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The Other Side [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 March 1959

The Other Side When St. Madeleine Sophie founded the Society of the Sacred Heart in 1800, she could not have foreseen Newton College. Even when her life was drawing to a close in 1865, she could not have imagined that today there would be a "bride school" for the natives of the Belgian Congo, university colleges in Bombay and Tokyo, and more than one hundred eighty other houses in all parts of the free world. The little French girls of Amiens in 1806, those of the mid-century at the internationally famous Rue de Varenne, and you, today, at Newton College of the Sacred Heart, one of the more recent foundations of the Society, have all been educated according to the spirit and philosophy of education formulated by St. Madeleine Sophie. It had to be a plan of exceptional wisdom to be capable of such adaptation without loss of its essential qualities. One of these fundamental characteristics of Sacred Heart education is that it deals with the individual. The training of intellect, will ...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
The Lighter Side [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 March 1959

The Lighter Side The sight of several pairs of crutches amid the stacks of books and purses outside the dining room just about sums up Newton's winter activities. With the ski, skate and spill season in full swing, hardly a weekend comes to a close without a new name on the casualty list. The "semester break," for many a bone, became a hard, cold, literal fact. As someone put it, "I'm getting writer's cramp, signing all t'hese casts." Freshman Toni Reuter isn't lessening the burden of the overworked autographers; she has had three new casts on her left leg. "I didn't break any bones," she says."I just keep breaking my casts." The last one cracked and fell off as Toni was getting into a cab in New York. They just don't make 'em the way they used to. At any rate, the cast seems to be what every well-dressed skier will wear this season and freshman Nancy Igoe's is especially chic. In addition to a fashionable patterned knit toe-bootie, her cast boasts a ski badge from the east slope at...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
GLEE CLUB SERENADES THE CAPITOL [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 March 1959

GLEE CLUB SERENADES THE CAPITOL With baggage and music, our seventy-five vocalists waved goodbye to Boston on Friday night, February 20th, leaving en masse on the Washington bound train. In their ten and a half hours travelling south, they tossed in their coach seats, invented awkward sleeping positions and suffered the constant echoes of "coffeee, sammichus, and frayish, colld oranguce!" Blurryeyed and anxious, they arrived at 9:30 A.M. Saturday at Washington's Union Station, where they were graciously escorted to the Statler Hotel by members of the Georgetown Glee Club. After a few free hours at the hotel, where they enjoyed a leisurely lunch, the Newton group met the Georgetown Glee Club at Gaston Hall on the Georgetown campus. There under the direction of Mr. Paul C. Hume, both groups worked on their concert repertoire. Then they turned their attention to the Georgetown-Seton Hall basketball game held that evening in the campus gym. Unfortunately, Georgetown, after an exciting d...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Daughters Fete Their Dads [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 March 1959

Daughters Fete Their Dads A disrupted landscape being levelled for construction and carefully cleaned dormitory rooms greeted over two hundred fathers who arrived Saturday afternoon, February 28th, for a four o'clock reception in Badenhausen As- sembly Hall. The Community and faculty, as well as the respective daughters welcomed them, and many old acquaintances were renewed among the fathers themselves. At fivethirty, all —as well as a few "adopted daughters"—hustled to the dining room where they discovered that the turnout was more successful than anyone had expected. The much advertised New England steak and baked bean dinner was thoroughly enjoyed by 580 fathers and their Newtonite companions. After dinner, Mother Husson, Mother Wheeler, and Mrs. Gilman spoke to the fathers. A joint Glee Club concert with Boston College brought the evening on campus to a happy ending, with Broadway show tunes introduced and encored by everybody's favorite, the Oklahoma Medley. Many father-daughte...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
A Look into Newton's Oriental Kaleidoscope [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 March 1959

A Look into Newton's Oriental Kaleidoscope Regular visitors to the library will not be surprised to hear there is a new reference librarian at Newton. She is Mother Kato, R.S.C.J. of the International School of the Sacred Heart in Tokyo. Mother Kato is spending a few months here getting practical experience in library work while waiting to return to Japan this June. Mother Kato spent some time at Maryville before taking her Master's degree in Library Science at Catfiolic University in Washington. After her stay in the United States, Mother Kato will return to Tokyo. Her trip around the world began with studies in Prance at Bois Fleury, the Sacred Heart House near Grenoble. While in France she visited Ste. Marie d' en Haut, the original house founded by Mother Duchesne. After her profession in Rome and subsequent arrival in the United States, Mother Kato visited the shrine of Mother Duchesne at St. Charles, Missouri. Mother Kato attended both the Japanese Academy of the Sacred Heart ...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Dr. SWC [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 March 1959

Dr. SWC The hobgoblin that bedevils a liberal arts college is the spirit of short cut seeking. ("Don't bother reading the rest of the Confessions —I have a terrific outline book that has everything in it.") As Dr. Lubomir Gleiman observed, this is a real temptation foi the student. SWC provides an antidote for the intellectual inertia we must overcome in o.der to become educated persons. "SWC breaks the high school mentality, where the student receives everything in predigested form — through effort of memory rather than effort of mind," Dr. Gleiman said. One of the problems endemic to teaching is the lack of life experience of those being taught. A teacher has to aim at making knowledge meaningful to his students. Essentially his job is one of expanding and widening their vision. To accomplish this, he must strive to integrate knowledge with the personal experience of the young. Consequently, learning depends for its efficacy on an active response from the student. He must relate h...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Dr. Fitz Gibbon Discusses Aquinas At Dover Debate [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 March 1959

Dr. Fitz Gibbon Discusses Aquinas At Dover Debate Dr. John Paul FitzGibbon, associate professor of Philosophy at the college, spoke at the Dominican Fathers' Philosophical Symposium, in Dover Town Hall, March sth. The theme of the discussion was "Man According to Sartre and St. Thomas Aquinas," a paper by the Very Reverend Vincent M. Martin, 0.P., Ph.D. Father Martin's contention was that according to Sartre man exists in a state of anguish simply because there is no God to afford an explanation of man's existence in the world. Because St. Thomas' basic principle is the existence of God, he can explain man's existence. Dr. FitzGibbon added that "Existentialism is not as novel a philosophy as is sometimes supposed, since echoes of Kant and Schopenhauer can be heard in Sartre's contention that each person, through his choices, legislates for all humanity, and that the misery that pervades the world is attributable to the absence of reason as a determining principle in the universe."

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Trio of Forwards Basket the Ball; Remain Undefeated [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 March 1959

Trio of Forwards Basket the Ball; Remain Undefeated Newton College began its basketball season by solidly trouncing the Boston College School of Education 44-34, in the Quonset hut, on February 25th. At the end of the first quarter Newton held a slim lead with the score 10-9. Good scoring by forwards Mary Egan and Clare Carey helped pile up points until at the end of the third quarter Newton led 29-25. During the fourth quarter, forward Cathy Hafey scored consistently until Newton led at the finish 44-34. Guards Sue Schulte, Gretchen Eben, and Mary Corbett functioning well as a team, successfully prevented the B.C. team from scoring heavily. In Newton's second game, played at home on March 2nd, the first team beat Boston State Teachers College 41-39. Cathy Hafey was high-scorer with twenty-five points, a record high for the year so far. Newton's second team was defeated by a close margin, 27-25. The third game of the season was played on the Brandeis University campus on March 4th. ...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Music in the Air: A Senior Concert [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 March 1959

Music in the Air: A Senior Concert Stephanie Landry will present her senior concert on March 18th, to complete the requirements for her degree. Her program will begin with Mozart's "Fantasie in C Minor", K 475, followed by two Chopin Etudes, the first in E Major, Opus 10, No. 3, and the second in C Sharp Minor, Opus 10, No. 4. Next will be two Brahms' selections, the first, an "Intermezzo in E Sharp Major," Opus 117, No. 1 and the second a "Rhapsody in G Minor," Opus 77, No. 2. She will end with Ravel's "Sonatine." Stephanie studied two summers at South Louisiana Institute and a year at the New England Conservatory of Music, and came to Newton in her second year. Her music teacher is Olga Stone, M. Mus., at Boston University. Stephanie has already given concerts. She played at a student recital here last Spring. She says"I find that the more you perform for people, the more you are able to do so with ease, and convey what the composer meant." Her favorite musician is Bach. I think h...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Rehearsals Begun On Barrie Play [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 March 1959

Rehearsals Begun On Barrie Play On Tuesday evening, May sth, the Newton Players will present James M. Barrie's Alice Sit by the Fire under the direction of Mrs. Catherine G. Lehman. In this drawing room comedy, Barrie, the author of Peter Pan, portrays two imaginative girls who have created an eternal triagle out of their romantic minds. In casting Alice Sit by the Fire something new has been added. For the first time in the history of the Newton Dramatic Club girls will not have to play the male parts. The female characters are Alice played by Dottie Bohen, Genevra by Gail Gallagher, Amy played by Nancy Maslen, Richardson played by Maryann Morrissey, Fanny played by Jeanne Shaeffner, the Nurse by Marge Carroll. Try-outs are still being held for the two remaining male parts.

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Around Town [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 March 1959

Around Town Boston entertainment is in full swing. On March 25th the Wilbur Theater will open an 18-week repertory season with Luigi Pirandello's Six Characters in Search of an Author. Next presentation will be Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest, starring John Lasal and Gretchen Kanne. Andy Griffith, Dolores Gray and Scott Brady will star in the musical Destry Bides Again, which opens at the Shubert on April Ist. The play is on a three-week engagement prior to opening on Broadway. Jessica Tandy will star in three one-act plays to be presented soon at the Colonial. Aaron Richmond will present Glenn Gould, a young piano virtuoso, on March Bth at Symphony Hall. Segovia, one of the world's greatest guitar players, will appear in Jordan Hall on March 22nd. The Ford Hill Forum will continue its Sunday lecture series on March Bth when Dr. Henry Kissinger will speak on the problems of American foreign policy. Sunday, March 15th, Fredric Wertham, M.D., will give a talk entitled, "...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Coming Events [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 March 1959

Coming Events Thurs. Mar. 12 — Bible Lecture Fri. Mar. 13 — Movie: "Everything but the Truth" Mon. Mar. 16 — Cardinal Cushing's Holiday Tues. Mar. 17. — St. Patrick's Day Wed. Mar. 18 — Stephanie Landry's Senior Concert Thurs. Mar. 19 — Basketball game with Northeastern Symphony Rehearsal Fri. Mar. 20 thru Sun. Mar. 22 — Retreat Wed. Mar. 25 — Beginning of Easter Vacation

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 March 1959
Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
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Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
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Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
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Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 April 1959

EIGHT EIGHTY-FIVE Vol. VII April, 1959 No. 5

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Faculty Gains New Members [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 April 1959

Faculty Gains New Members The Administration announces the addition of several new faculty members for next year. Mother Elizabeth White, R.S.C.J., will return to Newton's English Department after three years at Catholic University where she completed work for the doctorate. This will be Mother White's third stay at Newton. Before going to Catholic University she acted as Newton's Dean of Students. After returning from the Sorbonne where he is on a Guggenheim grant. Doctor Jacques Zephir will teach a course in twentieth century French literature. A native of Haiti, he is interested in the problem of teaching French to foreigners. Doctor Zephir, whose wife also had a grant to study at the Sorbonne, was formerly on the faculty of Assumption College, Worcester. Miss Alicia Kelley will assume the title of Co-ordinator of SWC. A candidate for a Ph.D. at Clark University, she is a graduate of Manhattanville and has an M.A. in history from Catholic University as well as an M.Ed, from Bosto...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Psychology: A Fall Major [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 April 1959

Psychology: A Fall Major The administration has announced that a psychology major will be offered to Newton students next year. Dr. Grace Kaczynski will head the Psychology Department. A School Psychologist, Staff Psychologist and Consultant for Catholic Charities in Syracuse, New York, Dr. Kaczynski obtained her B.A. from Radcliffe and her M.A. and Ed.D. from Harvard University. The new major will have two emphases, one toward a direct preparation for personnel work in business, education, social work and similar areas, the other, toward graduate work in psychology or clinical psychology. This major will be open to the present freshmen, and special arrangements will be made for members of the class of 1961 who wish to enter the field.

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Freshman Show: A Hit [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 April 1959

Freshman Show: A Hit "Boarder to Border," the Freshman Show, was given in the Quonset on Monday evening, April thirteenth. The Class of '62, made up under the direction of Mary Jane Wood, wore costumes designed and executed by Ann O'Connor. Promptly at eight the curtain rose on "Boarder to Border,'' the result of several months of strenuous rehearsal and excited argument. Ann Ferrone and Barbara Fortunato effectively portrayed two Newtonites touring Asia and the Continent. Monica Shaughnessy showed promise in her strong but silent role. The show, directed by Tammy Kahle, received a warm reception from the Standing Room Only audience who found "Boarder to Border" well paced and occasionally side-splittingly entertaining. The voices of the chorus lustily harmonized "SWC", "That's Education", and the finale, "Everything's Up To Date at Newton College." V. V. Martin's piano accompaniment gave the show a professional touch, as did Caroline Dursi's and Patty Joyce's expert management of t...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
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