Object is a white ceramic hand bell with gold-tone lettering and trim, commemorating the dedication of the bell tower adjacent to the library. One side reads: "Campanile Dedication; Trinity Western University; March 27, 2000." The reverse reads: "You Sound Out the Words of the Lord". (Archival holdings include two identical bells)
Object is a blue laminated TWU Spartans VIP pass for 1998/99 season, expiring on 4/99; courtesy of the Spartan Club, and used for athletic events. The reverse includes the TWU torch logo and Spartan Member number 001. (Archival holdings include two passes, numbered 001 and 002 respectively)
Object is a gold-toned metal framed TWU certificate awarded to Dr. R. Neil Snider for 30 years of service; it was given on Sept. 15, 2004. The service award has Heb. 6:10 written in the left corner and is mounted on a blue mat. It is signed by Allan G. Hedberg (Board of Governors) and Kristen Corrigan (Human Resources)
Object is a yellow vinyl seat cushion - likely intended to be used on bleachers - with a handle on top and brown lettering reading "You can sit on us as long as you stand with us, Trinity Western College"; on the back "Reserve" is hand-printed on masking tape
Object is an ivory-coloured 100% cotton robe; the bottom is decorated with a diamond pattern stitch. On the back is a large fabric patch with "Trinity Western" in dark brown lettering along with the TW logo in brown and gold. The Taka brand label is visible on the bottom front.
Object is an orange, white, and silver stamp made of metal and plastic. "Rexel UN 22" with the ENM logo and "made in England" is written on the side. This was used to stamp due dates on borrowers' cards before the library system at TWU was automated
Object is a metal medallion - possibly intended for use as a paperweight - featuring a gold-tone trim with a black leather (like) inset commemorating the inauguration of President Johnathan S. Raymond and bearing a gold-tone crest and motto with "Trinity Western University Inauguration October 2006" written along the border. The medallion has a felt bottom and is stored in a red velveteen bag.
Object is a metal medallion - possibly intended for use as a paperweight - featuring a silver-tone trim with a black leather (like) inset commemorating the inauguration of President Robert G. Kuhn and bearing a silver-tone crest and motto with "Trinity Western University Inauguration November 2014" written along the border. The medallion has a felt bottom and is stored in a grey box along with a bag and a card indicating the manufacturer (Canadian Spirit INC.) and warranty.