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Atmosphere for Learning (1965)

Austin College

Sound | 1965

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  •  More about Austin College’s founder, Daniel Baker 
  •  Scenes of important visiting speakers 
  •  Arts and sciences 
  •  Religious life 
  •  Arthur Hopkins Library 
  •  Language and linguistics 
  •  Foreign lecturers and study abroad programs 
  •  Student-faculty relationship 
  •  Student life 
  •  Lake Texoma and nearby Dallas 
  •  College sports 
  •  Future development 
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Produced by the Dallas-based Keitz & Herndon, this 1960s promotional film encourages student enrollment at Austin College. Founded in 1849, Austin College is a private liberal arts school located about 60 miles north of Dallas in Sherman, Texas. Paying particular attention to academics and extracurricular activities, the film highlights Austin College’s curriculum, student life, scholastic achievements, and athletic programs. Discussion about the college’s future development plans is also included.