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Sodality Plans New Workshop [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1961

Sodality Plans New Workshop The Freshman Sodality Group of Newton College of the Sacred Heart has invited Dr. Richard Westley, professor of Philosophy and Theology at Barat College in Chicago, to direct a spiritual workshop on campus from February 17th to 19 th. One hundred and ten students have registered for this weekend seiies of informal discussions. In the past, students have enjoyed and derived great benefit from this type of devotional workshop which is so designed that active participants may reach a deeper understanding and more concrete application of Catholic doctrines. Dr. Westley, who has had much experience with such workshops, will conduct six conferences in Hardey Lounge. After each conference, smaller groups will meet for further discussion.

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Art Authority Speaks on Rouault As He Knew Him [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1961

Art Authority Speaks on Rouault As He Knew Him On February Ist, at the invitation of the Literary and Art Clubs. Mr. J. B. Neumann, New York art dealer and lecturer, spoke at Newton on the painting's of George Rouault. Mr. Neumann tcld the audience that he especially enjoyed lecturing on Rouault, one of the great French modern painters, for he had knowin him personally during thirty years and had been instrumental in introducing his work to America. After giving a brief introduction 011 modern art, Mr. Neumann showed slides of Rouault's paintings and lithographs, featuring those of the painter's favorite subjects: dramatic figures of Christ, and compassionate and worldweary clowns. Stressing the love and deep religious emotion expressed in the paintings, Mr. Neumann said, "It is not the story . . . but the way he introduces things." This was not an analytic lecture but a.n aesthetic one. Mr. Neumann's closeness to the subject and his warm enthusiasm created an atmosphere tense with ...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Junior Weekend: A World Tour [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1961

Junior Weekend: A World Tour On February 10th, 11th, and 12th, the Junior Class conducted a gala tour "Around the World". Friday nieht festivities were held at Sidney Hills Country Club in Chestnut Hill. After presenting their tickets in the form of passports, the passengers embarked upon their journey. The ports of call included a plush English night spot, romantic South Sea paradise, a gay Bavarian Hofbrau and the magical Orient. Many of the globe trotters wore costumes representative of the .nations visited. The Grand Ballroom of the Sheraton Plaza provided an appropriate setting for Saturday evening's stopover at the Versailles Ball. The decor of the Ballroom and the elegant terrace in the center of the dance floor created iiLL aliiiuspliert; decidedly French. Guy Stevens and his orchestra played from eight o'clock to midnight. Immediately after the formal Ball, the Junior Class sponsored a breakfast party which was also held at the Sheraton Plaza. On Su.nday afternoon, the trav...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Glee Club Schedule Two Joint Concerts [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1961

Glee Club Schedule Two Joint Concerts The Newton College Glee Club, under the direction of Mr. C. Alexander Peloquin, is busy preparing two scheduled concerts. On February 21st, Newton, with the Boston College Glee Club, will hold its most important concert at the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence. The Faure Requiem and Polevetzian Dances will be featured. The proceeds of this concert, which is being sponsored by Convent of the Sacred Heart, Elmhurst, will contribute to the Elmhurst Building Fund for the new school in Portsmouth. The tickets, which include bus transportation, are on sale in the dining room for $1.50. On February 25th, the Newton College and Holy Cross Glee Clubs will entertain for Father-Daughter Weekend. The joint concert, which will take place in the Quojiset after the Father-Daughter dinner, will feature My Fair Lady.

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
He Had Promises . . . [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1961

He Had Promises . . . Certainly, Dr. Dooley needs no introduction. Wo all know ol his selfless and untiring devotion to the people ol Laos. Few healthy men would have tolerated the adverse conditions imposed by the poverty of the country and the hatred of the Communists. Rut Tom Dooly, who knew he was dying of cancer, returned again and again because tin* people ol Laos were "his people, and they needed him. About a month before he died. Dr. Dooley wrote a letter to Father Hesburgh, president of Notre Dame, Dooley's Alma Mater. In that letter he said: "How do people endure anything on earth if they cannot have G-od?" This should explain how Join Dooley endured the hardships like those ol a missionary, and why he was so determined to walk those many miles to bring relief both physical and spiritual — to the natives of Laos. Here was one man, devoting his life, not to preaching Christianity, but to continuing the work of Christ's charity 011 earth. He was one man in a strife-torn coun...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
A Paradox? [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1961

A Paradox? Lent is a time of sacrifice, and sacrifice, 110 matter how insignificant, implies the relinquishing of freedom, the surrendering of personal liberties to restriction. But what would become of us if we lived without restrictions, even without the little bothersome ones that come with Lent? Whether or not we agree with Dr. Schlesinger's political views, we must accept a basic fact he pointed out: that too much freedom and absence of law can lead to anarchy, and an anarchical society is weak, easily submitting to corruption. As individuals we are subject to the same laws which govern society, but 011 a personal scale: our laws can be self-imposed. Self-discipline strengthens us against temptation; without command over ourselves we are weak. What is even more important, our sacrifices and discipline have greater value when they are performed for a higher motive — and what can be greater and more rewarding than the Lenten motive of love? Lent makes us more free, for by combati...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1961
Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
The Lighter Side [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1961

The Lighter Side Indeed, the behavior of the various candy and coke machines prompt one to suspect that these hulks of metal are animated by diabolical spirits hiding' deep within their man-made frames. Have you ever noticed? When a coke machine flashes its innocuous DO NOT DEPOSIT QUARTERS sign, it makes no statement as to what will happen if you deposit a dime. So you deposit a dime; nothing happens, of course. You press down feverishly on the "coin return" lever (Liste,n to your measly silver tinkle back into your tarnished hand.) This time you insert two nickles; again nothing' happens. So you kick (and are blamed for the machine's breakdown). This, of course, is a purely hypothetical incident; when a DO NOT DEPOSIT QUARTERS sign flashes you have 110 nickles and dimes; you only have quarters. But to come to a more concrete situation; why is it that in early morning, when you really need a good hot cup of coffee, the cup (if you get any cup at all) tips inside the glass door and ...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Among Ourselves [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1961

Among Ourselves Engagements: Suzanne Harding '61 to William B. O'Connor, member of the class of '61 at Princeton. Jane Gillespie '59 to Augustus John Steinthal, Columbia '58, now a Lieutenant in the Navy. A summer wedding is planned. Janet Neville '61 to William M. Flanagan, Providence '56. An August wedding is planned. Martha Carpenter. '62 to Frederick Armstrong, St. Michael's '60, now with New England Mutual Insurance. The couple plan to be married August 19th. Judy Thompson '61 to David Collins, Notre Dame '56 a.nd Harvard Law School '59. Ann Thomason '61 to Francis Carlyle Oatway, a '60 graduate of Boston College.

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
885 [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1961

885 NEWTON COLLEGE OF THE SACRED HEART NEWTON, MASSACHUSETTS Published six times a year by the students of Newton College Barbara Schroetter '62 - Editor-in-chief Elaine Flaherty '62 - Managing Editor Anita Hennessy '61 - Associate Editor Julie Halleran '61 - Business Manager Mary Ellen McShane '62 - Assistant Business Manager Kathie O'Shea '61 - Circulation Manager Kay Kearney '63 - Assistant Circulation Manager News Staff: M. Boyle, M. Burns. P. Cook. N. Crowell. M. L. Dillon, R. Drew, L. Gray. P. Hitcbins, A. McCracken, J. Pizzarello. M. Smith, Reporters: M. Conley, M. L. Cunningham, S. Lawlor, K. Shuman. M. Springer. Business Staff: C. Chesterton, M. Clancy, B. Lynch, J. Miele. A. Sinnott. Vol. IX February, 1961 No. 4

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
The Other Side [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1961

The Other Side "If it weren't trouble, it wouldn't be fun." Degas found this out a hundred years ago in the delight of shimmering forms which climaxed months of sketching. And yet fun was not something he appeared to crave. In fact, his friends, accustomed to his sour reactions, might have been surprised at this remark had they not looked at the serenity of his paintings. There they would have discovered the detachment and sparkling superficiality which gave him joy. The young painter of this century seems to have a more anguished view. To judge by the recent art convention in Minneapolis he is a very "existential," fearful creature. When his wan face pokes out of a beard to struggle with words instead of paint, he speaks of the anti-social, non-intellectual, unstructured quality of his work. He talks of a leap, a crisis, an involvement. Energy becomes for him so explicit that the act of painting appears more important than the painting itself. He works large so that size may be par...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Saints Are Consistent [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1961

Saints Are Consistent Mother Maguire's book. Saint Madeleine Sophie Barat, is both a biography of the Saint and a history of the foundation of the Society of the Sacred Heart. I.n two hundred fourteen short pages we travel with breath-taking speed from the Saint's childhood to her death at eighty-five. When she died, the Society she founded had over eighty houses in Europe and the Americas. Mother Maguire begins her book by saying that consistency is one of the main qualities Aristotle demanded for a successful character. Saints, above all, are consistent Christians. Therefore, she concludes, "Saints' lives (unless the biographer is dull) make good stories." Though Mother Maguire concentrates on facts and pauses only here and there for a brief but comprehensive comment or observation, she has made the spirit of the Saint and her Society pervade the book and give it unity. Madeleine Sophie Barat founded the Society for the glory of the Heart of Christ. She emphasized His great love, ...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 2 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1961
Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1961

885 congratulates Mary Stehling our representative in the Glamour "Best Dressed" Contest

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
ANATOMY OF A DORMITORY : STUART HOUSE The Oldest Dormitory . . . [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1961

ANATOMY OF A DORMITORY : STUART HOUSE The Oldest Dormitory . . . "Where are you going to room this semester?" "Stuart." "Oh! What a pity!" Yes, for some at Newton the prospect of living in Stuait is a gloomy one; yet strangly enough, for the majority of us who live within her walls, Stuart offers a life of comfort, luxury, and ease, unequalled anywhere else on the campus: the luxury of staying in bed till 8:40 every morning and still making class on time, of a T.V. smoker just around the corner, instead of downstairs. What is perhaps most enticing is that residents of Stuart need not brave wind a.nd ice and snow all winter long if we do not wish to. Stuart House was named for Mother Janet Erskine Stuart R.S.C.J., Superior General of the Society of the Sacred Heart from 1911 until her death in 1914 and originally a convert to the Faith. The story of Mother Stuart's conversion, her decision to enter the religious life and the adventure, hardship, zeal and devotion characteristic of he...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
... Has Newest Improvements [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1961

... Has Newest Improvements Stuart has recently undergone a series of changes to meet the needs of the increasing faculty and student body. A .new faculty study is located on the first floor. Formerly a student smoker, the large well-lighted room has been redecorated, and desks and bookshelves provided for the use of the faculty. Because of this change, students have been given permission to smoke in the second floor corridor during class hours. To facilitate the expanding biology department, a spacious laboratory has been built i.n a more convenient location in Stuart. New equipment has been installed a.nd a section provided to house the animals used in experiments, in rooms which were formerly the faculty study and studejit post office. The old laboratory on the lower campus will be converted into a garage for the caretakers' equipment. The new post office is situated in a less congested area near the College Shop. Boxes with combination locks are installed in the walls, and the r...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
WITTY REMARKS LIGHTEN DEBATE [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1961

WITTY REMARKS LIGHTEN DEBATE Thomas H. D. Mahoney of MIT said when introducing the contestants: "Someone said it would be a cold day when Jack Kennedy became president; and it was. You might say we are in for a warm night tonight." And it was. Mr. Schlesi.nger began by saying he had spent an evening — "what seemed like an afternoon and eve.ning" — preparing for the debate by watching the film "Sparticus." Mr. Schlesinger believes the totalitarian state comes about "when the central government declines to accept responsibility." Only when the welfare state begins to curb the expression of opinion is it in danger, he said, of moving toward the totalitarian state. "Mr. Buckley," he said, "does not have to meet his friends underground." He was "quite sure that the National Review would go right on expressing opinions on the opposing policy." "The right to criticise," he said, "is limited only by the restraint of civility." Mr. Buckley began by announcing "I should have thought equality ...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Freshmen Elect Class Officers [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1961

Freshmen Elect Class Officers The completion of Freshman elections on Thursday, January 26th, saw Carolyn Davis as President, Deanna Zugger as Vice-pre-sideint, Mary Lou Cunningham as Secretary, and Janet Regan as Treasurer. Outside activities both in high school and at Newton show the new officers' leadership qualities. Carolyn, a native Philadelphiain and graduate of the Academy of the Sacred Heart, Overbrook, was President of her class for three years and head of Student Government. Her membership i.n Sodality has continued into her college career. Deanna, who lives in Pittsburgh, attended Holy Angels Academy in Buffalo, New York, and Mt. Mercy in Pittsburgh. Her offices in high school included being Presi- dent and Vice-president of her class, Student Council Representative, and President of the Mission Club. This year, she has the honor of singing' with the Newtones. Mary Lou lives in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, and attended Georgetown Visitation in Washington, D.C., where she was...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Counseling Course Offers Experience [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1961

Counseling Course Offers Experience Approximately twenty students are currently enrolled i.n "Adjustment Counseling," a jiew course which provides practical experience in counseling and casework. These students, most of them psychology or sociology majors, will go to the Catholic Youth Adjustment Counseling Center in Charlestown every Thursday afternoon. Here they will work under the direction of Dr. Bernard Henken, head psychologist of the center, and Father Leonard Murphy, founder of this organization, as well as of Rescue Incorporated. They will be dealing with delinXT' nnVi otllflont Will 1"»P assigned a specific case which she will follow up and eventually report on. The texts used for the course are Lend Me Your Hands, by Bernard Meyer, M.M., which gives a spiritual outlook on the task of the counselor, and The Psychiatric Interview, by Harry Stack Sullivan, which reviews the techniques of the counselor. ,

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1961

A tense audience listens to controversial issues discussed by Schlesinger and Buckley, at the debate held in Newton's crowded Badenhausen Assembly Hall.

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