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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 17 May 1960

Our Versatile Professor Steel (By Don Spina) During these last few weeks of the spring semester, one may have observed the outdoor classes held by one of our distinguished professors, James R. Steel, Jr. Students have had the opportunity to see him teach in the classroom, but few know much about his other numerous activities. Professor Steel received his B.A. at the University of Pennsylvania, and went on to receive his Master 's Degree at Duke University, North Carolina. This year marks his sixteenth year as an instructor for the Pennsylvania State University. During this time he has taught physiology, botany and zoology, and has been the advisor of' the Highacres' Natural Science Department. One of his main hobbies is music. He has a serious, enthusiastic interest in the composing of music. Professor Steel's great interest in this art can be exemplified when we remember the "Evening of Tropical Music" which was held in the Student Union Building, during this spring semester....

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 17 May 1960

Final College-Community Chorus Concert- to be Held The Pennsylvania State University College-Community Chorus of Highacres will present (date to be announced later) an Annual Spring Concert, conducted by Miss Pearl Garbrick. The selections are these: Sacred Service by Ernest Bloch; The Main Deep by A. Gordon Wilcox; Chorale on Wisdom by A. Gordon Wilcox; Madrigals; The Silver Swan by Orlando Gibbons; Welcome, Sweet Pleasure by Thomas Weelkes; Your Beauty, It Allureth by Thomas Weelkes; Now Is the Month of Maying by Thomas Morley; To Thee the Holy Ghost by Wasner. The members are as follows: Soprano voices—Kdwina Koland, Cathy Clyde, Antoinette Curcio, Margaret Lloyd, Mrs. Stanley Lloyd, Grace Purdy. Alto voices — Elizabeth Esher, Elizabeth Bodenstein, Jeannette Feldman, Charlotte Phillips, Susan Schwartz. Tenor voices — Edward Davis, Joseph Jumpeter, Richard Allison, Ronald Rickert. Bass voices—Gordon Wilcox, John Schmidt, Basil Augustine.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 17 May 1960

Great Literature Course Completes Active Year The fifteenth semester of the Highacres Great Literature Course completed the current semester on May 3 with the discussion of Plato's Theaetetus. This literary club meets at Highacres on periodic Tuesday evenings. The other books discussed this year were Herman Melville's Moby-Dick; Euripedes' Medea; Ernest Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises; John Woolman's Journal; and The Little Flowers of St. Francis of Assisi. Plans are being formulated to continue next fall with the reading and discussion of ten modern novels and other books to be decided. Membership is open to all except day-time students. Professor Andrew Kafka moderated this course.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 17 May 1960

GREETING FROM THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT The leaders of health and health education within a few years will come from our college students of today. Are you helping to make a better community life since your leaving college or your completion of your course ? Our great reward is to hear of your success and achievements. We like to see your continued interest in us, wherever you are, to greet you any time you can return. Leah Kostenbauder

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 17 May 1960

" 'Easy come easy go' is a saying as applicable to knowledge as to wealth." —Herbert Spencer.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 17 May 1960

SPORTS HIGHLIGHTS THROUGH THE YEAR The athletic program at Highacres consists mainly of basketball on the intramural level with some participation in the Penn State Center League. This year the winner of the intramurals represented Highacres in games against Scranton and Wilkes-Barre Centers and Keystone Junior College. We are grateful to Professors Esher and Defina for their assistance in the intramurals, and also to Mr. David Van Ormer, who staunchly drove the team to away-games. The members of the team were awarded sweatshirts along with medals, which will be presented at Convocation. The bowling program consisting of a co-ed league also completed a successful year. Anthony Roman received a trophy for the highest individual average. Spinning with Spina By Don Spina The $7.50 (approximately) asked for the new parking lot is only half of the $15 registration fee for student vehicles at the main campus. Sounds like a fair deal here! For those girls transferring to the main c...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 17 May 1960

Highacres Well Represented At Main Campus Twelfth Annual Reading Festival The trip by these participants was the " awards" given them as the four winners of the Second Annual Interpretive Reading Festival held in our SUB. The following are the selections and students who participated: The judges were Miss Meralda Brennan, Spanish Department; Mrs. Elizabeth Bodenstein, German Department and English Department; Mrs. Mary Ferry, Library Department; Dr. Henry Pater son, Superintendent of Hazleton Schools. campus at The Twelfth Pennsylvai at University Park Campus. On April 28, 1960, the winners of the Highacres Second Annual Reading Festival held here on March 29, 1960, Joan Yencho,1 Basil Augustine, Fred Keller and Gean Ackerman, attended the full-day session of the Twelfth Annual Main Campus Reading Festival. They participated by presenting the following selections: Gean Ackerman presented "The Beautiful Story" by Michael Foster. Robert Frost's "The Death of a Hired Man" was...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 17 May 1960

Spring, A Villain? Spring! Friend or Foe? This is a question that faced many of the students here at Highacres this week. Your inquiring reporter received several reactions, and some students were even talented enough to put their ideas and impressions into poetry(?). Anna Colancecco had this to say in answer to the question "Is spring friend or foe?": "Much to our dismay, it is a lot of both. We all welcome the change of weather that accompanies spring, but it is precisely that change that is also our 'foe.' W ho feels like sitting in a warm, stuffy classroom for the greater part of a beautiful day? Not very many students, I'm afraid. But, there is also a positive side to the situation. In just a few weeks, summer vacation will be here. No more books, no more school work, no more studying! So, if we keep in mind the near future, the present condition can be tolerated." Joe Bolitsky thinks that spring is a good time to lie down under a nice shady tree and sleep. WILLIAM MACE...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 17 May 1960

Gala May Day Planned By The Theta Sigma Pi Sorority THETA SIGMA PI SORORITY GIRLS in the Hi_^hacres Gardens The annual election for May Day was held by the Theta Sigma Pi Sorority. The results are as follows: Sophomores I Queen — Mary Lou Zukovich; First Attendant — Anna Marie Colancecco; Second Attendant — Joan Yencho; Scroll Bearer — Edwina Roland. Freshmen Maid of Honor — Barbara Jarick; First Attendant—Dolores Ritsick; Second Attendant—Anna Rose Melfi; Key Bearer — Connie I Belletiere; Heart Bearer — Kathy Fogarty. This crowning ceremony will take place on the afternoon of May 21. In addition, a formal dance will be held that same evening in the Student Union Building. An invitation is extended to all students who wish to attend. Various committees are completing the arrangements for this affair and will make their final report at the next meeting. Mrs. Elizabeth Bodenstein is the faculty sponsor.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 17 May 1960

Ann M. Stish, freshman in elementary education; John A, Boccadori, freshman in engineering; Anthony Salvaggio, freshman in arts and letters; Levi Kishbaugh, freshman in arts and letters; Frances R. Pannulla, freshman in elementary education; Thomas R. Malarkey, freshman i n secondary education; Richard W. Dugan, freshman in business administration; Joseph J. Bolitsky, freshman in mineralogy; Donata A. Matteo, freshman in arts and letters; Basil A. Augustine, freshman in secondary education; and Allen C. Saul, freshman in arts and letters. Accompanying the students were faculty advisors David C. Amidon, instructor in history and political sciences, and J. Thomas Kidd, Student Union Building manager. Seventeen students attended the annual convention of the Intercollegiate Conference on Government over the recent weekend in Harrisburg. Among the students in attendance were William H. Fichter, freshman in psychology; Robert A. Perugini, freshman in secondary education; Barbara M. ...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 17 May 1960

Hazleton Highacres Campus Enjoys Its Diversified Extracurricular Program Student Government Association, Co-Ordinator Of Student Activities, Ends Active School Year The Hazleton Campus Student Council members are: Joe Rodzewich, President; Bot Perugini, Vice-President; Barbara Jarick, Secretary; Rocco Ditolvo, Treasurer; Frank Costabile, George Hayden, Nancy Bradney, Joe Bolitsky, Levi Kishbaugh, Representatives. They have had a busy semester, coordinating a number of activities. They wish everyone success in examinations and a good summer. Professors John Longo and Richard Mattern and Mr. Thomas Kidd are the faculty advisors.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 17 May 1960

GUEST POET: Oafishness Sells Good, Like An Advertisement Should I guess it is farewell to grammatical compunction, I guess a preposition is the same as a conjunction, I guess an adjective is the same as an adverb, And "to parse" is a bad verb. Blow, blow, thou winter wind, Thou art not that unkind Like man's ingratitude to his ancestors who left him the English language for an inheritance; This is a chromium world in which even the Copley-Plazas and the Belvederes and the Book-Cadillacs are simplified into Sheratons. I guess our ancient speech has gone so flat that we have to spike it; Like the hart panteth for the water-brooks I pant for a revival of Shakespeare s "Like You Like It" I can see the tense draftees relax and purr When the sergeant barks, "Like you were!" And don't try to tell me that our well has been denied by immigration; Like goes Madison Avenue, like so goes the nation. Ogden Nash

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 17 May 1960

THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY HAZLETON CAMPUS WOMEN'S AUXILIARY REVIEWS HIGHLIGHTS FOR 1960 1. Co-sponsored lecture given by Prof. Philip Young with the College Arts and Belles- Lettres Society and served refreshments after the lecture. 2. Sponsored a social hour with refreshments after College Arts Society presented the film The Bicycle Thief. 3. Helping Mr. Kostos with his landscaping project by planting an ornamental tree in the garden, floral plantings around the flag pole and fountain, and purchasing fountain ornaments. 4. New curtains for the library. 5. Supplying 15 0 new salad forks for the S.U.B. 6. Assisting the Sorority by serving refreshments after the May Day Program. 7. Featured Miss Jean Ackerman, a winner of the Second Annual Reading Festival, to entertain in the Auxiliary regular meeting via an interpretive reading.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 17 May 1960

Highacres To Offer Two Summer Sessions Present Hazleton Campus students and high school graduates_, considering entrance to Peni State this fall, who are interested in taking summer school work on the Hazleton Campus, are invited to report their interests to Mr. Schneider. Tentative courses are: (Observe the exact dates) Elements of Composition 0 — August 15 to September 2. Elements of Composition 0 — July 25 to September 2. Composition and Rhetoric 1 — 3 credits—July 25 to September 2. Algebra—Math 2—3 credits — August 15 to September 2. Algebra—Math 2—3 credits — July 25 to September 2. Differential Calculus — Math 42—4 credits—June 13 to July 22. General Physics — Phys 235 — 5 credits—July 25 to Sept. 2. Effective Speech — Spch 200 — 3 credits—July 25 to Sept. 2. Students from other colleges may register for these courses with permission.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 17 May 1960

PRICE OF LEARNING "Not one student in a thousand breaks down from overwork." —William Allan Nielson. "There is no perfect gift without great suffering * * *. Now and henceforth it is meet that you cure yourself of laziness." —Leonardo da Vinci. "The roots of education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet." Aristotle.—

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 17 May 1960

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 30 September 1960

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Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 30 September 1960

We Welcome, Our Sophomores,, and, Freshnien At this date we are no longer starting the fall semestero We are well underway and in that period when sophmores a£e in the midst of better things after the summer monotony. Even our new freshmen are becoming old freshraen, learning what is expected of them and _learning where they are gc&ng. If not, it may be well to take inventory now, with special emphasis on thos® services which permit students to help themselves. For example, strict attention to classroom procedureshints from faculty advisors, _review of counseling test results, and further discussion of long-range curriculum plans. Most students attending the Hazleton Campus do well in their studies * _le are proud of that. But possibly that is expectedbecause they did well during their previous schooling. We hope the good performance continues, both for the baccalaureate degree students taking the formative years at the Hazleton Campus before transferring to University...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 30 September 1960

The Highacres Collegian Editor R. W, Zelnick Asst. Editor..... R» Petras Assoc_. Editor ....Grace Ramaize Art Editors _Loureen Houser Randy Allen Sports Editor.....Jim Szcecina Dave Leonard _Political Editors_«Levi Ksihbsugh Paul Miller Faculty /,dvisor.#.Frof« Andrew Kafka Staff members........* Francis Fertslly Charles Fox Pot Locksrd Joanne Rossi Richard Swank Jay Birt Typists•••«»..»»«»»•• R* Krutsick J. Marcolina Skip _Reteneller Volume?*, Number 1 September 30I960

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 30 September 1960

Sorority Holds Elections The Theta Sigma Phi Sorority of the Hazleton Campus recently held a meeting in which officers were elected. Following is a list of the officers: President; Connie Belletiere Vice-president: Nancy Frye Secretary: Barbara _<T arick Treasurers Sally Sv,*itaj Publicity Chairman: Lois Lorabardo Executive Committee Member? Eathy Fogurty Following elections_, the matter of a Hayride was brougho up» It was decided that it would be held on October 15. Two new rules were presented to the sorority. The first was that absence from three consecutive meetings without a valid excuse was reason enough to be not included as a member.- , The second was that all dues for this semester which are .|1.50 must be paid by October 15. In addition, the freshmen were presented T ."ith their initiation instructions * Initiation was carried out during the course of the past week_. Also, the president appointed a program committee _J Chairman; Dolores Ritsik AbsitantsJ Evely...

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