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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 15 May 1961

ALUMNI NEWS Our Hazleton Campus Alumni Association continues its progress since its founding over three years ago. Each year, a number of students are graduated from the Hazleton Campus in the Associate Degree program. In addition, a number of students go to the Main Campus or to some other college to complete their Baccalaureate Degree Program. Both groups fondly remember their days spent atlhighacres. They write to us and keep their progress and whereabouts known through the Association. The purpose of the Association is as follows: to continue old friendships and promote new ones among its members; to further the welfare of its members by, among other services, keeping them informed about job opportunities; and to supply members with news by means of alumni association bulletins. Social activities are encouraged. Each spring our Hazleton Campus Alumni Association plans an ambitious, festive occasion to bring together all our Alumni. This year we will have a catered dinner...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 15 May 1961

OSGA OFFICERS ELECTED Robert Fisher, outgoing president of the Pottsville Center 3GA, was elected 1961-1962 president oi the Organization of Student Government Associations at the annual spring meeting last weekend. Our newly elected officers are Paul Miller, Hazleton Campus, vice president; Theresa Sardo_, Scranton Center, corresponding secretary; and Faith Szuhaj, Altoona campus, treasurer. Hearings on workshop reports from the March meeting and two general sessions were held during the two-day meeting. All the workshop reports were accepted in the first general session, after being discussed in the afternoon hearings. Some of the points recommended in the reports include a constitution and by-laws for the formation of the Keystone Society which will provide recognition for the "all-round student citizen" at each campus or center. The Service Key-Certificate workshop proposed awards to be given to those students who are active in student government. Plans to facilitate commu...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 15 May 1961

ICG NEWS Thirteen members of the Inter-Collegiate Conference on Government attended a convention at Harrisburg on April 13, 14, and 15th. The purpose of the organization is to foster an interest in governmental activities. The convention was in the form of a Model State Legislature and was attended by students throughout the state from schools having I. C. G. chapters. At the convention bills were presented to the group and debated. A speaker and clerk were elected by the delegates At a recent meeting of I.C.G...temporary .officers were elected for the Fall term. They are: Chairman, Paul Mi lie?; Secretary, Lois Lombardo. Advisors to the organization are Mr. Kidd and Mr. Amidon.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 15 May 1961

Editors Comment As an answer to this student's letter, I would like to thank him for his interest of what goes on at this Campus. You are one of the few students who take issue with what goes on and tries to improve the situations by constructive criticism. Too many of the students here at Highacres are apathetic to the events and circumstances that we students find ourselves from day to day. I hope that in the future all the students will support and take interest in all the ar.ti vi t. i fts anri affairs that are _connected . with the Hazleft' on Campus; and will from indifferenc and clique associations. Vol. 26 No. 9 May 25, 1961 Co-«ditors Paul Miller and Levi Kishbaugh Business Manager Rosemarie Carey Circulation Manager Fred Matthews Beporters Lois Lombardo, Robert Krutsick, Jim Marcolina, Jay Birt, and William Morgan Photographers William Slattery and Steve Clark Typists Robert Zelnick, Grace Ramaize, and Sally Switaj

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 15 May 1961

Letter to the Editor Dear Mr. Kishbaugh: In the last edition of The _Highacyes ColleoianTyou wrote an article that was titled "Racial Prejudice.¦Essentially, it dealt with the problem of the Negro. I would like to give yof My evaluation of this problem comparable to some of yotat comments. "Today's Negro _population, on the whole, is no better off than when they were slaves." This is taken from the core of your subject matter. The basis for that statement is non_= existant. We are not, still fighting over the racial issue. The Negro race is progressing par-excellence. In the North and in the West, the Negro enjops privileges denied other Caucasian nationalities. In only one geographic location, the deep South,is segregation an issue And not without good reason. These white southerners are born with an innate discomfort for the Negro. The Negor is born with an innate discomfort for the white. Only with the element of time and understanding will man be able to live in homogeneit...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 7 December 1961

HOLIDAY, "SKI" DANCES at SUB S.G.A. Keeps Active By FRANK SAUL Richard Bertolini, Harry Defina, and Glenn Schaeffer currently head Highacres S.G.A. as president, vice-president and treasurer _respectively. They were . elected during the S.G.A... election convention in- May of 1961. The S.G.A. for the 1961-1962 terms held its first formal meeting during the first week of classes. At that time members of the Executive Committee and subsidiary committees were appointed by the president. Joanne- Pretti, a first-term freshman, was appointed secretary; George Wanko was appointed chairman of the Social Activities..Committee; Dick Adami was again appointed. Commissioner og Fine Arts; Al Teneza was appointed Chairman of the Communications Commission; Sam O'Donnell was appointed Commissioner of Athletics. Activities sponsored by the S.G.A. to date include the follow ing: On September 22, the activities season opened with the wellattended Freshman Welcome Dance; on October 21, the S....

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 7 December 1961

Armand Batista, student from El Salvador, Nora Zahave, student from Israel, and Arne Bruckhause, student from Germany participated in a panel discussion at the World Affairs Club meeting in the Main Building on Nov. 28. The World Affairs Club is a new addition to the clubs at Highacres. Its first meeting, held on November 7, was a background discussion of the film Operation Abolition before it was shown on campus. The second meeting, held on November 14, was a. discussion of opinions formed concerning the film. In the second meeting, the extreme views on the movie were found by the majority to be lacking in objectivity. It was decided that there is need for more facts to be viewed from a less emotional point of view, and that there was a need also for education, rather than indoctrination. The aims of the World Affairs Club are threefold: (1) to better inform our students on the prob lems confronting our country and the world today; (2) to help students to form sound opinions on...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 7 December 1961

Registration Set For Winter Term •Registration for the' winter term will be held on Wednesday, Jan. 3, according to ¦ an' announcement made by Mr. William E; Schneider, Assistant Director of the. Highacres campus. • Under the current registration schedule; baccalaureate- students will report to South- Hall 101 for _registration • during, the morning sessions on the third;*. Associate degree students will report during the afternoon. All students must bring the following four items, with them at the time of registration, Schneider pointed out: Fee receipts,., pen (fountain.or ballpoint), cash' or checks to pay for texts and. materials, and student. identification card. ' ... "' . ' . Classes, for the. winter, term be_* ¦ -.gin on Friday, Jan. 6, at 8_^50 a. m. "Time schedule for registration day: " . ¦¦ ¦ "¦¦" Baccalaureate students — A-H, 8:00 a.m.; I-P, 8:30 a.m.; Q-Z, 11:00 a. m,?y . ; , Associate degree students — First-year EET, 1:00 p.m.; Second-year EET, £-.00 p.m.; Firs...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 7 December 1961

Christmas Fete Opens _Holiday Social activities at the Highacres campus will bracket the vacation period with two dances, the first of which will begin tonight at 9 in the Student Union Building. A Christmas affair, this evening's dance will feature live band; music by the Rhythm Ramblers; Unlike the practice in former years, the rule restricting attendance solely to couples, will no longer be in force. The dance will be an informal one. Concluding the student social activities program for 1961 will be a "Highacres Ski Lodge" dance scheduled for December 30, also to be held at the Union Building. Further details have not yet been announced. Decorations are in charge of Bill Petruska. Heading up the decorations committee for the Christmas dance tonight is Jill Faux, while Lee Zeisloft serves as chairman of the refreshment committee for. the. affair.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 7 December 1961

Las Vegas Night Recent Affair By JUNE FIEL The bandit milk machine in the Highacres cafeteria was joined by its chance-taking counterparts on the evening of November 24 when the Student Activities Association presented Las Vegas Night for the enjoyment of the faculty, students, and friends. From 8 to 12 p.m. the S.UJ8. was transformed into a nightclub to rival any west of the Mississippi. The dealers at each table were assisted by young lovelies dressed in appropriate attire, and. a spectacular floor show waft presented. Tickets were exchanged .for sums of play money ($2,500). Any money remaining after one left the tables could be used for chances on various door prizes which were on display.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 7 December 1961

PSU President Elected Head of . Engineers Council DR. ERIC WALKER President Eric Walker was elected president of the Engineers' Joint Council recently. Headquarters office for the _organisation, which includes ten member soccieties in its constituency, is in the New United Engineering Building, which Was dedicated recently with Dr. Walker as speaker.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 7 December 1961

vini LIBRARY HOURS m i w* __f__ ._ - — 1_f_1>A-k _a»_a_* *«*_£11 ¦ m tilth rne mgnacres nursry .wm » for two weeks during the Christmas vacation, according to an announcement made by Mrs. Mary Ferry, campus librarian. Vacation hours will run from 9 to 4, Mrs. Ferry declared, with the library open from Monday to.Friday. The library will close on Thursday, December 21. ..

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 7 December 1961

Ward Discusses Fallout Problems Mr. Gilbert Ward, Associate Professor of Physics at Highacres, spoke recently before the Hazleton branch of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers. Ward, who is also a member of the Highacres faculty committee for Civil Defense affairs, discussed the problem of radioactive fallout. Fallout, Ward pointed out, is the principal danger to those residing beyond a radius of approximately twenty miles from the point of a nuclear explosion. Those within the radius will be destroyed by immediate blast and heat effect at the moment of explosion. For those beyond the radius, though, the fallout is the major danger. As might be expected, the radiation dose is most dangerous nearest the explosion itself; however, wind currents can carry deadly material for long distances beyond this point. It is upon the direction of the wind that much of the fallout destruction will depend. Because of the effects of the wind, areas up-wind from a blast should expe...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 7 December 1961

WHAT PRICE FOR FREEDOM? EDITORIAL By CHARLES DICKINSON In this day of nuclear bombs which are capable of destroying large segments of population, we must ask ourselves this question: "What price must we pay to maintain our hard-won freedom?" This question can be best answered by looking at our adversary, communism.. The aim of the Communists is to overthrow democracy in the world. And they are doing it. Today they are in control of a third of the world's people and over one quarter of the earth's surface. This they have accomplished jn only 43 years. What have we been doing'to * combat this? We have been pouring foreign aid into countries which become Communist Russia's satellites anyway. We have merely sent threatening letters when Russia gobbles up one country after another. We have listened to their tirades in the U.N. and have tried not to cross Khrushchev too often—only when he attacks us personally. There is only one course left to us at this late hour. That is action....

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 7 December 1961

UNIVERSITY PARK PROFESSOR TALKS ON MODERN LIT. Dr. Bernard Oldsey, assistant professor of English at the Pennsylvania State University, spoke at the Hazleton Campus on Friday, November 17. He talked on "Aspects of Fiction," discussing good and bad fiction. The lecture was one of the Faculty Artists Series arranged, by-. the University to stimulate student interest in the areas of art, music, drama, and literature. Dr. Oldsey is a native of Wilkes-Barre and a Penh State graduate. He was appointed instructor at the University in 1950 and was named assistant professor in 1955. He obtained master of arts and doctor of philosophy degrees from Penn state also. His general research has been in the area of war literature and he is currently working on a book concerning war novels. His master's thesis was written on Stephen Crane's "Red Badge of Courage" and his doctoral dissertation was titled "Aspects of Combat in the Novel—1900-1950." He was a combat infantryman in the U.S. Army and...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 7 December 1961

HAVE YOU READ? Many students are unaware of the variety of periodicals available in the Highacres Library. Mrs. Ferry, our librarian, has made up a general list of articles appearing in these periodicals. The list is varied in content in order to appeal to all students. The list for this issue of the Collegian is: "What College Students Read" —Saturday Review, November 18, 1961. "The Economy Can Survive Nuclear Attack"-_^Fortune, Novem* ber 1961. "Picasso and His Public"—Horizon, November 1961. "Deterrence and Shelter" -— Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, November 1961. "Cartier-Bresson on Photography"—Photography, Nov., 1961. "Chromosomes and Disease" — Scientific American, Nov., 1961. "Fiorello's Finest Hour" -—¦ American Heritage, Oct., 1961. "Beyond Berlin"—Commentary. Nov., 1961.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 7 December 1961

LETTER TO THE EDITOR Friday, November 3, Mr. Daniel Flood, a member of the House of Representatives, spoke at Highacres... Notices had been posted in the HUB, announcements had been made over the loud-speaker for days fat advance, and members of I.C.C. and Student Government had "talked it up." We hoped for a good turnout at this lecture. Approximately twenty students were present. To this writer, this was an atrocious abuse of the right to meet, discuss, and take an active interest in our government... There is a great disparity between the attendance at any dance and the attendance at a lecture or a movie. The reason for this disparity is that most students feel that their education ends with the 4:40 bell. Any events which are held in the evening must be simply a chance to let off steam. Obviously, steam can be let off by doing the "Bristol Stomp," the "Pony," and the "Fly," but not by hearing Daniel Flood, seeing Operation Abolition, or All the King's Men. Come on, kids!...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 7 December 1961

wmColleglan Highacres HAZLETON CAMPUS' OWN NEWSPAPER Published by the Journalism Club of the Hazleton Campus of the Pennsylvania State University, Hazleton, Pennsylvania STAFF Charles Dickinson Fred Mathews Rosemary Carey Jill Faux REPORTERS Editor Business Manager Distributions Head Typist Sally Switij_, Caroline Egger, Eugene Riley, Frank Saul, June Fiel, Loren Bittner, Georgine Chernesky Faculty Advisor Mr. Thomas Price " "

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 7 December 1961

Shelter Use of Main Building Contemplated Present fallout protection plans for the Highacres Campus contemplate utilization of the Main Building for fallout shelter housing, according to an announcement by Mr. George Nelson, chairman of the faculty committee on Civil Defense problems. Nelson informed The Collegian yesterday that the committee, which also includes Mr. Ward of the Physics Department and Mr. Foster of the Engineering Department, is investigating the use of the Main Building's basement floor for fallout shelter purposes. The Main Building, shown above, contains a lower level running the full extent of the edifice. Basement rooms currently include drafting laboratories, library stacks, service areas, and The Collegian office. Heavy construction of re-enforced concrete used in walls of 1 V2 to 2-foot thickness, together with stone masonry veneer, gives the building efficient protection against the entrance of deadly gamma rays. It was this consideration, Nelson ...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 7 December 1961

MEET YOUR PROFESSORS MR. ROBERT EPLER A recent addition to the Highacres history faculty is Mr. Robert Epler, who taught at University Park last year. Before teaching at college level, Mr. Epler taught for five years in the Public Schools in Lancaster, Penna. Mr. Epler received his B.S. degree from Millersville State Teacher's College, Pennsylvania, in 1955. He then went on to receive his M.A. from the University of Delaware in 1960. Mr. Epler is currently working on his Ph.D. at Penn State. Mr. Epler has been married for four years, is the father of a four month old daughter, and says, "I highly recommend it (marriage)." The Epler family resides in Conyngham Valley, and likes living there very much. When asked how he likes Highacres, Mr. Epler replied, "I have a very favorable impression of Highacres. Its small size permits closer personal contact between the faculty and the students." His activities here include sponsoring the World Affairs Club and co_« sponsoring the I.C...

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