This scrapbook, created by Sara Lou Debnam in 1948, documents Debnam’s experience as a student at Woman’s College of the University of North Carolina (now The University of North Carolina at Greensboro). Debnam, of Warrenton, Virginia, attended Woman’s College from 1947 to 1950. She was a member of the Cornelian Society. Her freshman year she participated in many sports including swimming, basketball, and softball. She was a member of Life Saving, the Recreation Association, Square Circle, the YWCA, the Dance Committee, and was a Carolinian Reporter. Her sophomore year she played basketball and softball and was in the Recreation Association, the Galilean Club, the Square Circle, the Daisy Chain, the Hall Elections Board and she was Rewrite Editor of the Carolinian. Her junior year she played softball and was a member of the Recreation Association, the Galilean Club, the Square Circle, Make-up Editor of the Carolinian, Class Project Chairman and Class Cheerleader. Her senior year she played softball and basketball, was a State Student Legislature Delegate, was a member of the Recreation Association, the Galilean Club, President of the Square Circle, a member of the YWCA, a Carolinian Reporter, College Cheerleader and Outstanding Senior. She graduated in 1950 with an A.B. in Mathematics. The scrapbook is annotated throughout in white ink and includes letters from Walter Clinton Jackson on Miss Coleman’s funeral and the 1948 polio epidemic, material related to the Physics Club, student election articles and ballots, a Gym Meet program from 1948, an article on keeping the literary societies, a layout sheet and style guide for the Carolinian, and a Sleigh Bell Ball program and article.