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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 5 December 1958

_Oreat B3ok«? . ¦ . ' ¦¦ An Esss_^ on _Htaaaa _UMerstasadlng X_®ek0 aJ BsxteXeysg Complete iVbxfca Fzftaar _*4oCo B_©_st Know* .Works-of Voltaire . ¦ The History of, _Tobi J©oes _Fieldljag _Tlie Wealth of _Natiooe _Sesith _^_Adaa GttXlt?©_r _' s Travels . _Swift _^J_*_- The _Incline a»d fall of the Bonsai _Empirs ¦ ¦ . _Gibbsl%Eo Tho Feisralis-I; _GosBientaiy on the Constitution of the UoSo _Eatailtoa ' & Jaj l%e Social _Oontract ' Bousa$au_4J<» Critique of _Pua_© Reason • Kaata_,! Sl._ejaeats of _OhQsdstxy ¦ ' ¦ Xavoisie_^AoLo _Efclenea of Logie - Kegel 9 0»W«Fo _Priatbiplss of Morals and _Legislatioa Eeaifias _^ J - System of Logic ' Mill_^JoSo ' ?_aij£_^r fair _9 _fe_¥_el s1_Si8 _Wido_^ar Thacfosra_^_WoM_* Capitalistic _Oircalatioa Masss_^ Ko Baizae_^s Worte Bleak House . ¦ _Blckene _^ _Co Madame _^tsi-j PlawbartjO Wai? _aad Bsace _; . _folstoj_^Lo , Grime and _Puaiahemit I!ostt?l€_^ui€3_M »Po _Chamical _Pfeilosopte/ Balte»a Jo ' The _laaiytilcal Theory of He...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 5 December 1958

COLLEGE COMMUNITY CHORUS • The first of two concerts' to be presented by the College Community Chorus will be held Sunday, December 7 _» 1958_, 8 p.m. at the T 'r est Hazleton Trinity Lutheran Church, 5th and Green Streets * The first half of the program will consist of several selections from J«S, _-> Bach's "Christmas Oratorio." The soloists are!-Mrs * Mary Ann Bigelow, Miss Bette Kulig, Mr. Leroy Hinkle, and Rev, Brian Fetterman. In the second half of the program the chorus will present the regions first public performance of Banjanin Britjberi% "A Ceremony of Carols * " The chorus will begin with Britten's "Procession" and end with his ¦_"•Re-aassknJl There is nothing obstruse about the musicj the style is clear, vigorous and picturesque-even in the more meditative carols. Tho vrordff in most of the numbers are written and will be sung in Middle English, The soloists in "A Ceremony of Carols" by Banjamin Britten ares Miss Bette Kulig, Miss Margaret Lloyd and Mr* Ler...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 5 December 1958

X-RAY IS PENN STATE REQUIREMENT _UNIit TO BE HERE _11IEDNESDAY _"' Once during the college career of each student at Penn State, his chest x-ray must be taken.. It is not required , but it is suggedtfid that this x-ray be taken in the freshman year * Of course, If Sophomore students would like to have an y-ray taken even though they had one 'oaken in their freshman year , they can do so, but medical authorities no longer suggest yearly x-rays as strongly as they once did* _Tfca opportunity to get that required i x-ray is near at hand * Wednesday, Dec. 10, from 1 to 4. PM an x-ray turrit will be here, at HIGHACRES, in front of South Hall. Cards for every student and faculty member will be pre-typed and ready for use* Mrs<> K_« _reqvssts that all students intending to have their chest x-rays taken present themselves at the unit promptly between 1 and 4- PB of the day mentioned above ; for the unit operates on a tight schedule and must leave at 4»

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 5 December 1958

_^ _^^ _^^ _^ _^ _^_v _^i* _^^ -¦* _^_V _^ r _V_^ _^_V _^_f _^_W _^ f V_^ ^~ _r_^^ COLLEGE ARTS TO PRESENT FILM "DEATH OF A SALESMAN" This _19J>1 procTucflon , _exhicatingnan uncompromising boldness and originality rare in American films, is to be presented here , in the SUB December 15 at £? * .S0 PM. This film is a fine _dsanatic offering filled with sr.per.ior performances, absorbing story _content and excellent direction. Though it certaiiJ.y cannot be called pleasant entertainment, it is a film that will leave its audience exhausted from ph_' .ieT emotional impact* The story of a saleoitan, obsessed with pretentlons of being a "Big Manj' though he is really a _s failure, it develops an almost claus"tro_~ 'p hobic sense of pressure and _strain, P_%.i-VicnXar*J.y in t>he sequences of haJ Z .iud .iifvtl. ' _iua4

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 5 December 1958

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 5 December 1958

CHALLENGE PROBLEM No.II A prime number is an integer that iff divisible only by itself and unity. Thus 5 is a prime , but 6=2x3 _$k not. ¦ t. Prove that there are an infinite _number of primes P of the formi _PwN2 + 1 2 2 For example, 5 r2 *1, 17 =4 _f 1 > ets_» Rewards 6ne complete set of the Encyclopedia Brittannica_. Leave solution in mail box of, or communicate to, Prof * A. Hersehfeld. #_,#,#,# . * _,_#¦ ,_# »_#.# « # , # . #.## # « #_o# . # « # # # . # POEMS * «**...* .POEMS .POEMS 0 Prisca Stiles E M Some will wake S Taut most will sleep . We never learn « We only weep * * POST NO BILLS # Tco full of tears for crying pr isca too full of deaths to die Stiles and if the world burn Ground and thru What care It what care I? #. # • #, *• ?•* . # • #• ? • *• *»*• ? • *•? • ?• *• *»* I've never been loved. ty But , ea ch day, Hastings I go my way, ' Quickly, Quielly, Surely. 1/hen all is still, Yilhen night is quiet, I again, Lose myself In the deep black bowels Of th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 5 December 1958

WILKES CLUB INVITES HIGHACRES STUDENTS TQ DANCE The Psychology-Sociology Club and the History Club cf Wilkes College has cQJFdiiUy invited our students to attend their second annual Robert Holly Hop. I; v will be held in Wilkes College gymnasium on December 5* There will be sontinous dancing from 9—12_« Music will be provided by the "Blue Notes ," a six-piece orchestra. The dance will feature "low overhead" with admission set at only 50 cents* So ego and enjoy yourself. Refreshments will be served * There will be- surprise entertainment*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 5 December 1958

HIGHACRES COLLEGIAN . . FRIDAY_* DECEMBER 5» .1958

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 5 December 1958

BIG JIM CATALDO REPORTS INTRAMURAL _BASKETBALL The Bootleggers and Rebels chalked up victories In the Intramural League games played at Arthur Street November 20# The _Bootleggers coasted to a 64-47 win over the Vets. Bettlne and Rodzewich Lead the Boozers with 2J+ and 22 respectively* High man for the Vets was McKiniry with 26. The Rebels didn't have such an easy time as the game was contested right down to the wire* The _winners were paced by Casari and Milne who combined for 33 points* The best man for Berwick was Brugger with 17* #,,#, # ># # # _* ## # _# * * ? # • # , # « # • * . # _# ¦ # ¦ . ? . * «?. . * * ¥, * ATTEND THE * _* * * BASKETBALL * * * %¦ GAMES * _* * * AT * * * * ARTHUR STREET GYM * _* * _* ON * _* * * THUXSE.KC*** » * _* * _* *

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 5 December 1958

THE HIGHACKES _JAZ3 _BAJID Tommy Clatch ' he school had & sample of v;hat our lowly organized ,1-jzc band con :ic lest _ndnosday nightat the Thanksgiving once, _iV_.r_» _I'cKinstry, ;: cool trombonist, is the advisor of this unique ( for IIGHAGRES) arganiiation. The organization iow consists of 4 saxes2 trumpets, 2 .rombones, drums,, and piano; but more 'layers are still welcome. $q% only are aey welcome _^ they are really needed* The band now has only 35 arrangements, but 15 more are expected from our student government soon, A really amazing note is that this group _hsld only four rehearsals, lasting from 3 to 4- hours apiece. Their excellent playing must be attributed to the real enthusiasm that sparks the organization_. From the comments heard at the dance, we believe that the combo that played during the breaks was even better liked than the band itself. We are confidant that the band will sound better and better as time rolls on. Lets all give it as much suppor...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 5 December 1958

SUB COMING ALONG As you probably have noticedour SUB is slowly filling with furnishings and becoming more livable. The West Hazleton Lions Club donated $100000 toward the purchase of furniture for the 1st floor lounge. This, of course, is not enough cash to cover the complete cost of furnishings, but money frftm University sources has been added and the furniture is on the way* The Hi-Fidelity in the corner music room was an anonymous gift. A record library is is plannedbut before it is begun, students may bring their own records in to listen to them between classes• _Braperies for all the windows in the finished rooms of the building have been ordered, A large set of dishes has been donated by Mrs, Buckley, one of our neighbors» Recreational equipement has been ordered for the unfinished 1st floor room, STAFF- T. Brown N_* Bfadney, J. Cappello_, J, Cataldo, T, Clatch, A« Hinger _* M. Houser J* McCullough, 0# Markus, T# MaxwellP. MillerR. MullinsB_, Pace, H. Richard, P. Stiles...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 5 December 1958

HIGHACRES COLLEGIAN FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5j 1958

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 5 December 1958

UNIVERSITY CREDIT IN HIGH SCHOOLS IN CON_^_alxuff Stoiws ft Conn «^ (I. P\» V- The University of Conneticut_' s plan for superior State high sehool students is paying dividends * the direetor of the program, whleh is now entesdng its fourth year_^gaMj_^_jaJflsa _&±gh _school _ertwdetrts have been taking university-level courses at their local schools, sometimes 1b addition to their regular academic load# Raymond W* Houghton, of the School of Educationwho currently directs the cooperative venturepointed out that 4-06 high school students have already earned university-credit _siJhoe the program ' s Inception in 1955* Of this number, 195 earned their credits last year. Eleven high schools across the State are participating* Interest in the program has grown rapidly from the outsetMr* Houghton observed* Seventy-six received credits during the inaugural yearj 115 were enrolled In the program during 19S6-57J and 195 participated last year* Of the flrstr-year group of 7663...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 5 December 1958

NEW TEACHER CERTIFICATION PLAN AT U, OF WISCONSIN Madison »Wis. -( I.P.)- The University of Wisconsin School of Education has come up with a plan that may revolutionize requirements for teacher certification in the state* "To put it simply, we plan to recommend students for teacher certification on the basis of what they know and can do—to measure their general knowledge and scholarship and their teaching ability—rather than to require specific information that may be contained in any particular course," Dean Lindley J_» Stiles reveals* As an alternate to the present plan for certifying _tearshers, which requires - specific courses in a more or less inflexable pattern, the student or teacher may choose to prove by examination that he has mastered the required material in three areass liberal or general education * the subject field he plans to teach, and the learning process. On passing the exams he becomes elegille to demonstrate his ability to teach* "With the blessing of th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 5 December 1958

HIGHACRES COLLEGIAN ,,,..,. ¦ _^ _^ FI_^AY _, DECEMBER 5» 195_&

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 5 December 1958

MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS HAVE PLACE IN COLLEGES Cambrid ge _^ Mass«-(l<,P.) Mental health programs—involving both counseling and psychiatric services—have a definite place in college and university programs, but only if they have the solid backing of the institutions ' administrations • This opinion is offered by Dr. Dana L. farnsworth, M.D., Director of the University Health Services at Harvard University, in his book, "Mental Health in College and University" which has been published by the Harvard University Press. ouch programs, Dr. Farnsworth also cites, should have the confidence of students and the understanding support of their parents. He defines mental health as 'that general state of mind in which one is free to make use of his natural capacities in an effective and satisfying manner." Viewed in $uch a light, Dr. Farnsworth writes that the ideal academic mentalhealth plan "must of necessity keep in mind the management of complicated and severe illnesses, but to...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 5 December 1958

SELF-STUDY PLAN Jackson, Miss_»-(l.P.) Jackson State College has initiated a self-study plan to include all aspects of its program, according to a report submitted by Dean H;- T. Sampson. The main purpose of this study is to find out how the administration may increase the intellectual activity of its student body and faculty* Some phases of the study areJ l.The Nature of the Student Body« 2»The Curriculum 3.The Methods of Instruction 4-_«The Cultural Environment of the College. Committees have been established under each aspect of the study. In general, these committees will (l) define and clarify each aspect of the study, (2) seek facts pertaining to the situations under the study, ( 3) find out through a search of literature and a survey of other colleges what is being done about similar problems as revealed by the facts here, and (A) make interpretation of the facts collected and attempt to frame some recommendations for improvement of the total program of the College. Som...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 5 December 1958

HIGH ACRES COLLEGIAN _, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1958

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 5 December 1958

ffi. M?_?I. IMPRESSIONISM by Joseph C. Sloane What is Impressionism? This seemingly elementary question 16 not _i perhaps, quite so simple to answer as might be imagined. Ihile the term has become part of the common usage of ax ' :. criticism and much has been written on its history and its technique, the _essence of the matter remains elusive. A similar fate has overtaken the word -Renaissance," which was used with far easier confidence a generation or two ago than it is now. We are not quite sure when the Renaissance began, or even when it ended * With more or less r-na-nimity we speak of the " art of the Renaissance," but our thought is far frrsjii precise. Perhaps we know too much about it all to make such comfortable _classifications as used to be popular» The evolutionary complexities of any period of art, or of society generally, once they are understood with some thoroughness, make easy boundaries difficult and generalizations hazardous * This is particularly the case ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 5 December 1958

HIGHACRES COLLEGIAN .. . FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1958.

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