Item 1994. - Spotlight on UNBC - February 1996

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Spotlight on UNBC - February 1996

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  • 1996 (Creation)

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1 video recording : digital (avi)

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Digital video recording is an episode of Spotlight on UNBC from February 1996. Features segments on the First Nations program and Nisga'a cultural studies at UNBC; the UNBC Women's Studies program; a self-defense workshop for women; UNBC research projects; trip to Russia for UNBC political students with John Young; the opening of the UNBC daycare centre; the "North to the Future" campaign; UNBC Winterfest; student bagpiper Andrew Embree; and "Spotlight on UNBC" bloopers. Includes interviews with Jim McDonald (UNBC First Nations); Deanna Nyce (Nisga'a House of Higher Learning); Lee Morrison (UNBC First Nations); Marianne Ainley (UNBC Women's Studies); Tracey Thompson (UNBC Security); John Young (UNBC Political Science); Charles Jago (UNBC President); Martin Cocking (UNBC Assoc. Registrar); Todd Whitcombe (UNBC Chemistry); and UNBC students Marion Evans, Richard Scott, Jennifer Azak, Jenny Fry, Kevin Larson, Sandra Dwyer, Jillian de Montigny, and Andrew Embree.

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Video has been digitized and is available digitally in MP4 and uncompressed AVI format.

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Personal or academic use of materials is welcomed under the standard fair use and educational use clauses of Canadian Copyright Law. Commercial use is, however, forbidden without the express permission of the copyright holder. For information on obtaining written permission from the copyright holder, please contact the Northern B.C. Archives and Special Collections.

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Part of the UNBC Office of Communications subfonds

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