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Orators Fare Well [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 18 April 1977

Orators Fare Well by Doxie McCoy Three black orators from Boston College participated in the annual Leonard Persuasive Speaking Contest. Our hats go off to Freshman Julius Flarper, who placed second in the contest. The speech communications major from Hartford, Connecticut, expounded on the topic: “Black Studies at Boston College Should be Expanded.” Seniors Tracy Jenkins and Kenniaah Samuels also made the final round. Julius Harper, a Speech Communications major from Hartford. Connecticut, expounded on the topic: "Black Studies at Boston College Should be Expanded.” He contended that an expanded program would benefit the students and the administration at Boston College. Since many BC alumni become administrators of the College, he stated that an early college education in Black Studies would have an effect on their operations as administrators and make them more responsible to the black students. He cited statistics showing a rise in the participation of students in Black Studies ...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
First Mini Expo, a Success [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 18 April 1977

First Mini Expo, a Success by Doxie McCoy Over 200 minority students registered for a successful Minority Mini Career Expo, March 25 and 26. On the first day of the Expo stu- dents met with institutions such as Channel 2 and the State House. 100-150 interviews were arranged for Saturday. The Expo was so successful that Kevin Duffy. Vice President of Student Affairs has agreed to fund the program next year. The Expo planning committee is in the process of soliciting feedback from the company participants. Large institutions such as 1.8. M. and Gillette have already said that they were very impressed by the students. They said they never seen a group of students as well prepared, seriousminded, and career oriented as the Boston College minority students. Planning Committee Chairman Floyd McCrory commented that students came to the Expo with the right attitudes concerning jobfinding. He said they knew few would receive jobs, but they had come to acquire valuable information about their...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Would you Believe [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 18 April 1977

Would you Believe by Monte and Carlo ...that Boston College is raising the price of housing $50.00 for shoebox rooms and sure to please -fire experience buildings. ...that the pvraminds of '77 are now Delta’s ...that the Ivy spring line of’77 are now AKA’s. ...that Mini expo is over!!! ...that spring has finally come ...that graduation is only 35 days away ...that Black seniors are sponsoring a formal ball and Phillvdog is in charge! ...that the Resevoir houses rats as well as students ...that Sigmund Freud suffered from migrain headaches ...that Black Studies is finally publishing its Literary Review ...that George Brickhouse is now Bob Hashaway courtesy of the “Heights” ...that Doxie has been accepted into Columbia University Grad. School of Journalism ...that Pat doesn't know Floyd’s number ...that Fenwick will be integrated next year ...that a mother donkey and zebra father have been crossbred to produce anew animal, the ZEEDONK! ...that approximately 21% of hourly wages per 8 h...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 18 April 1977
Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 18 April 1977

COLLAGE STAFF Fditor-in-Chief Doxie McCoy Cos Editor Daryl Logan Lenez McGhee Doreen L. Cook Odalis Gonzalez Alice McCrory Luke Blaize Myra Rodriquez Ernest Anderson Photos by Alice Slaughter and Darrick Garrett

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
CREATE [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 18 April 1977

CREATE by Althea Marie Purnell by Ernest E. Anderson by Althea Purnell by Kenniaah Samuel by Althea Purnell by Mayra Rodriguez by Angela Price Eagle land, the place that I hate W hen will von release me: open your gold painted gate. Let me out. send /;/<’ home, let me go free So my mind may rest, my tongue may relax and I can live and he me. Open the imitation gate that I dance and shout Shout with the seared dance: Thanking God I'm finally out. Don't think you were failures, you weren't totally had. ) ou helped me to appreciate the life that / already had. This place of Christ that explained my beginning which was of dust Did your Christ die that I may live in PREJI’ DICE? You taught me another thing that was many of my peoples' fate It's a feeling you have for me w hich is better know n as hate. Also you taught me to he paranoid, to retaliate and resent Along with to climb, hassle, and struggle for an accomplishment Pretty soon I'll he leaving here, hut not as you wante...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Notes From Hut’s Hangout [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 18 April 1977

Notes From Hut’s Hangout by Joe Hudson Good afternoon! Phil Jackson's favorite lunch is a hot pigfeet sandwich, cup of blackeye pea soup and the Uncola. While all the UCLA's and Michigan States lost A1 (pretentious) McGuire and Bo (secretariat) Ellis claimed the NCAA Division 1 Basketball Crown. Big Al. who retired from service w ent out in style of one John Wooden. Word has it that the David Silva Memorial Tournament happened this weekend at Roberts Center. This w riter w ill evaluate the tournament in the next issue. Jimmy the Greek and the Bricker Ricker-Super Slicker are picking the Wild Bunch Part II as the favorite to win the intramural basketball title. Question: Why is Don Marson so funny? Did you know that Phil Hazard is labeled the fastest man in New England. Phil, who's best race is the 60 yard dash, needs to subtract 3 seconds off his time to equal the world record of 5.9. Much discussion is going on these days on the dustbowl to discover if Bud Moseley can really dribbl...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 18 April 1977
Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 18 April 1977

JOIN COLLAGE TODAY The minority voice of Boston College

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 25 April 1977

COLLAGE The Minority Voice of Boston College Salute to the Seniors c*2 Graduation Weekend c-3 Would You Believe c-4

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Minority Director Looks Over First Year [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 25 April 1977

Minority Director Looks Over First Year by Mayra Rodriguez The Minority Student Program’s first year at Boston College is now coming to a close. Many faculty, students, and administrators are asking themselves whether the first year has been a success or a failure, and are looking to the future of the Program. Collage interviewed several people of the Boston College community. The following is an interview with Monrow “Bud" Moseley, the present Director of the Program: Q. What were the major objectives you set for the Program this year? A. Basically, 1 set out to acquaint myself with all facets of the school, to acquaint myself with students, develop and direct correspondence with the students, and lastly, to establish programs which would be beneficial to everyone at-large. Q. What did you succeed in accomplishing this year? A. Despite numerous obstacles which were put in front of me, I feel that I made myself available to the students as much as possible. Also, the newspaper. Coll...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Victim’s Results Different [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 25 April 1977

Victim’s Results Different by Lenez McGhee On Saturday, April 16, 1977 a fire broke out in Cheverus, an all female and almost all white dorm. Asa result, approximately fifty residents are being housed in Howard Johnson’s. According to Dick Collins, Director of Housing, there is a strong possibility that some students will not return to Cheverus at all this school year. On February 2, 1976 a similar incident occurred with not so similar results. A fire broke out in Mod 6-B, a modular that housed only minority males. Asa result of this fire, the residents were forced to find alternative housing arrangements for the remainder of the school year. Some found residence in Fenwick as two found housing arrangements off campus with no assistance from the university. Shocked and disillusioned by the sudden tragedy, the students wanted to remain together and combat the trying days to come as a cohesive group. When they asked if they could take up temporary residence in the Terrace Motel, until...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Summer Orientation Undergoes Changes [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 25 April 1977

Summer Orientation Undergoes Changes by Alice McCrory This year the summer orientation program will be altered somewhat from previous years. With changes taking place in the structure of the Black Talent Program to the Minority Education Prograa, the activities and the form of the summer orientation have also been resturctured to fulfill the needs of all minorities. That is, this year the orientation will be open to all incoming minority students. This will be inclusive of Asian, Black, and Spanish students. The orientation program will officially start July 11th and run through August 20th. Approximately sixty to seventy students are expected to participate in the program. It will be mandatory for approximately thirty of the seventy participants. The courses offered this summer will include English as a second language, individual reading and writing courses, college math, and calculus. The science courses that will be offered are chemistry and biology. Both science courses will in...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
From the Editor’s Desk [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 25 April 1977

From the Editor’s Desk From the Editor Thus ends the first successful year of Collage - the BLACK newpaper of Boston College. That’s right, I said BLACK. Asa senior editor who has seen and experienced a great deal at BC, I have these few thoughts to leave with you. I have seen a Black Talent Program in its early stages. I have seen a BTP in its successful developing stages. And I have seen a BTP snatched away under the auspices of developing anew and better program for MINORITY students. But I hesitate to believe that these are the main intentions of the University. It’s more like the filtering out of BLACKS. In addition there will be no BLACK dormitory. The BTP was fashioned as a student-run program. All BTP students were required to donate a certain amount of their time to the program. The philosophy has been “you help those that help you.’’ Though there is a Director of the Ninority Student Program, Monroe Moseley, the student work philosophy still prevails. I commend Mr. Moseley...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Our Self Image [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 25 April 1977

Our Self Image To the Graduates of the Class of 1977: The ideas of ourselves which our parents and other early authority figures gave us have a great deal to do with our self-image. Fortunately, we need not be forever the victims of all our earlier conditioning. We can change. People do overcome handicaps. We are not the blind victims of either heredity or environment, with no power to alter our destinies, but there is a divine inner capacity which enables us to be more than we are. It is important, however, that we do not deceive ourselves and that' we recognize the deep inner feelings planted there, and which still reside within. Why bother? Simply because self-honesty is essential to honesty with God. There are untapped resources in all of us. We can love more, be more, achieve more, and acquire more when we learn to cooperate with the divine laws of God and become willing to have his best for us. When we no longer fear his will but seek it as the supreme good for our lives, we c...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
BC Through the Eyes of a Senior [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 25 April 1977

BC Through the Eyes of a Senior by Odalis Gonzalez James Davis is a senior at Boston College enrolled in the School of Arts and Science with a major in history. Asa student of the class of 1977, he will be graduating this year into the working community. I asked James to give incoming minority freshmen and other underclassmen some tips on how to survive at Boston College. Davis views college as being a “research experience.” This research must be executed by the student himself in these three specific college-related areas: the courses, the professors, and the school community. James told me that the first two weeks of the semester are very important in determining whether the courses the student has chosen are acceptable to him. The student should get to know his professor and discuss the requirements for the course, therefore the student can determine whether it complies with his skills or capabilities. It is his opinion that when evaluating a course the student should not rely so...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Senior Tips [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 25 April 1977

Senior Tips by Daryl Logan What can you say to a senior who has been selected to Who’s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities, won twc speech contests in her junior year, past co-ordinator of BTP, a dean’s list student, and a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority to' name a few of her achievements? Following graduation, Kenniah Samuel will board a plane to Los Angeles, California, where she.will venture into the world of government and communication. However, before she departs, she would like to leave a few tips to the remaining black student population of Boston College Campus. 1. Make your library your best friend besides your self. 2. Have a roommate who is compatible and compassionate, instead of stingy and stuck up. 3. Stay away from the Dean of Students Office; that’s where your trouble starts. 4. Tell your professors not to give you an A because they think you are disadvantaged.'Show them you can earn them. 5. Utilize all of Boston College's resources, from ...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
A Senior Remembers BC [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 25 April 1977

A Senior Remembers BC by Daryl Logan Donna Burton is a senior sociology and urban affairs major at Boston College. She will soon be leaving Boston College to pursue her goals in the outside world. In reminiscing over her past years at BC, Donna can remember the past atmosphere here. She lived in Fenwick Hall her freshman year when it was 2/3 black. “All-night parties were frequent and everyone seemed to get along well. The environment of Fenwick helped to create an atmosphere of unity. My class is still very close." One of the reasons she gave for the unity was the atmosphere created by the upperclassmen in her class. Many of the upperclassmen had fought to get black rights on the Boston College campus. “Fenwick Hall was looked to as a black home for students in Boston, which is still the case.” On academics she said, “Academically, 1 do not have a hard time relating to professors. The most important thing in dealing with professors is communication. Students should go to professors...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Enter Newton College- Exit Boston College [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 25 April 1977

Enter Newton College- Exit Boston College by Doreen L. Cook Angela Burgos has been a student at Boston College for two years, majoring in Spanish literature. Her parents are from Puerto Rico, and she is from Brooklyn, New York. Originally, she applied and attended Newton College of the Sacred Heart, which was a women's college. After her two years there, Newton College consolidated with Boston College. Her reasons for being a BC student are different from those who applied to BC originally. “The personal contact with the professors at Newton College was stronger than with the professors of BC. Academic-wise, I found the courses offered at Newton College more challenging than those at BC. “One thing I do like about BC is that I got to know more people and more professors. “As for the future, I plan to work for a year after graduation. I’m still at the “interviewing" stage of the job hunting process. I do plan to attend graduate school and obtain a Master’s in Bilingual education or e...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Seniors, Do You Remember When?... [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 25 April 1977

Seniors, Do You Remember When?... The wine, ooh ooh, the wine. Students listen to a recruiter at Mini Expo 'll. (The second andlastßlackTalent^^ Sheri Haves -one of the very, very few black cheerleaders. Marching and saying, “BTP ves, Harrison no/'

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
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