Baptist Student Union
Materials in the Special Collections Research Center
The Flat Hat, William & Mary News, and Alumni Gazette:
- Elects officers; plans daily prayer FH, 2/15/1929, pg. 9.
- Annual banquet held FH, 4/4/1930, pg. 1.
- Baptist students to attend convention at V.P.I. FH, 11/1/1932, pg. 1, 2.
- Baptists form student union FH, 4/18/1945, pg. 7.
- Baptist Union holds first Council meeting FH, 4/25/1945, pg. 3.
- Plans Christmas Party FH, 12/10/1946, pg. 8.
- Sponsors circus FH, 10/11/1949, pg. 7.
- Installs officers FH, 3/25/1952, pg. 8.
- Aids a destitute family AG, May 1955, pg. 8.
- Ecumenical group begins organization to plan conference FH, 11/3/1959, pg. 2.
- BSU builds bus stop for Chickahominy school children FH, 2/23/1971, pg. 4.
- Sponsors bus to W&M—Richmond football game W&M, 11/14/1972, pg. 6.
- George Grayson discusses impact of religion FH, 10/12/1984, pg. 12.
- Students build over break FH, 3/22/1985, pg. 1, 4.
- Students take time off to help renovate tenement in New York City WMN, 4/17/1985, pg. 3.
- Holding a fast in acknowledgement of the hunger problem in the United States FH, 2/21/1986, pg. 17.
- College hosts Virginia Baptist Association; students attend FH, 11/13/1987, pg. 1.
- Sponsors sock hop FH, 8/26/1994, pg. 12.
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