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ew Group Therapy Center Will Provide _» tter Guidance Through Common Needs [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 25 September 1964
ew Group Therapy Center Will Provide _» tter Guidance Through Common Needs By GERRY MARCUS | istration and friends of the college th the demise of the proverbial Just this year , through the generosity a &gt; ee Joe College from the cami , _n , cene has come the entrance into ; o _- ; es and universities of a more erous minded , aware and academic- ] l r oriented student body . 1 . s reat change reflects the Lar _^ es in the nature of the society n _hich we live . Society demands nois of us and we in turn demand nor _., of ourselves Increasingly the ollcge has become less the isolated phcre of erudition and respite from he responsibilities and consequent ensions and anxieties which pervade he modern world College Must Guide Also It has now become the job of the ollcge not only to instruct in the aca- [ etmc sense but to help the student Dr . Irving B . Guller ind vocational and philosophical direction in the crucial per iod of change Erom adolescence to adulthood I What is F...
College Scholar Plan Gives Individual Chance [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 25 September 1964
College Scholar Plan Gives Individual Chance By GORDON PRAGER The College Scholar Program at F and M was initiated two years ago to further the liberal outlook of the college curriculum and to provide those students \ _sho seek escape from a rigid progiam of distribution requirements and few electives with a way to assert their individuality m governing their respective educations During its first year of operation , the program accepted both sophomores and freshmen into its initial attempt The program allows the student to choose advanced courses in complete freedom from the distribution requirements that normally restrict such _choices Seminars Necessary Scholars must , however , enroll for the four college scholar seminars , one of the four being given during one of the two semesters of each year The semmai for freshmen scholars deals with Free Will and Determinism , and involves the reading of such authors as Dante , Milton , Camus , St Augustine , Hospers , Hume , and Anouilh T...
Who Was No . 28320 ? Dachau Plus Twenty Yet rs [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 25 September 1964
Who Was No . 28320 ? Dachau Plus Twenty Yet rs The . following is an . excerpt from a letter sent home during this past summer by senior Larry Raithaus to his parents . His tour of Dachau is poignant and stirring and deserves attention . August 21 , 1964 Dear Folk ? , The following is the account of my trip to Dachau which I promised to send you . It was quite an ordeal and I hope it doesn t upset youAmidst trie beautiful gardens of the small Gerniam village of Dachau , which was celebrating a gala folk festival for part of the summer , is concealed the memory of an epoch in modern history that reflects the worst treachery and misery , the worst atrocities man has yet known Living in Munich , just fifteen miles away , I had been harboring a passive , yet recurring compulsion to visit the notorious place of Nazi war crimes , the concentration camp of Dachau Today , however , it exists as a memorial to its thousands of victims and a reminder to future generations Hitchhiking from Muni...
Oblinger Recounts Experiences As Summer Intern for Findle y [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 25 September 1964
Oblinger Recounts Experiences As Summer Intern for Findle y By STEVE SINGER Carl Oblmger , an F and M sophomore from Springfield , Illinois , spent the summer learning the art of practical politics from a front row seat He vyorked as a research assistant in die office of Rep . Paul Findley , R-Ill Oblinger s interest in politics and government comes naturally His father Walter L . Oblinger , who is a farmed , also serves as Springfield City Attorney . His mother , Josephine Oblinger , serves as Sangamon County Clerk . PCEP Sponsorship His political internship post in Congressman Findley s office was sponsored by the Pennsylvania Center for Education m Politics The Pennsyl Carl Oblinger vania program is part of a larger national effort to encourage collegetrained people to engage in partisan politics . Members of the program must apply for their jobs to the Congressman who represents the party -of their choice He pays half their salary for the 6-wiek job and the foundationsupported c...
Baby Boom Bulge Swells U . S . Colleges' Enrollments [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 25 September 1964
Baby Boom Bulge Swells U . S . Colleges Enrollments 300 , 000 Mo . c This falls enrollment repnsints an increase of some 300 , 000 students o \ _cr last year s total and is about 600 , 000 students larger than 1962 s Estimate of 1975 enrollment run _abovi 8 3 mil lion Almost half of the recoi d-brcaking 2 3 million students uho uut gradu atcd from high school last spimg « iU be entering colleges and uunersitib this fall There will be _appioumateh 1 25 million first time students _thi &gt; fall , but some of these Mill be high school graduates of eaihci &gt; cnrs who delayed enrollment foi null tan scr _\ i « or other reasons Unless teacher loads an _sulistan tially increased , the hugi nuollmcni will necessitate hiring an _addition 18 , 000 college teacheis th &gt; year the Office of Education _citiuwtcs flu would mean a 5 1 per cent jiunp ° v ( r last years college _teachi-i _^ staff « 352 , 000 . Public Growth There has been a tremeix _ _ S &gt; ° u...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 25 September 1964
Freshmen Allowed Cars for First Time By DICK SCHUBERT For the first time in over two decades , freshmen at F and M are permitted to own and use cars on campus This decision came as the result of a decision , this summer by officers of the College Letter Sent In a letter sent to the parents of freshmen , Dean DePuy urged that any of you ( parents ) who are thinking about it to carefully consider whether or not you , wish to permit your son to have a car during his initial year . The letter went on to say that it is our feeling that freshmen who have cars may be tempted to ncgkct their studies In previous years , a number oi freshmen were found to have cars ofi campus , and it was hoped that a regulation allowing freshmen to keep cars here would encourage their personal responsibility to their studies . Inexperience Dean DePuy explained that freshmen are inexperienced and unused to the freedom here at F and M , and said further that it was felt that freshmen should learn to use their ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 25 September 1964
Chapel Attendance Newly Suspended The aim of the College is »&gt; . provide a worship program for the students on campus . Although the cUiches in town provide adequate s &lt; ¦ v ices for most denominations , a cham 1 service on campus not only makes n uisier for more people to attend chun h , but the service is directed at colley &lt; men and their problems Chapel Was Tuesday Years prior to this , chapil Mas held on Tuesdays and there wa ., , i lompul sory chapel rule The chapel senicc has been changed to Sunday and the compulsory rule is not in effect The only way chapel can be bcntfjcial to the college is on a voluntary basis The service held is non-denominational and anyone may attend Chapltain Taylor has attempted to work wath local priests and rabbis in the direction of establishing Hillcl awl Newman foundations on campus but at present it appears that the si 7 e ol the school does not make this t \ pe of situation practical . However , Jewish students...
ampus Politicos Jump in to Leap Year Fray [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 29 September 1964
ampus Politicos Jump in to Leap Year Fray Young Republicans By ELIOT IVANHOE • To clear up some of the misunderstanding _concerning our canl ate [ Barry Goldwater ] , Piofessor _Gcoige _Brittinafham addiessed t Young Republican Club last Tuesday evening in the Green K om . He warned not to Le misled by the theatrical actions and lab &lt; , of liberals opposed to Goldvvaitcr s candidacy . Brittingham Predicts Brittingham , who last year piedicted the nomination of Senator G _. / dwater , now predicts a Repi vcwber . The party , he believes , by _.. _ominating a man with _original ami dynamic convictions , rather than tr ) ig t 0 present a carbon copy of the other party s candidate Jrying to carbonize something weakens its effectiveness and originalit ) ¦ Brittingham suggested that the possible cause of Republican weakness and decline in recent years is the fact that the party had nothing original lo offer Why vote for the carbon party when you can vote for the original ¦ Othe...
In Forum Thursday Prof Haynie To Discuss Voter Registration Problems [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 29 September 1964
In Forum Thursday Prof Haynie To Discuss Voter Registration Problems By DICK SCHROT Professor Charles A . Haynie wil ! describe his efforts to create a different climate m our country Thursday in the Green Room His Repoit of _Fayctte County ( Tennessee ) Election , will be the second of the series of Student-Faculty Forums Negroes Helped Recognizing a need to help qualified Negroes to registe and to e _^ _-orc . _sc their democratic franchise , Haynie has been instrumental in organizing civil rights efforts n Fayette County for the last two summers His discussion will demonstrate proof that many qualified Negroes are denied the right to vote This is not only true in Fayette County , but in much of the South , according to Haynie Through a lengthy list of charges , Haynie will report undeihanded manipulations of all types which have hampered Negro voting rights—registrants often found that their permanent addresses had been changed , preventing their voting ; literacy was made a regi...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 29 September 1964
Students For Johnson By STEVE PARIN Addressing 120 students at the first meeting last week of Students foi Johnson , Dr . Sidney Wise quipped , I think ithat what happened tonight is a &lt; tnbute to Barry Goldwater . Wise further told the group , the twenty-ninth _organisation in the state . Chat the best thing that could happen to the Republican Party this November is a landslide for Lyndon Johnson . Most Anti-Barry Eighty per cent of Republican voters befoie the convention in San Francisco sand that their choice for the presidential candidate was anyone other than Barry Goldwater . Wise noted . There were 25 specific issues ehumcrated in the Republican platform ol 1960 which have been brought to a vote in the Senate , and the majority of Republican Senators have voted for 23 of these , he went on Barry Goldwater has voted no on all twenty-five Pittenger , OBrien Other speakers at the meeting were F and M adjunct government professor John Pittenger , Democratic candidate f...
Negro Summer PREP Program Brings Success , Disappointment [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 29 September 1964
Negro Summer PREP Program Brings Success , Disappointment By PAUL EISENBERG Fiom my point of view the piogram uas a success , commented Piofessoi Geiald Enscoe about the Pre-College Ennchmcnt Piogiam ( PREP ) which was conducted at F and M during the iummci Professor Enscoe , a member of the College s English department was ir charge of PREP He told the REPORTER theic was a subjective feeling we ( students and faculty ) hac about it Something Important Without exception everyone of the _teacheis and student tutors had the distinct feeling at the end of the eight weeks that most of the students in the piogram ( felt ) something important happened to them , Enscoe stated Fifty-five Negio high school students about to enter college were the par Professor Gerald Enscoe ticipants there are many Negioes whe are not considered capable by the u lute race because their cultural background has been such , according to Enscoe , that it has not been at one with the piedominant white middle clas...