Wayne State University
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Abstract In April 1923, the An-Tik-Lik Club was organized by a group of female students. The members assisted organizations on campus, took an active part in college activities and raised funds for social events and athletics. In 1927, the group became a Greek letter social sorority.
Abstract The Association of Black Business Students was a student organization at Wayne State University. The records document its activities from 1984 to 2003.
Abstract The department responsible for overseeing the functions (i.e. activation/de-activation, recruitment, membership eligibility and activities) of student organizations throughout the history of Wayne State University has operated under the following names: Student Activities, Student Activities Office, Division of Student Personnel-Student Activities, Division of Student Activities Service Office, Division of Student Personnel-Office of Student Organizations, Division of Student Personnel-Director...
Abstract he Janet Mackenzie Memorial Fund, a non-profit corporation, was created in March 1929. In 1931 its name was changed to Mackenzie Union of the College of the City of Detroit; 1934 it became Mackenzie Union of Wayne University. Mackenzie Union was housed at 4847 Second Avenue in Detroit, which it leased in 1933 and purchased in 1934. In 1938 both the property and the Union were taken over by the Student Activities Budget Committee of Wayne University. Mackenzie Union relocated to 437 Putnam...