19/1999
Science Lecture Series 1999 #01 Forensic InvestigationThis lecture by Lynn Orvis "Forensic Investigation" is part of the Science Lecture Series. Recorded in the Greenfield Community College TV Studio. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fyp9MgaJtJY 9/17/1999
Science Lecture Series 1999 #10 Two Minds This lecture by Professor Peter Letson "Two Minds the Physics of Aristotle and Newton" is part of the Science Lecture Series. Recorded in the Greenfield Community College TV Studio. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-xIFvjZ248E 12/3/1999
Shirley Chisholm, A Lecture byShirley Chisholm, the first black congresswoman and a 1971 candidate for nominee for presidency of United States in a historical political moment speaks in Greenfield. Introduction by Risky Case. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NrN8N0dHMsc 10/3/1983
Participating in a Multiracial Society"Participating in a Multiracial Society" is a lecture-workshop presented by Dr. Michael & Cynthia Payne. Sponsored by Alpha Sigma Omicron Chapter Phi Theta Kappa 4/23/1995
Silverscreen Shows 1986 #1-#4Silverscreen Shows - 1. Comparing Canadian & US Healthcare; 2. Affordable Health Care; 3. Active Elders; 4. Artist Deidre Scherer 3/3/1986
Silverscreen Shows-1986 #5Silverscreen Show - William McLinn's portrayal of Mark Twain tackles such politically sensitive issues as war, racism, sexism & world hunger. McLinn steps out of character to explain why he portrays and tours as an elder Twain. 12/15/1986
TLS Sleeping with the Bosses SonThis Teaching and Learning Series (TLS) program "Sleeping with the Bosses Son: Declining Importance of Education in Upward Mobility" is lecture about business politics. Presented by Professor A. Ken Wilson. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YrBK2MSCk88 10/10/1995
Spoon River Anthology"Spoon River Anthology" the Fall 2001 theater musical production directed by Kim Morin is presented by a cast of ghosts who live in a small town graveyard. 12/16/2001
Star Wars 2020"Star Wars 2020" is a presentation by Sisters Ardeth Plate & Carol Gilbert who were imprisioned for social activism. The Sisters talk about the U.S. space command's Vision 2020 program. 2/13/2001
Step Up ProgramGCC Step Up Program: Host Jean Boucias interviews current Step Up students. not listed
Storytelling: A Way to Know Ourselves"Storytelling: A Way to Know Ourselves" presented by Julius Lester storyteller and prize-winning author of 13 books and numerous articles. He is also a poet, musician and songwriter who lectures to us about the art of storytelling. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BZMfOPlNCp8 2/27/1984
Streetwise & SafeIn "Streetwise & Safe" GCC's Officer Jeff Lafrenier and Chief Valerie Knowlton present techniques and suggestions for maintaining personal safety. 9/9/1997
Student Dance Concert-2001-SpringThe spring 2001 Student Dance Concert is titled "Rhythm in Motion" 5/3/2001
Student Dance Concert-1996 FallThe Fall 1996, dance concert was a benefit concert held by students and faculty from GCC's dance program. 12/19/1996
Student Dance Concert-2001-FallThe fall 2001 Student Dance Concert is titled "Connections" 12/17/2001
Student Dance Concert-1997-SpringThe spring 1997 Student Dance Concert pieces are: High Hopes, Spring Warm-Up, Always, Concertino-Allegro, Elements of Choreography, Presto, Pressure, and African Dance. To include: Processional Afunga, Soffa, Kou Kou, Lenjen, & Somba as performed by GCC students. 4/29/1997
Talk In Show-Spring 1984 #1This series of "Talk In" hosted by Dr Arthur Shaw, presents Anne Wiley; O.H. Kepplin-1st Gfld Town Manager; Pres. Ted Provo; and Jean Ball (Simmons) talks about the Nursing Field 3/1/1984
Talk In Show-Spring 1984 #2This series of "Talk In" hosted by Dr Arthur Shaw presents Susan Grant & Rich Stuart discussing Consumer Protection; Margaret Howland shares her Trip to Russia; Jeffrey Joseph from FC Dev. Corp.; and Dave Robinson of the Outerspace Band. 4/19/1984
Talk In Show-Spring 1985 #1This series of "Talk In" hosted by Dr Arthur Shaw presents Mary Ciano from Elder Services; Carmen Buell our State Rep.; Brian David talks about Catscan; and Deb Gaines of MTAPS 2/28/1985
Talk In Show-Spring 1985 #2This series of "Talk In" hosted by Dr Arthur Shaw presents Jerry Morgan talking about Heart Transplant; Jim Manilla talks about his life as a Film Maker; Susan Grant & Richard Stuart from Consumer Protection; BJ Roche discusses being a writer. 4/4/1985
Barriers to Effective Pain ManagementBarriers to Effective Pain Management: Six shorts directed and performed by students and staff these short pieces show the options for pain management. Role play by students & GCC employees : Curtiss, Kedziera, Constant, Lambert, Lepley, Nevins, Schatz, Sturtevant, Zaffiro & Charlie Carter 9/1/1995
Techniques of Massage Rocking and Shaking"Techniques of Massage: Rocking and Shaking" is a demonstration of technique by Holly Parker produced for classroom instruction 4/27/2000
Techniques of Massage: Slow Passive Joint"Techniques of Massage: Slow Passive Joint" is a demonstration of technique by Holly Parker produced for classroom instruction. 8/1/2000
The Duke True Genius in the Cultural Continuum"The Duke True Genius in the Cultural Continuum" is lecture by Dr. Bill Hasson about the life and times of musician Duke Ellington. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vGji3FXSbwI 2/27/2002
Elliot Speer Murder: The View From Mt. HermonHarold Levanway & Wm. H. Morrow talk about "The Elliot Speer Murder: The View From Mt. Hermon" in the interviewed by Ben Drabeck. 11/17/1982
Elliot Speer Murder, Harold Levanway onHarold Levanway is interviewed by Ben Drabeck about "The Elliot Speer Murder: The View From Mt. Hermon"; previously Broadcast over cable Ch4. 10/20/1982
Landscape of Memory: Holocaust Memorials in History"Landscape of Memory: Holocaust Memorials in History" is a slideshow and lecture presented by James E. Young, professor of English and Judaic Studies at Umass. Professor Young's presentation focuses on Holocaust memorials in Europe, Israel and the U.S. He asks: What is remembered?, How is it remembered?, and How is the meaning of past events reworked and reconfigured in the process of remembering? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F9_JPeWWIzg 4/19/1995
To Be or Not To Be"To Be or Not To Be" is and interview by Virgina Low. She interviews faculty members Fred Agnir, Ed Dolhenty, Ben Drabeck, Ira Rubenzahl & Bill Sweeney. 8/18/1977
UFOs the Hidden History"UFOs the Hidden History" the slide-tape lecture by Robert Hastings reveals information suggesting that UFOs do exist. 4/4/2001
Visions of the Margins-Contemporary Chile"Visions of the Margins: Contemporary Chile and its Surroundings" is a reading of works by Visiting Fulbright Professor Jaime Collyer. Jaime Collyer (born 1955) is a Chilean writer, born in Santiago, Chile in 1955 [1] who became part of a generation of writers known as the "Nueva narrativa chilena" or the New Chilean Narrative.[2] His works have been translated into English, French and other languages, winning various literary prizes and acclaim. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7u0MoAmoRCQ 10/24/2001
Work Culture & Community: Women in Global EconomyIn "Work Culture & Community: Women in Global Economy" faculty member Jacqueline Ellis presents her slide-lecture about life for women in a global economy. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ecfre1dVxR8 3/15/2000
Syrinx Ensemble"Syrinx Ensemble" consists of ensemble members: Ilanna Blumberg, violin; Philip Helzer, cello; Catalina Arrubla, oboe & Camilo Rojas, bassoon. Features Latin American and New England composers 2/19/2000
Capital Punishment & the American Condition"Capital Punishment & the American Condition" is presented by Law professor and author Austin Sarat. Sarat is the William Nelson Cromwell Professor of Jurisprudence and Political Science at Amherst College. Sarat speaks on Capital Punishment, the death penalty as a Civil Rights and Civil Liberties issue in the first Annual Henry Steele Commager Lecture sponsored by the GCC Foundation http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=46xFYiVKpMg 11/6/2002
Reporter Turns to Fiction: Martyrs' Crossing, A"A Reporter Turns to Fiction: Martyrs' Crossing" Author Amy Wilentz talks about the factors that went into creating a novel out of the chaos and violence that is everyday life in Jerusalem. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-yzrVEsbfKU 11/18/2002
Math Connection Shows, 1993 #4Math Connection - Guests and subjects: Frank Wiles, apple production; Susan Froehlich, Mechanical Engineer; Helen Boland, Eco Systems; Ron Kim, Art. 11/8/1993
Talk In Show-Spring 1985 #3This "Talk In" is the documentary film "Anne Frank in Maine" with Richard Murphy a Kennebunk Junior High Teacher. The film is followed by Professor Arthur Shaw interviewing Richard Murphy. For the second half hour, Art Shaw interviews Murphy who discusses some of the background problems and effects of studying and teaching about the Holocaust. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f_zHGr9T4ZM 4/11/1985
Math Connection Shows, 1993 #2Math Connection - Guests & subjects: Anne Duffy, Dairy Production; Ed Martin, Electrician; Ran Rainer, Carpentry; Wally Sikowski, Farming. 3/1/1993
Math Connection Shows, 1993 #1Math Connection - Guests & subjects: Kit Savin, Math Nature; Lynn Paterson, Catering; Dee Boyle-Clapp, Framing. 1/25/1993
Interview with Harvery WassermanGeorge Bluh interviews radical historian and author Harvey Wasserman about his life and what motivates his writings that are politically, socially and ecologically charged. His writings include: "Harvey Wasserman's History of the United States", "Energy Wars" and "America Born & Reborn". 5/21/1984
Esophageal Balloon DilatationEsophageal Balloon Dilatation: demonstrates Hobbs Medical Vacu-Lok system. DVD contains 7-minute training tape; Master tape that is 21:30 minutes; and Procedure Footage, 12:30 minutes. 1/1/1999
Repair: Life in a Universe of BreakablesAuthor Dr. Elizabeth Spelman, Professor of Philosophy and Womens' Studies at Smith College, talks about her work in progress "Repair: Life in a Universe of Breakables". 11/7/2001
Flight from the Holocaust"Flight from the Holocaust" a presentation by Dr. Marjorie Agosin International human rights activist Jewish-Chilean-American author of 2 dozen books and professor of Spanish at Wellesley College gives voice to her great grandmother who fled from Vienna and Prague during the Holocaust and settled in Chile. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bhrbBlz9kR0 4/4/2002
Table MannersIn the spring 2000 theater production "Table Manners" the action is in a dining room on a July weekend. Actors: Olivia Tusinski as Annie; Christine Voytko as Sarah; Nat Pratt as Tom; Michael Glazier as Reg; Heath Verrill as Norman; Janice Dompki as Ruth; Directed by Kim Morin 5/6/2000
Volunteer Responses to 9/11"Volunteer Responses to 9/11" presents a panel of volunteers discussing what it has been like for those assisting volunteers and service provides following the 9/11 attack. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wgCOsRz4Uz8 3/13/2002
Informal Violin and Piano Concert, AnThe musical duet of George Soulos and Robin Stone perform an informal violin and piano concert. 3/8/2002
Shulamith Oppenheim, A lecture byShulamith Oppenheim speaks on writers and social responsibility. Presented by the Institute for Advanced Study in Humanities, WPOE radio station and Pioneer Valley Studies. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XrP9ypvaOxM 10/20/1983
Shakespeare Said It SecondIn honor of GCC's 40th, Professor Wilson Roberts presents a folk tale in relationship to Shakespeare's tragedy "King Lear" explaining some of the possible roots for the work starting with a book published in 1577 called the "Chronicles of England Scotland & Ireland". http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nWuigmL5fQ8 5/3/2002
Household & Yankee Engineering"Household & Yankee Engineering" is presented by Professor Dave Harvey in honor of GCC's 40th anniversary. Professor Harvey demonstrates many of his inventions and yankee ingenuity 5/2/2002
Student Dance Concert-2002-SpringThe spring 2002 Student Dance Concert "Diversity in Motion" is in honor of GCC's 40th anniversary celebration. 5/4/2002
Jazz Ensemble-2002-SpringJazz Ensemble under the direction of Eugene Uman, this semester's musical concert is titled BIG BEAT, and is presented in honor of GCC's 40th anniversary celebration 5/2/2002
Renewable EnergyThis "Renewable Energy" program is a panel presentation by local sustainable energy activists, experts, and businesses (organized by GCC's MASPIRG and Ecology club). 4/20/2002
Candidates Forum-Robert ReichGubernatorial candidate Robert Reich, speaks at GCC of his political platform if elected Governor of Massachusetts 3/7/2002
Loving Yourself Carefully Through Your Relationship with Food"Loving Yourself Carefully Through Your Relationship with Food" presented by Devina Miller, CWS. She speaks on our relationship with food, contemporary eating disorders, healthy nutrition and healthy body image. 3/15/2002
Moon Over BuffaloIn honor of GCC's 40th anniversary celebration, Kim Morin directed the theater comedy-farce written by Ken Ludwig "Moon Over Buffalo". Actors: Berra, Hayes, Voytko, Roy, Terounzo, Riley, Sheldon, Greaves 5/4/2002
ScratchIn honor of GCC's 40th, Garry Longe re-edited and re-released Archibald MacLeish's theatrical play "Scratch." Directed and performed by H. James Godwin. The Cast also includes Professor Ben Drabeck, Robert F. Flynn Jr, Richard Thayer, Adam Lerner, Matt Truesdell, Hilson Parker, Scott Schmith, Mike Winn, Daren Moneta, Jason Parker, Frank Houghton, Tim Schock, Todd Zabawa, Misty Hatt-Vieu, and L.J. Bourgeois. Music played & sung by Professor Wilson Roberts. Crew: H. James Godwin, Jennifer Coliskey, Christopher Doyle, Paul Yager, Joanne Flynn, Sandy Peterson, John Pelletier, Keg Vaidya and Robert Coliskey. Originally presented at GCC in 1992. 5/4/2002
40th Anniversary Tribute Concert, AGeorge Soulos and Robin Stone present a piano and violin concert together in honor of GCC's 40th anniversary celebration and Prof. Soulos' retirement. Also performing are The Pioneer Valley Symphony Chorus, Cheryl Cobb, Stan Charkey, Rob Hamm and the Pioneer Valley Symphony Choral Ensemble with Terry Larsen, Director. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mqYnqtkRd20 4/2/2002
Exploration From the Space Shuttle"Exploration From the Space Shuttle" by Astronaut, Lt. Col. Catherine "Cady" Colman. Local astronaut Lt. Col. Colman gives a slide-lecture about her experience as a scientist on the space shuttle and as a member of the space program to the attendees of the Foundation's annual meeting. 9/9/2000
Puritanical Repression in America"Puritanical Repression in America" presented by author Barry Werth. Werth talks about his book "The Scarlet Professor" and the local history that inspired him to write this book about a Smith College Professor's experiences and the social climate for homosexuals in the early 1900s. Presented by the Friends of MacLeish 16th annual tribute in honor of GCC's 40th Anniversary Celebration. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJb2usmv-2E 5/3/2002
One College Drive # 01-RetirementOne College Drive #1 presents President Bob Pura talking with Jane Abbott about Financial Aid; Dave Patrick about his career upon his retirement; and with Sharon Roth, Kate Finnegan and ECE student about the Early Child Education program. 6/13/2002
Student Dance Concert-2000-FallThe fall 2000 Student Dance Concert is titled "Festival of Dance" 12/7/2000
Chemistry Lab #1 Carlton Stinchfield-3 programsChemistry labs presented by Carlton Stinchfield: 1) Bonding Ionization Energy; 2) Molar Volume of Hydrogen; 3) Ions in Solution 11/7/1977
Chemistry Labs #3 Carlton Stinchfield -3 programsChemistry labs presented by Carlton Stinchfield: 1) Iodine Clock Reaction; 2) Heat of Reactions; 3) Molecular Model Building not listed
Chemistry Labs #4 Carlton Stinchfield -3 programsChemistry labs presented by Carlton Stinchfield: 1) Spectrophotometric Determination; 2) Exponent Logarithms; 3) Quantative Titnation/Acid & Bases 5/5/1978
Chemistry Labs #5 Carlton Stinchfield-3 programsChemistry labs presented by Carlton Stinchfield: 1) Crystal Packing Structures; 2) Molecular Weight by Freezing Point; 3) Barium & Zinc Chloride 11/21/1977
Coarse Acting Show, The"The Coarse Acting Show", this semester's theater student production, is a compliation of short plays. 4/26/2001
Flow of Time"Flow of Time" is a geological history program produced and presented by Geology Professor Dick Little. 3/9/1994
OTA-Robert LaPalmeOrientation information for Occupational Therapy Assistant (OTA) program with Bob LaPalme, OTA Program Director. Produced 2001 not listed
LPN Admissions Procedure Orientation-2001"LPN Admissions Procedure Orientation-2001" presentation by Gini Wahl for Licensed Practical Nursing (LPN) student orientation. not listed
Survivors of the HolocaustDonna Kenny, of CLIO Assoc., talks about the importance of interviewing survivors of the Holocaust for preservation of oral history. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wpUZ_jAO_wg 4/25/2001
New World Disorder: Foreign Policy Challenges"New World Disorder: Foreign Policy Challenges for the Next United states President" a policical science lecture by Michael Klare, Director of the 5-College Peace and World Studies program. He talks about foreign policy challenges for the next US President. As one of the nation's leading academic experts on conventional arms transfers, Professor Klane is frequently asked to speak on this issue. He has testified on arms trade issues before the Joint Economics Committee and the House Appropriations Committee. 10/7/1992
Rewriting American History"Rewriting American History" is a lecture by Hans Koning former New Yorker magazine reporter and author of over 17 works. 10/21/1992
Islamic Revival & Liberation of WomenAs part of the President's Lecture Series, University of Massachusetts Islamic History Professor Yvonne Yazbeck Haddad lectures about the impact of an Islamic revival & liberation of women. Haddad has served on international panels and has been a consultant for many media agencies, including the Canadian Film Board, CNN, CBS an NBC. 10/14/1992
Reflections on Race in America Today"Reflections on Race in America Today" is a lecture by University of Massachusetts Professor of Judaic and Near Eastern studies Julius Lester. Professor Lester has published over 100 essays, recorded two albums of original songs and has been a producer and host on radio and television. His books, over nineteen, have made him recognized internationally. A veteran of the Civil Rights Movement, he has recorded moments of that movement in photographs exhibited in the Smithsonian Institute. 10/29/1992
Mainstreet Shows 1986 #5These "Mainstreet Shows" are 1. Public Higher Education, Kay Sloan; 2.Teen Pregnancy, Amy Leos-Urbel; 3. Massage Therapy, Patricia Wachter; 4. Sexual Harassment, Cathleen Alexander 9/9/1986
Mainstreet Shows 1986-7 #6These "Mainstreet Shows" are 1. Alcoholism, Judy Sapenski; 2. Keg Parties Students Against Drunk Driving (SAD) with Tanya Wallace, Chris Woodcock & Sgt. John Bartus of the Orange Police Department 1/1/1986
Mainstreet Shows 1986-7 #7These "Mainstreet Shows" are 1. Suicide (plus 0:30 adv.) Robert Simpson & Fran Adams; 2. Jail Overcrowding, Sheriff Don McQuade; 3. Self-Defense, David Johnson; 4. Drug Addiction, Ruth Yanka 1/1/1986
Mainstreet Shows 1986-8 ('90) #8These "Mainstreet Shows" are 1. Recycling, Bob Rottenberg; 2. Violence Against Women, Mary Kociela ('90); 3. Adult Children of Alcoholics, Jim Bell; 4. Hypnosis, Janet Masucci 1/1/1986
Mainstreet Shows 1989-90 #9These "Mainstreet Shows" are 1. Dairy Farming, Bill Graves; 2. Massachusetts Fiscal Crisis, Rep. Carmen Buell; 3. Drug Legalization 1/1/1989
Mainstreet Shows 1988-91 #10These "Mainstreet Shows" are 1. Herbal Medicine, Gail Ulricht; 2. Allergies, Dr. Lawrence DuBuske; 3. Nutrition, Marilyn Bueland; 4. Vigil (Gulf War) 1/1/1988
Zaskar & Ladakh TrekIn "Zaskar & Ladakh Trek" English as a Second Language teacher David Kestenbaum presents a slide-lecture about his trek to the Himilayan mountains. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RN42qmpdjSs 7/7/2002
Candidates Forum-Carla HowellLibertarian Gubernatorial candidate Carla Howell speaks at GCC of her political platform if elected Governor of Massachusetts 10/2/2002
Rise and Fall of Lake HitchcockThis is Geology Professor Dick Little's 2000 edition of his program "Rise and Fall of Lake Hitchcock". The program explains the impact of geological history on our landscape. 9/9/2000
Remembrance & Rebuilding Series: Sonya Kitchell Band13-year old Sonya Kitchell and her band perform their music during the week-long September 11 commemoration series "Remembrance & Rebuilding" 9/9/2002
Chemistry Lab #2 Carlton Stinchfield-4 programsChemistry labs presented by Carlton Stinchfield: 1) Silver Group; 2) Using B&L Spectronic; 3) T-Butyl Chloride; 4) Apple Computer Graphing 3/13/1978
Remembrance & Rebuilding Series:Poet Martin EspadaNorthampton based award-winning poet Martin Espada talks about his work and reads to us from his writings during the week-long September 11 commemoration series "Remembrance & Rebuilding" 9/10/2002
Dreams Realized"Dreams Realized" a breakfast event at the 40th Anniversary Celebration of community, alumni, faculty and staff. Dreams Realized offered participants (panel and audience) the chance to express the sucessful impact of GCC on their lives. Panel: Moderator Professor A. Ken Wilson, Professor C. Nims McLellan, Chrissi Menko, Joe McCarthy, Sandy Sayers, Walter Lesure. 5/4/2002
Math Connection Shows, 1990 #2Math Connection - 2 Shows. Guests: Barbara Damato Anderson, Edison Santana 2/4/1990
Math Connection Shows, 1989 #1Math Connection - 3 Shows. Guests: Hormidas "Andy" Lively, Yoko Kato, Bob Markey 1/1/1989
Math Connection Shows, 1989 #2Math Connection - 3 Shows. Guests: Frances Crow, Michael Sutherland, David Strickland 1/1/1989
Math Connection Shows, 1989 #3Math Connection - 3 Shows. Guests: Peter Kostek, Linda Thomas, Paula Hopper 1/1/1989
Math Connection Shows, 1989 #4Math Connection - 1 Show. Guest: Rebecca Southwick 1/1/1989
Math Connection Shows, 1990 #1Math Connection - 4 Shows. Guests: Dorothea Zable, Karen Blom, Neil Smith, Northfield Mt. Herman Students 1/1/1990
Why Not Ask the Students?"Why Not Ask the Students?" is a Math Connection teaching tool for teachers, copyright 1991 10/19/1991
Math Connection Shows, 1991 #1Math Connection - 3 Shows. Guests: Skip Price, Margo Jones, Dan Samantano 2/11/1991
Math Connection Shows, 1991 #4Math Connection - 4 Shows. Guests: Sandy Dinatale & Yoko Kato; Kate Douglas & Sue Richardson; Tom McCarthy; Micky Mickinley 11/17/1991
Math Connection Shows, 1991 #3Math Connection - 4 Shows. Guests: Joanna Weinstein; Steve Herrell; Bob Duncan; Bob Rutenberg 4/8/1991
Math Connection Shows, 1991 #2Math Connection - 4 Shows. Guests: Maria Burch; Kathy Wilkins; Tom MacCrom; Toby Sutton 3/11/1991
Math Connection Shows, 1992 #4Math Connection - 3 Shows. Guests: Susan Savaria; Ellen Longley; Peter Goldberg 11/16/1992
Math Connection Shows, 1992 #3Math Connection - 4 Shows. Guests: Barb O'Connell; Prof. Dick Little; Bill Bell; Mark Bugby 4/13/1992
Math Connection Shows, 1992 #2Math Connection - 4 Shows. Guests: Linda Dodge; Michelle Miner; Tim Blagg; Judy Sopenski 3/16/1992
Math Connection Shows, 1992 #1Math Connection - 4 Shows. Guests: Nancy Hazzard; Susan Wright; Joe Platz; Steve McCormick 2/3/1992
Talk In Show #1This "Talk In Show" hosted by Saul Greenblatt presents guests: Performers Kim Hunter, Ken Tigar, Vincent Dowlings not listed
Talk In Show #2Talk In Show #2 (predominately hosted by Saul Greenblatt) presents experts in the areas of Accupressure Therapy & Pregnancy Group; Pest Control; and WHAI Personalities Fidanza & Dean not listed
Shakespeare Valentine, A"A Shakespeare Valentine" is in honor of English Professor Bill Sweeney's retirement: Cast: Faculty-Hayes, Agnir, Godwin, Ruiz, Soulos, Sweeney, & Turner. Students and Alumni: Stacy Carlin, Missie Godwin, Diane Grader, Richard Thayer, Leah Verrill & Madrigal Singers chorus 2/14/1995
GCC History 40th Anniversary Interviews"GCC History 40th Anniversary Interviews" is interviews by former Community Services Administrator Ethel "Risky" Case, and alumni Bob and Donna Jackman. The participants talk about their experiences at GCC 4/2/2002
ACE: No Chickens HereACE (Advancing you Career in Education) grant program documentation-3 versions: Base, Promo and Cable 10/4/2002
Student Dance Concert-2000-SpringThe spring 2000 Student Dance Concert is titled "Reflections in Dance" 4/27/2000
Remembrance & Rebuilding Series:Sorvino Dance ProjAnn Sorvino and dance students perform to music composed and played by Michael Nix for the dedication of the Labyrinth. Dedications by Bob Pura, Doris Riley & John Remus. This event occurred during the week-long September 11th commemoration series "Remembrance & Rebuilding". 9/13/2002
HUM101-Bill Sweeney-1980English Professor Bill Sweeney presents a sampling of HUM101 offerings: The Ancient World; The Middle Ages, Pt I; The Middle Ages, Pt II; The Renaissance (Florence, Rome & Venice) 1/1/1980
HUM102-Bill Sweeney-1980English Professor Bill Sweeney presents a sampling of HUM10s offerings: Reformation & Baroque; Enlightment & Romanticism; The Late 19th & 20th Centuries 1/1/1980
Talk In Show #4Talk In Show #4 (predominately hosted by Saul Greenblatt,) was recorded in the early 1990's. #4 includes Peter Howe, NeuroMuscular Massage; Bonnie Nugent, Handwriting Analysis; Pete Gerkin & O. Williams, Older Students; and Herb Hentz, GCC Recruiting 1/1/1996
Talk In Show #6Talk In Show #6 (predominately hosted by Saul Greenblatt) presents H. Sroka & P. Samanski, Career Resource Center; Jane Banks, Stained Glass Artist; C. Nims & D. Kuluga, Dance Program; Elaine Anderson, spiritualism 6/24/1997
Talk In Show #7Talk In Show #7 (predominately hosted by Saul Greenblatt) presents Michael Martindell, Metal Artist; Judi Singley, Recreation Industry; Charles Wall, GCC's New President; and Art Hannan, Running Student Services 3/4/1996
Math Connection Shows, 1993 #3Math Connection - Guests & subjects: Jay Buell, Food Bank; David Rice, Chemistry; Anne Hazard, Wetlands; Aldin Booth, Aquafish. 3/29/1993
Talk In Show #8Talk In Show #8 (predominately hosted by Saul Greenblatt) presents Garry Longe, TV Studio Production; Lindy Whiton & T. Dalton, Literacy; Anne Wiley & Carol Sartz, Child Care; Chris Seward, USS Samuel B. Roberts not listed
Talk In Show #9Talk In Show #9 (predominately hosted by Saul Greenblatt) presents Katherine Taylor and Rita Katz discussing Sexual Abuse; Dr. Dan Saxe and Dan Kingsbury talk about Accupuncture; Chief David McCarthy and Lt. Roy Vonn from Gr'fld Police; and Detectives Joe LaChance & Pete Clark from Gr'fld Detectives. not listed
Talk In Show #5Talk In Show #5 (predominately hosted by Saul Greenblatt) presents Dave Harvey, Inventor; Cpt. Eperson & Sgt Langsford, Army Recruiters; and Karen Green, Jewelry Artist. not listed
Math Connection Shows, 1995 #3Math Connection - Guests & subjects: Wendy Rebinowitz, Electricity; Dan Kosmeskis, Fish & Wildlife 4/3/1995
Math Connection Shows, 1995 #2Math Connection - Guests & subjects: Jeff Albright, Statistics; Sally Wright, Energy; Charlene Moffit, Health; Don Peters, Watershed 3/6/1995
Media Production TrainingTV Studio training for Media Communications program 1988; Edit Training, 1992; Tour of TV Production, 1994; The Switcher, 1994; Workstudy Training, 1990; Setting Up the Studio, 1977 not listed
Video Class 1992 #2Video Class 1992 #2 includes productions by McGinley, Labbe, Paquette, Lebold, Dobias, Houck, Makower, McQuillan, Davis, Danylieko, Kirk, Moneta, Forristall, Weeks, and Houghton - video class student productions. 5/5/1992
Math Connection Shows, 1995 #1Math Connection - Guests & subjects: Tim O'Brien, Tourism; Bob Schilling, Video Games; Rebecca Clemente, Nutrition; William Spaten, Computer Practioner 1/23/1995
Video Class 1991Fall-MCM115Video Class 1991Fall (MCM115) includes productions by Desautel, Houghton, Rintleman, Yobst, Barsh, Leary, Forristall, Bourbeau, Burnett, Bellany, Weeks, Holburg, Canali, also some productions with no credits 11/30/1991
Video Class 1992 #1Video Class 1992 #1 includes productions by Carlton, McGinley, Gosan, Kerz, Osowski, Chase, Star, Goodrich, Barnard, Roum, Yobst, Moneta, Hall, Desatell, Houghton, Rintleman, Arieta 9/9/1992
Video Student Pieces #2Video Student Pieces #2 includes various productions by video or independent study students: Parker, Willor, Ward, Gusan - video class student work not listed
Video Student Pieces #1Video Student Pieces #1 includes various productions by video or independent study students: Paquette, Hall and Arieta - video class student work not listed
National Organization of Women-Molly YardNational Organization of Women (NOW) President Molly Yard speaks at GCC. To add to the historical moment co-speakers include Risky Case and Carmen Buell also speaking about their professional experiences. 5/7/1990
Farndale Townwomen's Guild PTO Murder Mystery TheaterFarndale Townwomen's Guild PTO Murder Mystery Theater performance recording was unedited. It is a one-camera documention of the live theater production. No program was made available for us to list cast members. 5/5/1997
One College Drive # 02-Three music performancesOne College Drive #2 includes musical performances by: Black Rebels (taped 11/20/02); Soulos & Stone (taped 9/27/02); Transglobal (taped 3/6/02) 9/27/2002
Humor's Role in Communication & Optimism"Humor's Role in Communication & Optimism" is a presentation by America's Humorologist Izzy Gesell. Mr. Gesell talks with the audience about humor and communication. 9/27/1997
Stress, Relationships & BalanceIn "Stress, Relationships & Balance" America's humorologist Izzy Gesell lectures about communications in our daily relationships. 9/27/1997
Manilla MemorialMemorial Services for Filmmaker and Teacher James Manilla held at GCC. James & Mary Manilla gifted GCC with their film collection. 10/20/1997
Baby with the Bathwater-R-rated Ver.Baby with the Bathwater: R-RATED VERSION was directed by M. Terounzo; Tech Dir. C. Barreat; cast: M. Sheldon, T. Luening, M. Tibbets, D. Ruddick, C. Downing, G. Callan-Piatt, N. Butler, N. Bernard, G. Villeneuve 12/7/2002
TAG-Theater Productions 1985Talented and Gifted Program (TAG) Theater Productions present- Antigone: A Tragedy by Sophocles; Midsummer Nights Dream performed 11/23/85; Pied Piper of Hamelin; Drama at St. Aliquis performed 5/17/86 11/23/1985
Freedom of the Hills: GCC's OLP Story 1982"Freedom of the Hills: GCC's OLP Story 1982" This documentary shows GCC's Outdoor Leadership Program (OLP) director Larry Buell, OLP staff and students in action. The interviews offer insight into the program and its early days. 10/10/1982
Outdoor Leadership Program 1982 & 1989 FootageOutdoor Leadership Program 1982 & 1989 Footage: 1) Low Ropes; 2) Low Ropes; 3) Interview Larry Buell @ High Ropes course; 4) Freedom of the Hills (OLP story) 10/10/1982
Outdoor Leadership Program 1989 FootageOutdoor Leadership Program 1989 Footage: 1) Canoe Training; 2) Canoe Loading Start; 3) Group Canoeing and Climbing Rock; 4) Rock Climbing Training; 5) Climbing Below; 6) Climbing Above 10/10/1989
AprilfestFaculty, staff, students & alumni celebrate spring through song, poetry, readings and dance. Ruiz, Howland, Thayer, Agnier, Turner, Soulos, C. Wall, Thursday Night Good Time Gospel and Easy Listening Music with John Pride, Bill Sweeney, Keillor, Bellany, to name a few.. 4/3/1997
Baby with the Bathwater-PG VersionBaby with the Bathwater was directed by M. Terounzo; Tech Dir. C. Barreat; CAST: M. Sheldon; T. Luening; M. Tibbetts; D. Ruddick; C. Downing; G. Callan-Piat; N. Butler; N. Bernard; G. Villeneuve 12/7/2002
Jazz Ensemble-2002-FallJazz Ensemble under the direction of Eugene Uman presents musicians and music students: Brettlinger, Brooks, Turner, Lewis, Patlove, Duffy, Rehm, Schotland, Uman, Rogers, van Dyke 12/11/2002
Compagnie AblessyThis West African-Haitian dance troupe performs in traditional costumes. Compagnie Ablessy consists of high-energy dancers and drummers well known for their unique dance and theater creations. 1/29/2003
Math Connection Shows, 1994 #5 & Holyoke StartsMath Connection - Guests & subjects: 1) Maria Ross-Walcott, Co-op Housing Ownership. 2) BETA "Conexiones Connections" bi-linqual Math Connection from Holyoke Magnet Middle School for Arts; 3) Holyoke Magnet Middle School for Arts 12/19/1994
Math Connection Shows, 1994 HolyokeMath Connection - "Conexiones Connections" bi-linqual from: 1) Lynch Middle School-3/15/94; 2) School not introduced-5/17/94; Sovern School-1/17/94 3/15/1994
TAG Music Recital 1985Talented and Gifted Program (TAG) music students concert include: Desreuisseau, Cromier, Gilpatrick, Patlove, Picard, Thibodeau, Harris, Pope, Wright, Bannister, Sabin, Genest, Pichette, Berrien, Vinton, Babin, Novak, Day, Gagner, Pedigree, Greenbaum, Lyford, Mankowsky, Birdsong, Femiano, Gjerston 12/12/1985
Greenfield Mayoral CandidatesModerated by Merryl Sackin, ten of the eleven political candidates for Greenfield's first mayoral election speak at GCC for approximately 5-minutes each 4/2/2003
The Sandwalk"The Sandwalk" David Paul Simon's play is about the controversy of Charles Darwin and his work "Origin of Species". Darwin is played by David Paul Simon; his wife is played by Judith Marie Dupree. 3/26/2003
Collaborate, Educate, & Advocate"Collaborate, Educate, & Advocate: On Behalf of Young Children & Their Families" is the first annual forum for early care and education professionals, school administrators, business leaders & legislators. Moderated by Carol Sartz. The panel is Stan Rosenberg, deProsse, Fritz, Black. 4/4/2003
Asher Benjamin & His Influence on Conn. Valley ArchitectureThis 1983 student-produced slide show by David Bliss was reproduced by Matt Bousquet in 2003. It chronicles Asher Benjamin's (1773-1845) construction practices in the Connecticut River Valley; especially noted for his influence in the "Late Colonial" design http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hkuNGcpSLr4 not listed
Project Future Program Footage 1983Project Future Program Footage 1983 includes: 1) Apple Class, Interviews; 2) Interviews, class; 3) Interview, IBM class, interviews; 4) Interview; 5) Interview, GCC radio quotes Lada & Smith 12/12/1983
Examining White Privilege: The Meaning of Race, Politics & Culture"Examining White Privilege: The Meaning of Race, Politics & Culture" a lecture by white anti-racist activist and author Tim Wise. Wise has written: Little White Lies: The Truth About Affirmative Action and Reverse Discrimination; Speaking Treason Fluently: Anti-Racist Reflections from and Angry White Male as well as writings that have appeared in magazines and newspapers throughout the world. He has worked training labor, government, corporate and law enforcement officials on methods for dismantling racism and journalists on how to eliminate racial bias in reporting. 5/6/2003
Video Class 2003 SpringVideo Class 2003 Spring includes productions by DeBlase, Quesnel, Tuttle, Orszulak, O'Connell, Call, Elkin, Dabs, Wright, Reiter - video class student productions 5/5/2003
Mexico: Land of Pyramids"Mexico: Land of Pyramids" is presented by Fulbright Scholar Agnieszka Dilawerska. Professor of history at 2 universities in Cuernavaca, Mexico she is a specialist in Latin American History & culture. 3/24/2003
TAG Class WorkTalented and Gifted Program (TAG) Class Work: 1) Animation Class 2) Video Class-Unedited 3) Video Plays-Unedited 4) Video Plays-Unedited 5) Video Plays-Unedited 6 Video Documentary-Unedited 7) Video Plays-Unedited 12/12/1985
Advertising Class Student Ads 1999-2003Advertising Class Student Ads 1999-2003 not listed
Crisis in Yankee Agriculture"Crisis in Yankee Agriculture" was produced using images from local farms in 1978; Massachusetts Department of Food & Agriculture, MDFA film. 5/5/1978
Pain Erasure Through Myotherapy"Pain Erasure Through Myotherapy" was presented by Bonnie Prudden for Health Service's "Pain Day" 2/10/1988
Why Does He Do That?Lundy Bancroft speaks about his recent book about domestic violence. His book and this lecture "Why Does He Do That?" offers an exploration and some insight of the many reasons why men batter women. Opening address includes abuse victims advocate Betty Getty. 5/13/2003
Jazz Ensemble-2003-SpringJazz Ensemble under the direction of Eugene Uman present this semester's "Spring 2003 Concert" featuring the jazz ensemble of music students and under the direction of Margery Heins the GCC chorus 5/1/2003
Student Dance Concert-2002-FallThe fall 2002 Student Dance Concert is titled "Dance Tapestry". 12/6/2002
Rise of the Nazis and Evolution to GenocideThomas M. White, Coordinator of Ed. Outreach for Cohen Center for Holocaust Studies at Keene State, in his Power Point presentation-lecture focuses on the origins and rise of the Nazis; the accession to political power; the human rights violations and anti-Semitic policies; and evolution to genocide. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ol-0FITj2Yo 4/14/2003
Conference: Protecting Our Civil Liberties-ReceptionProtecting Our Civil Liberties: The Core of Democracy - opening reception featured music by the Raging Grannies, includes remarks and introductions by Anne Wiley, Sunny Miller and Bob Pura. The main event was a presentation by Frank Serpico, a former NYC detective, whistle blower, & advocate for high principles in public service. Serpico's story was made famous by the movie titled, "Serpico." As an honest detective in a police dept. corrupted by kick-backs from drug dealers, he survived a shoot out to testify and try to reform one of the nation's largest offices of law enforcement. 7/25/2003
Conference: Protecting Our Civil Liberties-PanelProtecting Our Civil Liberties: The Core of Democracy - Challenges to Civil Liberties - Panelists: Prof. Christopher H. Pyle-Problems of Past & Present Surveillance-Total Info Awareness; Atty. C. Wm. Michaels-America After 9-11, 12 Indicators of a National Security State; Atty. Bill Newman-The Patriot Acts & American Civil Liberties Union Citizen initiatives; Atty. Mahsa Khanabai-Civil Rights-Why Speak Up Now for International Neighbors; Prof. Sut Jhally-How a Culture of Fear Consolidates Power 6/26/2003
Without My DiplomaThis grant-funded program "Without My Diploma" is an MCAS documentary created by high school students from Franklin & Hampshire County. Grant funded through the Franklin/Hampshire Regional Employment Board; Produced at GCC's ETSC; technical support by Garry Longe. 9/3/2003
Conference: Protecting Our Civil Liberties-Questions with SerpicoConference: Protecting Our Civil Liberties-The Core of Democracy; Questions with Frank Serpico on Challenges to Civil Liberties was conducted before the panel presentations at the conference. See DVD list for Conference: Protecting Our Civil Liberties-Panel. 7/26/2003
Remarkable Women of the 20th CenturyThe slide-lecture by Barbara Findlen focuses on remarkable women of the 20th century including the propoganda surrounding "Rosie the Riveter" 3/8/2000
Public Hero Private FelonWith an introduction by David Ram, author Jeff Benedict lectures about athletes and their crimes against women in his presentation: Public Hero Private Felon 4/26/1999
Lucy and Belle-Historic Dramatic PortrayalsIn honor of Women's History Month, Alumni LaWanza Brewington portrays Lucy Terry Prince, the 1st African American woman poet who lived in Deerfield in the 1740s; Linda Putnam portrays Major Belle Reynolds, the only woman commissioned an officer in the Civil War. Belle lived in Shelburne in 1860's. Co-sponsors: Pioneer Valley Institute and Discrimination Prevention Project of Franklin County http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VLLxVWOIpbU 3/11/1998
Meet Eleanor RooseveltThis theater piece focuses on Eleanor Roosevelt as wife, mother and first lady. Presented by E. Dood and J. Lane, it describes Eleanor Roosevelt's marriage, gradual emergence in both private and public life, and her involvement in world affairs. 4/4/1994
Making Money in MusicIn this panel discussion, Making Money in Music, professional musicians discuss alternate options for earning a living in their field of choice. Sponsored by the GCC Music Department 11/12/1985
Convocation of Robert L. PuraThis program is the Academic Convocation and Installation of Robert L. Pura, Ninth President of the College. The platform party includes: Judith Gill, Stanley Rosenberg, Rebecca Caplice, Linda Cavanaugh, Robert Cohn, Ana Gaillat, JoBeth Hager-Perry, Mary Ellen Kelly, Christina Menko, Marjorie MacDonald-Pura and Dr. Robert L. Pura. 10/5/2001
Student Dance Concert-1995-SpringRAW FOOTAGE-date is approximate. Concert is early years of the dance program. With the introduction by Carolyn Nims. The concert was presented in the Gymnasium. 4/25/1995
Convocation of Charles WallThis program is the Academic Convocation and Installation of Charles Wall, Eighth President of the College. Please refer to the college archives in the library for a copy of the original program. 9/19/1996
Dealing with the Past 50 Years LaterMaximilian Kowler, born in Vienna, Austria fled that country soon after its takeover by Germany in 1938. He immigrated to France & volunteered for the French Army where he served in 1940. In the mountains of the Massif Central he was injured and transported to Switzerland in 1942 where he was interned in various camps. At the end of the war, Kowler was called back to France to become the transport manager of the Jewish Agency in Marseilles, in charge of boats carrying displaced persons from the concentration camps to Palestine, including the EXODUS. In '51, Kowler came to NY. In '72 he moved to Lenox MA to teach high school. In '87 because of his work a Holocaust Monument was erected in front of the court house in Pittsfield. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vYAAUH8yeKA 4/9/1997
English as a Second Language PromoStudents from the English as a Second Language program greet us in their own language and share their successes as a result of being in the ESL program this program includes clips from ESL classrooms and social events held at Greenfield Community College. Produced 1994-95 with narration by Jean Boucias. not listed
Monserrat Show, TheThe Monserrat Show is the Learning Center Tutor Orientation training program produced in June 2000 and hosted by Monserrat Archibald, Tutor coordinator 6/1/2000
Commencement 1991Commencement 1991 was the 28th annual graduation at Greenfield Community College. Kay Sloan is President. Keynote address is by Prof. Gromery graduate of Howard and John Hopkins Universities; Fred Agnir opens the ceremony with a prayer and closes with benediction; Kim Stedman, Student Senate President presents a plaque for the dedication of the Sloan Theater. Don Brown is included in the platform party; as well as Merryl Sackin who presents the awards. Carlton Stinchfield calls names of graduates for diplomas. 6/2/1991
Commencement 1992Commencement 1992 was the 29th annual graduation at Greenfield Community College. Kay Sloan is President and she introduces two graduating students as speakers: LaWanza Brewington, Student Trustee and Balena Lewis Carpenter charter member of Phi Theta Kappa and learning center tutor. Platform includes Merryl Sackin presenting awards, Charlie Carter, Bob Keir and Don Brown. Trustee Chair Charlie Ramon conferes the granting of diplomas and Ira Rubenzahl calls the names of graduates. 6/7/1992
Commencement 1993Commencement 1993 was the 30th annual graduation at Greenfield Community College. Kay Sloan is President; Platform includes Merryl Sackin presenting awards and Don Brown. Ira Rubenzahl confers and reads the names of the graduates. As senior faculty Bill Sweeney provides opening and closing remarks; Initiated by Wayne Coller a special award is presented to graduate Ellis Clough's guide dog Calli. 6/6/1993
Mother Goose Meets Socrates: A Learning Journey"Mother Goose Meets Socrates: A Learning Journey" is a documentary about the learning community created by linking EDU 205 Philosophy of Ed. taught by Kate Finnegan and ENG241 Survey of Children's Lit. taught by Mary Ellen Kelly. Program includes Kate and Mary Ellen talking about the experience of educators creating and coordinating a learning community and interviews by the students in the learning community. Students interviewed: Bassingwaite, Burt, Dunham, Flood, Flynn, Goodin, Hite, Mathey, McComb, Parker, Santana, Stevens, Thompson, Tirrell, Wells. 10/1/2003
Commencement 1994Commencement 1994 was the 31st annual graduation at Greenfield Community College. It is Kay Sloan's last year as our president and she presents a 20-minute address to the graduating class. The platform party includes Trustee Cynthia Lively; Bob Keir, Don Brown with opening and closing remarks by Bill Sweeney. Platform participants Merryl Sackin presents awards and Ira Rubenzahl reads the names of the graduates for their diplomas. 6/5/1994
Past to Present Life Cycles of the Native PeoplePast to Present Life Cycles of the Native People is a presentation of 400 years of New England native people history through images and music. Margaret Bruchac presents herself as native Molly Geet. Bruchac a historian who teaches through the use of songs and stories can also be found teaching Native history in Old Sturbridge Village. This program is introduced by Louise Minks, Pioneer Valley Institute Coordinator. 4/4/1998
Commencement 1995Commencement 1995 was the 32nd annual graduation at Greenfield Community College. Larry Dean is Interm President; The platform party includes Bill Sweeney with opening and closing remarks; Joan Ibish who honors Bill Sweeney upon his retirement; John Murphy standing in for Don Brown; Merryl Sackin gives out student awards; Linda Cavanaugh awards the Walter Taylor award to Bob Keir; Carl Bittenbender, Finance trustee, confers the degrees; Ira Rubenzahl reads the names of graduates. 6/4/1995
Commencement 1996Commencement 1996 was the 33rd annual graduation at Greenfield Community College. Charlie Wall is President; the platform party is Ed Dolhenty with opening and closing remarks, Mirrless Underwood, Joan Ibish, Dick Hillier, Linda Cavanaugh, and John Murphy. Merryl Sackin hands out student awards; Darryl Shaw, Student Trustee is the student speaker; Trustee Cynthia Lively confers the degrees and Ira Rubenzahl reads the names of the graduates. NOTE: AUDIO COMPLICATIONS DUE TO RADIO INTERFERENCE 6/2/1996
American Valentine, AnAn American Valentine presented as a celebration of spring was produced by Richard Thayer and advisor Lillian Ruiz. The performers include: Fred Agnir, Joanne Hayes, Diana Grader, Faythe Turner, Steve Howland, Wil Roberts, Kathy Keillor and Company, George Soulos and the GCC Chorus 2/14/1996
Senior Enrichment Meeting-RAW FOOTAGESenior Enrichment Meeting held at the downtown campus conference room is a two-chapter program. Chapter 1 includes Risky Case as Moderator and Bob Pura as the main speaker. Chapter 2 is a community discussion by the Senior Enrichment participants. 5/1/2003
Future of Education in Massachusetts"The Future of Education in Massachusetts: A Forum on Education Reform" with an introduction by Charlie Wall this event is moderated by Rep. John F. Merrigan. The panel includes Mass. Educ. Commissioner David P. Driscoll, MTA Rep. Dr. Kathleen Skinner, Pres. of Mass Insight Education William Guenther, Senator Stan Rosenberg, Greenfield Superintendent of Schools Basan Nembirkow. 1/26/2000
TLC Why Are We Here?"Why Are We Here? 500 Million Year Journey Through Geologic Time" is in honor of the 35th Anniversary of GCC and sponsored by the Teaching and Learning Committee (TLC). This lecture is presented by geology professor Richard "Dick" Little. Dick Little is introduced by Don Brown. 10/10/1995
Commencement 1999Commencement 1999 was the 36th annual graduation at Greenfield Community College. Charlie Wall is President; welcoming remarks by Prof. A. Kenneth Wilson, closing remarks by Prof. Daniel LaRose; the Student address is by Marnie Tibbetts, Student Senate President. The platform party includes the following Deans: Richard Hillier, Margaret Craig (her last commencement at GCC), Kate Douglas, Art Hannan, Steve Budd, and Donna Wilson. Trustee's Chair H. Peter Wood confers the degrees and Paula Gastenveld reads the names of the graduates for their diplomas. John Murphy helps Merryl Sackin hand out student awards. 6/6/1999
American Empire: Globalization, War and ReligionDr. Chandra Muzaffar a Malaysian human rights activist, President of International Movement for a Just World, author of 500 articles and 18 books including "Human Rights and the New World Order" and "Muslims, Dialogue, Terror" speaks to us about The American Empire: Globalization, War and Religion. The event is sonsored by GCC's Response Initiative, the Empire Working Group and AFSC. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ohyZ4Jo7wZk 9/22/2003
Ethel Dow Wells Foundation-RAW FOOTAGEA compilation of 3 recordings related to the Ethel Dow Wells Foundation. Chapter 1) Interview with Mabel Crosier. Chapter 2) Recipient meeting, 1997. Chapter 3) Recipient meeting, 1998 with Joe Bartlett present. Taped on previously used tape. Chapter 3 includes part of Mirrless Underwood's retirement party. 9/9/1997
First American Revolution: Pueblo Revolt of 1680Hear the story and follow the action as Louise Minks explains the motivation and offers a history lesson at the opening of her show "First American Revolution: Pueblo Revolt of 1680". The work documents the 400th anniversary of the Spanish seizing New Mexico from the Pueblo Indian people. Minks explains that nearly 100 years later the pueblo people threw them out. It was the only successful Native American revolution in North America. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=anfVKzHsfcs 2/4/1998
Hate Crimes and Civil Rights LawHate Crimes and Civil Rights Law: A Panel Discussion and Public Forum is moderated by Kathleen Alexander, Dir. of Community Ed at N.W. District Atty's office. The panel is: LaWanza Brewington, FCAC; Thomas McCormick, Assistant Atty General; Melinda Soffer, Assistant District Atty; Karla Vindell, GCC student; Betsy Williams, conflict resolution trainer & mediator. Panelist present information on: What is a hate crime; what are your civil rights if you are a victim of a hate crime; what are the options for victims; what is it like to be a member of a group who could be victimized; what prevention education work is being done and what else can be done? 5/1/1995
Phi Theta Kappa Induction 1996Phi Theta Kappa Induction Ceremony 1996 includes: Ira Rubenzahl presenting the opening remarks and introduction of Darren Engstrom, President GCC's Chapter PTK. Remarks are made by Engstrom, and PTK advisor Lillian Ruiz. Original PTK advisor Fred Agnir introduces Dr. Mirrless Underwood, Dean of Beh. Sci. for her keynote address. GCC Pres. Charlie Wall offers the closing remarks. Special Notes: Prof. Nancy Winter awards PTK certificate and pin to her husband Jerry, PTK inductee. GCC's PTK chapter held its first induction in December 1990. 4/25/1996
Culture and Globalization: A Conversation with Dr. Chandra MuzaffarCulture and Globalization is a conversation between Dr. Chandra Muzaffar and a GCC class. The conversation was held in the college's TV studio and recorded the day that Dr. Muzaffar spoke in the lecture "The American Empire". 9/22/2003
Snatch a Falling Star (R-rated Version)Snatch a Falling Star (R-rated Version) directed by Kimberley Morin. The action occurs in a Los Angeles apartment. Peggy Jan Fuqua (Marnie Tibbets) and her brother Jimmy Fuqua (Michael Glazier) kidnap former star Ned Reardon (Jerry Marcanio). They hold him hostage for several weeks in an attempt to "dry him out." NOT FOR BROADCAST 5/5/2001
Snatch a Falling Star (PG-rated Version)This version of Snatch a Falling Star directed by Kimberley Morin has had the explicit language edited out so that it is available for broadcast. The action occurs in a Los Angeles apartment. Peggy Jan Fuqua (Marnie Tibbets) and her brother Jimmy Fuqua (Michael Glazier) kidnap former star Ned Reardon (Jerry Marcanio). They hold him hostage for several weeks in an attempt to "dry him out" 5/5/2001
Conference: Protecting Our Civil Liberties-Workshop Patriot Act 1&2 WorkshopConference: Protecting Our Civil Liberties-The Core of Democracy included this workshop presented by Attorneys C. William Michaels (author of "No Greater Threat") and Bill Newman (Western Mass ACLU). Attys. Newman and Michaels cover the fine points of the Patriot Acts in lecture and follow up with a question and answer period. 7/26/2003
Globalization and Commanding HeightsGabriella Megyesi is a teacher in Budapest, Hungary. In "Globalization and Commanding Heights" tells us about her experiences in living under the socialist rule in Hungary; a country where governments controlled the "commanding heights" of the economy and tried to centrally plan economic development. Government planners failed miserably. International trade, often called globalization, now brings manufacturing & management expertise into poor countries. Such economic progress is often resisted by the elites in these countries as their place is dependent upon keeping international competitors away. Gabriel is joined by Gregory Rehmke. 10/22/2003
TLS Beyond Nagano: The Olympics of Intercultural CommunicationsThis program from the Teaching and Learning Series (TLS) "Beyond Nagano: The Olympics of Intercultural Communications" presents a discussion about how communication between Japanese and North Americans is complicated by assumptions that grow out of contrasting cultural beliefs. This production includes a slide presentation and a panel discussion. The panelists are Fred Agnir, Kit Carpenter and Matt Howell. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gwo1fgXd4mQ 5/5/1998
TLS Science of Musical SoundThe Teaching and Learning Series (TLS) sponsored this presentation "The Science of Musical Sound" Professor David Harvey demonstrates an oscilloscope. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A6pD53gQBLU 3/3/1998
TLS From Communism to Capitalism: GCC Goes to the Former Soviet UnionThe Teaching and Learning Series (TLS) sponsored this presentation. As countries in the Former Soviet Union struggle to create independent economies, business institutes and universities are searching for ways to train students to conduct free enterprise. The lack of a system to handle this in each country has been a nightmare. John Reino visited the former S.U. in 1993 & '94 to offer 3-week courses in business and finance. In his Teaching and Learning Series (TLS) program slide-presentation "From Communism to Capitalism" John will discuss his experiences and give some background on the state of the transition from communist-controlled economies to the initial stages of private enterprise. 12/12/1997
TLS Peublo RevoltThe Teaching and Learning Series (TLS) sponsored this presentation "Peublo Revolt" by Louise Minks. Through describing her paintings of Taos, Louise presents a lesson about the history of the relationship between the Spanish and the Pueblo. Her Taos paintings are fashioned after the hidden paintings commissioned by the churches in the 1700s. The paintings of the 1700's were commissioned by the churches to be used as instructional material. 9/9/1998
From Abuser to Peer Group Leader"From Abuser to Peer Group Leader" is presented by Dr. Stephen Jefferson, Professor Sports Management, Umass. Dr. Jefferson speaks about his eleven year journey in the Men Overcoming Violence (M.O.V.E.) Program at the Men's Resource Center of Western Mass. 10/21/2003
TLS Elder Hostel: Teaching & Learning for the Love of ItThe Teaching and Learning Series (TLS) presents "Elder Hostel: Teaching & Learning for the Love of It". In "Elder Hostel: Teaching & Learning for the Love of It" Dr. Helen Ellis, Greenfield Community College Faculty Emeritae, tells us about her experience as a presenter and as a student at Elder Hostel. not listed
Adverstising & the Perfect Storm: Global Warming, Peak Oil & Consumer DebtAdverstising & the Perfect Storm: Global Warming, Peak Oil & Consumer Debt presented by Sut Jhally is sponsored by the Foundation for the 8th annual Commager Lecture. Prof Jhally, Communication of Umass and Founder/Exec Director of the Media Education Foundation (MEF). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WNy9s5qR4i0 11/18/2009
Our Community Is the WorldIn "Our Community Is the World" Shepard and Leona Forman recount their experiences working in countries around the world, of their perceptions on how peoples of the world view the U.S., and how to help the world be a better place for all. They have stories and information on what the world is like from perspectives not usually heard. The Forman's will speak from their experience and about their belief that isolationism and rugged individualism on a national scale are no longer viable strategies. The speakers have based their national and international work on that premise and have worked to help the world (global) community accept and operate on the premise peace goes hand in hand with economic opportunity and justice. Leona Forman trained and worked as a journalist and spent 20 years working in various capacities at the United Nations. Two years ago, she established Brazil Foundation to benefit NGO’s working for social change in Brazil. Since its creation Brazil Foundation has donated over $1.5 million to 22 projects in Brazil. Shep received his Ph.D in anthropology at Columbia University and did post-doctoral studies in economic development in England. He then founded The Center on International Cooperation (CIC) established at NYU in 1996. Sponsored by Greenfield Community College Responsive Initiative. 10/9/2003
Student Dance Concert 1994Student Dance Concert 1994 is rough footage of a dance concert held in the College's Gym. Carolyn Nims offers opening remarks. Possibly the second dance concert for the program. This DVD is unedited and without titles. 5/5/1994
Commencement 1996-CandidThis program is rough candid footage. Commencement 1996 was the 33rd annual graduation at Greenfield Community College. Charlie Wall is President; the platform party is Ed Dolhenty with opening and closing remarks; Mirrless Underwood, Joan Ibish, Dick Hillier, and Linda Cavanaugh, and John Murphy. Merryl Sackin hands out student awards; Darryl Shaw, Student Trustee is the student speaker; Trustee Cynthia Lively confers the degrees and Ira Rubenzahl reads the names of the graduates. NOTE: AUDIO COMPLICATIONS DUE TO RADIO INTERFERENCE 6/1/1996
Student Dance Concert-1996 Fall 7 p.m. ShowThis is the 7 p.m. show of the Student Dance Concert held in the Sloan Theater, Fall 1996. This dance concert was a benefit concert held by students and faculty from GCC's dance program. This is a mixed two-camera program but there are no titles. The finished version is a combination of the 4 & 7 pm concerts. 12/19/1996
Student Dance Concert-1996 Fall 4 p.m. ShowThis is the 4 p.m. show of the Student Dance Concert held in the Sloan Theater, Fall 1996. This dance concert was a benefit concert held by students and faculty from GCC's dance program. This is a mixed two-camera program but there are no titles. The finished version is a combination of the 4 & 7 pm concerts. 12/19/1996
One College Drive # 03-Claire Arnenus Jazz Band & Catfish JamOne College Drive #3 presents music performances by: Claire Arnenus Jazz Band (taped 11/13/02) 00:42:00; Catfish Jam (taped 10/15/03) 00:50:30 11/13/2002
Shays' Rebellion: The American Revolution's Final Battle"Shays' Rebellion: The American Revolution's Final Battle" presented by Umass Prof. Leo Richards is the second annual Henry Steel Commager Lecture. Richards' research about Shays' Rebellion has totally reshaped the discussion about the significance of this event because Shays' fellow rebels were not all poor farmers. In researching the background of the people involved, Richards learned that many of them were prominent, affluent, powerful members of their community, not just disgruntled farmers trying to make a living. (AKA Shay's) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0QSwmvMr9cY 11/5/2003
Vietnam Veterans Moving Wall Memorial, Part 1Vietnam Veterans Moving Wall Memorial, Part 1, is a record of the delivery of "The Moving Wall" July 22, 1989, & the installation conducted by area veterans and national guard enlistees. This was the first time the Moving Wall came to Massachusetts. It was brought here with the cooperation and support of the Franklin County Patriotic Societies, and installed at the Franklin County Fair Grounds. Part 1 (narrated by Bonnie Berger) includes the Veterans parade, the invocation, a POW/MIA hot air balloon launch, a flag raising conducted by the Vietnam Vets Chapter 50 (1st in the state to receive their Charter), a 21-gun salute followed by taps, the American Legion Day (hosted by Post 81) on July 24, and Women's Day Opening Ceremony and Wreath Laying on July 26. Dignitaries and Honored Guests include: Carmen Buell, John Devitt (Moving Wall artist), Major General Wayne Wagner, Edmund Ochowski, Ferris Towne, Walter Kastanski, Father Salvo, Maggie Strivo, John Merrigan, Bernie McGarrah, Mark Fitzpatrick, Mike King, Bernard McClusky, David Garso, Commissioner Thomas J. Hunder, Bob Aletto, Beverly Ali, and Col. Haragis from Westover AFB. 7/22/1989
Vietnam Veterans Moving Wall Memorial, Part 2This was the first time the Moving Wall came to Massachusetts. It was brought here with the cooperation and support of the Franklin County Patriotic Societies, and installed at the Franklin County Fair Grounds. Vietnam Veterans Moving Wall Memorial, Part 2 is sponsored by Veterans of Foreign Wars. On July 25, 1989, the Reading of Massachusetts Casualties was conducted. Part 2 is a record of those readings. 7/25/1989
Vietnam Veterans Moving Wall Memorial, Part 3This was the first time the Moving Wall came to Massachusetts. The "Moving Wall" was brought here with the cooperation and support of the Franklin County Patriotic Societies, and installed at the Franklin County Fair Grounds. Vietnam Veterans Moving Wall Memorial, Part 3 consists of: Women's Day sponsored by the Women's Auxillary (7/26/89) with the Reading of POW/MIA names. As Patricia Strazick read the name of each of the 56 Massachusetts POW/MIA, a candle was lite and a black balloon was released. Prayer was lead by Beverly Reid; a Salute was lead by Beverly Allard; the evening ended with a flag ceremony and taps. Marine Corp Day, 7/27/89, was sponsored by Oak Ridge Detachment Marine Corp League with opening remarks by Bill Markland the day consists of several patriotic services including a flag parade, presenting of the arms and colors, as well as taps. July 28 was sponsored by Disabled American Veterans with the Reading of Franklin County Casualties. July 29, sponsored by Vietnam Veterans Chapters 50 and 232, brought the Closing Day Ceremonies with speakers: Silvia Conti, Senator Robert Wetmore, Edmond Olchowski, Chaplin Ed Flower, Rev. Linda Barne, and Rep. Carmen Buell. 7/26/1989
TLS Return of the Goddess, Pt 2This Teaching and Learning Series (TLS) program "Return of the Goddess: A Little Art Her Story" is part two of a three-part art history lecture by Professor Keith Hollingworth. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q7pySRRaTxs 2/15/2000
TLS Return of the Goddess, Pt 3This Teaching and Learning Series (TLS) program "Return of the Goddess: A Little Art Her Story" is the third and final part of an art history lecture by Professor Keith Hollingworth. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VPLH_S1DoDY 5/10/2000
TLS The Psychology of GolfThis Teaching and Learning Series (TLS) program is a presentation about the psychology of golf as presented by Professor Ed Dolhenty. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nGScFG-6DcE not listed
TLS Return of the Goddess, Pt 1This Teaching and Learning Series (TLS) program "Return of the Goddess: A Little Art Her Story" is the first of a three-part art history lecture by Professor Keith Hollingworth. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=20zn-yU-mZM not listed
Student Dance Concert-2003-FallThe fall 2003 Student Dance Concert is titled "Expressions". The dance pieces are: Le Petit Class, Top Ten, Echoes and Oceans: Four Poems, Shim-Sham-Shimmy, Temple Dance, Red, Congo Kassadon, Joe Stirliing's Soft Shoe, Karsilams9/8, In Search of the Right Path, Never, Arabesque, Chosen Memories, Blue. 12/5/2003
One College Drive # 04-Monologues and ScenesOne College Drive #4 presents Kimberley Morin's Theater Class in "Monologues and Scenes." Students presenting: Tara Berthiaume, Carolina Barreat, Chazz Griffith, Leia Nelson, Penney Robert, Ian Roberts, Mike Terounzo, Maria Uprichard, Chad Worthley. 12/10/2003
One College Drive # 05-Free ImprovOne College Drive #5 presents the student music recital "Free Improv" is a performance by the Creative Musicianship class: Carrie Croteau, Daniel Deluca, Matt Desreuisseau, Gretchen Harbourt, Kami Lahoski, Misha Moss, and Darren Ovitsky. Organized by Music Director Matt Shippee and Student Life. 12/1/2003
One College Drive # 06-ClassicalOne College Drive #6 presents the fall 2003 student music recital "Classical". Performers: Melanie Lamere on Flute; Misha Mross on Piano and Bass; Emily Joseph on Piano; Gretchen Harbourt with vocals; Joshua Nealy on Piano; Virginia Hunter on Piano; Sarah Parker with vocals. 12/12/2003
Court Dorsey Collaborations"Court Dorsey Collaborations" is a compilation of three studio performances. The pieces are: The Guest Lecturer (00:13:13), The Burrow (00:33:15), Dreams (00:27:30). 9/9/1989
Video Class 1999 Spring Video 1AVideo Class 1999 Spring Video 1A is a compilation tape of productions by: Beachesne, Holmes, Peck, Ryan, Rudd, Bemak, Crawford, Bobetsky, Taylor, Donnelly, Pratt, and Long - video class student productions 5/5/1999
Video Class 1996 SpringVideo Class 1996 Spring is a compilation of productions by Wentzel, Doshas, Bergstrom, R. Sweeney, LeBlanc, K. Lynch, Blitz, Carlos A., Willor, Zinn, Kenney, R. Campbell, Zajac, Issler, Hamilton, and D. Strong - video class student productions 5/5/1996
Video Class 1995 Spring & FallVideo Class 1995 Spring & Fall is a compilation of productions by LeBlanc, Trip, Brown, Strong, Wawrzyniak, Miner, Dedis, Healy, Berthiaume, Campbell, Chevalier, Laffond, Roulk, Page, Healy - video class student productions 5/16/1995
Video Class 1998 FallVideo Class 1998 Fall is a compilation of productions from Video 1A & 1B: Karash, Morin, Kelliher, LaBonte, Russell, Divoll, Kavanaugh, Bartos, Wynne, Finney, deWinkaleer, King, Podlenski, Phillips, Rutka - video class student productions not listed
Video Class 1997 FallVideo Class 1997 Fall is a compilation of productions by: Kinney, Bracey, Brokos, Calliham, Rubenzahl, Racheal, Dudley, Willor, Odess-Gillett, Morrow, Rustemeyer, Zalenski - video class student productions 12/12/1997
Video Class 1998 Spring & 1998 Student Art ShowVideo Class 1998 Spring is a compilation of productions by: Wynne, Rounds, Murphy, Seward, Weaver, Sweeney, Conde, and Maiorana. A record of the 1998 Student Art Show is also included - video class student productions 5/5/1998
Video Class 1996 & 1997 fall/spring semestersVideo Class 1996 & 1997 fall/spring semesters is a compilation of productions by Ward, Emond, Ballou, Jordain, Wentzel, Barger, Lynch, Lutz, Freeland, Bond, Carlos A, West, M. Fuller, Avery and Petrucelli -video class student productions 5/5/1997
Local Bands GCC TV Studio Work '83 & '84In 1983 & 1984 local bands perform their music in the TV studio: 1) Bob Whitcomb; 2) Ross Boughton; 3) Improve on 13th (Ross, Maggie ?); 4) Colt 45, again; 5) "Reds" Underfire Kevin O'Connor; 6) China David Zibakowski 9/9/1983
Video Student Pieces #3Video Student Pieces #3 includes the following productions 1) "Studio 6" segments, 1982; 2) Super-8 student silent films 1978; 3) Talking with JR, 1982. - video class student work 9/9/1978
Video Class 1999 Spring - Video IIIncludes Video Class 1999 Spring - Video II productions by M. Morin, Willor, Merrini, Divoll, Rancourt, Loper, Maiorana, Dudley, Rounds and Bartos - video class student productions 5/5/1999
Marketing Promotional Programs #2Marketing Promotional Programs #2 is a compilation of promo pieces produced for use on or off-campus: Greenfield Industrial Park; Agawam Industrial Park; Palmer Industrial Park; Westmass Area Dev. Corp. ICE in Franklin County; America Reads (1999); ETSC Services Intro A-roll (2000); ETSC Services Intro B-roll (2000); Reflections Art Show not listed
Crumpin' Fox Promo Raw Footage #1Crumpin' Fox Promo Raw Footage #1--1) Course, designer, interviews; 2) Pro, instruction, clubhouse; 3) Builder, interviews; 4) Course, range footage; 5) Course footage; 6) Course footage not listed
Crumpin' Fox Promo Raw Footage #2Crumpin' Fox Promo Raw Footage #2--1) Course footage; 2) Trick shots; pro interview, instruction; 3) interviews, owner, course shots; 4) Phases Restaurant footage, set ups; 5) Phases restaurant; 6) food prep; 7) food shots/environment; 8) buffet, bar, lounge, kitchen not listed
Vital SignsVital Signs (written by Jane Martin) is performed by the theater department. The cast is: Emily Hickson, Lianne Paul Mattson, Jedediah Smith, Richard Thayer, Leah Verrill, Janet Morris, Nichole Wrisley. 9/9/1994
Local History Film Transfers #1Local History Film Transfers #1 is a compilation of footage shot by local residents. The compilation includes: Farm stuff, etc., 1936 (10:48); Athol Park, 1936 (13:00); Shelburne Maple Sugaring, 1970 (13:25); WWII R&R in Japan parts 1&2 with Farm life winter footage (46:19); Scotland 1930's (8:00) not listed
Loki"LOKI" Karen Carlson answers performance questions 9/9/1982
Local History Film Transfers #2Local History Film Transfers #2 is a compilation of footage taken at the Petersham Fairs from 1944 to 1962. not listed
Marketing Promotional Programs #1Marketing Promotional Programs #1 is a compilation of promo pieces produced for use on or off-campus: Reflections (Art show by Minks & Lawler); English as a Second Language; Coop Ed; Emerging Careers (2 pieces); Fitness Center; America Reads; Community-A College's Heritage; and What is College Like?` not listed
Video Class 1990 SpringVideo Class 1990 Spring this is a compilation of work by: Karen Magoon, Amy Love and Eric Saczawa 5/5/1990
Video Class 2003 Spring Video IIVideo Class 2003 Spring Video II includes work by: Breglio, Woodard, Salva, Bernozzi, Buccaroni, Winseck, Salva and Mangan. - video class student productions 5/5/2003
Classroom Assessment TechniquesFred Agnir, Peter Letson, Kate Finnegan and Saul Greenblatt talk about Classroom Assessment Techniques 9/9/1997
TLC Project Enhanced ClassroomProject Enhanced Classroom is a Teaching and Learning (TLC) workshop by GCC Math Department Faculty 11/1/1996
Telelessons (1974)Telelessons is a compilation of videos produced for teaching in the Video/media classes. Programs are: Six Steps in Better Telelessons, Displaying Objects on Television, Bias in Audience Reactions. Program hosted by Robert Tracy, included Bob Laramie, Sue Markwell, Sadaka Burns, Professor Warren Johannson, Marty Hayes. 9/9/1974
ScienceWorks SeminarScienceWorks Seminar produced by Karen Green and Joe Lada is a seminar for local science teachers. Skip Price is the moderator. 7/2/1997
Fiscal Crisis In Our Town? A Public Forum"Fiscal Crisis In Our Town? A Public Forum" was sponsored by Merrill Lynch & GCC. Panelist: Kay Sloan, Pres. GCC; Robbie Cohn, Cohn Real Estate; Joe Bete, Pres. Channing L. Bete Co; Al Hutchinson, The Recorder Editor; Norman Thidemann, Greenfield Town Manager; Rebecca Caplice, Pres. Franklin County Shawmut Bank; Stanley Gawle, Ex. Dir. FCAC; Carmen Buell, State Rep 2nd Franklin District. Video Crew: R. Tracy, D. Roberge, S. Minton, St. Watts, D. Robbins, E. Mitchell, E. Saczwa, B. Berger 3/7/1990
Advising With Banner & School-to-Work PromoIn the first show, Art Hannan works with a student to explain advising with Banner. The second show is presented by Tech Prep for "School-to-Work in Franklin County". Participants from Business/Education: Paul Cohen, Beth Lorenz, Tracey Almeida, Dick Russo, Doug Hillman, Nourse Farms, Adam Orth, Andrea Neal, Dale MacLeod, Holly Dobson, and Francie Garinen. Students are: Adorno, Hutt, Cremins, Debcowski, Maggie Smith, M. Wilcox, Getch, Zalenski, and Rivers not listed
ESOL Tutoring ConversationEnglish for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Tutoring Conversation was organized by Susan Hackney and includes P. Summer, M.E. Kelly, J. Gessing, D. Sutherland, and P. Nahman. not listed
Faculty OrientationPam Simanski introduces vignettes produced by Larramie Community College, Ohio. not listed
Who Owns Women's Bodies: Trailblazers for Women's Reproductive Rights in the Pioneer ValleyAT THE REQUEST OF THE PRESENTER, THIS PROGRAM IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR BROADCAST. Dr. Joyce Berkmen, Umass History Prof, presents: Who Owns Women's Bodies: Trailblazers for Women's Reproductive Rights in the Pioneer Valley. Dr. Berkman's lecture offers a historical overview on national and local reproductive rights. 3/3/2004
In the Name of My SonIn the Name of My Son is a testimony presented by Fernando Suarez del Solar. Del Solar is the father of a US soldier killed in Iraq. On 3/27/03, his son Jesus stepped on a US cluster bomblet while fighting in Iraq. Since then Fernando has traveled to Iraq to grieve; he spoke with many US soldiers; and he listened to the needs of Iraqi civilians. Upon his return to the US, Fernando has traveled the country to speak out against the war and occupation of Iraq. This presentation is bi-linqual. Mr. Del Solar predominately speaks Spanish; his words are interpreted into English by Dr. Ana Gaillat. 3/5/2004
One College Drive # 07-Gideon FreudmannOne College Drive #7 presents Singer Songwriter Gideon Freudmann singing and performing his original music on electric cello. 3/10/2004
One College Drive # 09-GED Program & Support for Testing SuccessOne College Drive #9 presents Jean Boucias, Director of Testing Services and Chief Examiner for GCC's GED testing. Jean talks about the GED program and local support for testing success. This program includes a National GED video. 3/28/2004
One College Drive # 08-Two Piece Nastee and FriendsOne College Drive #8 presents "Two Piece Nastee and Friends" as they play Rock, Reggae, Funk and Party Music. 3/30/2004
36 Years Ago TodayRev. Michael Clark served as the media liaison for the family of Dr. King, Jr., during the historic 1999 civil trial in Memphis TN. Having come to believe that James Earl Ray was not the assassin of Dr. King, the family brought a wrongful death action against Loyd Jowers, accusing him and others of conspiring to murder King. The jury found Jowers liable and concluded that a conspiracy, involving government agents at various levels, resulted in King's death. Rev. Clark worked with the media during the trial and was present in the courtroom as some 70 witnesses testified for the plaintiffs. Clark has been a student of the case for more than 30 years. It is his conviction that the reasons King was killed and the forces responsible for his death have continuing relevance for our current struggles for social change. MLK was assassinated April 4, 1968 or "36 Years Ago Today". http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dDMeDHz0DBs 4/4/2004
Franklin County Collaboration for Children, 2nd Annual ForumFranklin County Collaboration for Children, 2nd Annual Forum, "The Economic Impact of the Child Care & Early Ed. Industry in Massachusetts" includes a presentation by Jason Sachs, Research & Policy Coordinator, from the MA Dept of Ed.; opening remarks by GCC Pres. Bob Pura; panel discussion moderated by Ellen Edge, Dir. Early Childhood Headstart H.C.A.C. The panel consists of parent Rachel Stoler, Rep. Stephen Kulik, PCDC Dir. Val Luther, & Bete Co Asst. Dir of HR Kim Russo. Event was coordinated by Union 38 Comm. Partnership, Coord. for Children, Karen Greene. 4/2/2004
Cost of Racism to White AmericaIn his lecture, The Cost of Racism to White America, Professor John H. Bracey, Jr. will examine how racism and white entitlement have economic costs for all Americans. Professor Bracey is a member of the W.E.B. DuBois Department of Afro-American studies at Umass. This lecture is co-sponsored by the Diversity Working Group and Student Life and includes the intro by Prof. Dovi Afesi. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=psnIvnzWNx4 5/4/2004
One College Drive # 11-Concrete JungleOne College Drive #11 is music by "Concrete Jungle". 5/1/2004
One College Drive # 10-SimbaOne College Drive #10 is Carribean music by "Simba" 4/5/2004
Holocaust SurvivorMr. Thomas Weisshaus is a Holocaust Survivor now living in Exeter NH. He was born in 1928 in Budapest, Hungary, attended secondary school at the Jewish Gymnasium (Lycee) 1939-44. The Nazi occupation of Hungary started in March 1944, and lasted until Jan 1945. He was in a displaced persons' camp in Germany from 1945-46. In his lecture, Mr Weisshaus will be drawing on his childhood experiences with Holocaust perpetrators, bystanders, rescuers, and victims, and will discuss the role played by women, especially the women in his family. Sponsored by the Diversity Working Group & Office of Student Life. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GEZF0wMJha8 4/14/2004
One College Drive # 12-The Aleutian ExperienceOne College Drive #12 presents Maureen Brown, the recipient of the 4th annual Distinguished Alumni Award. Maureen presents the Aleutian Experience. Maureen, class 1986, lives and works on the island of Akutan in Alaska's Aleutain chain. The island doesn’t have an airstrip, cars, paved roads, hotels, or a supermarket. It does have hot springs, an active volcano (last errupting in 1992), a fish refinery that seasonally swells the population of 713 to some 1,200-1,500, and there is the Anesia Kudrin Memorial Clinic staffed by Maureen, Advanced Nurse Practitioner and Clinic Manager. Maureen's presentation is a combination of the history and present day life for inhabitants of the island of Akutan. 5/5/2004
One College Drive # 13-Chamber Ensemble Student RecitalsOne College Drive #13 presents Chamber Ensemble Student Recitals for our listening pleasure. This concerts includes two extra pieces. 5/7/2004
One College Drive # 14-World Music Ensemble Spring 04One College Drive #14 offers us a student concert featuring "World Music Ensemble." 5/12/2004
One College Drive # 15-Jazz Ensemble Performance Spring 2004One College Drive #15 is a compilation of Spring 2004 GCC Jazz Ensemble Performance and additional full pieces performed by music students 5/3/2004
One College Drive # 16-Spring 2004 Recital SeriesOne College Drive #16 gives us Spring 2004 Recital Series Highlights by Music Class Students 5/6/2004
Tracy Kidder Interview Clips (ON-CAMPUS USE ONLY)Tracy Kidder Interview Clips is a series of seven subject matters about writing. This interview was conducted by Scott Melanson for use in the GCC 101 class. 7/15/2004
Student Dance Concert-2004-SpringStudent Dance Concert 2004 Spring is the 10th annual dance concert and titled "Dance 10". 5/7/2004
Tracy Kidder Interview Original Footage (ON-CAMPUS USE ONLY)Tracy Kidder Interview Original footage is a an interview of Mr. Kidder, published writer, conducted by Scott Melanson for use in the GCC 101 class. at the request of the presenter for ON-CAMPUS USE ONLY not listed
Health Care Meltdown"Health Care Meltdown: Community Forum on Access to Affordable Health Care" was co-sponsored by GCC and the Community Health Center of F.C. The welcome is offered by Bob Pura, the forum is moderated by Mary Siano, the panel of speakers are Prof. Alan Sager, Boston Univ School of Public Health; RN Sandy Eaton, Board of Director Mass Nurses Assoc.; Dr. Sarah Kemble, Exec. Dir. Community Health Center Franklin County. 10/18/2004
Racism, Guns, and Gold: Making of Modern AfricaRacism, Guns, and Gold: Making of Modern Africa is a lecture by Professor Dovi Afesi. Dovi employs his knowledge of history and his understanding of his native land Africa to offer a historical prospective on racism. 9/29/2004
Greenfield Town Council MeetingThis Greenfield Town Council Meeting, mediated by Councilor-at-Large Dan Guin, was aired live from the GCC Television Studio. 3/3/2004
Video Class Clips 1994-1996Video Class Clips 1994-1996 consists of productions or raw footage by: Heilig, Danleyanko, Stowe, O'Connor, & Petrucelli. - video class student work not listed
Video Class Clips 1991-1999Video Class Clips 1991-1999 consists of productions or raw footage by Beauschesne ('91); San Miguel; O'Clark; Florz & Issler; Seward ('96); A. Glick ('98); Frame Production ('99); Krusas ('00); Tuna Sandwich; Eaton & Caron; E. Taylor ('99-00); R. Berthiaume ('96); Ballou ('96); Fatal Attraction & Caldors/Stop & Shop ('96); Bond ('96); A.J. LeBlanc; Bemak; Rory, Pat, Ian & Jeff ('96) - video class student productions not listed
GCC Employee Exerpts (Campus Use Only)GCC Employee Exerpts is limted to Campus Use Only. It includes: 1) Steve Budd "Talk-in" 1990; 2) Kay Sloan (Ad Takes); 3) Pam Samanski & Saul Greenblatt (fake "Talk-In); 4) Jean Boucias "Granny Smith Award" footage; 5) Saul Greenblatt "Joan Rivers" Ads; 6) Mirrless Underwood Retirement Party; 7) GCC Budget Cuts Mtg in Lecture Hall 1975 (voice of Lou Turner); and 8) Herb Hentz' 50th B-day. not listed
Talk In Show #10Talk In Show #10 is hosted by Bonnie Berger. Bonnie interviews Town Councilors John Merrigan and Bernie McGarrah not listed
Local Polish HistoryAmy Novak interviews local resident Walter Kazstanski about his life, family, and heritage in relation to local polish history. 1/20/1983
Weldon Opening CeremonyOpening ceremony for the Weldon Senior Center includes addresses by: Bill Graud (sp?); Albert Norman; Dr. Thomas Mahony; GCC Pres. Dr Theodore Provo and Pat Mercell not listed
President Sloan RoastAs her farewell gathering the college holds a roast for President Kay Sloan at the Inn at Northampton. Kay is roasted by Mirrless Underwood, Margaret Craig, Charlie Carter, Art Hannan and other members of the college community. 9/23/1994
Video Class Clips 1996-2001Video Class Clips 1996-2001 consists of productions or raw footage by: DiPaulo, Zajak, Bracey, A. Kinney, Rustemeyer, Zalenski, T. Sweeney, Taylor (Early Life), Brokos, Calliham, Kickery, Rzegocki, Driben, Meng-Wei Lee, Chai Yi Lang, Li-fan Vu, Hsiao-Haiano Chao, Meng-Wei Lee. - video class student work not listed
From An African Village to America (CAMPUS USE ONLY)From An African Village to America is a slide-show lecture by Professor Dovi Afesi. Dovi speaks of his life, family, friends, and education in his homeland and his move to America for educational pursuits. (CAMPUS USE ONLY) 3/24/2004
Earle Spring News ConferenceIn 1979, Earle Spring's wife Blanche and son Robert of Montague, MA, petitioned the courts to cease Mr. Spring's dialysis when doctors determined that he no longer was responding to treatment. Mr. Spring's case is recorded as the first Massachusetts Supreme Court Hearing on the "Right to Die". At the time of the petition, Mr. Spring suffered from dementia. Earle Spring News Conference held after the death of Mr. Earle Spring includes Moderator Nancy Fernandez, Mr Spring's court-appointed Atty Mark Berson and Atty for the Spring family Marguerite Dolan. Berson and Dolan fielded questions by Curtis Hartman from Boston Magazine, Diane Kalas from WBZ Radio, and Earl March and from Herald American. 9/9/1980
In the Matter of Earle N. SpringIn the Matter of Earle N. Spring is the story of Earle Spring's life and struggle to die with dignity. In 1979, Earle Spring's wife Blanche and son Robert of Montague, MA, petitioned the courts to cease Mr. Spring's dialysis when doctors determined that he no longer was responding to treatment. Mr. Spring's case is recorded as the first Massachusetts Supreme Court Hearing on the "Right to Die". At the time of the petition, Mr. Spring suffered from dementia. 7/29/1980
Peace Patriots: A Forum with Robbie LeppzerWe preview a work-in-progress version of Robbie Leppzer's video "The Peace Patriots". Peace Patriots chronicles the events of protest and resistance in and around Northampton, MA in the weeks leading up to & during US military invasion of Iraq. The preview is followed by a discussion about the importance of grassroots citizen activism in a participatory democracy. Sponsored by GCCRI. 9/27/2004
Keys to Leadership (Campus Use Only)Keys to Leadership is the keynote address at the 36th GCC Foundation's annual meeting. The keynote speaker is Daniel Goleman, PhD. This presentation is for campus use only. 9/23/2004
Pathways to Success 2004Pathways to Success 2004 Independent Learning Projects is a short video produced by Pathways students: Mike Perez, Crystal Ennis, Jamie Little and Abrah Orth. 8/28/2004
Impact of Globalization on the People of NicaraguaCampesina activist and leader in community development Mirian Olivas Jarquin speaks to us about the "Impact of Globalization on the People of Nicaragua". Olivas Jarquin, a 57-year-old native Nicaraguan, has experienced many of the cycles of military and economic violence that have affected El Regadio, Nicaragua. She participated in the Community Defense Committee during the insurrection that ended the US-backed Somoza dictatorship. And after the Sandinista government came into power, she watched as several of her children defended Nicaragua from US-backed Contra rebels. Now the US-CAFTA threatens the livelihoods of rural Nicaraguan communities. If ratified CAFTA would increase competition between Nicaraguan farmers and the US farming industry forcing more Nicaraguans to leave the countryside and some the country to live. Olivas Jarquin is brought to us by "Witness of Peace". Witness of Peace is a delegation with a mission of seeking to raise awareness of and give testimony to violations of humanrights in Latin America and the Caribbean and to advocate for US economic and social policies that support basic rights. Bi-lingual presentation as Olivas Jarquin speaks her native language while interpretted by Amy Shelton. 10/15/2004
Friends of MacLeish - A Poetry ReadingFriends of MacLeish - A Poetry Reading. This reading of poems written by various poets was read at the Friends of MacLeish Annual Meeting as the 2004 tribute to Archibald MacLeish. The readers are Bob Pura, Sheila Rainford, Helen Ellis, Ben Drabeck, Larry Dean, Margaret Howland, David Ram, Carol Letson and Allen Davis. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ArqNFyHfBvI 5/5/2004
Desperately Seeking SkepticsThe 3rd Annual Henry Steele Commager lecture "Desperately Seeking Skeptics: Sifting the Modern Flood of 'News' in Search of Truth" is presented by Tim Blagg, editor of The Recorder since 1986. Like Commager, Blagg is a historian. Through 40 years in the newspaper business, Blagg has seen "an explosion of information being made available to the average person." At the same time, the means through which this information is disseminated are increasingly suspect. Blagg's message for this lecture is "to have people get in what I call a skeptical frame of mind, and stay in that frame of mind while they watch the news." (excerpt) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dEYTYrw5Wk0 10/20/2004
Conversation with Christian McEwen Co-Producer/DirectorConversation with Christian McEwen Co-Producer/Director is an opportunity to hear about the experience of the project and to view excerpts of her video "Tomboys! Feisty Girls and Spirited Women." Ms. McEwen is also the editor of Jo's Girls: Tomboy Tales of High Adventure, True Grit and Real Life. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JhSoB7Amixs 12/1/2004
Oil, American Energy & Global SecurityOil, American Energy & Global Security is a panel presentation by Dr. Richard Ebeling, President of the Foundation for Economic Education and Dr. Vincent Ferraro, Professor of International Politics at Mt. Holyoke College. The event is co-sponsored by the GCC RI and the Amherst League of Women Voters and grant funded by MacNeil/Lehrer. 10/28/2004
One College Drive # 18-Jazz Ensemble's Fall 2004One College Drive #18 is the GCC Jazz Ensemble's Fall 2004 music performance. 12/7/2004
One College Drive # 17-Student Costuming and Scene performancesOne College Drive #17 is the Student Costuming and Scene performances as done by the Spring 2004 theater students. 5/5/2004
Friends of MacLeish - A Poetry Reading & Annual Humanities AwardsFriends of MacLeish - A Poetry Reading. This reading of poems written by various poets was read at the Friends of MacLeish Annual Meeting as the 2004 tribute to Archibald MacLeish. The readers are Bob Pura, Sheila Rainford, Helen Ellis, Ben Drabeck, Larry Dean, Margaret Howland, David Ram, Carol Letson and Allen Davis. The meeting members also award the Annual MacLeish Prizes in the Humanities. This year's recipients are: Donna Macartney (Art), and Olivia Judd (English). 5/27/2004
One College Drive # 19-Contemporary Music Concert Fall 04One College Drive #19 is the Fall 2004 student Contemporary Music Concert performance. 12/8/2004
One College Drive # 20-Moonlight and Morning StarOne College Drive #20 presents music by Moonlight and Morning Star. 11/15/2004
Student Dance Concert-2004-FallStudent Dance Concert-2004-Fall is titled "Sole 2 Soul." 12/8/2004
GCC West County Forum - May 15, 1998GCC West County Forum held May 15, 1998 is hosted by GCC President Charles Wall and sponsored by the Foundation. Speakers include Bill Freeman, Allen Davis, and Kevin Parsons. Produced by Chestnut Oak Productions through Falls Cable. 5/15/1998
Five Short Lasting Laughs (G-Version)Theater department alumni and students present a night of one act plays called "Five Short Lasting Laughs". Works of David Ives and Christopher Durang. "1-900-DESPERATE" (Dir. Carolina Barreat) performers: Colin Clifford, Charlee Gatker, Meghann Pearsall, Vivian Reed, Suzanna Sullivan, Nathan Tetrault. "A Sure Thing" (Dir. Marnie Tibbetts) performers: Tara Berthiaume and Eli Glace. "The Philadelphia" (Dir. Michael Glazier) performers: Sara Gibson, Michael Glazier, Walter Lesure Jr. "Time Flies" (Dir. Carolina Barreat) performers Sarah DeCarlo, David Skehan, Mike Terounzo. "Mystery at Twicknam Vicarage" (Dir. Tara Berthiaume) performers Charlee Gatker, Emily R.B. Joseph, Keith Rinaldi, Albert Saulsbury, Jenny Silver. 12/11/2004
Five Short Lasting Laughs (PG-Version)Theater department alumni and students present a night of one act plays called "Five Short Lasting Laughs". Works of David Ives and Christopher Durang. "1-900-DESPERATE" (Dir. Carolina Barreat) performers: Colin Clifford, Charlee Gatker, Meghann Pearsall, Vivian Reed, Suzanna Sullivan, Nathan Tetrault. "A Sure Thing" (Dir. Marnie Tibbetts) performers: Tara Berthiaume and Eli Glace. "The Philadelphia" (Dir. Michael Glazier) performers: Sara Gibson, Michael Glazier, Walter Lesure Jr. "Time Flies" (Dir. Carolina Barreat) performers Sarah DeCarlo, David Skehan, Mike Terounzo. "Mystery at Twicknam Vicarage" (Dir. Tara Berthiaume) performers Charlee Gatker, Emily R.B. Joseph, Keith Rinaldi, Albert Saulsbury, Jenny Silver. 12/11/2004
Video Class Clips 1995-1996Video Class Clips 1995-1996 consists of productions or raw footage by:Russin, Rathschmidt, E. Hamilton, E. Waite, Song of Songs, Video I group Project Party on GCC balcony, Ballet, C. Kenney, M. Simpson, C. Zinn, J. Wentzel, T. Rushton, Bartos, J. Allen, K. Lynch, Tracy, N. Simmons, P. Palmgren, Martini by Ben 12/21/1995
Video Class Clips & FootageVideo Class Clips & Footage include Krusas' raw footage on the streets of Greenfield, at Sherman's, and at the Vortex. Jed Smith, A Self-defeating Purpose. Simpson, Live Through This. 9/1/1994
One College Drive # 21-Theatrical PerformancesOne College Drive #21 is Theatrical Performances by Spring 04 theater students: Tara Berthiaume, Zak Feeley, Martha Olver, Maria Uprichard, Penney Roberts 4/21/2004
One College Drive # 22-GCC Fall 04 Music Recitals, Part 1One College Drive #22-GCC Fall 04 Music Recitals, Part 1, is a compilation of performances by: Colin Allen, Miles Arslanian, Nick Ayers, Jeff Beaulieu, Emrys Berwick, Dan LeLuca, Matt Desreuisseau, Gretchen Harbourt, Lena Jillson, Dan Ladd, Kami Lahoski, Mike Perez, Michelle Plummer, Maria Siano, Jen Tobey, and Dustin Yager 12/16/2004
Housing Court and the Community"Housing Court and the Community" presented by Housing Court Judge Dina Fein covers the current system in our local housing court. Intro by Stella Xanthakos 2/11/2005
One College Drive # 23-GCC Fall 04 Music Recitals, Part 2One College Drive #23-GCC Fall 04 Music Recitals, Part 2, is a compilation of performances by: Colin Allen, Miles Arslanian, Nick Ayers, Jeff Beaulieu, Emrys Berwick, Dan LeLuca, Matt Desreuisseau, Gretchen Harbourt, Lena Jillson, Dan Ladd, Kami Lahoski, Mike Perez, Michelle Plummer, Maria Siano, Jen Tobey, and Dustin Yager 12/16/2004
2005 Visiting Writer Series-Poet Magdalena Gomez (R-Rated)2005 Visiting Writer Series - Poet Magdalena Gomez (R-Rated) - Contemporary poet Magdalena Gomez speaks of her life and how it has influenced her writings. She reads several of her poems which are written with a blend of both the English and Spanish language. The program includes an intro by Interm Assoc. Dean Leo Hwang-Carlos. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Nw1rMVnW1s 2/23/2005
Ensemble Performance Concert '04 (Fall)Ensemble Performance Concert as presented by the Fall 2004 music students. Chorus, directed by Margery Heins: Fenney-Kleinfeldt, Glushien, Harbourt, Pearsall, Plummer, Koy Yu, Zettel, Bailey, Gatker, Lahoski, Williams, Desreuisseau, Gamache, Rockstroh, MacLeod, Pollard, Schuster, Sherstyukov, Weaver. Contemporary Music Ensemble, directed by Matthew Shippee: Plummer, Allen, Toby, Jillson, Perez, Siano. Jazz Ensemble, directed by Douglas Purcell: DeLuca, Lahoski, Dufresne, Ladd, Desreuisseau, Allen, Lively. 12/10/2004
Walking in Two Worlds"Walking in Two Worlds" is a music history lecture by Cuban Musician Pablo Menendez. Pablo brings video footage emphasizing areas of Cuban music that surprise people (Jazz, Cuban rock, Cuban Hip Hop, Cuban "new song" and political singer songwriters) as well as showing themost popular current dance styles (what would be called Salsa in the U.S.) and bands that are not well known in the U.S. in spite of being very popular with 11 million people who live only 90 miles away from Florida. 2/28/2005
Fiber & Feminism"Fiber & Feminism" a lecture and slide show featuring 80 works by women and men working with fiber and incorporating themes including spirituality, marginalization, domestic life and body image. Presented by fiber artist Deborah Kruger in celebration of International Women's month. Introduction by Anne Wiley. 3/9/2005
Math Connection 1990 #1Math Connection 1990 #1 consists of Guest Andy Lively presenting the topic Math and Firefighting. Challenge Corner is Greenfield Middle School 6th grade presenting "firecrackers". No answer 1st show. Question of Week: Clocks running at different times. 3/5/1990
Math Connection 1990 #2Math Connection 1990 #2 consists of Guest Yoko Kato presenting the topic Math and Flying. Challenge Corner is Greenfield Middle School 6th grade presents returning cans with a deposit. Answer of week: Clock running at different times; next week's questions 3 different digits added to same sum. 3/12/1990
Math Connection 1990 #3Math Connection 1990 #3 consists of Guest Bob Markey presenting the topic Math and Sculpting. Challenge Corner is a Greenfield Middle School group. Answer of week: 3 different digits added to same sum. Question of week: Weight of Statue of Liberty in Marble. 3/26/1990
Math Connection 1990 #5Math Connection 1990 #5 consists of Guest Peter Kostek presenting the topic Intuitive Geometry. Challenge Corner is a 10th grade Franklin County Tech School group with the topic Airbag Safety. Answer of the week: place numbers 1-6 in triangle to same sum on 3 sides. 4/16/1990
Math Connection 1990 #6Math Connection 1990 #6 consists of Guest Linda Thomas presenting the topic Math & Dinosaur Trackways. Challenge Corner is a Franklin County Tech School group with the problem with violent lyrics in music. Answer of week: find 3-4-5 sided figures. Question of week: How much does a glass of juice cost? Answer not addressed in next program. Must be a break in sequence; program #7 is last spring show. 4/23/1990
Math Connection 1990 #13Math Connection 1990 #13 consists of Guest Rebecca Southwick presenting the topic Math and Carpentry. Challenge Corner is a Bubble Yum bubble. Answer of week: Frogs and steps. Break in sequence as show with question about Frogs and steps is not found. Question of week: None end of season. Solution Square with Ira Rubensaul. 5/7/1990
Math Connection 1990 #7 No intro audioMath Connection 1990 #7 consists of Guest Dorothea Szabo presenting the topic Math and Kite Flying. Challenge Corner is a Franklin County Tech School group with J. Klaiber. Ask the Student: Federal North, Anita Kimball. No answer of week, 1st FALL show. Question of week: pull of kite on person flying it. 11/5/1990
Math Connection 1990 #9Math Connection 1990 #9 consists of Neil Smith presenting the topic Math and Apple Products. Ask the Student: has Jorie MacCleod's Federal North class. Challenge Corner: Franklin Tech has J. Klaiber's students discuss the Correlation between Violence at home and school. Answer of Week: # of people in raft 1/2 out at 2:00 etc. Question of week: How much land do you need for 600 apple trees? 11/19/1990
Math Connection 1990 #8Math Connection 1990 #8 consists of Guest Karen Blom presenting the topic Math and Rafting. Challenge Corner is a Erving Elem. School 6th with M. Lapinski with the topic Maps. Ask the Student: Erving Elementary School 6th Grade, M. Lipinski. Answer of week: Ask the Student answers the Pull on the Kite. Question of week: # of people in raft 1/2 out at 2:00 etc. 11/12/1990
Math Connection 1990 #10Math Connection 1990 #10 consists of several Northfield Mount Hermon Student presenting the topic Math in other Cultures. Ask the Student: Federal North 5th grade, K. Latka. Challenge Corner: Franklin County Tech School and from J. Klaiber's class present the topic Alcohol and its consequences. Answer of week: Land needed to plant 600 apple trees. Question of week: How many beans fit into box-shaped piñata? 11/26/1990
Math Connection 1990 #11Math Connection 1990 #11 consists of Roger Tinknow presenting the topic Math and Music. Challenge Corner is Greenfield Middle School 7th Grade, G. Mirick. Ask the Student is Four Corners 3rd Grade group with G. Healy. Answer of week: ???? Question of week: Estimate how many beans in a jar. 12/3/1990
Math Connection 1990 #12Math Connection 1990 #12 consists Barbara Demeo presenting Math and Oceanography. Challenge Corner is Greenfield Middle School 7th grade with G. Mirick. Ask the Student: Erving Elementary School 5th Grade with D. McCaffrey. Answer of week: Estimate Jar filled with beans. End of season-No Question of week. Request for feedback GCC programs. 12/10/1990
Math Connection 1991 #1Math Connection 1991 #1 consists of Edison Santana presenting the topic Math and Psychology. Ask the Student: Denise Petrin's North Parish 3rd grade, Challenge Corner: Four Corners Alan Task's 4th grade class. Problem of the week: What happens when a Volcano explodes? 2/4/1991
Math Connection 1991 #2Math Connection 1991 #2 consists of Skip Price presenting the topic Math and Volcanos. Ask the Student: is Gay Sabin's North Parish 5th grade class. Challenge Corner: Greenfield Middle School, G. Mirick's 7th grade class. Problem of the Week: Make a scale map of your classroom or the floor of your school. 2/11/1991
Math Connection 1991 #3Math Connection 1991 #3 consists of Margo Jones presenting the topic Math and Architecture. Ask the Student: Jorie Macleod's Federal North 4th grade class. Challenge Corner: Alan Task's Four Corners 4th grade class. Answer of week: Make scale map of your school/classroom. Problem of week:out of 1,000 only a few turtle eggs will live; what happens to the rest? 2/18/1991
Math Connection 1991 #4Math Connection 1991 #4 consists of Danny Samantano presenting the topic Math and Turtles. Ask the Student: Carol Conrad's Sheffield Elem. 5th grade class. Challenge Corner: Anita Kimball's Federal North 4th grade class. Answer of week: Solution to Turtle egg question. Question of week: Police officer has to patrol streets. Chart most efficient route. 3/4/1991
Math Connection 1991 #5Math Connection 1991 #5 consists of Maria Berge presenting the topic Math and Police Work. Ask the Student: Judy Barrett's Sheffield Elem. 4th grade class. Challenge Corner: Alan Task's Four Corners 4th grade class. Answer of week: Most efficient way for officer to patrol streets. Question of week: Chart the temperature around your school to see the patterns. 3/11/1991
Math Connection 1991 #6Math Connection 1991 #6 consists of Cathy Wilkins presenting the topic Math and the Weather. Ask the Student: Rosemary Mathey's Erving Elem. 3rd grade class. Challenge Corner: Anita Kimball's Federal North 4th grade class. Answer of week: charting temperature pattern around school. Question of week: Determine thinning of maple trees so most sap is produced. Includes footage from TEME with Dan Larose 3/18/1991
Math Connection 1991 #7Math Connection 1991 #7 consists of Tom McCrumm presenting the topic Math and Maple Sugaring. Ask the Student: Christopher Klosson's Gill Elem. 6th grade class. Challenge Corner: Anita Kimball's Federal North 4th grade class. Answer of week: Thinning maple trees to produce the most sap. Question of week: produce a scale with the Earth 1' away from the sun how far are the other planets? 3/25/1991
Math Connection 1991 #8Math Connection 1991 #8 consists of Toby Sutton presenting the topic Math and Astronomy. Ask the Student: Dot McCaffrey's Erving Elem. 5th grade class. Challenge Corner: Jorie Macleod's Federal Street 4th grade class. Answer of the week: Earth is 1' away from the sun; where are the other planets? Question of the week: How high can you jump on the earth? On the moon? On Mars? On Jupiter? On Pluto? Stepping out: Franklin County Technical School’s welding shop. Johnny Nomath: outer space (TEME lab) 4/1/1991
Math Connection 1991 #9Math Connection 1991 #9 consists of Johanna Weinstein presenting the topic Math and Space. Ask the Student: Gail Healy's Four Corner's 3rd grade class. Challenge Corner: Jorie Macleod's Federal St. 4th grade class. Answer of the week: How high can you jump on earth? On the Moon, mars, jupiter or pluto? Question of the week: Cut a pie into 8 equal pieces; cut a cake into 12 equal pieces. Stepping Out: Rugg Lumber. Johnny Nomath: at the GCC library with Max Jobst. Beginning of Linda's intro breaks up a bit; clears after 1-1.5 minutes. 4/8/1991
Math Connection 1991 #10Math Connection 1991 #10 consists of Steve Herrell presenting the topic Math and Ice Cream. Ask the Student: Kathy Blanchard's Federal Street 3rd grade class. Challenge Corner: Jorie Macleod's Federal Street 4th grade class. Answer of week: Pie is cut into 8 pieces equal pieces and a cake into 12 equal pieces. Includes footage from the Greenfield Science Fair Competition; closes with footage of Karen Green, Joe Lada and Garry Longe. End of season. 4/15/1991
Math Connection 1991 #11Math Connection 1991 #11 consists of Bob Duncan presenting the topic Math and Baking. Ask the Student: Christopher Klosson's Gill Elem. 6th grade class. Challenge Corner: Anita Kimball's Federal Street 4th grade class. Answer of week: DivideThanksgiving chores to save time. Question of week: How many trees of paper does your school use per year? Stepping Out: Artists In Resonance - Drum Making. Nomath: goes shopping to Food Mart where he is served by "store clerk" Karen Green. First show 3rd season. 11/4/1991
Math Connection 1991 #12Math Connection 1991 #12 consists of Bob Rutenberg presenting the topic Math, Trash and Recycling. Ask the Student: Jorie MacLeod's Federal Street 4th grade class. Challenge Corner: Anita Kimball's Federal Street 4th grade class. Answer of week: how many trees of paper does your school use in a year. Question of week: John and Mary toss three coins what are their odds? Nomath: Ira Rubensaul in chem. Lab. Johnny shrinks self in cabinet. 11/11/1991
Math Connection 1991 #13Math Connection 1991 #13 consists of Sandy Dinatale presenting the topic Math and Nutrition. Ask the Student: Kathleen Bridgewater's Erving Elem. 6th grade class. Challenge Corner: Anita Kimball's Federal Street 4th grade class. Answer of week: John and Mary toss coins what are their odds of winning? Question of week: How far from your school to the top of Mt. Sugarloaf? Stepping Out visits Fashions by Yoko. Johnny Nomath goes to the batting cages. 11/18/1991
Math Connection 1991 #14Math Connection 1991 #14 consists of Kate Douglas presenting the topic Math and Camping. Ask the Student: Gail Healy's Four Corners 3rd grade class. Challenge Corner: Jorie Macleod's Federal North 4th grade class. Answer of week: Excursion to Sugarloaf. Question of week: design a wheel chair ramp for your school. Stepping Out visits Richardson's Candy Kitchen. Johnny Nomath goes to Colrain to cook a Turkey. 11/25/1991
Math Connection 1991 #15Math Connection 1991 #15 consists of Tom McCarthy presenting the topic Math and Landscape Architecture. Ask the Student: Charlie Connelly's (hosted by Chris Klossen) Gill Elem. Class. Challenge Corner: Anita Kimball's Federal Street 4th grade class. Answer of week: design a wheel chair ramp for your school. Question of the week: Get the most for your $0.50 at a candy store. Steppin' Out is at "The Textile". Johnny No Math is at the Dentist. 12/2/1991
Math Connection 1991 #16Math Connection 1991 #16 consists of Nikki McKinley presenting the topic Math and Water. Guest host is Ira Rubensaul Ask the Student: Rosemary Mathey's Erving Elem. 3rd grade class. Challenge Corner: Christopher Klosson's Gill Elem. 6th grade class. Answer this Week: Get most for $0.50 at a Candy Store. Question of week: No question, January break. Stepping out is "Artist in Resonance" Johnny Nomath goes to the Post office. 12/9/1991
Math Connection 1990 #4AMath Connection 1990 #4A consists of Frances Crow presenting the topic Peace Education Math and tax dollars. In Challenge Corner: Lynne Benander and students from Buckland-Shelburne school talk about Nuclear Weapons. Ask the Student: Weight of Statue of Liberty in Marble. Question of the week: Send more Money. 4/2/1990
Math Connection 1990 #4BMath Connection 1990 #4B consists of Dave Strickland presenting the topic Math and skydiving. Challenge Corner:: Great Falls School students explore bridge building. Answer of week: Identify fewest cuts to make most triangles from a square. Question of week: place numbers 1-6 in triangle to same sum on 3 sides. 4/9/1990
2005 Visiting Writer Series-Poet George Drew2005 Visiting Writers Series - Born in Mississippi and raised there and in New York State, George Drew's first collection was "Toads in a Poisoned Tank" published 1986 a chapterbook, "So Many Bones (Poems of Russia)" was published in a bilingual edition. Drew was awarded a residency at the Vermont Studio Center and was the first winner of the Paumanok Poetry Award. Introduction by Joanne Hayes. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PcmUmjni6xg 3/30/2005
2005 Visiting Writer Series-Poet Magdalena Gomez (PG-rated)2005 Visiting Writer Series - Poet Magdalena Gomez (PG-rated). Contemporary poet Magdalena Gomez speaks of her life and how it has influenced her writings. She reads several of her poems which are written with a blend of both the English and Spanish language. The program includes an intro by Interim Assoc. Dean Leo Hwang-Carlos http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Nw1rMVnW1s 2/23/2005
At the Edge of Oblivion: The Cuban Missile Crisis of October, 1962"At the Edge of Oblivion: The Cuban Missile Crisis of October, 1962" is presented by Professor Stephen B. Oates. He speaks on the crisis that almost began World War III from the different perspectives of the three main players: Pres. JF Kennedy, Premier Nikita Khrushchev, and Fidel Castro. Introduction by Professor Faythe Turner. 10/22/2005
Realizing the Dream"Realizing the Dream" is presented by Robert Meeropol. Merropol is a lawyer, teacher and Director of the Rosenberg Fund for Children. The Rosenberg Fund fills the need of helping children whose parents have been injured, imprisoned, fired or killed for political reasons. Mr. Meeropol is the younger son of Ethel and Julius Rosenberg who were executed in 1953 when he was 6-yrs-old for ostensibly conspiring to give the "secret" of the atomic bomb to the then Soviet Union. Mr Meeropol has written (with his brother) "We are Your Sons" and many articles including "Rosenberg Realities" in "Secret Agents". Introduction is presented by Professor Faythe Turner. 11/12/1997
Math Connection 1992 #8Math Connection 1992 #8 consists of Judy Sapinski presenting the topic Math and Drug Prevention. Ask the Student: Carol Jacobs 3rd Grade Newton St. Challenge Corner: Math Connection Conference Answer of week: Traveling from Greenfield to St. Petersburg, FL Question of week: There are 410 Sheffield School Students. Steppin' out: Lightlife Foods. 4/6/1992
Math Connection 1992 #7Math Connection 1992 #7 consists of Tim Blagg presenting the topic Math and the Recorder. Ask the Student: David Keech's 6th grade from So. Deerfield Elem. Challenge Corner: Christopher Klosson's 6th grade from Gill Elementary Answer of week: What is the average Number of words printed in the Recorder? Question of week: If you were traveling from Greenfield to Saint Petersburg, FL. Steppin' Out 3/30/1992
Math Connection 1992 #14Math Connection 1992 #14 consists of Ellen Longly from Northfield Mountain presenting the topic Math and Energy. Ask the Student: A. Patch's 5th grade class from Sanderson Academy Challenge Corner: Anita Kimball's Federal St. North 5th grade class. Answer of week: How long will it take for all pumps at Northfield Mt. to fill your school? Question of week: Explore the relationship between height of liquid in a bottle and the amount needed to fill the bottle. Steppin' Out is Phillip Keenan, Exec Chef, at Swift River Inn. Nomath waits on Karen Green at Swift River Inn. 11/23/1992
Math Connection 1992 #3Math Connection 1992 #3 consists of Joe Platts presenting the topic Math and Drum Making. Ask the Student: Alexis Walendzik's Buckland/Shelburne Elem. 4th grade class Challenge Corner: Denise Petrin's Newton St. School 4th grade class. Answer of week: Wasting as little as possible, make drums heads by cutting circles from an inner tube. Question of week: How many salmon go out to the ocean each you so that 1,000 will return each year to spawn? How many eggs don't live long enough to make the trip? Steppin' Out: Karen Green goes to the bank. Nomath delivers newspapers. 3/3/1992
Math Connection 1992 # 6Math Connection 1992 #6 consists of Michelle Miner presenting the topic Math and Nursing. Ask the Student: Larry Kent's Newton Street School 5th grade class. Challenge Corner: Anita Kimball's Federal Street School 4th grade class. Answer for week: A person earns $320 a week. Make a budget. Next week's question: What is the average number of words printed in the Greenfield Recorder? Steppin' Out: Fish Research Center in Turners Falls. 3/23/1992
Math Connection 1992 #13Math Connection 1992 #13 consists of Susan Sevario, Assist. Engineer of Franklin County, presenting Math & Engineering. Ask the Student: Anita Kimball’s 5th Grade class from Federal St Elementary presenting the answer to the question “You are a surveyor for a road under construction. Based on the information provided determine the drop in elevation. Challenge Corner: Chris Klosson’s 6th grade class from Gill Elem determine the nutritional value of regular vs. chocolate milk. Johnny Nomath follows directions from a classroom to the jungle gym. Steppin' Out visits at the workshop of Andy’s Pine Shop. 11/16/1992
State We're In, The"The State We're In" host Jim Madigan. This week's guests Rep. Stan Rosenberg, Co-Chair of the Higher Education Task Force, Westfield State College President Vicky Carwein and Greenfield Community College President Robert Pura. The topic is the recent State Senate Task Force Higher Education Funding Report . Produced and aired by WGBY Ch. 57. 4/1/2005
Rendering the Life of Emily Dickinson"Rendering the Life of Emily Dickinson" is a presentation by Doris Abramson reading from Dickinson's works in conjunction with Polly Longworth's rendering of Dickinson's life. Longsworth is a biographer of Dickinson and her family; Abramson is Emeritus Prof of Theater at Umass. Introduction by Faythe Turner. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5dCRZNYOxlI 11/5/1997
Life and Death of Martin Luther King"The Life and Death of Martin Luther King" is presented by Reverend Mike Clark, Pastor of St. John's United Methodist Church in Watertown, MA. His 30-years of ministry have taken place in NY city, Washington DC, and numerous communities in New England. He has been pastor, community organizer, staff member and director of national peace and justice organizations. Rev. Clark served as the media liaison for the plaintiffs in the wrongful death action, King v. Jowers, in Nov-Dec 1999. After five weeks of testimony and 70 witnesses, the jury took one hour to find Loyd Jowers liable in the death of Dr. King and to conclude that a conspiracy had resulted in his death. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=asQDp66lXk0 4/4/2005
Math Connection 1993 #1Math Connection 1993 #1 consists of Kit Savin presenting Math in Art and Nature. Ask the Student: Denise Petrin's Newton Street School, 4th grade class. Challenge Corner: Karen Latka's Federal Street Elementry 5th grade class. Answer of week: find rectangles in your world. Question of week: Does watching TV affect your school grades? Steppin' Out goes to Dairy Mart in Greenfield. Nomath visits the Fire Department 1/25/1993
Math Connection 1993 #2Math Connection 1993 #2 consists of Lynn Paterson presenting Math and Cooking. Ask the Student: David Keech's Deerfield Elementry 6th grade class. Challenge Corner: Judy Duncan's Sanderson Academy 6th grade class. Answer of week: Does Television affect school grades? Question of week: How many mats can be cut from a sheet? Steppin' Out visits the Kindergarten class at Gill Elem.to learn how to count in Japanese. Nomath: Out of gas. 2/1/1993
Math Connection 1993 #4Math Connection 1993 #4 consists of Ann Duffy presenting Math and Dairy Production. Ask the Student: Steve Baskowski's Gill Elementry 4th grade class. Challenge Corner: Karen Latka's Federal Street Elementary 5th grade class. Answer of week: How much mild is needed to make 20 lbs. of butter? Question of week: Strength of Electric baseboard heat in measurement of watts. Steppin' Out visits Northfield Mountain Recreational Environmental Center. Nomath goes sleding. 3/1/1993
Math Connection 1993 #6Math Connection 1993 #6 consists of Ran Rainer presenting Math and Carpentry. Ask the Student: Kathy Blanchard's Federal Street Elementary 3rd grade class. Challenge Corner: Julie Forsythe's Northfield Elementary 3rd grade class. Answer of week: A carpenter is putting a wooden floor in your classroom. How many boards do you need? Question of week: Romaine is planted in rows 12" apart. How much could you plant in an acre? Stepping Out visits Andy Lively at the Greenfield Fire Station. Nomath goes to the laundry mat. 3/15/1993
Math Connection 1992 #9Math Connection 1992 #9 consists of Barb O'Connell presenting Math and Forestry. Ask the Student: Judy Barrett's Sheffield Elementary 4th grade class. Challenge Corner: J. Goodman's Buckland/Shelburne 4th grade class. Answer of week: 410 Sheffield students read for 1,000,000 minutes Question of week: Mountain on Mauna Loa on Hawaii is 19,000' above sea level. Steppin' Out: Café at GCC. Nomath gets a job at a bakery. 4/13/1992
Math Connection 1993 #3Math Connection 1993 #3 consists of Dee Boyle-Clapp presenting Math and Framing. Ask the Student: Christopher Klosson's Gill Elem. 6th grade class. Challenge Corner: Nancy Daniel-Green's Gill Elem. Kindergarten class. Answer of week: How many mats can be cut from a sheet? Question of week: How much milk is needed to produce 20 lbs. of butter? Steppin' Out visits Gill Elem. to learn about Math and Origami. Nomath works in a deli. 2/8/1993
Math Connection 1993 #5Math Connection 1993 #5 consists of Ed Martin presenting Math and Electricity. Ask the Student: Ann Dudley's Federal Street School 3rd grade class. Challenge Corner: Kathy Loveland's Northfield Elem. 4th grade class. Answer of week: Strength of Electric baseboard heat in measurement of watts. Question of week: Pretend a carpenter is putting a wooden floor in your classroom. How much wood do you need? Steppin' Out to Swift River Inn. Nomath sews a curtain. 3/8/1993
Math Connection 1993 #7Math Connection 1993 #7 consists of Wally Sakowski presenting Math and Farming. Ask the Student: Tom Russo's Butterfield Elem. 6th grade class. Challenge Corner: Charlie Connolly's Gill Elementry 3rd grade class. Answer of week: Romaine is planted 12" apart. How much could you plant in an acre? Question of week: the Western Mass Food Bank distributes 3,000,000 lbs of food per year. How many people will 3,000,000 lbs of food feed in a day? Steppin' Out visits artist and furniture maker Kit Savin. Nomath frames a picture. 3/22/1993
Math Connection 1993 #11Math Connection 1993 #11 consists of Alden Booth from Aqua Future presenting Math and Fish Farming. Ask the Student: Jerilyn Kolbin's Leverett Elem. 3rd grade class. Challenge Corner: J. Macleod's Federal Street Elem. 5th grade class with Principle Nancy Rielings. Answer of week: If you have the average weight for small, medium and large fish determine many fish can you pack in a 50 lbs box. Question of week: Planting a new apple orchard, based upon yield, determine if you would plant dwarf or regular trees. Steppin' out visits Frank Lyle of Mohawk Apple Orchard. Johnny Nomath gives out Halloween candy 10/2/1993
Math Connection 1993 #12Math Connection 1993 #12 consists of Frank Wells of Mohawk Orchards presenting Math and Apple Farming. Ask the Student: Christopher Klasson's Gill Elem. 6th grade class. Challenge Corner: Mary Gene Devlin's Deerfield Elem. 5th grade class. Answer of week: Building a new orchard determine if you would use dwarf or regular apple trees based upon yield. Question of week: How do you determine the amount of water in a soil type? Steppin' out visits Mike Francesci at the Greenfield Pulic Library. Nomath goes apple picking. This is the first show to contain the "Math Joke" segment. 11/8/1993
Math Connection 1993 #13Math Connection 1993 #13 consists of Wendy Schneider presenting Math and Construction Engineering. Ms. Schneider also talks about her work in outreach to encourage young females to pursue non-traditional career options. Ask the Student: Judy Duncan's Sanderson Academy 5th grade class. Challenge Corner: Aylson Patch's Sanderson Academy 6th grade class. Answer of week: How do you determine the amount of water in different types of soil? Question of week: What is the average distance a student can blow a ping pong ball? Steppin' out: Sonya Sloman, integrated pest management specialist takes us to Hatch's Patch Strawberry farm. Nomath packs eggs at Diemand's Egg Farm 11/15/1993
Math Connection 1993 #16Math Connection 1993 #16 consists of Ron Kim presenting Math and Art. Ask the Student: Special segment on "The Family Math Connection" Challenge Corner: Kathy Loveland's Northfield Elem. 4th grade class. Answer of week: Question of week: Steppin' out: Culinary Arts Nomath: The Library (Brian, tell me if it is GCC? Or a town library, thank you) 12/13/1993
Math Connection 1993 #15Math Connection 1993 #15 consists of Helen Boland presenting Math and Biology. Ask the Student: Chris Wings' Swift River Elem 3rd/4th grade class. Challenge Corner: Karen Latka's Federal Street Elem. School 5th grade class. Steppin' out: Aqua Future. Nomath: at the Playground. Poor quality-transferred from VHS 12/6/1993
Math Connection 1993 #14Math Connection 1993 #14 consists of Susan Frolick presenting Math and Environmental Health. Ask the Student: Genie Casey's Leverett Elem School 3rd/4th grade class. Challenge Corner: Jacqui Goodman's Buckland/Shelburne 4th grade class. Answer of week: What is the average distance a student can blow a ping pong ball? Question of week: What is the range and size of this year's acorn crop? Steppin' out visits with Peter Diemand of Diemand Turkey farm. Nomath makes a pie. 11/22/1993
Between Dignity and DespairThomas M. White is currently the coordinator of Educational Outreach for the Cohen Center for Holocaust Studies at Keene State College. The topic of Mr. White's presentation is "Between Dignity and Despair: Jewish Life in Germany 1933-1938." This presentation deals with gender. "Along the stations toward extinction each gender lived its own journey." Using images and memoirs, the focus is on the role of everyday Germans, on a daily level, in the social death of their neighbors. A comparison of male and female German Jewish experience will reveal the difficulties in accurately assessing the dangers facing this small minority of Germans. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KYdu8HbcgVA 4/13/2005
Math Connection 1992 #10Math Connection 1992 #10 consists of Professor Dick Little presenting Math and Geology. Ask the Student: Tom Russo's 6th grade class from Butterfield Elementary; Challenge Corner: Gail LeBlanc's Sheffield Elementary 4th grade class. Answer of the week: At the bottom of the ocean, how wide is the base of Mountain on Mauna Loa? Steppin' Out - Elm's Farm Bakery. Johnny Nomath and Host Linda Cavanaugh together on the Math Connection. Last show of the 1991-92 school year (16 shows) 4/16/1992
Making of American Beauty Culture, The"The Making of American Beauty Culture" is presented by Kathy Peiss, Prof. of History at Umass. Prof Peiss will give a talk on the history of the beauty industry and how cosmetics hav