From The Page (October, 1984):
The AS XIX session of Collegium Nebularum will meet at Northgate Hall on October 13th and 14th. Registration opens at 8am with first classes at 9am. There will be a $2 fee for the weekend. There will be a revel, announced at the event, with a $1 soup kitchen (bring utensils) for those on a budget. The revel should start at 6:30. Call the AUTOCRAT (Sebastian von Baden, phone) if you can't attend the Saturday classes, but wish to go to the revel.
There should be on-campus parking; ask at the kiosk as you enter from teh east or west.
(huge "partial list" of classes omitted)
Also, there will be distinguished lecturers on various topics of personal importance, all to include fealty and the meaning of knighthood: Prince Michael of Cynagua, William the Lucky, Brandon d'Arindel, and Kevin Perigrynne.
There will be a scribes' workshop, to include color theory, illumination for beginners, how to draw Keltic knotwork, and how to draw heraldic monsters. Bring a scroll to work on, or one will be provided.
The heraldic consulting table will be available.
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