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LevelFile
Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)UB/HMA/E/1
TitleFreshers' magazines
Extent22 items
Date1973-2005
DescriptionIncomplete series of magazines produced by Mason Hall Junior Common Room committee for new student residents at the start of each academic session. The magazines provide a guide to life in Mason Hall, written by fellow students, and focus on facilities available, including meals provided in hall, social and sports events organised by the Junior Common Room committee, societies and groups in the hall, and a programme of events for Freshers before the start of the university term. Many of the magazines also contain photographs of Junior Common Room committee members and articles by Junior Common Room committee representatives about their role and responsibilities for specific functions or services offered by Mason Hall, and plans of the public areas of the hall

/1: Freshers' magazine for 1973-1974 academic session
/2: Freshers' magazine for 1980-1981 academic session (2 copies)
/3: Freshers' magazine for 1984-1985 academic session
/4: Freshers' magazine for 1985-1986 academic session
/5: Freshers' magazine for 1986-1987 academic session
/6: Freshers' magazine for 1987-1988 academic session
/7: Freshers' magazine for 1988-1989 academic session
/8: Freshers' magazine for 1989-1990 academic session
/9: Freshers' magazine for 1990-1991 academic session
/10: Freshers' magazine for 1992-1993 academic session
/11: Freshers' magazine for 1993-1994 academic session
/12: Freshers' magazine for 1994-1995 academic session
/13: Freshers' magazine for 1995-1996 academic session
/14: Freshers' magazine for 1996-1997 academic session
/15: Freshers' magazine for 1997-1998 academic session
/16: Freshers' magazine for 1998-1999 academic session
/17: Freshers' magazine for 1999-2000 academic session
/18: Freshers' magazine for 2001-2002 academic session
/19: Freshers' magazine for 2002-2003 academic session
/20: Freshers' magazine for 2003-2004 academic session
/21: Freshers' magazine for 2005-2006 academic session
Access StatusOpen

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