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

, STUDENT COUNCIL HELD _241SICTING- The Student _Gcurveil held a _meeting on 2_^:.ida?/, 3ep_\ ember 26» The order of business follows: _1. | 4? I00_,00 was received from the main campus for the Hi_£hacres _budget. This is a:. _r)ro:cimately f90G<>00 less than the _figure requested e The result must be the _cutting of totals requested by organisations where felt needed. 2. The Annual Junior _College Conference is to be held I-Tov. 4 and 5 at _Hichacrest 3. Tentative Social Activities Calendar; The Social and Arts Committees will provide activities for Friday nights_^ This Friday . , September 30, a re-cord dance will be held. 4« The _following persons were appointed as committee heads; Mr, John Hi!:ula.k—^Social Activities Mr. Lev! _Kishbau_^h-Sports *#«*¦ •»#*¦ <_i * -t- 41. <!. _4t A!. J_% it

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 30 September 1960

FKESHMAlf POLITICS President - Paul "Dan " Miller Student Council Vice President - Rieherd _Ademi Kenneth Warner Secretary - Betty Ann Acri _Barbara Dagostin Treasurer - Francis Fertally Stan Oberrender * * ? # # Wo, the above named, if electedpledge ourselves to strive to the best of our abilities in achieving the most desirable and practical goals for the student body of Highecres_. We will not males any ridiculous promises that we will be powerless to accomplish. We will, however, try our utmost to see that the following _proposals are explored to their utmost potential. Student Radio ProgramJ With the co-operetion of WAZL radio station in Hazleton, we hope to institute a weekly fifteen minute program arranged and produced entirely by Highacres students. XeerbookJ We propose the formation of a yearbook edited and staffed by students of Hazleton Campus. Student Union Boardi We advocate the formation of a Student Union Board to co-ordinate and plan social activities et Highac...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 21 October 1960

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Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 21 October 1960

THE COLLEGIAN STAFF Editor.• .Robert Zelnick Asst. Editor.....#?Robert Petras ij .Ass»o, Editor,»*,••• Grace Ramaize _, Art Editcrs...,...oLaureen Houser Randy Allen _t [¦ Sports Editors •••••Jim Sczecina I Dave Leonard Political Editors. «Levi Kishbaugh Paul Miller Public Relations.*.Lee Pollock Circulation Mgr....Ernie Eckert Business Mgr »¦>.._„.« Pat Reteneller Faculty Advisor_,««,.Prof. Kafka Reporters..........Jay Birt Frank Fertally Charles _Fux Pat Lockard Joanne Rossi Richard Swank Sally Switaj Typists«. o......e«(.Robert Krutsick James Marcolina _Volume 26, Number 2 Friday, October 21, I960

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 21 October 1960

A SALUTE TO OUR JANITORS Fall is that time of the year when our landscape exhibits its natural maize of coloring, inspiring the student to seek advancement among this display of Nature' s wondrous capabilities* Indeed_, we are fortunate to have our campus set apart from the carefree world * This gives us an opportunity to pursue an education amidst the glorifications of Nature° However, Nature is aided tremendous* ly by the constant pursuit of duty practiced by the janitorial staff at Highacres. Have you noticed how clean our surroundings are kept? Have you taken note of the wel3-iy. .utivated lav/ns? Nature provides the means to develop them, but the janitors care for them. Not only is our campus kept superficially clean, but it is easy to note the cleanliness which pervades throughout the business end of our colleges the classrooms * The Collegian takes this opportunity to congratulate the janitorial staff for the fine work they are _doings Certainly, it is their job; but ...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 21 October 1960

_NATIONAL NtTRSPAPFR W .m This reek re are observing National Newspaper week. This occasion is am excellent time to serve a reminder to _°11 "meric_^ns of * _nrecious facet of the _^m_^ric_^n he _ritage i?re enjoy —freedom of tha press, Tn our _American rill of Rights are these words hammered into the First A—mendment by our Founding Fathers ^' Congress shall make no law , . abridging the freedom . • of the press*11 The statement calls for reflection on that amendment for n moment, and continues with " The language is simplej the admonition is stern, and it is negative. " Precisely, they tell the government what it shall not do regarding a free press. That is the 'merican philosophy of freedom of the press which our newspap.-rs have enjoyed since the adoption of the _Constitution , one hundred and seventy three years ago _. The I960 _celebration of National Pe-'spar_>er T-'eek comes at _^ time _iirhen the free press is _engaging in avaliint struggle _against the forces ...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 21 October 1960

IFD YOU KNCF? The dollar wag qdopted by the Congress existing under the _A rticles of Confederation in 1785 as the official monetary unit of t' _^e T_* . S.. _^BBHf-JBBBBBHBBBBBBBBBB:-_* Legend says Damocles, a flatterer in the court of Dionysius the _^ld er of Syracuse, w_*s seated at a royal h_^^r_^^t with a sword hung over his head b y a single _horsehair. _^BBHBBBBB«WBBBBhB:~>H<--X--S8SThe first recorded patent for a typewriter _was taken out by Fenry Mill in 1714. Booth larkington wrote "Seventeen " _^sbbbbhbbbbbj-_^^ s_^_mr_^bbj-George Washington w_^s fifty-seven when he was inaugurated as President in 1789. iWBBBHHBWBBBBBBHBBBS-SHHB_*- The _fastest mile on record .. (3". %_\ ) w_^s run b y Australian sprinter Herb Elliott on a tr~ck in Dublin, _Ireland , on August 6, 1958. •_JBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW_* .Rhode Ir -l _n nd, the smallest state in the Union, has the longest name. Officially, it is "The State of Pchode Island and Providence _Plantations." #-;BBBB...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 21 October 1960

ITKBaSDUM VP _EQUTXITI By Lev! _Ushbaueh This is _ono of America's _greetest cries. We claim thet this is one of our greatest assets over the Communist countries of the world. But , as usual, this is merely lip-service , es ore many of America 's cries that are supposed to make her better then other countries of the world. Just how much equality is grented to people vvho may be in the minority in roce _» creed , or color? Naturally * I am leading up to the I960 presidential _campaign, I have _heerd many people sey that they don: t went a Cotholic in the White House end y/hen asked the reason *.vhy_£ they give ridiculous answers. They say thet Kennedy is too youngj some even come up with the most ridiculous _answer that I have ever heard—"Kennedy will give the country to the Russians. " > United Ststes would refuse to fight! This is as stupid as the idea that Senator Kennedy would be partisan toward the Pope Let's remember that both Mr. Nixon and Mr. Kennedy are politi...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 21 October 1960

- HOUSING COMMITTEE - HOUBE OF REPRESENTATIVES - Pleese do something about our house<""the roof leeks _^ I was having dinner during the storm last night t and the roof leaked so badly that I finished my soup thi_^ee times I SENATOR DSMIS CHAVEZ _WASHINGTON, D»C. Dear Senators In how many states is sex illegal? SENATOR GORDON ALCOTT WASHINGTON, DcC Dear Senator? Why should it take a million laws to enforce Ten Commandments? #*«***#*KHMXH _M KXXMMXX*XM#*#***H

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 21 October 1960

POLITICAL MAIL BAG SECTOR- EVERETT DIRKSEN, WASHINGTON. n..C_. Dear Senator: I was listening to your speech in the Senate- today in wh-ch you said whet we need isi: a working majority-.11 Wouldn 't it have been better if you had said "a majority working?"

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 21 October 1960

B. ACADEMIC _3EAR _APppgD AT, PENN STATE The Pennsylvania State University has announced the adoption of a fourterm academic year. Dr* Eric A* Walker , university pre sident, said the change will go in effect at University Park and at the fourteen affiliated campuses June 15? 1961, when a ten-week summer term will begin* The summer term will extend from Ju_©e 15 to August 24. The fall term will run from October 2 to December 12, the winter term from January 3 to March 13, and the spring term from March 21 to May 31c All terms will run ten weeks_. The present academic year consists of two semesters of fifteen weeks eacho Under the new academic year, clsss periods will be lengthened from fifty minutes to seventy five minutes, _xvith a twenty-minute interval between classes_. However, total time spent in classes will remain unchanged, so will course organization and credit structure. The tuition also will remain the sameo The student who now pays $4-80 tuition for two semesters (...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 21 October 1960

TO ALL STUDENTS _- We are requesting all students who plan to return to the Hazleton Campus for the Spring 1961 semester to pre-register before November 4-th on the follow' ing basis* Week of Oct _* 17 ¦ »• _? 3rd-sondster students Week of Ocw 24- "— 2nd semester studeo. _' _ws Week of Octo 31 —~- 1st- samect--r ¦*.-*. .:,_L ^~^s Students who do not plan to return to the Hazleton Campus for _sprang term classes should report that fact to Mro Schneider as soon as possiblec Cheek the rules that govern pre-registration on the bulletin boards_. Late registration fee of $2»00 may be put into effect for late pre-regist» ~ rantso

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 21 October 1960

_TTTT _OTvnnW WnTTIT «_T» nAT» n n v _nn nn n^\ n » n a «• _niinnnnnnn n PARKING AND TRAFFIC REGUMTT'_^_B FOR COMMOME/LTH C/I5PUS STUDENTS OH _UMBTERSir PARK CAMPUS Student parking and traffic regulations _, including penalties fox violations , as established for the _University Park » Campusj will be enforced for all students of the University_, ¦ regardless of the _particular campus which the student attends 11 Commonwealth Campus students who wish to drive cars on the University Park Campus are not required to register their cars or purchase parking permits at University Parko Any regulations concerning registration and parking pernits as established at each Coranonwealvih Campus will be honored when these cars are on the University Park Cnmpusy permitting parking under the University Park student t-egulptions.,

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 21 October 1960

_J)/\_nc £ iniu -_£fi_^2fia ERIBAY j October 2S_? I960 (Student Union Building) 9 PJJ_. til Midnight MIBIC Bis TUT? TnTTf _MflHt IBS

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 21 October 1960

SORORITY HELD ANNUAL HAYRIDE On Saturday, October 15, the Theta Sigma Pi sorority held its annual hayride Leaving the Student Union Building . at 7*30 PcMo_, the party made its leisurely way to the _3tate Police Grove im-St_. Johns where a weiner (,?) roast and dancing were enjoyed by the girls and their dates. From reports, everyone had a wonderful time0

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 21 October 1960

IT****** ****** *-****** * THE TITAN AMD APPALACHIAN SPRING FRIDAY: 9 December I960 "The story of Michelangelo, the Titan of Art} his life, his workhis timeso A film that has won awards and critical acclaim the world overo Pulitzer Prize winning musicj the only full-length Martha Graham ballet on film. Martha ' Graham designed the dances for Oklahoma. "

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 21 October 1960

NOTICE Students are requested to keep brief cases on the racks downstairs or in the clothes ' closet upstairs in the Main Building, Do not place them on the ¦ Mr# Schneider

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 21 October 1960

********************* THE SEVENTH SEAL FRIDAY: 10 February 1961 n A Swedish film triumph of Ingmar Bergman, Sweden ' s greatest director, THE NEW YORK TIMES_:'An uncommon and ¦fascinating film '; THE CLEVELAND PRESS: 'Probably will be one of the greatest filnrv? foreign or domestic, of all time. "

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 21 October 1960

ANIMAL FARM AND HENRY MOORE FRIDAYS 10 March 1961 "George Orwell's famous fable that attacks Communism and Socialism on their own terms. This film is animated cartoon art at its best. Full color, political satire. "

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 21 October 1960

ON THE _WATERFRONT FRIDAY: 7 April 1961 "Marlon Brando ' s Academy Award Performance, eight Academy awards in all-. A picture well worth seeing again.?_.and againu n

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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