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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 2 May 1958

iWWtwwwwwwwwwwww nIMAY DAT TOPS HIGHACRES SOCIAL CALENDAR I Sigma Sorority ' s May Day ¦ as being the top Highacres Social Event of the spring semester. The entire day I of May 21th will be devoted to this most colorful and festive occasion. I The afternoons activities will be centered on the crowning of the May Queen, I Miss Jacqueline Kessel_. The Queen ' s Court of Honor will include Jane Hunchar I and Barbara Ort as First Attendants, Patricia Sacco and Dorthy Melly as Second I Attendants, Martha Preputnlk and Mary Merker as Scroll and Crown Bearers, Mary I IScaran and Rosemary Arlotto as Key and Heart Bearers and Barbara Nardinl as Maid I of Honor, I This portion of the celebration is attended by the Highacres Faculty, ¥omens I Auxiliary, Community Friends of the College etc, and offers the young women of , I the sorority an opportunity to display the training which the sorority provides I In the gracious practice of the social amenitieso I Climax to the Gala Day will be the Q...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 23 May 1958

President Walker Comments On The Future Development And Expansion Of The University Centers In Relation To The Main Campus Reported by John Cappello ( Exclusive to The Highacres Collegian) Penn State Centers have been established deserve great praise, and Penn State is proud to have been permitted to cooperate with these local groups to give Pennsylvania at least a start toward a truly significant community-college system. "I have been asked to comment on the future development and expansion of the Penn State Centers. This is a difficult task. It is important that the programs at the Centers remain flexible so that they can adjust easily and quickly to the shifting economy and culture not simply of the Commonwealth but also of the community itself. This fact adds a new and diffcult dimension to the always risky business of predicting. "The committee that drew up our long-range report .completed only , this last winter predicted a total enrollment at the 13 Penn State Centers of ...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 23 May 1958

Let's Look Ahead To Our Hiqhacres1 Silver Anniversary ton Campus is preparing to celebrate its 25th anniversary in 1959. Its history shows a constant growth and expansion to meet the educational and cultural needs of this area. Here is a brief history of the Hazleton branch of the Penn State University. The Penn State Center at Hazleton was first organized in 1934, with classes and administrative offices in the Markle Bank Building. Then, we moved to the Broad Street School building which is now occupied by classes conducted by the Hazleton School District. Later, classrooms were added, by the use of rooms in the Walnut Street Building, which has since been replaced by the new Hazleton Elementary School building. Eventually, the State of Pennsylvania bought the spacious Markle Estate at Highacres for us. This is the present location of Highacres Campus. By Mauro Pancerella Penn State University 's Hazle BEST WISHES PROM OUR ADMINISTRATIVE! _HKAO Here are the former Admin...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 23 May 1958

_HI&MACREC1 NEW STUDENT UNION BUILDING This is a frontal view of the new Student Union Building being constructed at Hignacres. it is expected to De completed in time ior the beginning of the fall term of 1958. The cost is estimated at $100,000. The split-level construction, 90 feet long and 55 feet wide, designed by architect Harry Lentz, will be located about 150 feet from the Main Building, overlooking Conyngham Valley. Brick and stone are being used in the construction. The side facing the valley is to be made almost entirely of glass. The new building will include a large social, recreation room, and a spacious cafeteria. In addition, there will be rooms for student activities. The entire building _anJ ornninrie will _enmhino tao _koct i-hgniKtortctira _»f _utilitv an<1 arm-inns modern _livinar. ReDorted bv Fred Steckert and Joanne Edwards

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 23 May 1958

HOW TO SEEK A SCHOLARSHIP Reported by Al Hinger There are two sources of financial scholarship aid: locally here at Highacres, and on a Universitywide basis by action of the Scholarship Committee. Here are some of the details: 1. Locally, there is available for a deserving high-school seniora scholarship fund consisting of five hundred dollars offered to a freshman in the pursuance of a Baccalaureate Degree. The high school student is to consult his high school principal for the details. 2. Also locally, for high school seniors, there are two scholarships ( CONTINUED ON PAGE TWO)

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Picture [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 23 May 1958
Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 23 May 1958

PRESIDENT WALKER (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) from which Pennsylvania colleges and universities will draw theii students in 1963. "But if we assume that it is the reservoir and that the present percentage of college-going in Pennsylvania is not increasedour colleges and universities will enroll for the fall term of 1963, about 300000 full-time and part-time students. This means that, for every 100 students new going to college in Pennsylvania, 170 w ill be enrolled in 1963, just five years from now. "Can the established four-year institutions in the Commonwealth expand fast enough to admit this increase ? I doubt it. "But my belief in the future expansion of the Centers is based not so much on the inability of the four-year institutions to expand fast encugh to do the job but rather on the inherent need ani demand for the type of programs with which the Centers can do the best possible job. For instance, I firmly believe that associate-degree programs, closely co-ordinate with th...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 23 May 1958

I believe firmly in the healthy growth of the Centers in the years ahead." SCHOLARSHIP (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) available. The Dorr-Oliver Inc, Scholarship is for an Associate Degree applicant in engineering and amounts to $480.00 per year, and by action of the local scholarship committee can be extended for the period of two years. The Hazleton National Bank Scholarship is for an applicant in any curriculum in the Associate Degree program and amounts to $450.00 tach year, and can also be given for the period of two years. One of these scholarships will be awarded on alternate years. The Dorr-Oliver Incorporated Scholarship was awarded for the first time last fall for the school year 1957-195S. The Hazleton National Bank Scholarship will be awarded for the school year 1958-1959. 3. Various scholarships are given to worthy students already in college who show their willingness to study, but are having a difficult time financially. These scholarships are given via: a. The Unive...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 23 May 1958

AFROTC NEWS selected on their demonstrated ability to organize, lead and command men. As a climax to the AFROTC activitiesthe cadet squadron held its annual Military Ball at the Altamont Hotel on the 10th of May. A buffet dinner was served and dancing followed. At this function, the Convair Cadet Award for 1958 was presented to Cadet Captain John Potochney; and Cadet Captain John Bodnar received the outstanding sophomore cadet award. The Highacres AFROTC unit, under the direction of Captain Paul Harhi, is about to conclude another very successful semester of Air Science work. The program gives the young college student an opportunity to develop his leadership potential. At Highacres, the Freshman Cadet is first taught that a leader must learn to take orders before he is able to give them. This he learns on the drill field during leadership training periods. Cadet officers are

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 23 May 1958

FAREWELL SALUTE From Captain Harhi "I wish to thank all the students, facultyand staff for their cooperation and friendliness in making the AFROTC program, and my complex duties easier. For the forthcoming academic year, I will be assigned to the Strategic Air Command in Mississippi. All best wishes to y 'all."

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 23 May 1958

Meet- Highacres' Future Authors of America By Rita Sappe THE HIGHACRES BELLESLETTRES SOCIETY has been flourishing under the direction of Professor Andrew Kafka, facultyadviser. This literary group, organized only this year, is already well on the way toward achieving these objectives: (1) The encouragement of creative writing; (2) criticism of all students work submitted; (3) analysis of literary writings for the purpose of examining writing techniques and craft; (4) the extension of invitations to people who are authorities in the world of literature; (5) the taking of trips to hear lectures by literary figures; (6) the submission of student writings for ultimate publication. Among the Belles-Lettres Society's active members are Rita Sappe (President), Frances Werp shaw (Secretary), Frank _Carmak, _Pasquale Collura, Olga Markus, Marlene Ferrari, Stanley Cierlitskey, John Bodnar and Thomas Maxwell. At the moment a number of members of the Society are engaged in different lit...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 23 May 1958

Popular Upperclassman Frank A. Cermak, upperclassman, comes from California where he attended U.C.L.A. Recently transferred from the regular Navy, he is continuing his academic efforts at Highacres in the chemical-engineering field, He lives near Barnesville with his wife Mary and his daughter Heidi. As a Navy Lieutenant, Cermak received intensive expert instruction in the Russian langue, provided by the U.S. Navy, later served as a translator-interpretor for a period of four years. Cermak was persuaded by members of the faculty to lead an informal course, via seminar, in the Russian language for them. The versatile Cermak was one of our three representatives at the recent Tenth Annual Interpretative Dramatic Reading Festival at the University Park Campus.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 23 May 1958

A Visit With Our Versatile Assistant Administrator Mr. William Schneider, our Assistant Administrator at Highacres is well-known by all of our students, However, did you know that he is a District Representative who helps organize academic courses around Greater Hazleton that covers the Danville-Bloomsburg-Berwick and Weatherly Area 1 We approached him to ask about this part of his responsibilities. He told us that this year a number of formal and informal extension activities gave training and pleasure to approximately 413 adults in 12 programs which _eminated from the Highacres Campus.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 23 May 1958

Awards For Our Athletes We are proud to list the winners of our Intermural Teams in bowling and basketball. BOWLING TEAM: The Pin Splitters — Roger Bowers, Captain, Richard Betterly, John Antolick, James Antolick, James Rutolo, and Bernard Moro. BASKETBALL TEAM: Tar Heels—Richard Lazurick, Captain, Martin Jacobs, Thomas Drusa, Wayne Hettinger, Edward Ecker, Lou Romano, and John Potochney.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 23 May 1958

/_"¦ _^..-- J D.^»l,-, _ CA_»_AmAM_«r _Thuee students at the Penn State's Highacres broke L»rOUna-J3reaKing _ceremony ground for the new Student Union building. From left: Frances Werpshaw, Hazletona Student Council Member; Betty Anne Ficek, McAdoo, Council secretary and Ted Minor, Kelayres, Council president. In background are Mrs. Roland Edmunds, a member of the Penn State Auxiliary, and Mary Beth Bommer, Auxiliary president. WANTED: Memories of Former High- H |_QHACRES COLLEGIAN STAFF - acres Srudens. As we approach our HIGHACRES CAMPUS, HAZLETON, PENNSYLVANIA Silver Anniversary, we would appre- Gene Tihansky, Fred SteckertStan Zdep_, Barbara KatchmartkJoanne Edwards, Olga date that all faculty and former Stu- Markus, John Zisek, Mauro Pancerella, Lawrence LeQrande, John BodnarBettyKulig, dents who recall interesting anec- XEEkTwL_^ _^^ _^ _^^^ _^^ Fred _^^^ Pran°eS Werp shaw ' dotes and developments to send in Editor-in-Chief: John Cappello Photography: Robert Edmunds comments...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 23 May 1958

MISCELLANEOUS NEWS Reported by Frank Kostos, Jr. Proposed Summer Session 1958: Peightal, Chairman. The Exhibit The following is a list of the sum- of Penn State faculty work ran mer courses to be offered here at from May 5 to Mav 16 1TfPi Held at Highacres: The 4th Annual Pennsylvania State University Workshop for Secretaries will be held at Highacres, June 13-14. The theme of the meeting will be "Modern Trends for the Secretary." Those interested should get in touch with Mr. Schneider. Library Warning: All library books must be returned and all fines paid by May"23, 1958. Unfortunately, failure to do this will result in exclusion from taking finals. Secretarial Workshop To Be : FTR.ST _STTT WTT.T. Highacres: FIRST SIX WEEKS E. Lit. 2, Math 42, and Spch. 20 SECOND SIX WEEKS: E. Cmp. _< E. Cmp. 1, Math 2, Math 6, an Phys. 235. A course is also pr< posed in Integral Calculu Math 43. Anyone interested in an of the above courses should _contac the main office f...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 23 May 1958

Bravo For Our College-Community Chorus CHEERS FOR OUR FINE STUDENT SPIRIT While awards are given to a few we are all aware that the loyal co-operative student spirit at High acres is achieved by many "un sung" students and faculty. Hen are all of those who helped t< make the excellent ESPRIT DE CORPS which has made our Highacres community a grand place: Social Committee: Ted Minor Chairman, John Cappello, Frances Werpshaw, Olga Markus, George Bishop, Carol Mastroianni, Doro-;hy Melly, Rita Sappe, Gene TihanskyThomas Maxwell. Athletic Committee: Thomas Petterman, Chairman, Harry 3payde, Joseph Yemola, Andrew Sfurescko, Richard Monks, and Robert Romancheck. Recreation Committee: Betty V.nn Picek, Chairman, Pern Hugel, Jerry Wilkowski, and Robert Parions. Publicity Committee: Ted Minor, _Chairman, John Cappello, Frances Verpshaw, and John Zisek. Finance Committee: John Zisek Chairman, Ted Minor, John Cap pelloand John Penkala. Student-Faculty Board: Tei Minor, John Cap...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 19 September 1958

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 19 September 1958

PARNA S SU S Fa rnassus, HIGHACRES honor society, came into being in the school year 1951-52 as a result of the work of the faculty_' s Student Welfare committee. Five faculty members were appointed that year and the first Parnassus Outstanding Freshman and _^_ophqmore awards were presented at the _S pringr onvocation_. Parnassus now has approximately 80 members and 2 honorary members-the latter two were speahers at _iniatian dinners. _Pref esser Pearl Garbriek serves as fa culty advisor* The outstanding Freshman and Sophomore awards mentioned abate are presented at Convocation to students deserving this honor* The student body votes for ' the outstanding students, and, from the ten highest nominees, the Parnassus members vote for the two recipients, who receive a trophy and have their names engravedon a plapue in the lobby of the u ain Building. As an honor society, Parnassus recognizes students for their scholastic achievements and for active participation in organized...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 19 September 1958

" HIGHACfiES CDLLBQIAN FRESHMAN WEEK EDITION

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