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Yaggy Outlines Four Areas For Future SC Evaluation [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 March 1965

Yaggy Outlines Four Areas For Future SC Evaluation By MARC SILBERT _Piesident Mike Yaggv announced sition on policy statements and sug thai a jomt _faculty-student comnus- gested that the referendum , if passed sion will be foimcd to evaluate and lecoinmend leforms for Student Council at its meeting Wednesday night in Schnadei Hall Yaggy declaied that his successor as Council president will name the personnel and operating procedure foi the commission , but he presented the lour major areas in which he expected the gioup to concentrate its cffoit Apportionment The fust area for study is the leprcsentative svstem employed bv Council Currently the freshman class has 3 delegates , the sophomore class 5 the junior class 7 and the semoi class 9 Yaggy said that the commission should attempt to dcleimint if this is the best form of repiesemtation for student gov eminent on this campus and ought to suggest real and meamngful alteinatives to the system He also laised questions on the ideal s...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 March 1965

IFC Rally IFC is sponsoring a rally tomorrow at 9 : 30 a . m . Tlic run a * il ] stnrt in front of Hartman Hall . There is no restriction on the type of car entered . The object of the rally is to maintain given speeds , and follow certain directions . Prizes and a trophy will be awarded .

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 March 1965

Washington Trip J rof . Alvin H . Pianca is sponn S a trip to the Organization American States and a dinner Washington , D . C ., Saturday , rch 27 . Those interested should _» tact Pianca this week .

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
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_ffiHMTOIRIAIrfS [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 March 1965

_ffiHMTOIRIAIrfS New Students by 1975 Spring is a time of renewal—most places , anyway It is also , coincidentally , the time when elections and appointments for the coming year take place at many schools , F and M included Usually there is no apparent connection between the two springtime phenomena Last week the College announced tentative plans for a tenyear development plan of the campus , conditional on approving of the plans by a general consensus and on raising money for the bricks and mortar . Campus opinion has ranged from rage about the closing of Meyran Hall as a dormitory to mild disapproval of the placement of the proposed Fine Arts Center near the North Museum to pleasure that the College would finally be constructing a College Union and renovating Marshall-Buchanan and Schnader Halls Next week Student Council elections will be held . The REPORTER will present its choices for election in its next edition . There is at the moment a good deal of excitement on campus about...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
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Tom Parker << - ; _:-y- " - / _-. r ~ " - 1 Conservatism Mounting - Liberals Dying Off [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 March 1965

Tom Parker &amp;lt;&amp;lt; - ; _:-y- - / _-. r ~ - 1 Conservatism Mounting- \ Liberals Dying Off What ev er happened to the kinetic hbe al ? Once there was a time when the liberal plotted , worked , and vocalized his goals and ambitions vigorously Now he has been leplaced by the arm chair vanety who is content ito do nothing and let the last hangers-on make the last death rattles of aggressive liberalism Unlike the dying liberal , the _wwwwgw ; - &amp;gt; Conservative movement has continued to gain momentum and increasing vitality Why Because the Conservatives have been willing to state discuss , and give opinions on the major issues of the dav issues which liberals like to hide with a smoke screen 01 iclire to consider In an address to the students of the Univeisity of Utah , the outgoing Chairman of the Republican National Committee said that he _Amenca-ns arc Conseivatne When you ask them ch _rcctlv , most consider _themsch _es to be conservative _—h _} a tally of ro...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 March 1965

Brookman Fed Up—We Quit To the Editors : 1 am pretty fed up with your pohev on Letters to the Editors Who decides when to piint a letter Tabling _U long enough removes it fiom efleetnc _content and makes it almosl meaningless . Who undertakes to allei the punctuation , thereby changing the meaning of the writer ? Whc checks foi _sjielling errois ? And how about the nonexistent word unexpansible which you flashed in a headline ? Who is the sic-minded ( sic ) individual who adds editorial sarcasm with Jus misplaced sics ? Like placing a sic after leave in leave us be oi adding a touch of sicness to a coined phrase such as Ulmus satyiilana Being the only organ of jouiiialism open to the students , you should have the lesponsibihty of allowing them to speak as they wish without cutely mutilating then statements Richard R . Brookm . in 63 Letters to the Editors Dietz Tubers Offer Succor To the Editors : We would like to use the facilities of the College Reporter to extend a formal invita...

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Dr . J . Washington To Speak Sunday [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 March 1965

Dr . J . Washington To Speak Sunday The Rev Di Joseph R \\ _ishins ; tun , Ji chaplain and _assistant pi fe ssor of religion at Dickinson C oik a will spe ik at chapel sen ices _Snmlii it 11 am in Old Mam Ch . i |) _il Ms topic will be _DcjiIiIcs-. lit and Lifeless Death The authoi of Black liilivinn I !&amp;gt;• _Xeiiio and Chnttianiti in I « Stales Washington has bci Did inson since 1963 He _seivo k Dc w of Chapel at Dillaid Univci in N l Oilcans 1961-63 and w i _w « iai &amp;lt; Piotcstant Chaplain foi _K Ll vtisity fiom 1958-61 A native of Iowa , he h 1 _M in Sociology fi om the 1- wlv Wisconsin a BD fi _« i ¦» tl 11 Newton Theological Sch &amp;gt;» ( l doctoiate in Thcologv fion H 1 Unvcisity School of Thro Air Your Vie WWFM will present « dcI 11 Speak , a new feature c I 1 * ent program Spotlite , ;¦ SuI j day eveninsr from 6 ° students may go to tin _^ l studios in the basement Hainan Hall to express t : _11 C on campus problems anc « c &amp;gt;

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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COMMENT F and Ms Student Body Needs a Student Council [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 March 1965

COMMENT F and Ms Student Body Needs a Student Council Editor s note- The following Comment written by Student Council _Ptesident Mike Yegg ) outlines Councils accomplishments and explains in detail why he feels that a vote of no confidence in next Wednesdays opinion poll is not the pi 0 pel may to impiove the _operation of student government on the F and M campus By MIKE YAGGY In a petition submitted to the Student Council for a poll a _jioup of fifty students have ask- ; d that the student body give a vote of no confidence to the Student Council It is the contention _jf this group that the piesent Council , as constituted , is incapable of lcpiescnting the best in- : « ests of the student body and of loing those things which they eel should be done Emotional In the Feb . 16 issue of th &amp;lt; REPORTER the _leadet of th &amp;lt; fifty students picsenting the petition _ptescntcd his ieasons wh ) the student body should give z no vote to the Student Council While his atticlc...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Campaign News Coverage-1 The Lancaster 'New _Era' [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 March 1965

Campaign News Coverage-1 The Lancaster New _Era \ This column is the second half of a scries dealing with the press coverage of the 1964 Presidential election The first half dcallt with the Huntley-Brmkley Show This half dea s with the performance of the Lancastc New Era . This part is a summation of a lengthy re port prepared at the Penn State School of Journalism It was prepared by G D Bolbach A partisan approach on ail levels—national , state anc local — marked the Lancaster ( Pa ) New Era s cover age of the 1964 political campaigns Standards of Study The New Era s coverage was studied both quantata tirely and qualitatively from Octo _^^^^^^^^^^«™ bcr 5 through November 2 The _^|^^| M _^^ following statistical categories is ere _^^^^ dH _?^! employed 1 ) number cf stone , re- _^ MBP _^^^ _t-fl porting on the activities oi state- _^ f _^» P A _^§ _J * . _fihS merits of the caindidaites , 2 ) num- mLM &amp;lt; Z _ _TaM bcr of other political stones favor- Hpf , _% v * £ JbJH ib...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 March 1965

Brookshire Receives $ 46 , 000 NIH Research Grant Piofessor Kenneth Biookshne chauman of the psychology dcpait ment has leceived a grant fiom _thi National Institutes of Health permitting him to continue his lesearch or behawoi stiess This grant , of ap . pi-o \ irnately $ 46 , 000 , will be _utilwcd in determining how env ironmenta ] and ncuiological events effect motivation changes Initiated in 1960 This piogiam was initiated 111 1960 aftei Biookshirc submitted proposals to a panel of experts in competition _ivilh many othci collegiate and uniicisity leseaich divisions Student asustants will be cmploved foi 3 yeais , ilso thiough the summer Scvcial publications concerning the study aie now completed , with others o follow Biookslnre claims that there s an excellent possibility of ob ~ . aimng a nothei subsidy in the late pnng 111 the icalm of $ 34 000

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 March 1965

Economics Trip The Economics Club is providing transportation for a field trip to hear R . L . Heilbroner , author of The Worldly Philosophers , speak at ( he University of Pennsylvania . Heiibroner will speak Monday . Those interested should sign up at the economics department office in Old Main . Admission and transportation are free .

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
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Psych Department Expands By Equipment Acquisition [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 March 1965

Psych Department Expands By Equipment Acquisition Working on the premise that first hand laboratory study and researcl yield greater re wards than textbook : and lectures , the psychology department of the College has been placinj heavy emphasis on laboratory work ir almost all courses since the fall ol 1962 Laboratory research in conjunction with classwork was made mandatory at that time as the College s psychology program was transferred from the Department of Social Sciences tc Natural Sciences New Equipment However , with this new emphasis on student lab work , the department was soon facing a critical demand for new equipment Today , Dr Kenneth H . Brookshire , department chairman , announced a majoi step toward _obtaining this _Equipment A National Science Foundation grant matched by a college appropnation late last fall gave the deparment $ 19 , 500 to work with , and recently almost all necessary items lave been obtained and installed Wide Range Numerous specimens , research...

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Ronald Wertz Named New Placement Director [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 March 1965

Ronald Wertz Named New Placement Director Ronald W . Wertz , director of stu dent aid at F and M has assumed nevi responsibilities as Director of Place ment . The appointment was announcec by College President _Ke-ith _Spaldms who said Wertz also will continue t &amp;lt; serve as Director of Student Aid Liaison As placement director , Wertz will be responsible for counseling students about vocational aims and career opportunities , Spalding said . Wertz will coordinate visits to the campus b &amp;gt; business and industrial recruiters , providing liaison with business and in-dustry-He will continue to direct the College s scholarship work award and student loan program He has been director of student aid at F and M since September , 1963 . A native of Lewistown , Pa , he was Dnector of Admissions at Juniata College in Huntingdon , Pa from 1960 to 1963 and Assistant Director of Admissions there from 1959 to I 960

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
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