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Clubs Program Semester Events [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1962

Clubs Program Semester Events Clubs are preparing forthcoming campus events. The Glee Club will give its first concert of the second semester during Father-Daughter Weekend, and will sing at the close of the annual retreat in April. Two concerts, with Villanova and with Fordham, have been proposed. Debate Club has several important engagements pending. Debaters will meet with Tufts on February 24 th, and will represent Newton at the Forensic League Tournament at Boston University on March Bth, 9th and 10th. Newton will probably be the only women's college participating in this tournament and in the West Point National Invitation Tournament on March 22nd, 23rd, and 24th. Dramatic Club has begun casting for George Bernanos, The Fearless Heart, which it will present in April. Art Club members are working on African masks and ether objects in the Duchesne Studio.

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Seniors Cap Sophomores [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1962

Seniors Cap Sophomores On Tuesday, February 6th, one hundred and fifty-six sophomores received their academic caps in the Assembly Hall. The senior class participated in the ceremony to which the entire student body was invited. After the Mass offered by Father Roy, freshmen served the new upperclassmen a special dinner in the dining room.

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 1 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1962
Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1962

The official dedication of the new chapel to the Holy Trinity will take place on Sunday, November 4th, 1962. His Eminence, Richard Cardinal Cushing, has agreed to preside at the dedication.

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Are We Prepared? [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1962

Are We Prepared? Election dates for student government have been announced. This seems a good time to re-evaluate just what student government stands for, we can vote in accordance with this re-evaluation. If we see elections as a popularity race, then our vote will go to the student we like best. If we have the courage to suppress personal prejudice, then we are free to elect a student government which, according to the constitution, "by its fidelity to the traditions and to the spirit of the Sacred Heart, will show itself worthy of the trust that has been placed in it." To meet this requirement we will be expected primarily to think, to listen attentively to campaign speeches, and to form an honest appraisal of the capabilities of each candidate. In the subsequent voting and re-voting, we must not permit ourselves to cling stubbornly to our personal preferences and so block the election or be swayed by trends that contradict our better judgment. If we can show prudence and patienc...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Implications [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1962

Implications We deserve praise for our toleration. For the most part, all of us will be able to look back on four years of happy existence with six hundred fellow students. While we are here, though, we daily overlook innumerable little annoyances because we are so charitable. We, smile at friends chatting animatedly in the Library Reference Room when we have sought it out as the only quiet place on campus to study. We nod pleasantly, especially to underclassmen, when they slip in before us, a dozen at a time, in the dinner line. In the smoker, we thank the departing foursome who offer us their table littered with bottles, wrappers, and cigarette ends. We cannot be unaware of our mild displeasure about these things because we are conscious of the "niceness" of our external reactions. Manners are manners; but what is stupidity?

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Opportunity to Act [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1962

Opportunity to Act This week, February 18th through 25th, has been dedicated to furthering mutual understanding among people of different backgrounds, races, and creeds. Brotherhood Week comes at a time when cooperation among nations is no longer merely desirable but essential for the well-being of the world. It reminds us that the responsibility for insurng rapport among peoples of the world does not rest exclusively in the hands of organizations like the U. N. The individual, too, must recognize and fulfill his duty to his fellow man. Right now, it would seem that college students could do little to promote world harmony, but if we analyse our position more carefully, we can find ways to do our part. The key to understanding another is to know how he lives, and become aware of the problems confronting him. Obviously, a first hand knowledge of these matters, derived from personal experience, is most desirable. We must not underestimate, however, the opportunities offered us by our ...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
LETTER [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1962

LETTER To Tiie Editor: "The people do not want virtue, but are the dupes of pretended patriots." . .Democracies have ever been found incompatible with personal security, or the rights of property. . ." "There never was a democracy that did not commit suicide." "Give me liberty or give me death!" The ravings of Robert Welch or John Rousselot? No, the "extremist" sentiments of Elbridge Gerry. James Madison, John Adams and Patrick Henry. Therefore, it would seem that the three correspondents in the last issue of "885" who accused Congressman Rousselot of an "extreme rightist point of view" will have to identify the point from which they are measuring the extreme; certainly his viewpoint would be considered rather normal and orthodox by the Founding Fathers. It is a typical liberal tactic to label the contrary to the liberal position "extreme," thereby removing it from the area of rational judgment and reducing the alternatives to "degrees" of socialism, internationalism, etc. Indeed, t...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
The Lighter Side [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1962

The Lighter Side "Schedule" is a word you hear tossed around quite a bit near the beginning of a new term. When marks come back, either you face your parents, ehin stuck out with admirable determination, and emphatically .announce, as their "Well, young lady!" loses some of its severity' "I've learned my lesson. This term I'm going to make a schedule!" Or if you are fortunate enough not to live within the near proximity of their tender solicitude, you write a letter of magnificent and touching humility: "Never again: I've reformed; a schedule is what I'll have for this term!" Consider (carefully) these proposals. That word schedule appears in both. However, look at them again. See how carefully they are worded: "make a schedule," "have schedule." Titfall number one: anybody can make or have a schedule; that's easy. You will observe that the word "follow" has failed to appear. On the desk is this wonderful verbal organization of each day. "6:45 Up. 7:00 Make bed. 7:15 Mass 7:45 Break...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1962

“Well, George, I'd love to, but fortunately I'm busy.”

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
885 [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1962

885 NEWTON COLLEGE OF THE SACRED HEART NEWTON, MASSACHUSETTS Published six times n year by students of Newton College Anne MoCracken '63 — Editor-in-Chief Molly Tobin '63 — Managing Editor Barbara Schroetter '62, Elaine Flaherty '62, Associate Editors Judy Stems '63 — Feature Editor Mary Ellen McS.ha.ne '62 — Business Manager Kathleen Kearney '63 — Circulation Manager News Staff: B. Aaron, D. Conley, M. L. Cunningham, P- Dane, H, Desfosses, R. Drew, M. Flynn, S. Gorman, S. Illowiay, S. Lawior, G. Mcßride, E. McCarthy, M. A. McGeough, M. E. Palenchar, K. Shuman. Editorial Assistants: K. Mulvey, M. Reilly, C. Testa, P. Trifari Business Staff: M. Clancy, F. Hesterberg, B. Lynch, J. Nicolayson, R. McDonnell, K. Mulvey, M. L. Rotoli, M, Geraty. Cartoonist: M. Mundell Vol. X February, 1962 No. 5

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
The Other Side [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1962

The Other Side When some of my friends ask: "How many new students will Newton accept this year?" and I reply: "I wish that I knew," their reaction is rarely complimentary. Wlhen I add: "We have, as our goal, a class of approximately one hundred and seventy-five freshmen, so the Committee will accept about twice that number from over seven hundred and fifty applicants," the complex reaction - this time definitely uncomplimentary - usually terminates in a question: "Why must you people gamble in this way?" Many answers have •been given, emphasizing sociological, economic, geographic and other factors. The reasons, though valid, offer partial solutions. Without implying anything in the way of answers, I should like to present another aspect of the question, one that explores the "inner life" of the Admissions Office. When a prospective applicant enters the Office, eyes questioning and expectant, fear enters with her, fear tempered with faith. Tension is set up that is increased by the...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Mr. Sheehan Coordinates B. C. Apostolate Program [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1962

Mr. Sheehan Coordinates B. C. Apostolate Program The Lay Apostolate Program at Boston College, under the direction of Mr. Frank Sheehan, began its 1962 training period in early February. Students at Newton will remember Mr. Sheehan's lecture and movies on Jamaica in November. In a recent interview he stated that the purpose of this training program was adequate preparation for those interested in devoting at least one year to missions in Jamaica, Iraq, Baghdad and the West Indies. Mr. Sheehan expects approximately twenty participants in the seminar, most of them seniors and post-graduate students. The course will be given without charge. Mr. Sheehan stressed that anyone may attend completely without commitment until very late in the series. Candidates are asked to attend twenty-tliree one-hour seminars on Monday evenings, from seven to ten, as well as a few Sunday afternoon sessions. There will be a three-day retreat and a departure cermony in late August. When the Lay Apostle reach...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Among Ourselves [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1962

Among Ourselves ENGAGED: Betsy Baldwin '62 to David W. Jayne, 111 of Old Greenwich, Connecticut, a graduate of Amherst and Columbia University. A July wedding is planned. Katherine Bryant '62 to John Canoni of Wellesley. a graduate of Amherst and a student at Yale University School of Daw. An August 25th wedding is planned. Barbara Collette '62 to Frank Leonard of New Rochelle. Mr. Leonard is a graduate of Boston College, class of 1960. An early fall wedding is planned. Mary J. Connor '62 to Leo Winkel of Walitham. Mr. Winkel is a graduate of Boston College and Served with the U.S. Army. Judith M. I)avin '62 to Joseph. B. KnotJts, Jr., of Bethlem, Pa. Mr. Knotts is a graduate of Princeton University and a student at Harvard Law School. An August wedding is planned. Carol Lo '62 to Frank Chin of Wellesley. Mr. Chin is a graduate of Worcester Polytechnical Institute. A June wedding is planned. Linda Keenan ex' 62 to Peter T. Kraft of Fairfield Conecticut. Mr. Kraft attends Villanova a...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Newton Enters Glamour Contest [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1962

Newton Enters Glamour Contest The annual Glamour magazine contest to decide upon the "Ten Best Dressed College Girls in America" is being held on campus again this year, under the sponsorship of "885". Each class votes to select its candidates, and a committee of faculty members and students choose the final representative from tihe college. Mary Stehling, who was graduated from Newton last year, was among the ten students chosen, and appeared in the August issue of the magazine. This is the second year that the contest is being held.

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Theatre Review: A Man For All Seasons [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1962

Theatre Review: A Man For All Seasons by Mary Ann McGeough Serious drama is something new for the Broadway of recent years, but the novelty of Robert Bolt's A Man for All Seasons is not what has made an "unqualified hit." From this dramatization of the latter part of Saint Thomas Mores life, the story of Man emerges. More is introduced by the Common Man as "scholar and by popular repute, a saint;" it is scholarliness rather than saintliness that is stressed. P|aul Scofield's performance reveals a brilliant, forceful intellectual, a lawyer whose every action springs from intense loyalty to principle, a man of dry and kindly wit, of sympathy and understanding. Dignity and integrity are portrayed without sentimentality; there is an implicit quality of saintliness in the complete human being, Thomas More. Next to More, the most important character in the play is the Common Man, played by George Ross. This übiquitous character appears as occasional narrator and commentator, as More's but...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1962

Service with a smile ... Kandy Killeen receives special attention from .Hiss O'Leary (taking her pulse), Miss Plunimer (recommending aspirin), and Miss Flynn (holding' thermometer).

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
They Lead Two Lives [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1962

They Lead Two Lives Newton's "women in white" are especially friendly and efficient this year. Our three nurses, Miss Carol Flynn, Miss Patricia O'Leary and Miss Linda Plummer, find academic life only another aspect of an already full vocation. All three received their RN certificates from the State of Massachusetts this January. Besides attending to the health needs of students and maintaining the infirmary in Stuart, they take courses which will lead to a Bachelor of Science degree in June, 19G3. Miss Carol Flynn is from Lexington, and received her nurses' training at the nearby Newton-Wellesley Hospital. She is a sociology major and hopes to specialize in pediatric nursing. Lexington is also the home of Miss Patricia O'Leary, who trained at Mount Auburn Hospital in Cambridge. Miss O'Leary's future plans include teaching pediatric nursing. She majors in sociology to "get a broader background and a better perspective," which will help her in working with patients. Miss Linda Plumme...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Mission Helper Joins Faculty For CCD Course [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1962

Mission Helper Joins Faculty For CCD Course The Confraternity of Christian Doctrine course is being offered again this year. This organization seeks to provide every Catholic within a parish with religious training. Sister Justina, of the Mission Helpers of the Sacred Heart, gives the class once a week to train students in the teaching of Christian Doctrine. Sister Justina has had experience in diocesan programs. The course offers two college credits and is especially useful for education majors. The Archdiocese of Boston offers a certificate to all who successfully complete the course. The C.C.D. organizes and prepares groups to teach the training of children up to the fourth year of high school, the Parent Educator division which teaches children to the age of six, the Teachers' division which aims at the establishment of religious schools, the Fishers' division which discovers which children need training, and the Helpers' division which obtains equipment and place for training. ...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
The Other Side of the Desk [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1962

The Other Side of the Desk "Art Linkletter has nothing on us," said Mary Bobay of her experience practice teaching. Peggy Kugler agrees that there was never a dull moment. When one of her second graders asked where she lived, "Miss Kugler" answered "Minnesota." The little boy said: "I knew you lived somewhere else because you don't talk like we do." Francine Calarese remarked: "the children were always saying and doing funny things." Being exposed to practice teachers is always an experience for children, but teaching them was just as exciting for the education majors. Practice teaching is a state requirement for students planning to teach. Education majors at Newton fulfill this requirement during their senior year. Elementary and secondary schools cooperate in this program by allowing students to assume responsibility in the classrooms under the guidance and supervision of regular teachers. Several seniors had exciting anecdotes to tell. Mimi Kelly evacuated her class at North Jun...

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