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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 24 April 1959

"Sadness" Hank A sad heart at the break of day An empty soul that _xvants to cry I wish I knew why I' m th i s way Oh , why? My heart would like to soar and wing in the ice-blue sky * My soul would like to shout and sing • Oh, why? Life is so dreary, sad and. blue With conflicts mounting high I never know what I should do ¦Jh , Why? The following poem, written by John _Waayo, is an example of some of the fine pieces of poetry written by students at Highacres. We welcome " contributions like this?

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Picture [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 24 April 1959
Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 25 May 1959

Hazleton Campus Observes Its 25th Year PSU'S First Undergraduate Center Originated As Four Borrowed Rooms in 1934 —Just 25 Years Ago For the part twenlty-five years The Pennsylvania State University's Hazleton Campus has served to meet the educaiionail and cultural needs of Hazleton and its surrounding area. This hilltop campus, whose fresh mountain air stimulates and invigorates the minds and bodies of its students, has a beautiful landscape. Its charm consists of a command of the picturesque Conyngham Valley with an exquisite panorama of trees, of patchquilt fields, and of luxuriant foliage that attracts the eyes of many spectators and tourists. NEW STUDENT UNION BUILDING added to Highacres Campus ing-. This efficiently organized campus, now a permanent community institution, originated as four borrowed rooms in the Markle Bank Building in 1934. Hazleton was the first community of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to apply for and succeed in establishing an Undergraduate ...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 25 May 1959

FRANBC C. KOSTOS NAMED DIRECTOR OF LOCAL CAMPUS Appointment of Frank C. Kostos as director of the Hazleton Campus of the Pennsylvania State University was announced recently at University Park by President Eric A. Walker. (Until this appointment, Kostos was administrative head of the local campus, a title which no longer will be used.) President Walker represented the appointment which became effective April 29, 1959, as the first step in an organizational change designed to bring the academic and financial operations of the University's fourteen urban area centers into closer alignment with the University Park campus. Personal Representative In his new position, Kostos will serve as Walker's personal representative in this area, will be responsible for administering the affairs of the University on the Hazleton Campus, and will pursue these objectives in consultation with his Advisory Board, the academic deans and general officers of the University. West Hazleton Lions, tre...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 25 May 1959

PRESIDENT WALKER SENDS BEST WISHES TO HIGHACRES Calls Campuses Important Academic Outposts President Eric A. Walker looks upon the Pennsylvania State University's two-year campuses as "important academic outposts of the University's total educational program" which the Commonwealth might profitably utilize to "erect a .collegiate system for meeting its future educational needs. He so envisioned the role of the University's newly-integrated System of Commonwealth Campuses, the Hazleton Campus included, at a dinner May 14, 1959, attended by representatives from each of the University's 14 campuses and centers. Representing the Hazleton Campus were Frank C. Kostos, who directs the Hazleton operation, and Roland E. Edmunds, president of the Hazleton Advisory Board. "Under the new policy," President Walker explained, "the authority and responsibility of the director will be broadened and deepened so that he might serve essentially in the same capacity as the dean of a college. This...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 25 May 1959

Highacres Campus Alumni Association Formed For some time, there has been considerable interest in establishing an alumni association to serve the students of Highacres Campus. Special interest was shown by the graduates and students of the Associate Degree Program, among others. Recently, a student-faculty committee was formed to promote such an organization for all past and present students, regardless of their curriculum. It was learned that students who have studied at the Hazleton Campus are _enthusiastic about *:his development. Some of them are working nearby; others are in remote parts of the United States. Whether near or far, for them Highacres persists in being memorable; their feelings reflect the loyalty and sentiments that are associated with one's Alma Mater. They look back to their friendships and experiences gained here during their early formative college years, be it in the terminal Associate Degree curriculum or the Baccalaureate. They continue to be interes...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 25 May 1959

HIGHACRES VERSATILE FACULTY ARE ACTIVE IN MANY FIELDS Highacres can boast of a versatile faculty who are active professionally in their own fields of teaching as well as in other subjects. James Steel, Assistant Professoi of Botany, is well-informed in Egyptology and also on railroads, In addition, he is an authority in music. Recently, he gave a concert of recordings, featuring unusual works by modern European composers. He sometimes composes. John Barnes, Engineering Instructor, is a professional artist also. George Nelson, Assistant Professor of Engineering, is a practicing architectural engineer and consultant in blasting effects. In this latter capacity, he is called as an expert witness in court cases all over the country. MR. FRANK KOSTOS Andrew Kafka, Assistant Professor of English, has been appointed to the State English Committee of the Department of Public Instruction, Harrisburg. As chairman of the subcommittee on College Preparatory English, he attends occasio...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 25 May 1959

CONGRATULATIONS, HIGHACRES, FROM OUR CAMPUS STAFF The Staff of the Hazleton Campus wishes to extend their congratulations to Highacres on its Silvei Anniversary. The Staff includes secretaries, Miss Ruth Donar_, and Mrs. Vivian Enama; custodians, Mr. John Coyne, Mr. Burgess Faux, and Mr. Harold Michael; Manager of the Student Union Building, Mr. Francis McGurgan; Mr. Tucker, and Mrs. Seely.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 25 May 1959

Health Department Silver Anniversary Mrs. K has stated that the greatest happiness she has enjoyed while at Highacres was the rare opportunities so many students gave to her in helping them channel their decisions—not only pertaining to health or recreation, but decisions pertaining to the personal problems that they found themselves confronted with _during their college life. She furthel states this: "I have had seven years of the richest experience oi my life here at Hazleton Campus and I consider it a golden opportunity for service to youth." Mrs. Kostenbauder, a registered nurse, was graduated in 1919 from the Ashland State Hospital. She has held such positions as supervisor and directress of nurses in the Ashland State Hospital, and as school nurse in West Hazleton High School; she has done private duty nursing in Hazleton, and has received the high honor of being voted into The College of Physicians Directory for Nurses, which is an honorary society for nurses in Phila...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 25 May 1959

Professor James Steel Relates Story of Fast Social Activity At Highacres — "The Mummy Club" As the Hazleton Campus coloiirates its Silver Anniversary this war, il is nat.iral that some fond mi-miirii's of llighacres should rei'iii 1 to faculty. One particular soi-ial activity . ' nieh oiifc captured the imaginatii. ' of former students has been !,inci:\ related to the Colli-gian stall'_. It is a 'iilic-known fact among students, i v attending Highaeres that approximately seven years ago the Egyptian Empire was breathing ¦ _>.- , last at the Hazleton Campus. oming to a close was the long :d happy reign of the Third l)yi isty, when the Pharoahs ruled, wit Iding the most absolute and unquestioned power, Confused ? The tru- story is that in the hey-day of the Broad Street ( .'enter, and co_.iunuing when the Center moved lo llighacres, there was a unique society at Penn State, known as "The Mummy Club." Here is how it started. One spring day, while in class looking at the us...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 25 May 1959

STUDENT UNION BUILDING HUB OF HIGHACRES ACTIVITIES A long-awaited improvement at the Hazleton Campus was made in the summer of 1958 when construction of a student union building was begun. This _building was linked to the chain of progress being made at our campus when it was formally dedicated in November of 1958. A movement to get a new building originated a few years ago by students who circulated petitions, urging that action be taken to provide quarters for student activities. The petitions passed through the hands of the students and the administration several times over a period of about three years before they were finally recognized by the University's Board of Trustees, who, after a request by the Highacres' Student Government Association, approved a plan for the structure by an assessment on each student attending the local campus. Si'AClOl'S Ll.'NCH ROOM in the new $100,000 Student Union Build ing at Highneres, showing peak activity during the lunch hour. dent ...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 25 May 1959

Greetings From Our _Assistant Administrator Mr. William Schneider Everyone at Highacres knows Mr. William Schneider, the Assistant Administrator at Highacres. However, does everyone know that he is a District Representative of the Pennsylvania State University who helps o r g a n i z e academic courses around Greater Hazleton that cowrs the Danvillo-Bloomsburg-Berwick-Weatherly Area ? For example, this year a number of formal and informal extension activities under Mr. Schneider's leadership gave training and pleasure to approximately 413 adults in twelve programs which eminated from the llighacres Campus. For example, there is the Great Literature Course now in its ninth year. One-day Workshops and Conferences art- also held —- namely, the annual -loi;rnalisni Workshops for high school newspaper stall's, the Labor Workshop in economics t'oi the International Ladies Garment Workers Union, the One-Evening Workshop for high school English teachers, and the One-Evoni'.m Worksho...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 25 May 1959

R.O.T.C. PROGRAM AT HIGHACRES TO BE DISCONTINUED Jn spite of the efforts on the part of the Hazleton _Education Council and at least one veterans organization, the ROTC program at the AHoona and Hazle'on centers will be _discontinued, "ffectivi July 1. The reasons for this nnvi ment were disclosed by University President Erk- A. V\;;;!;im, -,v> o -U'iec ¦ _¦ ' r.i _- d Ui<> Air I- - , i.-;- h-r ' !• ¦ ¦¦!.¦<. . . ,(. ¦•,• , '.!:• ¦ ci !-;:i . - i - oi' {)¦¦< ' KOTC _^vi-mh ul !;. ¦ .::;¦ ¦ ' . ( n < a i .:!¦ ¦ ¦ ";. ¦;• <•; ¦ _nomi; i ' :!1 ¦ _<- " " -U_'.V.i i.i.M'll , <.'ii- '¦¦ ' ¦ . " Coi. (, . 1). [._;. .:'o, . ;<• , i.roiV_^oi v.'.ni I;; aii oJ tin.1 -¦¦ ;\.' ; :>;<¦ ¦; * of a ii : ci'_"-nco ; .U. the I' - -i -/^r.il y, _wrifiofl these reasons. He noted that_, of :¦(_'¦) cadets who ha'i hewi trained on the _ITazleton Campus during the last three year-;, only three had enrolled for the _ad...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 25 May 1959

HIGHACRES TO HAVE TWO SUMMER SESSIONS AGAIN Each Will Run For Six Weeks Beginning May 25, 1959, regji»- tration will begin for two summer sessions at Highacres Campus: First six-weeks session: June f through July 17. Second six weekn session: July 20 through Aug. 2f_> One-half fees are payable at registration; remainder payable when classes begin. The following subjects h a v e been proposed: (All classes meet every day Monday through Friday) First Six-Weeks English Literature 2 — Great Books of American Literature (3 credits) . History 21 — History of the United States Since 18(i5 (3 credits). Math. 42—Differential Calculus (4 credits). Political Science 3—Government and Politics in Modern Society (3 credits). Speech 200- Effective Speech (3 credits). Second Six Weeks English, 0—Elements of Composition. English 1 ¦--• Composition and Rhetoric I:; credits ). Math 2 - Algebra (3 credits). Math <>-- Plane Trigonometry (3 credits). Physics 23o General Phy...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 25 May 1959

COLLEGE ARTS SOCIETY ACTIVE Prominent in the cultural roles played by the Hazleton Campus in the community is the College Arts Society which was founded in 1951. The purpose of this organization is to bring to the study body outstanding films, both foreign and domestic which the students have probably not seen. During the 1958-59 series more than 300 persons took advantage of these outstanding films. In the spring of 1958, the College Arts Society and the Hazleton Art League co-sponsored an exhibit of paintings by Penn State artists, many of whom are on the art staff at University Park. This is just one example of the things which the College Arts Society nas done to bring culture to the student body and to Hazleton as a whole. For the future, the College Arts Society has plans for expanding its activities. The society has requested funds to sponsor some kind of artistic recitals such as a singer or a pianist which would take place next year. Money has also been requested in...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 25 May 1959

Also Celebrates M KS. K OSTEN15 AI I >ER gram since its inception in Hazleton. Mrs. Kostenbauder is a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Hazleton and is married to Arthur Kostenbauder, an engineer for the Jeddo Highland Coal Co. She is the mother of two children: Mrs. George Tibbens of Washington, Pennsylvania, and Mrs. LeRoy Hinkel of Hazleton. The Highacres Health Department is under the direction of Dr. Herbert Glenn, who is in charge of the Main Campus Health Department.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 25 May 1959

Highacres _{iMCollegian •_IIAZLKION ( AMPl S" OWN NEWSPAPER" ; I .Memher of Intercollegiate Press Association , Published by the Journalism Club of the Hazleton Campus j I of the Pennsylvania State University, Hazleton, Pennsylvania I STAFF ' ¦ ¦ Ediror-ln-Chief Nancy Bradney Assistant Editor Hank Richard Arf Editor John Cappello | Sports Editor Jim Cataldo REPORTERS Adeline Schumacher John Benner j Prisca Stiles Vic Cortez I Frances Sullivan Ceil Kalinowski i George Walker Fred Keller Frances Werpshaw John McCullough ! Anitra Von Berg Bobbie Jean Pace Typist Pat _Reteneller Faculty Advisor Professor Andrew Kafka

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 25 May 1959

Hazleton Campus Deversified Extracurricular Program STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION, CO-ORDINATOR OF STUDENT ACTIVITIES, JOINS IN MARKING SILVER ANNIVERSARY The Student Government Associ ation is sharing its Silver Anniversary with the Hazleton Campus. Professor Stewart Goas, who i: now at. the Main Campus of the Pennsylvania State University, or ganized and drew up the constitution for the first student council _ii 19-'!4. Since then, it has been ver> active in off-campus activities a* well as in on-campus functions For example, when the Pennsylvania Association of Student Government Associations of Junior Colleges, of which Hazleton Campus SGA is a member, was first formed for off-campus centers of PSU .hey soon extended an invitation of nombership to all Junior Colleges if Pennsylvania. The first Junior _1'ollege Basketball League was "ormed by this organization, and "or many years Highacres was an _ictive member of it. The same is ;ruo for golf and tennis. How ma...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 25 May 1959

ORCHIDS TO THE GIRLS OF THETA SIGMA PHI SORORITY Olga Markus Crowned 12th May Day Queen THETA SIGMA PHI. (Left to right) Mrs, Elizabeth Bodenstein (Advisor). Anne Stebnitsky (President), Frances Werpshaw (Secre tary—standing) and Olga Markus meeting in the Conference Room a May Day. Since the Theta Sigma Phi Sorority was started in September, 1951, it has grown in size and in importance. When the school year began in September of '51, the girls felt that a sorority should be formed so that the girls would have something to call their own. Miss Florence Yannes was the college nurse »nd Dean of Women at Highacres then., and at her suggestion the sorority was formed and given the name of Theta Sigma Phi, which wans "secret sisters." At the first neeting of the newly formed soei-¦ty nominations for officers were field. According to the bylaws of ;he sorority formulated at that ;ime, the president and secretary mist be sophomores and the vice-Dresident and treasurer, freshmen. Mi...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 25 May 1959

Belles-Letters Society Flourishing at Highacres Literary Society Now In Its Second Year One of the newest organization: on the Hazleton Campus (in stituted only since 1957-58) an( fast becoming one of the most pop ular is the Belles-Lettres Society Included in its activities fo; 1958-59 was the joint _sponsorshij (with the English, Speech, anc Library Departments of the loca campus) of the highly successfu First Annual Highaeres _Reading Festival, and participation in thi 11th Annual _Reading Festival al :he Main Campus of The Pennsylvania State University. Much ac-:'laim was given the Hazletor Campus' contingent by experts at Lhe festival. Winners of the loca " ¦cad ing festival who were, sent to ;he Main Campus are these: An-Irew Kavalees, George Walker, Anthony Santorc, Barbara Jean ['ace, Anna .lean Stebnitsky, and _Eleanor Svok. Plans for next year include t Second Annual Ilighacres _Heading Festival, a cultural tour, talks bj several guest speakers, and discus sion on the ...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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