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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 12 May 1960

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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 12 May 1960

C _^^ .. -J ¦» A _« . _« _.- _»»» 4 . Serving- as examiners will be Dr . _^ % » _WOQS MSSeill p . R . Coleman-Norton of Princenn _m • • W % i _t ° n > Dr . Eric A . Havelock of Har1 O KeVISIOn lOn vard , and Fr . Edwin A _ Quain , _ , .., _, ., , S . J ., of Fordham . According to Mr . There will be a three-day William V . DychS . J . director of cooling-off period between the Academy , there will be three the time a student is charged examination Periods of one-half _. _¦ . hour each , rather than four as in with a serious offense and the past years . The twelve books of ti me final disciplinary action Vergils epic poemthe Aeneid , is taken , if the changes in . the _™ u be equally divided among- the .... .. . three examination periods , each Student Council Constitution which conducted by a separate member were drawn up by the Revision of the examining . board . A fourth Committee and passed by the Coun- half . hour period will be devoted to cil last week are accepted b...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 12 May 1960

Vergilian Exam Sunday ; Scholars to Quiz Sextet SgSH ? . . • . ) i i _iUiinlllH _ i i I ill _tlnHIi _rsr _™*— _ _¦*— r ~~* *~« 0 ; _sj ~< _r- T ; fSSxl ) I . _dBlr _^^ W _^ I&i _^ K _^ ffi _^ _ 1 _^ _% _~^ * T ! r _* _*^ _- _ _^^^^^^^^^^^^ i W _^ _jmUfftt _^^ BBtt F _isJiBsSHfiMHliiiiifci- _^^ EHn _^ _aC _vBiJ _^ H _^ VERGIL TRIAL . . . Counterclockwise ; Joe Croft , Frank Figrlozzi , Tom Scheye , Henry Judy , John Felago , Dan OLeary , Mr . Dych , S . J ., Tom Lisi , Jim Wiseman , Dave Marantette , John Brough , Paul Kennerson , John Overbeck . The labors of the Vergilian Academy will come to an end this Sunday in Copley Lounge , in a public examination by three classical scholars . The program , will start at 2 : 00 p . m . under the chairmanship of David Marantette , a member of the Academy , who will introduce the panel of judges and the students .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 12 May 1960

Editorial The Food Service System Although the dissatisfaction with the food served in the dining- hall has been much less vocal in recent months , the mandatory food service system is still disliked by many students . It is , of course , obvious that the food being- served now is far more palatable than the food of five months ago . Credit for this improvement must go to Father T . Byron Collins , S . J ., who applied enough pressure on the catering concern which feeds Georgetown to cause them to remedy the old situation , to Mr . Harry Popores and his executive chef , who were sent to Georgetown from Chicago to _investi- ; gate the situation and make the necessary changes , and to Father Ryan and Mr . McAllister of the Student Council for communicating the opinion of the student body to the proper authorities . But despite the improvement in food quality , there is still dissatisfaction with the system itself , and this dissatisfaction lies in two areas . First , the fact that eat...

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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 12 May 1960

Old Custom Continues In Sodality Devotions HiB _^ K PRAYER IN MAY . . . Bob Stevens Leads Devotions . available to these new AB premeds . Continuing an old tradition at This subject , will be available for Georgetown , the Sodality of Our seniors in September , 1962 . Lady is holding its annual May DeThe question may arise as to votions in honor of the Blessed Virwhich premedical course gives a . . . n . . better preparation for medical « m The devotions , winch are held school . Mr . Quinn answers this ln front of Copley each weekday question as follows : noon , have been a part of the The choice of course depends Georgetown tradition since 1830 entirely upon where the individuals tastes lie . As far as adequate The exercise begins with the preparation is concerned , all three Litany of Loretto , includes a short courses give more than the mini- speech , and ends with the Memormum sciences required by medical . sen ols are . The speakers are chosen from Next year the AB ( Classical...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 12 May 1960

were graduated with honors , one summa cum laude and 10 cum laude . Seven received fellowships and scholarships , including- two Root-Tilden Fellowships and one Adenauer Scholarship . One was elected to give the Cohonguroton Oration . Fourteen are attending law school ( at Georgetown , Harvard , NYU , Columbia , Cincinnati , Pennsylvania , Virginia ) . Of the two at Harvard , one is on the editorial board of the Harvard Law Review ; the other is not yet eligible . Eight more went to graduate schools and two to business schools . Three are teachers , six are in military servicethe rest are in business . I say that the high proportion of graduation honors , the number of scholarships , the caliber of graduate and professional schools to which well over half of these graduates have been admitted are surely a tribute to them and to their entire academic program . I do not see how it can be argued that they would have done any better had they not gone to Georgetown-at-Fribourg . And this...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 12 May 1960

( Continued from Page ) choose their major . Until now this advantage was not available to them . The Administration has also made available a third _premedical course , AB ( without . Latin ) . This course differs from the premedical AB ( Classical ) in that two years of Latin are not required . • The requirements of this course are , according to Mr . Quinn , in accordance ¦ with . the criteria set up last year by Father Provincial in the method of granting AB degrees without Latin . This course offers a great increase in the choice of majors as compared to the other AB premed course which offers only philosophy or the premedical sciences as majors . This new course offers economics , English , government , fine arts , and history , as well as philosophy and the premedical sciences . The minimum requirements for all AB courses without Latin are the regular philosophy sequence , one year of math , one year of science , two years of social sciences , two years of English , and the u...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 12 May 1960

Yates On Fribourg To The Editor : Rumors at Georgetown grow faster than Jacks famous Beanstalk and it is often very difficult to cut them down . Some statements about Georgetown-at-Fribourg have lately come to my attention , which I prefer to treat as mere rumor , and which I would like to correct through your columns . First rumor : The academic program is inferior . If this is so it should have a harmful effect on students in their senior year and after . Here are some hard facts : 39 Georgetown students who made their junior year at Fribourg have been graduated up to now . There has been one failure in one course , due to an over-cut , in 1957 . Eleven

Publication Title: Hoya
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 12 May 1960

Published by the students of Georgetown College every Thursday during the college year except for vacation and examination periods . Subscription rate , $ 6 . 50 per year . First class postage paid at Washington , D . C . Vol . XLI , No . 24 Thursday , May 12 , 1960

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 12 May 1960
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 12 May 1960

Council Capers by Bill Gargaro Council Capers , for the information of all uninterested bysitters is usually written on Sunday morning-, just before I wake up . And this Sunday morning really fits the mood of the column . Outside it s dark and rainy and there s hurricane and heartbreak everywhere . Captain Horatio Hornblower wouldnt go out in weather like this . Wednesday evening marked the last regular Student Council meeting , and this issue of the HOYA , as Mr . Kullen announced , is final for the year . So everybody s sad , and I m sad , but Ill try to keep it brief and not get sloppy if possible . The closing ceremony was such a very long one . They stopped four times to extend the meeting , and twice to rewind the clock . I m not fooling , the Student Council didnt break up until three a . m . Your loyal reporter broke up at 12 : 30 . Their subject matter consisted mostly of the revision suggestions advanced by John Colemans committee . I wont bore you with the details now , I...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 12 May 1960

At press-time , a clash be-t-ween vocalists and musicians appears to threaten the Hilltop s horizon . Both the Glee Club and the University Band have scheduled their annua concerts on the same night . The Glee Club has reserved Gaston Hall while the Band will play in Trinitj Auditorium . The next activity of the Glee Club will be a joint concert with the Mary Washington College in Gaston Hall this Sunday , May 15 , at 8 : 00 . Each club will sing several songs individually and then combine to sing Bach s Cantate No . 50 and the Plorate filii Israel by Carissimi . Admission will be fifty cents . The Annual Band Concert is also on the planning board for Sunday , May 15 , at 8 : 00 p . m . in the Holy Trinity Auditorium . Only a few final arrangements remain to be completed . The program for the concert boasts a wide variety of selections ; Three Blind Mice Symphony ( a novelty number ) , Latin Escapada , Mississippi Suite , Dvoraks New World Symphony , and Ravel s Bolero . The Collegi...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 12 May 1960

Jesters At Chapel And Varied Games Provide Picnic Fun This Saturday , May 14 , has been slated for the annual University picnic . Chapel Point Beach , Chapel Point , Maryland , the spot , is a beautiful , spacious area on the Chesapeake Bay ideally suited for a picnic . The time is from 1 to 5 p . m ., and in the words of Pat Nugent , committee chairman , All _ai-rangements have been made with just one thing 1 in mind—fun . Included on the agenda for the $ 1 fee per person are a Limbo Contest with prizes , a seniorfaculty Softball game , and if conditions permit , a frisby contest . Dancing ¦ will be on the pavilion to the music of rock and roller Walt Smith and the Jesters . Free food , beer at $ . 20 per schooner , and slot machines for the interested completes the program . Other members of the committee who have organized the program are : Ed Bingham , Jack Field , Tom Harvey , J . C . Healy , Bob Markee , Charlie Mueller and Bill Wallace . Again in Nugents words , the iress is ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 12 May 1960

Mew Tuition Plan Announced Beginning next September , the equally divide the principal into Tuition Plan , a means of paying eighths and add a four per cent _, tuition on the installment plan , charge . The two year plan consists will replace the Deferred Payment of twenty monthly payments plus Plan at Georgetown six per cent ., and the four year Presently , under the Deferred P lan of forty consecutive payments Payment Plan , if the fees are not P lus slx _*> er cent _- paid at registration , payment is The Tuition Plan covers tuition met at three specified dates during and other major fees included in the semester for a charge of $ 10 . the catalogue , and such as room The new Tuition Plan offers a and board . larger scale system of payments . Parent Life Insurance is also inTuition can be paid under any of eluded in the two , three , and four four plans , the one , two , three , year plans at no additional cost _, and four year plans . Under these If a qualified parent...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 12 May 1960

ROTC Maneuvers Into New Courses The Army and Air ROTC units at Georgetown have announced unprecedented changes in their curriculum . Effective next year , ROTC students will have the opportunity to take an extra , regular scholastic course offered by their respective college in place of the military course . ARMY Lit . Colonel Louis H . Ressijac made official , after a meeting Monday with Reverend Brian A . McGrath , S . J ., vice-president of the University , the following change : Our modified curriculum will allow those students in the advance course of Army ROTC to substitute a three credit elective academic course in one of the following areas : effective communication , science comprehension , general psychology , political development , and political institutions . The basic course for freshmen and sophomores will remain the same . Colonel Ressijac also pointed out that the change was made for the benefit of the University and the student , and that there would be no ( Contin...

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