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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 28 March 1958

POLITICAL SCIENCE CLASS ON FIELD TRIP by T John Zisek Brewsterhead Of the Political Science _Department at the main campusgreeted t the group _whep, they arrived at State College. They were the guests of honor at the presentation* Socrates was an Athenian _philospher and teacher who lived during the period 469-399 B«Ce The doctrines of Socrates were preserved for prosperity by Plato and Xenophontwo of his pupils. Because of his commanding influence over the young citizensa group of Athenian elders sought to have Socrates sentenced to death. Socrates was charged _withs (l) teaching a new relig ion, ( _&) corrupting young men by questioning their patterns of conduct, and (3) being & friend of the enemies of Athens* - Socrates walked in search «f the truth* He sought to examine the conditions of life and question their status. When asked which he would give preference top the search for truth or the glory of Socrates replied that if _Athans was untrue, he would ...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 28 March 1958

HERE COMES EASTER Arthur Lingousky Easter, that _joyous holiday, is just around the corner. We hope our welldeserved vacation is not terminated sooner than it was _finally scheduled a few weeks ago because of the day missed last week on account of the inclement weather* Easter usually conies in the early spring, with the birds singing trees budding, etc. This yearthe only green seen so far was that sickly color that covers the faces of men stu"k in six-foot snow banks* Well, dejrresanot the spirit of thy fellow man, perhaps by July-4 we will be able to perceive the buds blossoming and grass shooting up. But will we be satisfied when the lawn mower ?mrt be-hauled out, oiled, sharpened, and used,, Well, are we ever? Easter takes its name in English from that of an Anglo~3axon goddes Hastrewho reesent ed lightor spring. Easter is the springtime the resurrectionor rising from the dead, of Jesus, It is the culmination of the forty day observance of Lent. Eastertoois a time of rej...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 28 March 1958

AT YOUR SERVICE by Gene Tihansky A new bi-weekly feature of the Collegir will be the publication of themes written by Highacre _students * The _purpose• of the publication of these themes is twof oldi to give a well-deserved pat can the back to the authorand to stimulate better theme writing in aj.l -Camp* classes_*We hope that you will do more t than _simply read the themes published here? you _should _observe _carefully the

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 28 March 1958

HIGHACRES COLLEGIAN March 28, 1953

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 28 March 1958

1 _OUTSTAflDING mm OF THE frEBK . - . MANKIND AND THB ATOM by Frank M* Ogureck Did you ever s_$op for a moment and wonder what the size of an atom really 13? Well, if you hadyou would have been amazed at iis infinitesimal _smallness_. This minute particle has never been seeneven with the aid of the most powerful microscopes, yet all matter in the universe is made up of _scorns $ either alone, or in an arranger..3n.i of several linked together in some •wsijv There are about one hundred _different kinds of atoms, and these are known as the basic elements* However, there are many thousands of combinations of these elements ranging from common table salt to the complex compounds that are contained in living cells * The atom is made up of ctill smaller units * These are known as electrons, protons, and neutrons* The electron _carries a negative charge of electricity, the proton, a positive charge, while the neutron is electrically neutral_* These particles form a system that is a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 28 March 1958

the writer ' a pwj_^_iifces in developing ideasorganizing material constructing paragraphsforming sentences, and selecting words. Moreoveras you read, you should ponder oh the materialagree or disagree with the opinions expressed, and try to discover a parallel with your own thought or experience* Concentrated study should leave you with increased knowledge of the technique of writing and usually with new subject natter suggestions for your own compositions* For the most part, the selections which will be printed are of the Comp* One level* The English Department and the Collegian staff have attempted to choose themes which will appeal to college readers * If your theme grades have been low perhaps it is because you do not know what goes into the making of a good theme* We hope that by reading these themes yoti will pick up some useful hints which will help you to pull up your grades* The Crollegian staff is grateful for the cooperation of the English Department in helping to pr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 28 March 1958

i HIGHACRES COLLEGIAN \ _»8 MARCH 1958

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 28 March 1958

(ID OUTSTAND ING THE ME O F THE WEEK CHEERFULNESS AND GOOD TEMPER by L,._> Bohenek A person tha t has a good sense of humor ¦will_, frequently be successful_* Indeed, the best traits one can possess are _oheerfvlnesa and a good tempera A quick or bad temper can be the downfall of the most successful person * People tend to »¦ i stay a way from an ill-tempered person* They a?sociate with him only as much as is absolutely necessaryj then _^ they are on their way<> Cheerfulness also is an excellent trait to develop_^ The two run hand-in—hand. If you possess one * you generally have the other — at least to a _osrta in extent* A cheerful person has a "magnetic personality,,5 ' He seems to attract others to him* Re gets along in both the business world ard the social circles* He is never f?h3_nnedj rather he is invited to every tiocial gathering_^ as well as to political organizations, and business enter-* priseso Thus, if one expects to get along in the busin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 28 March 1958

_^ TIME TO INSURE by Al Hinger " Time to Insvre"! is a slogan by which many companies advertise* Most people prefer to have a backlog to rely on -rhen they are confronted by unexpected . eventso This same slogan can apply to our blood bank.. The time has again come when the school*a blood bank must be replenished* It is a comforting thought * in time of dire need, to know that there is a place _whefe one can receive help* Mrs * _^D* informs us that our supply of blood is almost depleted,, Those of you who are physically able to do so should consult with Mrs a "K" and set an appoi.. ' ¦ mento There are two dates which are sche'Viled for the center * the first occurs ab !:>¦ . end of the Easter vacation* Everybody should be well rested and eager to participate* The people %"ho had to use our blood receipts thank those who have already contributedo Maybe next time YOU will be the person offering thanks© Establish your insurance now, w&ile thei_*e is still time0 _...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 28 March 1958

COLLEGIAN, STAFF . . _ . _ Editor-dn Chief*..»••• Tom Maxwell Assistant Editor* *.*.* Fred Steckerfc Associate Editore »**** Gene Tihanski Art Editor* •«•*«•••••« John Cappello Reporters *)************ Barbara _Katshniarilr ¦ Art _Lingouskyv.«««.«.« Joanne Edwards *. Ted Minor, John Zisek, Gene Tihanskij, Typists*.•««..«»«_fo0»« Gene Tihansky$ Joanne Edwards, Thomas Maxwell

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 28 March 1958

The T j G.I.F, cltfb is happy to announce the appointment of Miss Geraldine Wilkowski to the office of secretary*.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 28 March 1958

H1GHACRES COLLEGIAN 28 March , 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 28 March 1958

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 28 March 1958

It's Greek to Mel From SCHUYLKILL COLLEGIAN In the study of mathematics and physics every student at one time or another is faced with knowing a part of the letters of the Greek alphabet. Some of the 1 ¦; letters of the alphabet are used to refer to different angles in computing an analytical problem. As an aid to the science students of this Centerlisted h_^rs is the Greek alphabet defined and _axcmplified_. A_' _THAt half of _Ex _ft ? Alpha pint of cream, please. B'ilTA.? ought to _3x.*» You beta beat it, kid _GAMAs baby for grandma iiv? T3hat big teeth you have, gamma* DELTA? used in cards Sxi He delta hand of pinochle * EPSILONi foot bath EX*: Go soak yourself in epsilon salts* ZEFAs to repeat a phrase Ex,3 Zeta again, Virginia Dare * " STAs to devote. Ex,, <> I eta grape*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 28 March 1958

ELECTION RESULTS In the election for th e M ay Qu ee n and her courfc on Tuesday, M a rc h lS_* in which approximately B0% of the student body voted, the following persons were elected? May Queen*„••»»»•• Betty Ann Ficek 1st attendent _».«¦.. Dotty Melley 2nd attendent *.,>•«» Carol Mastroianni Crown Bearer_»««_#_»« Katjiy Rossi Freshmen! Maid of Hono»*»««_. Kathy B a rt ha lmus 1st attehdentk_«,.# Marlene _Fersari 2n d att e nd _ant,.*,. Frances Werpshaw Heart Bearer...... Anne Mclaughlin Key BeareE**••*••• Barbara Katchmarik Scroll Bearer..*,. Olga Markus The remaining girls will be in the court. They are as followst Shirley Haugh, Marilyn Houser, Judy Phillips, Sandy RimrnBonnie Schecterly,, JoAnne EdwardsJoni _DeBalsoj Gerry ¦ Wilkowski, P a ulin e Kus h ma , Eleanor Svok, Rosmary Cippa«

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 28 March 1958

STUDENT ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE by Ted Minor ' The following persons have been chosen t& serve on Student Council Activity Committees for the Spring Semeste:*. _- These people have been chosen because of their knowledge and _integer;':, in the formulation and execution, _cf -olicii designed with the best interests of the students in mind* Social Committee Ted Minor ( chairman) John Cappello Franc e s W e rpshaw Olga Markus George Bishop Carol Mas t roi a n n i Dortffcjsy Melly Rita Sappe Eugene Tihanski Th<*r;mf3 Maxwell continued

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 28 March 1958

¦ CHANGE IN SPRING VACATION At 4._J55 ?M Wednesday, April 2, the spring v a cat io n w ill begi n for HIGHACRES students• The vacation will end Tuesday, Apr i l 8 , a t 8j45 AM , O n that Tuesday, the regularly scheduled Tuesday classes will be held, but on Wednesday, the 9th, the regular Monday schedule will be used* In this way, the two-day _period which was missed a few weeks ago due to inclement weather will be made up. -_£ ¦ «¦ ¦ » •_&• ¦ !!- -H_*&¦ -US¦ «- •' XJ' - _Jfc _? _rt

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 28 March 1958

* * * * * . * _. . . . . _v r" *w '* rw *¦ _¦ '* '* Ft '1 *v 'v f 1 fy _rv TED MINOR IN LOCAL CONTEST It has been brought to our attention that Mr. Theodore T, Minor, president _oni the Sophomore class here , along with his team 'won the Tri-County Finger •championship Contest. We sincerely _Trant to congratulate Mr. Minor on winning this 'great honor*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 28 March 1958

J HIQHACRES COLLEGIAN March 28, 1958

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 28 March 1958

Student Activities Committees continued traffic Committee _Albert Hinger ( chairman) John Penkala Mike Tomal Michael Hudasky William Diehl Tb.cffias Baker Roger Bowers /it-kletic Committee Thomas Fetterman ( chairman) Harry _Spayde J o seph l e mola Andrew Taresoko _Richard _fecnks _Rcb3:-*t Romc.:neheck Recreation Committee Baivby Arm Ficek (chairman) F'.rr.a Had gal u araldine Ifilkowski _Robert Parsons P'_^lxeity Committee _^ ed Minor ( chairman) John. _Cappellf_) F.-_^_noes Werpshaw John Zisek F:mance Committee John Sisek (chairman) T-jrt Minor John Cappello John Penkala

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