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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 27 April 1956

(LAST) ¦ ' ; keep this paper alive during the past . > semester. T would like to .express my most sincere thanks to Bernie St ' ober for the oodperation and:unfailing effort in ¦ in making this paper the:success that it was .during the . season. Bernie . has served faithfully as _assistant editor and sports writer for the Collegian. . Russ Brungard Ed. ,, . _K A slice of watermelon was .a most wonderful and useful thing.in the early days. • _*fith one you could eat, dririk%* and wash your face.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 27 April 1956

STUDENTS__R|VTSE VEHICLE CODE Q»i.Should windshield be kept clean on a motor vehicle? A.?•No, people may be able to see what you are doing. _Q.i.l/hat does a flashing yellow light mean to you? A... There Is a traffic light there. Q,.._i_*hat should you do when being overtaken by another vehicle traveling in same direction which is . about to pass? A. • .Increase ' , speed drasti cally_> it may be a statie trying to flag ypu down, _QU._ftfeat should every driver do when approaching an intersection not protected by police or a traffic device?. A...Cross his fingers and hope a Penn State Student isn't approaching the Intersection from another direction. Q...i,iihat, should you do when signaled by a police officer to stop? A.*J)on_*_tl . • . Q.,,,'_7hat is considered a safe speed for night-time driving? " . ' . A...Parked. Q.,.How should the steering wheel be turned while a. vehicle is in motion? A... _Preferably with the hands _^ . y,..;ihat should you do when starting, ¦s...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 27 April 1956

GOTETRY?? Given: I love you.. Prove: You Love me. 1. I love you. 2i Therefore I am a lover. 3i All the world loves a love_^ U. You are all _tha world toMnei 5. Therofore you love me. (??¦?) * • ' •* # # *¦* # # ¦ ¦ ¦ " I:? '¦ ' ¦ STAFF raiS _^ TSSUE _^ Russ.Brungard .. . . Bernie Steber Larry Kowalski ' Rhoda Smulyan Joann _Kanvln •. Martha Preputnik Billy Smith Letter to Editor by Mr. .tiilcox Advisor Mr, Peightal Ai~M.St-M-ALM.M-M-

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 27 April 1956

_TT 7_T W TV _TT 7r _7_^ IT ALL TRANSFERRTNG _ KEN . All nien who are transferring to the main campus for the Fall Semester of f56 ara asked to fill out-a folder that may be obtained from . Miss Snyder in the main office. These folders are to be completed and re turnedj to the «, office as-soon as _possible. .' STUDENTS _REFATNtM AT'HTGHACRES . Don't forget your preragistrati on - schedule is on bulletinboardv. _Ji M. _*L _Jt _A<~ _JtC _AZ. At- _Jtf. Jti_,

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 27 April 1956

VETS__AND __ _STO._TO COURSES. Veterans who carry five or more credits during one of the summer _sessions are considered full time students and receive their full pay for the six weeks. Additional _i nformation may be obtained from Mr.. Noble on this subject.1 . . . ¦

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 28 September 1956

GR_^JETTNGS FROM THE HTGHACRES COLLEGTAN ' NETTSLETTER EDITION THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY, HTGHACRES CAMPUS, HAZLETON, PA. September 28, 1956 This year, the Highacres Collegian Staff, under new student management, hopes to continue to provide a campus paper that is _informative , Interesting, and adult In its articles. A college paper keeps everyone informed on the thousand-and-rone*-curricular and Extra-curricular activities that go on at Penn State, News items, ho?rever bri$£,, are eagerly anticipating by our students. Thus It tends to bring us all together_. The Collegian staff has many opportunities for. , _^any student interested in writing for putlication>?te J<_$89rnalism, in public relations, in student _government, i n social life, in sports, in miscellaneous humor, and, -above all, in the joy of group parti-.::ipat'Li)nu , In acMition to such advantages, work done for the Colleg j an is rewarded by the "blcssi_'ngs " of _tho Parnassus Socioty...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 28 September 1956

_NEWSLETTER EDITION

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 8 October 1956

' ELECTION RESULTS The election is over and it was a close race all the way. At the final counting of the ballots on Friday afternoon, it was revealed that Frank Franduto went ahead of his opponent Anthony Mercanti.no, to win the office of President. At the same time, Richard Hildebrand and Mary Merker, running_, with no opposition, were unaminously elected to the offices of Vice-presidsnt and Secretary-Treasurer of the Sophomore Class. On the Freshman ballot, Calvin Deitch came out on top for the offi ce of President. Earl Ries was elected to the office of Vice-president, and Lyla Berish won the seat of Secretary-Treasurer of the Freshman Class, Sophomores elected to represent the Class on the Student Council are Karl Rekas, Anthony Cassano, lobert _Petruska and Carol Mastroianni. Freshman members of the Student Council a.re_$ Barbara Ort, James Marnell and Joseph Balas. #•¦*¦#¦«•#•«•#•_# to perhaps clear things up for our •eaders, the Co l le _g ia n wishes to point )ut that...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 8 October 1956

MESSAGE FROM MR, KOSTOS T believe that the students, w i th the experience of the past two weeks of classeshave seased a high degree of fri endl y spi rit of helpfulness and cooperation that is so typical of the student bod y an d staff here at the Hasleton Center. We all hope that this spirit will continue throug hout the year and that you will not only take advantage of this opportunity to participate but also be a major part of it, The entire staff here at the Center welcome you to the growing body of Cent e r stu d ent s,, ise all wish you a most pleasant and profitable yeare F. Cs Kostos Adrni ni strative Head

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 8 October 1956

THB HIGHACRE5 _COLLEGIA, N ,THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNTVERSTTY, HIGHaCRES CAMPUS, H4ZL5TON, PENNA. VOLUME XIX No, 2 OCTOBER g, 1956 5

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 8 October 1956

MESSAGE FROM MR- SCHNEIDER to the In offering best wishes new st ud ents and cont i nued succe s s t o the se c ond ye a r c lass , I find something in common with the .former group; namely, we are both new to the Penn S1 ate Center in Hazleton. I trust that your enthusi asm f o r the Center is on a par with mine. You are to be congratulated on meet-* ing the entrance requirements making you members of the s t ud e nt b od y at the Hazleton Centerr As you know, entrance stan d ards are on the in c rease In these days of higher university enrollment,, (cont'd on page _£•)

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 8 October 1956

A.F4 R.O? T»C. PROMOTIONS (cont_' cV) 1 Richard A, Maggio, a third semester student in Music Education, was appointed Executive Officer with the rank of Captain. Last semester, Cadet Maggio was the Squadron Operations Officer and held the rank of Lieutenant, Appointed to the positions of Flight Commanders were Cadet Captain Edward P. Pensock, Flight A; Cadet Captain K.L. Sttoeling, Flight B and Cadet Captain J, E. Hoffman, Flight C, Cadet Pensock Is a fourth semester studentin Business Administration, Cadet Stimeling is a third semester student in Chemical Engineering, and Cadet Hoffman is a third semester student in aeronautical Eng _i neering. Tn announcing these appointments, Captain _Harhi stressed the responsibility that goes with Cadet rank. The cadet officers and non-commissioned officers are responsible for the management of the entire A.F.R_.O.T_.C. program, with the exception of classroom instruction. •_& ¦*• ¦_&¦ -kk & _#r At-

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 8 October 1956

_WH PRESIDENT AT UNIVERSITY PARK Dr. Eric A* Jifalker, former ' v'ica-presi.dent of the Pennsylvania State University, formally succeeded Drf Milton 5, Eisenhower as President of the University on October 2, 1956, Dr. Eishenhower, brother of President Eisenhower, announced his resignation last June for " personal reasons. " He later accepted the presidency of Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, The new president assumes his duties as Penn State ' s enrollment reached a record 13,000 students with the prospect it will increase to 18,000 or 20,000 by 1970. Dr. _talker said he looks upon the post as a challenge " which must be met if America ' s future is to be secured, " He will be the 12th president in the 101-year history of Penn State. Ji. Ji JA -K. Ji. Ji J4 Ji Ji _Jt

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 8 October 1956

R.O_.T.C. _NElvS Advisor, Anthony Mercantino The appointment of seven students as Cadet Officers in the AFROTC program at the Hazleton Center of. .the Pennsylvania State University was announced ' today by Captain Paul Harhi, Associate Professor of Ai r Science. Appointed to the highest ranking position , that of Major, was Anthony L. Mercanti. no , a third semester student in Education. Cadet Mercantino was Cadet Captain during the past spring semester and also the winner of the Convair Cadet Award in 1956. ## ¦*•*¦#*•#### ¦¦»•

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 8 October 1956

tf.FROM MR, SCHNEIDER (cont'd) Thus you are in a select group. But being in a select group carries with it greater responsibilities. No longer can you get by because your only responsibility is to be average. You will now find that competition is keener and goals more challenging to attain. But fortunately for you , rewar d s are great and opportunities, yours. Easing the situa tion for you is the very character of the Hazleton Center} small classes, a. faculty _dedicated to (cont'd pane 3)

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 8 October 1956

HIGKACRES COLLKGHN October $, 1956 Pagfi 2

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 8 October 1956

HTGHACRES CHORUS IN REHEARSALS The reorganization of a group is always a much anticipated event. The Collegian has been informed that the Highacres C o llege Community Chorus is now i n th e proc e ss of be i ng reorganized under the direction of Miss Pearl Garbrick , assistant professor of music at Highacres. A sizable group of approximately thirty has already met three times in the past-1 few weeks. This group represents the great interest shown by people from this area , for many of the members are from the fringe of the Hazleton region. There are members (both students , high-school students, and interested adults) from Hazleton, Freeland , .We a the rly, and WiCAdoo, and Tamaqua. One young man in particular is to be commended on his interest, for he faithfully hitch-hikes from Nuremb erg to participate in the weekly rehearsal ! This year , as in the previous year, the chorus is hard at work preparing Handel' s Messiah for the coming Christmas season. (cont'd Page 4) '...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 8 October 1956

FROM MR, SCHNEIDER (conf ) help the individual, and a closeness of spirit typical of the smaller institution. Your immediate assignment is to take advantage of these factors and make each one work toward your success. The faculty and staff are here to help you reach that goal. Jti- M. Si. SL Si. Si. Si- JLi-

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 8 October 1956

HIGHACRES COLLEGIAN October 8 , 1956 Page 3

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 8 October 1956

LI BRARY (cont'd) However, Mrs. Ferry' s excellent background will undoubtedly be an assistance to her. A graduate of Kutztown Teacher' ; College , Mrs. Ferry received her E.S. at Muhlenberg College, and has studied Li brary Science at Temple University. Besides her academic qualifications she has the advantage of having a pleasant personality, so that no one resents an occasional reminder from her that the library should be a quiet place. This list of general rules and services that follow should help the student get the most from the library. The library will b e open every day from 8J4-5 to 4.s_45. Books may be withdrawn for a period of two we e ks , a nd may be renewed for two more weeks if the book is not reserved. All books should be put on charge desk when returned_. Reference Books may not be taken from the library. Books on the Reserve Book shelves may be taken out at _4s30, but must be returned the next _morning at 8:4-5-Magaz-ines may be taken out only for special a...

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