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A Trip To Europe For Less Than $ 1 OO [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 26 February 1965
A Trip To Europe For Less Than $ 1 OO Switzerland — The International Travel Establishment will locate job opportunities in Europe for anyone who likes the idea of a fun-filled low cost trip to Europe . Jobs are available in all fields throughout Europe . Interested students should send $ 2 to Search Dept ., ITE , 68 Herrengasse , Vaduz , Liechtenstein ( Switzerland ) for a complete , do-it-yourself prospectus which includes the key to getting a job in Europe the largest European fob selection available , instructions , money saving tips and conclusive information making a trip -to Europe ( including transportation ] possible for less than $ 100 .
F and M Issues Favorable Report On Program To Aid Deprived [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 March 1965
F and M Issues Favorable Report On Program To Aid Deprived A leport published this week on ilie I _ re-Collcgc Eniichmcnt Progiain ( PREP ) for culturally _deprived _Negio students held last summei on campus indicates that the expeiuncnt uas a success and may have established a model for similar programs outside rmjor urban areas 55 Students The experiment brought 55 students to the Franklin and Marshall campus for an eight-week study progiam to help them stay in colJege The report represents findings compiled during intensive e \ aluation of the progiam s outcome by staff members and an advisory committee of distinguished educators Then study bei ; an shortly after PREP ended last September Conclusions about PREP s success are summed up in the report Statistically , fewer than 10 peicent if the PREP students could be predicted to complete college _Although _conclusne evaluation will not be availible until at least one academic yeai has pissed and PREP students can be measured again...
Philosophy Dept Expands by Two [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 March 1965
Philosophy Dept Expands by Two The new philosophy piofcssois Richard ] . Woods of New Haven , Connecticut , and Leon Galis of Chapel Hill , Noith Caiohna , aie expected to add considei able new _stienjrth to the _College s philosophy dcpaitment next veai , accoidin to Dean of the College G Wayne Ghck Five in Department The two appointments bring the ineinbeiship ol the dcpaitment to five The additions complete picscm plans for expansion ol the philosophy department F and M now should be able to compaic \ ery fa \ _oiably m philosophy _offennsfs with any othei libeial arts _college in the countiy , Ghck noted Varied Viewpoints We now will not only ha \ e nioie faculty people in _philosophy than most _colleges ol compaiable size . Ghck said , but oui people will lepiescnt \ aiicd philosophic \\ c \\ points as a lesult ol then backgtounds of giaduatc tiainine ; at Han aid . Princeton , Yale , University of JVoith Caiohna , and University of Toionto Since a libeial aits institution must...
Curriculum Changes [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 March 1965
Curriculum Changes In meetings this yeai the faculty has lcvised the cuinculuin both adding and deleting courses presently listed in the College catalogue Some c f the changes , as in the philosophv offerings , reflect new faculty who will be on campus for the first time next year Otheis , like the i eduction m ROTC offenngs indicate changes in cuinculai emphasis Below is a compilation of couise changes approved bv the facult ) foi next fall as leleased b &gt; Prof Frederic S Klein secretary of the f _icult ) COURSES DROPPED A i Science 1 1 _Aeiospace Powei \ n Science 21 \ ch space Weapons S ) stems Air Science -11 / 42 Global Relations \ n Science 31 32 \ n Fence _Officed Development Classics 23 Vocabulaiv Building Government 25 _Introduction to Publ . c Admini tration Government 31 \ _meiican Constitutional Law Government 34 Government and the Economy Gieek S 3 Gicck New Testament Greek 34 The Sinoptir Gospels _Fhvsirs 12 Modern Physics Sociology and \ mhropolog &...
College Receives Two New Grants Totalling $ 3 , 100 [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 March 1965
College Receives Two New Grants Totalling $ 3 , 100 F and M has received two giants _tital ng $ 3 , 100 The Pi ice Waterhouse Foundation ol New Yoik City has aw aided the College a giant of $ 2 500 to strengthen nd _unpiove the College s offerings in accounting and business management according to Piesident Keith Spalding Alumni A Factor The president noted that foundat on officials described the record of F ? nd M graduates on the Price \ Vatn house staff as an important factr in then decision to aw aid the giant The aw aid w ? s the third special grant to the College bv the foundation in the past five yeais It Mas presented to _Spildmg bv Mi John B Ollara , a paitnei in Price Waterhouse &amp; . Co , accompanied by two _F and M alumni , Donald R Ziegler $ 51 and John Irwin 59 who aie also members of the firm The College has also tecened an aonymous gift of $ 600 for hbraiv endowment and scholarship purposes n memory of Professor S E Munsui former chairman of the education d...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 March 1965
Dorms To Close The residence halls will be closed for the spring ; vacation from 12 noon Saturday , MaTch 13 , _through 8 a . m ., Sunday , March 21 . All overseas students who have not made _arrangements to visit or stay elsewhere , should notify the office of the Director of Residences . The College dininij halls will be closed after the evening meal on Friday , March 12 , and will reopen for lhe _evening meal on Sunday , March 21 .
EXPANSION : REACTION VARIIS [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 March 1965
EXPANSION : REACTION VARIIS Development Opinion Favoralk Among Most Faculty _Members Faculty opinion of the ten year development plans announced by President Spaldmg last week has been quite _favorable The fact that the plan has been _bi ought up is good , Dr Robert Mickey , of the religious depaitment felt , as some kind of collective wisdom should come out He added , The plan ought to be about setting up conditions that maximize our mtei personal relat _. ons and on productive academic work Football To Baker The consensus of opinion was that to move Williamson field to the Bakei Campus would be advantageous This seemed to be of greatest concerr among the faculty interviewed Dr Roger Rollin of the English department stated , The whole plan hinges on the use of Williamson Field With a pioposcd student enrollment of 2000 and 150 faculty membeis , to take up all that space is inefficient , Rollin added He did not behc \ e that movmg football and track to Baker Field would jeopardize t...
Fraternity Row , Interspersing Plans Draw Mixed , Heated Responses [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 March 1965
Fraternity Row , Interspersing Plans Draw Mixed , Heated Responses By TOM MORRIS Several uses have been suggested for the low of six small-group living quarters , to house between SO and 4 C students , to be constructed on Race \\ cnue Though not ruling out the chance of a fraternity row , President Spaldmg indicated that these 1 houses might be used for a mixture of fraternity quarters and non-affiliated but homogeneous group dormitories , e g an international house or a French house Attitudes By posing these \ anous situations to students , the REPORTER found ; he prevailing mixture of ideas to ¬ wards a fraternity row and towards the interspersing of fraternity and non-affiliated groups in the row of six small houses Neil Johnson of Delta Sig indicated that he hopes fraternities move into some of these houses Speaking about the inteispersing , Johnson replied I would rather have fraternities next door ( in a fraternity row ) however , this would not affect my dccis on about livin...
_Students Opposed or Apathetic _Fo Ten-Year Enrollment Increases [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 March 1965
_Students Opposed or Apathetic _Fo Ten-Year Enrollment Increases There is quite a diversity of opini / n m lesponse to the pioposed expansion of the student body of F and M Accoiding to the announced plans _, the student body will have grown to bout two thousand by 1975 This _ciiaigement will be accompanied bv the construction of new fiaternitv houses and doimitorics Of the fifteen students who gave ihcn opinion about the expansion _, seven were opposed to it and eight _CApressed much concern None of these interviewed actually favored the enlargement The REPORTER asked each stu ¬ dent these foul questions Aie you ii favor of the ptoposed expansion D &lt; you think that ten years is a reasonabh amount of time to assim _. _ ate the additional five hundred students Shouk I &amp; M remain an exclusively mal _&lt; college Do you think F &amp; M shoulc expand at all The consensus of opinion was that I &amp; M should remair an all-male college of the...
Centralization of Facilities Splits Student Opinion [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 March 1965
Centralization of Facilities Splits Student Opinion Editor s Note The following ston _concerns a poll made on campus last week concerning the advisability o \ locating centralized student union facilities m Hartman Hall while razing the present book shop—cam put house building to make room for u new library The plan announced by Piesident Keith Spalding last Wed ¬ nesday to a group of \ ludinh _umtU involve _moving the po _^ l _offict mmf » house and book \ liop into f _/ i renovated Hmtman Hall union _jacMh Opinion on the question w _. _u spin fifty-fifty Half of those _Iollul fawn ed leaving the book shop and - I house in then piesent 1 &lt;&gt;&lt; ill ul 11 _ the othei half _enjoved tin _icli i I one-stop shopping m &gt; _fattman student union _Thcic « . _n hmuui some noticeable oveilap loniumne the question of _cciittali / _mi ; all _Uli tics including the ie &lt; H \ un &gt; nil Of those uhu wanlid lo mi _* post office , book sho...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 March 1965
Si REPORTER Published semi-weekly throughout the college year except for vacations by undergraduates of Franklin and Marshall College , Lancaster , Pa , being an expansion in 1964 of the Student Weekly , a union in 1915 of the College Student founded in 1881 , and the F&amp;M Weekly , founded in 1891 The opinions of this | ournal are those of the editors and editorial board and do no ! represent official opinion Editors-in-chief David L Harrison and Richard Kneedler Subscr . ption Rate , S 3 50 per semester , S 6 50 per year Office in Hcrtman Hall Basement Phone 392-3732 Printed at Forry &amp; Hocker , 243 East Liberty Street , Lancaster , Penna Application for second clas _3 mailing perm granted March 16 , 1964 at LancasterPenna
Objections Raised to Location Of Arts Center on South Campus [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 March 1965
Objections Raised to Location Of Arts Center on South Campus Editor s Note In his presentation _oj [ he College s tentative ten-yeai deielopment plan last Wednesday _evening _Piendcnt Spalding s _~ aid that present plans call Jui the constitution oj a _jinc Uit \ cento on colleije _piopeity to the we \ t of Noith Mu \ eum Accoiding to the _Piestdent the mam concern of the nit center and oj ail _courses at /• and M would continue to be theoretical lie added hou &lt; e &lt; er . that a ccitmn amount of pi actual t mining iiould be necessarily available to enable students to appreciate the theories presented The following story concerns a cain-pus-wide poll taken last week on two questions Should the fine arts centei be located neat Noith Museum ? and Should the center s prvnaiy concern he with the teaching of the practical 01 the _theoiettcal _aspects of the me arts ? By GORDON PRAGER I fail to see an &gt; logic in placing a new Tine Aits centci next to Nortl M...
Fine Arts Gault , Brubaker , Cavanaugh Give Views on Center [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 March 1965
Fine Arts Gault , Brubaker , Cavanaugh Give Views on Center By RONALD GOLDSTEIN and RICHARD SCHROT \ fine arts center as one of the majoi facets cf the College s ten-yeai diulopment plan announced by President Keitlh Spalding last Wednesday evening The new stiuctuie will provide extent c facilities foi the College ant , niiisie and drama divisions Though t neic are no definite plans yet , the thicc men most concerned with the pioposed building : Pi of Hugh A Gault of the music depaitment , Prof Eelwaid A Brubaker , director of the Green Rcom Theatre , and Piof John M Cavanaugh of the ait depaitmenl , have al formulated ideas which they would like to see _incorporated into it 2 , 750 Seats 1 Gauk said that the centci has ; projected cost of $ 3 , 500 , 000 , and wil include a 250-seat rehearsal and re cital hall for the music department , &lt; 500-seat Green Room thcatei anc a 2000-seat concert hall The iccita hall will be used for Glee Club ic _haisils and for small-audience...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 March 1965
A—wing on North Museum . B—fine arts center . Fackenihal Library becomes new administration building . Goethean Hal becomes art museum . Diagnothian Hall becomes music I building temporarily . C—new library . Meyran-Dietz be- [ comes faculty offices . D—new academic building comple mentaiy to Diet / Hall . E—new wing on Fackenthal Labs . F—student union in Hartman Hall . G—new scic . ice site directly north eventually to be a research building . H—proposed dormitory complementing Schnader Hall . J—projected high-rise dormitory . K—small-group housing . L— maintenance building . M—paver plant expansion . Schnader and Marshall-Buchanan are divided into houses as in Ben Franklin Residences . East Hall is torn down . Drawing is not to scale . By Robert Siverling , Staff Artist . FROM PRAISE TO SKEPTICISM