H03-1302.5. Communications 357 Video Projects. Papers, 2003, 2005-[ongoing]. 0.25 linear ft.
Video projects created as classwork for Communications 357 during the fall of 2003 (DVDs included). Topics and speakers include: (2003) Discovery of the H.C. Akeley, produced by Tyler Basler; Philip Phelps: Hope’s Father?, produced by Amber Ross; A Silent Vigil with Floyd Brady on the death of Martin Luther King, produced by Olim Alimov; The Western Machine Tool Works Building, includes Assistant City Manager Philip Meyer produced by Kyle Shepard; A Pioneer Woman concerning Arvilla Almira Smith and her hardships while her husband worked with local Native Americans, includes Dr. Robert Swierenga and Lisa Walker, produced by Amy Schlusler; Van Raalte’s Desk, concerning the destruction of the A. C. Van Raalte home and placement of his archival papers at Calvin College, includes Dr. Elton Bruins and Richard Harms, produced by Jonathon Johnson; Big Red, concerning the history of Holland’s local lighthouse, produced by Sarah Hartman; Steve Smith, produced by Tyler Basler; Mike Lafata, produced by Wesley Hollendonner; Ray Smith, produced by Jonathon Johnson; Fred Johnson, produced by Sarah Hartman; The History of Trains in Holland, produced by Wes Hollendoner; The Things That Matter Most, including Kathleen Verduin, produced by Amy Schlusler; Barbara Timmer, produced by Amber Ross; Annie Dandavati, produced by Olim Alimov; Billy Mayer, produced by Kyle Shepherd. Newspaper clippings, press releases, and slides from the Holland Sentinel newspaper for the film Who Killed Janet Chandler?are also included, as well as a press release for the 2005 documentaries. The collection also contains student produced documentaries from 2015 and include: “Nine Different Documentaries, Nine Different Perspectives of Life by Nine Different Project Groups, 2015; “A Fraction of Faith,” [Hope College Worship Team member Sarah Jane Carpenter] by Jenna Sloan and Sydney Van Hulle, 2015; Documentaries F15,” 2015; “Hope’s Policy on Sexuality,” edited by Alissa Heynen, 2015; “Men of Durf,” [Durfee Hall] 2015; “Picture This,” 2015; “Shaped by Flames,” by Noah Jurik and Robert Byrne, 2015; “Sydney Jones-Ace,” [softball player] by Taylor Jones, 2015; “The Dutch,” [Hope College mascot, Flying Dutchmen, Flying Dutch] by Chonghee Han and Rachel Hayden, 2015; “The Many Faces of VanderProv,” by Rachel Hoffman, 2015; “Why D3,” [Division III NCAA women’s sports at Hope College] by Sammi Adams, 2015.
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