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Guide to the Parsons School of Design course catalog collection, 1896-2012

Collection Overview

Repository

Kellen Design Archives

Collection Identifier

PC.05.01.01

Creator

Parsons School of Design.

Title

Parsons School of Design course catalog collection, 1896-2012

Extent

9 linear ft: 9 boxes, 324 digital objects

Language of Materials note

The bulk of the catalogs are in English, although catalogs in the Affiliate Schools series contain Spanish, Korean and Japanese.

Summary

The Parsons course catalogs collection consists of publications from Parsons New School of Design and its affiliate programs, including catalogs for overseas schools, and continuing education and AAS programs. Catalogs include information regarding pedagogy objectives, school policies and admissions requirements, departmental and course descriptions, faculty and administration rosters, facilities, fees, and examples of student work. Materials for the years 1896-1912 consists primarily of photocopies of print advertisements for the Chase School of Art (which became the New York School of Art, then the New York School of Fine and Applied Art, and, later, Parsons School of Design).

Preferred Citation note

[Identification of item], [date (if known)], Parsons School of Design course catalog collection, PC.05.01.01, box __, folder __, New School Archives and Special Collections, The New School, New York, New York.

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Historical Note

Parsons School of Design was established in 1896 as the Chase School of Art. While founded as a school of fine arts instruction, it soon added courses in "applied arts," which became the primary focus under the direction of Frank Alvah Parsons. The name of the school changed several times, to the New York School of Art in 1902, then to the New York School of Fine and Applied Art in 1909. In 1940, the Board of Trustees voted to change the school's name to Parsons School of Design in recognition of Frank Alvah Parsons' leadership and to differentiate it from other, similarly named institutions.

Parsons School of Design was established in 1896 as the Chase School of Art. While founded as a school of fine arts instruction, it soon added courses in "applied arts," which became the primary focus under the direction of Frank Alvah Parsons. The name of the school changed several times, to the New York School of Art in 1902, then to the New York School of Fine and Applied Art in 1909. In 1940, the Board of Trustees voted to change the school's name to Parsons School of Design in recognition of Frank Alvah Parsons' leadership and to differentiate it from other, similarly named institutions.

In 1921, Parsons' European School opened with headquarters in France called the Paris Ateliers. The Ateliers closed in 1939 due to the escalation of World War Two, and never reopened in its pre-war form. Parsons' summer study tours of Europe resumed in the late 1940s. When Parsons affiliated with the New School for Social Research in 1970, students could for the first time earn a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the New School (before the merger, students earned either a certificate for a three-year program of study at Parsons, or a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree granted by New York University, by taking courses at both schools). A more robust, year-round overseas program resumed at Parsons in the late 1970s under the leadership of Dean David C. Levy. The 1970s also saw the growth of continuing education programs at Parsons, and the introduction of an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree track. In the 1980s, Parsons developed a number of partnerships with international schools, and merged with the Otis Art Institute in Los Angeles. The first Parsons graduate program was established at Parsons in 1978, in Fine Arts, with masters programs in other areas added in subsequent years, including a Master of Architecture program begun in 1989.

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Scope and Content of Collection

Catalogs contain information regarding pedagogy objectives, school policies and admissions requirements, departmental and course descriptions, faculty and administration rosters, facilities, fees, and examples of student work (often uncredited). Even the earliest publications are heavily illustrated.

The first complete course catalog in the series (photocopied reproduction) is for the 1912-1913 academic year. The oldest original catalog is a 1913 catalog for a summer session held in Boothbay Harbor, Maine. The oldest original catalog for classes held in New York is for the 1914-1915 school year.

In 1921, the New York School of Fine and Applied Art, as it was then known, opened a facility in Paris's Place des Vosges, which the school called the Paris Ateliers. Separate catalogs were created for the Paris Ateliers. Although this branch of Parsons closed at the onset of World War II in Europe, Parsons re-established European study abroad programs in the late 1940s, which evolved into Parsons Paris. In 2013, Parsons established an academic center in Paris at 45, rue Saint Roch. Catalogs for this program will be found in the Affiliate Schools sub-series along with catalogs for other Parsons facilities in California (Otis), the Dominican Republic (Altos de Chavon), Korea (Samsung), and Japan (Kanazawa). This series is arranged alphabetically by school name and then chronologically by date of publication.

Catalogs for continuing education classes will be found in the Continuing Education and AAS (Associate of Applied Science) sub-series. These catalogs are arranged chronologically by date of publication, beginning in 1970. Parsons offered early incarnations of continuing education-style classes as well as classes for children prior to 1970. Information about these programs is generally included with general school catalogs or in pamphlet form as a catalog supplement.

As the school grew, the catalogs changed to include less course description and more administrative information, making them a valuable resource for researchers seeking to learn about the school's operation and transformation from a fine arts school to a large design college. For example, the 1920-1921 catalog contains an announcement regarding a newly established "Student Self-Government Organization." At various points, the catalogs also included graduating class rosters and lists of available scholarships. Separate summer catalogs were issued until 1954, when a fold-out mailer replaced the traditional catalog format for the summer semester. Beginning in the 1970s, the catalogs were used to showcase student work, and frequently titled "Portfolio and Catalog" to reflect that emphasis. From 1976 to 1980, Parsons catalogs were assigned volume and issue numbers in series with the rest of the New School Bulletins, but from 1980 to the present they have been given separate volume and issue numbers.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

Kellen Design Archives - November 5, 2014

66 5th Ave./
lobby level
New York, NY, 10011
212.229.5942
archivist@newschool.edu

Preferred Citation note

[Identification of item], [date (if known)], Parsons School of Design course catalog collection, PC.05.01.01, box __, folder __, New School Archives and Special Collections, The New School, New York, New York.

Access Restrictions

Collection is open for research use. Please contact archivist@newschool.edu for appointment.

Use Restrictions

To publish images of material from this collection, permission must be obtained in writing from the New School Archives and Special Collections. Please contact: archivist@newschool.edu.

Custodial History note

Collection assembled by Archives' staff from a legacy collection maintained by the school library, and through transfers from various administrative offices between approximately 1994 and 2012.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Transerred to the New School Archives from Parsons School of Design's Adam and Sophie Gimbel Design Library.

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Related Materials

Circulars, mailers, postcards, and other formats promoting Parsons School of Design will be found in the related collection of print advertising, Parsons School of Design marketing and promotional materials collection (PC.05.03.01). Additionally, posters produced and distributed by Parsons as recruitment tools will be found in the Parsons School of Design poster collection (pre-2007) (PC.05.07.01). Many of these general recruitment posters are related in theme and graphic style to the catalogs because they were produced as part of the same campaign. During the 1980s and 1990s, various departments issued their own catalogs, and these will be found in the Parsons School of Design academic departments, programs and schools collection (pre-2009 accessions) (PC.02.01.01), although course descriptions duplicate those in the general Parsons catalogs. The Eugene Paul Ullman papers (KA.0042) in the New School Archives contains the earliest known original course listing issued in pamphlet form. This prospectus for the New York School of Art covers the years 1896 to 1902.

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Keywords for Searching Related Subjects

Corporate Name(s)

  • Escuela de Diseño (Altos de Chavón, Dominican Republic).
  • KIDI Parsons.
  • New York School of Fine and Applied Art.
  • Otis Art Institute of Parsons School of Design.
  • Paris Ateliers.
  • Parsons Paris.
  • Samsung Art and Design Institute.

Genre(s)

  • Catalogs.

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Other Finding Aids note

For selected item-level description and images from the Parsons course catalogs, see The New School Archives Digital Collections at http://digitalarchives.library.newschool.edu/index.php/Detail/collections/PC050101.

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Collection Inventory

I. General 1896-2012 

Joint catalogs for Parsons School of Design and the Otis Art Institute in Los Angeles were issued throughout the period of affiliation. These catalogs often feature dual covers, with one cover advertising Parsons and the other advertising Otis. Students would need to flip the catalog according to their desired campus. Researchers are advised to check both sides of the catalog.

Box Folder
1896-1912 [bound photocopies] 
1912-1963 [bound originals] 
Departmental catalogs, 1979-2002 [bound originals] 
71 5-7
Saturday, Summer and Special courses, 1913-1979 [bound photocopies] 
71 1-4
1912-1913 
1912-1913  
1 1
1913-1914 
1913-1914  
1 2
1914-1915 
1914-1915  
1 3
Summer 1915 
Summer 1915  
1 4
1915-1916 
1915-1916  
1 5
Summer 1916 
Summer 1916  
1 6
1916-1917 
1916-1917  
1 7
1917-1918 
1917-1918  
Summer 1918 
Summer 1918  
1918-1919 
1918-1919  
Summer 1919 
Summer 1919  
1919-1920 
1919-1920  
Summer 1920 
Summer 1920  
1920-1921 
1920-1921  
Summer 1921 
Summer 1921  
1 8
1921-1922 
1921-1922  
1 9
Summer 1922 
Summer 1922  
1 10
1922-1923 
1922-1923  
1 11
Summer 1923 
Summer 1923  
1 12
1923-1924 
1923-1924  
1 13
Summer 1924 
Summer 1924  
1 14
1924-1925 
1924-1925  
1 15
Summer 1925 
Summer 1925  
1 16
1925-1926 
1925-1926  
1 17
Summer 1926 
Summer 1926  
1 18
1926-1927   
1926-1927  
1 19
Summer 1927 
Summer 1927  
1 20
1927-1928 
1927-1928  
Summer 1928 
Summer 1928  
1 21
1928-1929 
1928-1929  
Summer 1929 
Summer 1929  
1 22
1929-1930 
1929-1930  
Summer 1930 
Summer 1930  
1 23
1930-1931 
1930-1931  
Summer 1931 
Summer 1931  
1 24
1931-1932 
1931-1932  
1 25
Summer 1932 
Summer 1932  
1 26
1932-1933 
1932-1933  
1 27
Summer 1933 
Summer 1933  
1 28
1933-1934 
1933-1934  
Summer 1934 
Summer 1934  
1 29
1934-1935 
1934-1935  
1 30
Summer 1935 
Summer 1935  
1 31
1935-1936 
1935-1936  
1 32
Summer 1936 
Summer 1936  
1 33
1936-1937 
1936-1937  
1 34
Summer 1937 
Summer 1937  
1 35
1937-1938 
1937-1938  
1 36
Summer 1938 
Summer 1938  
1 37
1938-1939 
1938-1939  
1 38
Summer 1939 
Summer 1939  
1 39
1939-1940 
1939-1940  
1 40
Summer 1940 
Summer 1940  
1 41
1940-1941 
1940-1941  
1 42
Summer 1941 
Summer 1941  
1 43
1941-1942 
1941-1942  
1 44
Summer 1942 
Summer 1942  
1 45
1942-1943 
1942-1943  
1 46
Summer 1943 
Summer 1943  
1 47
1943-1944 
1943-1944  
1 48
Summer 1944 
1 49
1944-1945 
1944-1945  
1 50
Summer 1945 
Summer 1945  
1 51
1945-1946 
1945-1946  
1 52
Summer 1946 
Summer 1946  
1 53
1946-1947 
1946-1947  
1 54
Summer 1947 
Summer 1947  
1 55
8 1
1947-1948 
1947-1948  
1 56
8 2
Summer 1948 
Summer 1948  
1 57
8 3
1948-1949 
1948-1949  
1 58
Summer 1949 
Summer 1949  
1 59
8 4
1949-1950 
1949-1950  
1 60
8 5
Summer 1950 
Summer 1950  
1 61
8 6
1950-1951 
1950-1951  
1 62
8 7
Summer 1951 
Summer 1951  
1 63
8 8
1951-1952 
1951-1952  
1 64
Summer 1952 
Summer 1952  
1 65
8 9
1952-1953 
1952-1953  
1 66
8 10
Summer 1953 
Summer 1953  
1 67
8 11
1953-1954 
1953-1954  
1 68
8 12
1954-1955 
1954-1955  
1 69
8 13
1955-1956 
1955-1956  
1 70
8 14
1956-1957 
1956-1957  
1 71
1957-1958 
1957-1958  
1 72
1958-1959 
1958-1959  
1 73
1959-1960 
1959-1960  
1 74
1960-1961 
1960-1961  
1 75
1961-1962 
1961-1962  
1 76
1962-1963 
1962-1963  
1 77
1963-1964 
1963-1964  
1 78
1964-1965 
1964-1965  
1 79
1965-1966 
1965-1966  
1 80
1966-1967 
1966-1967  
1 81
1967-1968 
1967-1968  
1 82
1968-1969 
1968-1969  
1 83
1969-1970 
1969-1970  
1 84
1970-1971 
1970-1971  
2 1
1971-1972 
1971-1972  
2 2
1972-1973 
1972-1973  
2 3
1973-1974 
1973-1974  
2 4
1974-1975 
1974-1975  
2 5
1975-1976 
1975-1976  
2 6
1976-1977 
1976-1977  
2 7
1977-1978 
1977-1978  
2 8
1978-1979 
1978-1979  
2 9
1979-1980 
1979-1980  
2 10
1980-1981 
1980-1981  
2 11
1981-1982 
1981-1982  
2 12
1982-1983 
1982-1983  
2 13
1983-1984 
1983-1984  
2 14
1984-1985 
1984-1985  
2 15
1985-1986 
1985-1986  
2 16
1986-1987 
1986-1987  
2 17
1987-1988 
1987-1988  
2 18
1988-1989 
1988-1989  
2 19
1989-1990 
1989-1990  
2 20
1990-1991 
1990-1991  
2 21
1990-1991, Graduate 
1990-1991, Graduate  
3 1
1991-1992 
1991-1992  
3 2
1992-1993 
1992-1993  
3 3
1992-1993, Graduate 
1992-1993, Graduate  
3 4
1993-1994 
1993-1994  
3 5
1993-1994, Graduate 
1993-1994, Graduate  
3 6
1994-1995 
1994-1995  
3 7
1994-1995, Graduate 
1994-1995, Graduate  
3 8
1995-1996 
1995-1996  
3 9
1995-1996, Graduate 
1995-1996, Graduate  
3 10
1996-1997 
1996-1997  
3 11
1996-1997, Graduate 
1996-1997, Graduate  
3 12
1997-1998 
1997-1998  
3 13
1997-1998, Graduate 
1997-1998, Graduate  
3 14
1998-1999 
1998-1999  
3 15
1998-1999, Graduate 
1998-1999, Graduate  
3 16
1999-2000 
1999-2000  
3 17
1999-2000, Graduate 
1999-2000, Graduate  
3 18
2000-2001 
3 19
2000-2001, Graduate 
2000-2001, Graduate  
3 20
2001-2002 
3 21
2001-2002, Graduate 
2001-2002, Graduate  
3 22
2002-2003 
3 23
8 15
2002-2003, Graduate 
2002-2003, Graduate  
3 24
2003-2004 
3 25
8 16
PIC disks 2
PIC disks 3 14-15
2003-2004, Graduate 
4 1
8 17
2004-2005 
4 2
8 18
PIC disks 1 44-45
2004-2005, Graduate 
4 3
8 19
2005-2006 
4 4
8 20
PIC disks 2 6-7
PIC disks 3 16
2005-2006, Graduate 
4 5
8 21
PIC disks 2 6-7
2006-2007 
4 6
8 22
PIC disks 2 27
PIC disks 3 17
2006-2007, Graduate 
4 7
2007-2008 
4 8
8 23
PIC disks 2 37
2007-2008 Graduate 
4 9
2008-2009, Graduate 
4 10
Summer, 2010, 2012 
p_OSx-3 8

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II. Affiliate schools 1921-2008 

Box Folder

Altos de Chavon 1983-2002 

Box Folder
1983-1984 
Altos de Chavon, 1983-1984  
4 11
1984-1985 
Altos de Chavon, 1984-1985  
4 12
1990 
Altos de Chavon, 1990  
4 13
1993-1994 
Altos de Chavon, 1993-1994  
4 14
2002-2003 
Altos de Chavon, 2002-2003  
4 15

Center for Advanced Design 1996 

Box Folder
1996 
Center for Advanced Design [Malaysia], 1996  
4 16

Kanazawa (KIDI) 1992-2001 

Box Folder
1992-1993 
Kanazawa, 1992-1993  
4 17
1993-1994 
Kanazawa, 1993-1994  
4 18
1994-1995 
Kanazawa, 1994-1995  
4 19
1995-1996 
Kanazawa, 1995-1996  
4 20
1996-1997 
Kanazawa, 1996-1997  
4 21
1998-1999 
Kanazawa, 1998-1999  
4 22
1999-2000 
Kanazawa, 1999-2000  
4 23
2000-2001 
Kanazawa, 2000-2001  
4 24
2001-2002 
Kanazawa, 2001-2002  
4 25

Otis Art Institute 1977-1992 

The Otis Art Institute of Los Angeles, California was founded in 1917. In November 1978, Otis merged with Parsons School of Design, which itself had become a division of the New School in 1970. In July 1991, Otis reorganized and again became an independent institution. For most of the duration of the Otis-Parsons affiliation, joint catalogs were issued. The catalogs in this sub-series are those that only list classes in Los Angeles.

Box Folder
Otis Art Institute, 1977-1979 
Otis Art Institute, 1977-1979  
4 26
Otis Art Instititute, Summer 1979 
8 24
Otis Art Institute, 1980-1982 
Otis Art Institute, 1980-1982  
4 27
Otis Art Institute, 1992-1993 
4 28

Paris Ateliers/Parsons Paris 1921-2008 

Box Folder
Paris Ateliers, 1921 Summer 
Parsons Paris, 1921 Summer  
4 29
Paris Ateliers, 1921-1939 [bound photocopies] 
71 8-9
Paris Ateliers, 1922 
Parsons Paris, 1922  
4 30
Paris Ateliers, 1923 
Parsons Paris, 1923  
4 31
Paris Ateliers, 1926-1927 
Parsons Paris, 1926-1927  
4 32
Paris Ateliers, 1927-1928 
Parsons Paris, 1927-1928  
4 33
Paris Ateliers, 1928-1929 
Parsons Paris, 1928-1929  
4 34
Paris Ateliers, 1929 
Parsons Paris, 1929  
4 35
Paris Ateliers, 1930 
Parsons Paris, 1930  
4 36
Paris Ateliers, 1931 
Parsons Paris, 1931  
4 37
Paris Ateliers, 1932 
Parsons Paris, 1932  
4 38
8 40
Paris Ateliers, 1933 
Parsons Paris, 1933  
4 39
Paris Ateliers, 1934 
Parsons Paris, 1934  
4 40
Paris Ateliers, 1935 
Parsons Paris, 1935  
4 41
Parsons Paris [bound photocopies] 
71 10-11
Parsons Paris, 1997-1998 
4 42
Parsons Paris, 1998-1999 
4 43
Parsons Paris, 1999-2000 
Parsons Paris, 1999-2000  
4 44
Parsons Paris, 2000-2001 
Parsons Paris, 2000-2001  
4 45
Parsons Paris, 2001-2002 
Parsons Paris, 2001-2002  
4 46
Parsons Paris, 2002-2003 
Parsons Paris, 2002-2003  
4 47
Parsons Paris, 2003-2004 
Parsons Paris, 2003-2004  
4 48
Parsons Paris, 2004-2005 
Parsons Paris, 2004-2005  
4 50
Parsons Paris, 2005-2006 
Parsons Paris, 2005-2006  
4 51
Parsons Paris, 2007-2008 [2015UNKNOWN_D001] 
8 25
Parsons Paris School of Art and Design, 2008-2009 
8 26

Samsung 1996-2004 

Box Folder
1996 
Samsung, 1996  
p_1 8
1997 
5 1
1998 
5 2
2001-2002 
5 3-4
PIC disks 3 18-19
2004 
5 5

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III. Continuing Education and AAS programs 1970-2012 

Parsons School of Design established an "Evening Division" in 1970 to accomodate the needs of professionals who wished to pursue further training in their fields and to serve the needs of students who did not wish to enroll in a full-time course of study. Classes were offered at the school's Greenwich Village campus, centered at 66 Fifth Avenue-2 West 13th Street, and in midtown Mahattan, primarily at the Parsons Fashion Education Center, located at 560 Seventh Avenue until its closure in 2013. Parsons began offering Associate's degrees in Applied Science (AAS) around 1975.

Box Folder
AAS 1975-2008 
1975-1976 
5 6
1976-1977 
5 7
1988, Fall 
1988, Fall AAS  
5 8
1996 
1996, AAS  
5 9
1998-1999 
1998-1999 AAS  
5 10
1999-2000 
1999-2000, AAS  
5 11
2000-2001 
5 12
2001-2002 
2001-2002, AAS  
5 13
2002-2003 
2002-2003, AAS  
5 14
2003-2004 
5 15
2004-2005 
5 16
2005-2006 
5 17
PIC disks 2 6-7
2006-2007 
5 18
2007-2008 
8 27
2008-2009 
5 19
Continuing Education 1970-2012 
1970 
5 20
1972 
5 21
1973, Fall and Spring 
1973, Fall and Spring  
5 22
1975, Spring 
1975, Spring  
5 23
1975, Fall, Spring, and Summer 
1975, Fall, Spring, and Summer  
5 24
1976, Summer and Spring 
5 25
1976, Fall 
1976, Fall  
5 26
1977, Spring 
5 27
1977, Summer 
1977, Summer  
5 28
1977, Fall 
1977, Fall  
5 29
1978, Spring and Fall 
1978, Spring and Fall  
5 30
1978, Summer 
1978, Summer  
5 31
1979, Spring 
1979, Spring  
5 32
1979, Summer and Fall 
1979, Summer and Fall  
5 33
1980, Spring 
1980, Spring  
5 34
1980, Summer 
1980, Summer  
5 35
1980, Fall 
1980, Fall  
5 36
1981, Spring Midtown 
1981, Spring Midtown  
5 37
1981, Spring Greenwich Village 
1981, Spring Greenwich Village  
5 38
1981, Summer Midtown 
1981, Summer Midtown  
5 39
1981, Summer Greenwich Village 
1981, Summer Greenwich Village  
5 40
1981, Fall Midtown 
1981, Fall Midtown  
5 41
1981, Fall Greenwich Village 
1981, Fall Greenwich Village  
6 1
1982, Spring Midtown 
1982, Spring Midtown  
6 2
1982, Spring Greenwich Village 
1982, Spring Greenwich Village  
6 3
1982, Summer Midtown 
1982, Summer Midtown  
6 4
1982, Summer Greenwich Village 
1982, Summer Greenwich Village  
6 5
1982, Fall 
1982, Fall  
6 6
1983, Spring 
1983, Spring  
6 7
1983, Summer 
1983, Summer  
6 8
1983, Fall 
1983, Fall  
6 9
1984, Spring 
6 10
1984, Summer 
6 11
1984, Fall 
1984, Fall  
6 12
1985, Spring 
1985, Spring  
6 13
1985, Summer 
1985, Summer  
6 14
1985, Fall 
1985, Fall  
6 15
1986, Spring 
1986, Spring  
6 16
1986, Summer 
1986, Summer  
6 17
1986, Fall 
1986, Fall  
6 18
1987, Spring 
1987, Spring  
6 19
1987, Fall 
1987, Fall  
6 20
1988, Spring 
1988, Spring  
6 21
1988, Summer 
1988, Summer  
6 22
1988, Fall 
1988, Fall  
6 23
1989, Spring 
1989, Spring  
6 24
1989, Summer 
1989, Summer  
6 25
1989, Fall 
1989, Fall  
6 26
1990, Spring 
1990, Spring  
7 1
1990, Summer 
1990, Summer  
7 2
1990, Fall 
7 3
1991, Spring 
1991, Spring [2 folders]  
7 4-5
1991, Summer 
1991, Summer  
7 6
1991, Fall 
1991, Fall  
7 7
1992, Spring 
1992, Spring  
7 8
1992, Summer 
1992, Summer  
7 9
1992, Fall 
1992, Fall  
7 10
1993, Spring 
1993, Spring  
7 11
1993, Summer 
1993, Summer  
7 12
1993, Fall 
1993, Fall  
7 13
1994, Spring 
1994, Spring  
7 14
1994, Summer 
1994, Summer  
7 15
1994, Fall 
1994, Fall  
7 16
1995, Spring 
1995, Spring  
7 17
1995, Summer 
1995, Summer  
7 9
1995, Fall 
1995, Fall  
7 19
1996, Spring 
1996, Spring  
7 20
1996, Summer 
1996, Summer  
7 21
1996, Fall 
1996, Fall  
34 1
1997, Spring 
1997, Spring  
34 2
1997, Summer 
1997, Summer  
34 3
1997, Fall 
1997, Fall  
34 4
1998, Spring 
1998, Spring  
34 5
1998, Summer 
1998, Summer  
34 6
1998, Fall 
1998, Fall  
34 7
1999, Spring 
1999, Spring  
34 8
1999, Summer 
1999, Summer  
34 9
1999, Fall 
1999, Fall  
34 10
2000, Fall 
7 22
2000, Spring 
2000, Spring  
34 11
2000, Summer 
2000, Summer  
34 12
2001, Spring 
2001, Spring  
7 23
2001, Summer 
2001, Summer  
7 24
2001, Fall 
2001, Fall  
7 25
2002, Spring 
2002, Spring  
7 26
2002, Summer 
2002, Summer  
7 27
2002, Fall 
2002, Fall  
7 28
2003, Spring 
2003, Spring  
7 29
2003, Summer 
2003, Summer  
7 30
2003, Fall 
2003, Fall  
7 31
2004, Spring 
2004, Spring  
7 32
2004, Summer and Fall 
2004, Summer and Fall  
7 33
2005, Spring 
2005, Spring  
7 34
2005, Fall and Summer 
2005, Fall and Summer  
7 35
8 28
2006, Spring, Summer, and Fall 
2006, Spring, Summer, and Fall  
7 36
8 29
2007, Spring 
7 37
2007, Fall 
7 37
2008, Spring 
7 38
2008, Fall 
2008, Fall  
7 38
8 30
2009, Summer 
8 31
2009, Fall 
8 32
2010, Spring 
8 33
2010, Summer 
8 34
2010, Fall 
8 35
2011, Spring 
8 36
2011, Summer 
8 37
2011, Fall 
8 38
2012, Spring 
8 39
2012, Summer 
8 39

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