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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 20 December 1956

Highacres Student-Committee Visits The Ogontz Center Campus Reported by K. REKAS Four Highacres students, Theodore Waters, James Marnell, Raymond De Balso, and Karl Rekas, accompanied by Professor James Steel visited the Ogonz Center Campus, near Philadelphia, to see the new Ogonz Student Union Building. It is a handsome structure, housing many recreational, social, and student-comfort facilities, which includes a large dining hall. It has the features described in the proposed Highacres Student Union Building. The delegates were warmly received by the faculty and students of our fellow Ogontz Campus, and enjoyed the many facilities at the New Student Union Building. A SALUTE FROM THE CAPTAIN CAPTAIN PAUL HARH Professor of Air Science at Highacres.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 20 December 1956

HIGHACRES COLLEGIAN STAFF PENN STATE UNIVERSITY Highacres Campus, Hazleton, Pennsylvania M. Arlotto, J. AviBliona, L. Berlsh, N. Deakos, V. Karvounis, J. Kenvin, J. Keasel J. Machung, G. Opllla, M. Preputnik, M. Remas, M. Scaran, R. Warman, G. Wilkowskl L. Sorokatch, C. Milko, R. Maggio, P. Severud. Pictures Credit: R. Maggio and F. Severud. Printed Edition Layout: Kerl Rekas. Faculty Adviser: Professor Andrew Kafka. j , ,

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 20 December 1956

SANTA'S BAG Santa's bag is stuffed with toys For all the country's girls and boys. One of the elves that works in his shop Found a list in the bag on top. He read the list and to his delight Highacres was first stop in Santa's flight The gifts for them were useful as can be Here's part of the list; just read it and see: ROTC Drill Team: Twenty pairs of blue suede shoes. Larry Sorokatch: Life-sized Marylin Monroe doll. Ben Tuchi: Pair of skis for those sudden snow storms. Professor McKinstry: Book entitled The Analysis of a Typical College Student's Mind. Barbara Nardini: Growing pills. Female Fencers of the Center: A fencing match with Elvis. Members of Accounting Class: A pocket-sized adding machine. Glorio Patsy: Bottle of anti-dishpan hand solution. Earl Reese and Calvin Deitch: Season pass to all "Zoo" classes. Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Michael:..Waitresses to clear the tables at noontime. Pat Greene: A new car to replace his jalopy!! ROTC Rifle Team:.... _^fSfiif1 Anne Tumas:...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 20 December 1956

EXAM-OLOGY Reported by VIVIAN KAKVOUNIS When the final week of the semester rolls around, the final examinations will be with us again. We approached the English Workshop in South Hall where Professor Andrew Kafka was discussing EXAM-OLOGY with a few freshmen. Professor Kafka was saying that while an ancient philosopher may have had one idea when he declared that "the unexamined life is not worth living," to some student newcomers on our campus this is a time of anguish. He read the following doggerel rhymes which an undergraduate had once written, "inspired" by the examinations and dedicated to the BLUE BOOK: Trace, develop, indicate, Show, discuss, and illustrate; Prove, defend, and justify. Uphold, account for, verify; Oppose, contrast, distinguish, and evaluate. Review, conclude, summarize, Complete, explain, analyze; Refute, disprove, select, and choose; Observe, examine, give, and use, Propose, assume, portray, prepare . Describe, include, suggest, compare. Identify, spe...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 20 December 1956

Orchids For Miss Garbrick MISS PEARL GARBRICK The College Community Chorus, directed by Miss Pearl Garbrick, Assistant Professor of Music at the Pennsylvania State University, Highacres Campus, is to be admired for the praise-winning concerts held recently in three cities, Hazleton, Pottsville, and Freeland. The concert, The Messiah by G. F. Handel was especially suitable to the festive season. Of the large group that participated in the concert, a number were represented by Hightacres' students. They were: John Avigliano, Carl Bugaiski, Calvin Deitch, George Fatula, Neville McAfee, Carol Mastroianni . Miss Lyla Berish, music major at Highacres, deserves special commendation for her splendid accompaniment during the three concerts. Two Highacres alumni, William Hebel and Robert Zimmerman were in the chorus. The students from Pottsville included M. L. Guers, S. Keener, M. Kishel, C. Kosdloski_, E. Stefero, B. Thompson, M. Wasaitis, G. Evans, H. Haas, L. Meiswinkel, D. Riotto. ...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 20 December 1956

Making The Most Of Our Highacres Student "Rec" Hall Reported by L. J. SOROKATCH In December, 1953, arrangements were made for the Highacres recreational activities and the Health Department activities to be combined in one building. These were moved into the small quarters known as the Student Recreation Hall, or more affectionately as "K Cottage." This was the first step in the long-range planning and preparation for the expansion of campus and recreational and social activities to be housed and coordinated in one Student Union Building. Merle Campbellwho was administrator of the Highacres Campus then, and is now in charge of the University Park Division of all the Centers administration, foresaw this need for expansion. Nevertheless, small as it is, the "Rec" Hall is used by students in a variety of ways. It is convenient for students to relax, visit with each other, watch the T.V. on the second floor or play a game of checkers, cards, chess, or scrabble, the chess and scrab...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 20 December 1956

Cheers For Our Highacres _Bowlimg Olympics Reported by B. TUCHI and N. DEAKOS With six weeks of the eighteen-week Bowling League schedule completed, the results of some fine bowling reveal that the Fudge Factors, captained by Andy Yuresko, is in first place by one-half point, holding a very slim lead over the Maple Busters, captained by Ed Smith. The respective positions of the remaining eight teams going into the seventh week of the schedule are 3. Gas House Gang .. 16V_£ points High Individual Averages so far 4. Phantoms 12 are: . o . 19 Martmcheck 156 4. North Siders 12 Bowers 155 4. Pin Topplers 12 Raup 151 5. Rofbids 10 High Individual Triple: 6. Mad Keglers 8V_6 Bowers 542 7. Pin Splitters 7 High Individual Single: 8. Gutter Balls 5_Ms Deakos 212 The League's secretarial chores and miscellaneous duties are ably handled by Nick Deakos, Ed Smith, and James Raup. They have met the many problems which have arisen with the setting up of a very difficult program for sixty-one ...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 20 December 1956

Greetings From Highacres Theta Sigma Pi Sorority Reported by JACQUELINE KESSEL ¦ Theta Sigma Pi Sorority was founded at the Highacres Campus in the autumn of 1949. It has grown through the years, until now it is one of the most stimulating activities which our campus offers to its co-eds. The purpose of the Sorority is to encourage better understanding and practice of the social amenities among our young womenand to offer mutual suggestions for self-improvement in wholesome and gracious living. The Sorority has numerous meetings and social gatherings of various sorts which help bring pleasure and social maturity to our students. The girls sponsor the popular May Day Celebration at Highacres, during which the May Day Queen is chosen. This is one of the most colorful and festive activities at Highacres. This year, we are delighted to have Professor Elizabeth Bodenstein of the Highacres German and English Departments as our Faculty Adviser.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 9 January 1957

V? ¦ ' r _jg_> _x *\ THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY _I _p _S Highacres Campus, Hazleton, Pa. _H_^_ggX HERE'S TO SUCCESS IN YOUR FINALS The vacation is over and the examinations are about to begin. The coming two weeks will f: nd Highacres students burning the midnight oil in preparation for the final evaluation exams. There vd.ll be _weeping and wai ling and gnashing of teeth as cries of "Why didn't T study all semester?" fill the aira Tf you find yourself approaching these examinations with apprehension, it might be wise to consult The Highacres _Collegian Christmas issue. There you vdll find an article titled "Examology" which deals with at least one effective method or preparing oneself for this, the final testing period of the semester * Bast of luck in the coming exams, and enjoy yourselves during the semester break. Vife v/ant to see you all back for the February registration. STUDENT UNION BUILDING The petitions for the Student Union Building have been drawn up an...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 9 January 1957

• ¦ # Page 2 IS? HIGHACRES COLLEGIAN E4VE YOU HEARD? by _Jacqueli ne Kessel Cupid, the mythological Greek God Eros , has been flying around _Highacros shooting golden arrows into the hearts of those young people , whom Venus, the goddess of love and beauty _5 wishes to unite in marriage*, This charming myth began when Venus became jealous of Psyche , a young and beautiful princess0 She sent her son, Cu p id , to enamour Psyche with some mere man; however , Cup_^'d fell i n love with Psyche and wafted her away to his palacec Cupid is still releasing his arrows and has pierced the hearts of Miss Patricia Vangroski and Edward Pensockj who became engaged during the Christmas Holidays, Miss Vangroski is enrolled in the Medical Technology Curriculum ;, and Mr, Pensock i s a Business Administration student here at Highacrcso In addition, Miss Mary Ann n _' arner of eatherly has become engaged to Mr. Earl Ries0 Miss 7arner is a student at Cedar Crest College in Allentown. Having served th...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 14 February 1957

NEW STUDENT OFFICERS The newly elected student officers who will serve on the student council are -s follows: /^^ (^}? ; _^ ,, P resident of _^reshman Class:- L.J. Sorokatch _M > ' •'¦>:.¦>.. , I! _m _<. _j. •/..\ V<1 < - _^ A Sophomore Student Council MenbersS Jacqueline Kessel V ,>a _^ /, _^ ,\ Edward Smith _m '_._^ ^\ Jack Potash \<^. . _"y i\-> _^l President of Sophomore Class and Council: Robert Petruska _*%' _^ ,, :; / The present rnerrbers of the student Council are as _follows: _"' • ¦¦ ' " President of Sophomore Class and Student Covmcil: Robert Petruska President of freshman Class and Vice-president of Student Council: L*J<» ocrokatch Chairmen are as follows; Jacqueline Jfessel Joe Balas Ed-ard Sp;ith Jack potash Earb.'ira. Ort. Jir_.es Farnell Karl Rekas A Professor brought a copy of his f_^ 'ml exam to be _rnmeographed_. The secretary looked at it and said, "But Professor, this is the same exam y...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 14 February 1957

THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY WB§ Highacres Campus, Hazleton, Pa. _H_^_g_^_T

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 14 February 1957

R.O.T..C. by Robert Parsons Congratulations to the new student officers of the spring semester. ¥e, of the Collegian staffj wish them the best of luck. Cadet officers and Non-Commissioned officers are listed below j Sq_. Comm=. ~ Cadet Major Richard Maggio Sq, Ex.Off.- Ca det Capto Bast, B.J. Sq. Oper» Off.- Gaddet Capt. Rhubright Sq, Adj. Off.- Cadet 1st Lt. Nickett §q. 1st Sgt_«- Cadet ¥ 1 Sgt. Keller Fit* Cornm_. A. Fit * Cadet Capt. Parsons Fit. Commo B. Fit. Cadet Capt. Patsy Fit, Sgt. A. Fit. Sgt. Zemany Fit, Sgt* B_» Fits Sgt0 Ruths The following cadets have been promoted to the rank of Airman First Class, A. Flight b. Flight Bodnar Santeroski _^_ynian Miller, R._T5. _?Qll_^ n Scavnicky iQ _user McBrairty Drill team commander for the seme~ >er will be Cadet 1st Lt. John Potash.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 14 February 1957

LATEST _mJB FROM THETA STGMA PT "" by Mr. Scara'a On February 7* 1957 the _Higliac::ec sorority, Theta Sigma Pij_, held _r\>s f*L\" meeting, with president Mary _Merk er pi-i sidinga The date for the M ay Day _celebraoi was tenatlvely set for May 18* At thai' _, time a queen who must be a sophomore wi. be crownedo She and her court will be u sen by vote of the student Mdy_« Tn addition, the sorority se/_i a dafor its formal initiation of all new mei bers0 This will be held on February 21 at 7*30 P.M. Please observe that magazines will be collected by members of the sororlty to be sent to foreign agencies., Anyone wishing to contribute _^ may do so_»

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 14 February 1957

BOILTNG NOTES by Karl Rekas 1. The second-half _compete t-ion will start Sunday, February 17th at 1«3C P_*M» 2_» The H_^ _ghacrss League wi ll be composed of ten teams, and will be operate:1 _under the individual handicap _American Bowl-ing Congress rules. 3, The champ-ion team of the firsthalf will compete with the champion team of the second-half for the trophy, 4. There will be a short meeting of the team _captains helc1 at Is20 P.Me February 17th at the bowling alleys. ¦ TItps vc-i 11 be -_^mmed-la tely pr-_'or to the start of second-half _competition at l?300 The League director will be Mr* Edward Smith * Assistant directors are Mr, Andrew Yourescko and Mr. James Raup_,

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 14 February 1957

COLLEGE ARTS SOCIETY PRESENTS _._?'/¥-:—_._a_^.._^--..:. ^!-,_^^-- _„—... ,X_ by Ly.La Bsrish On Monday, Feb. 18, at 8:00 P.M. , the film, Annapurna will be shown in the Main Lounge, Hlghacres. This is the actual film record of Maurice Herzog _' s Himalaya expedition, with a wealth of human interest and the vividly picturesque settings of jungle and mountain. Even more than _Herzog _' s best-selling novel, this is a breathtaking visualization of a daring ascEnt which became a spiritual adventure_. Also included is a short film entitled The Compenius Organ in Denmark. ¦_JHHHHHfr ,,,,

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 14 February 1957

February 14, 1957 TgE _HIOIfllCEBS _COLfffGIAN Page 2

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 14 February 1957

MEET Mrs, B0DENST2IN i v iii _;.—< «»tas;_s5..ja-isj!.a-u_»A--4m G. _CFPiJ_, lira* B<?_deiisteii& was ?&?&&&&&& _&_%¦ _^_k_® iKb ' erview ar/i _^_re_^_iieu me i:;i he:_r >j_^i _al gra _cioua way w5.t>_. that ' _pleasarvt wl_^ and charming _Snglloh diction tl_^at lias_, made her so p&_?_ulay at Bighae_^es* Mrs. Bodens'beizi informed me tliat sh.e was -ber_^, ic_, _Leaiden, Snglaad,, in the ares erf _Pioesadill_^t _Oxie aste© to A3_seH:oa te _1934>« She _received her E*A* and MeA_» • from the _feivprsity of Texas* Ife stay-* at-hone_, n_*pi» Mr3e Bode-iisteinJ She has travelled in Oermariy_; Italy, Holiandj lib her native _Srsglacid_, _ssod 'ir. hey ¦ ; adepted la_^.d, America*. We believe _tfeat America gained a decided aaaet when Mrse _Bodenstein took out an _applicant ere for citiaenshipo As a form <& relaxation from her duties as an _BngJlsb. _asd _...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 14 February 1957

GHEE_7IMS Yffl& Mr, _SCHSEIEEK LcJ. SOP.OKATSH . Special _greetings to our _wsw students who a_^e "becoming _acquainted _witfe edu_» lr cational opportunities at the Highacrea Campas for the first time this 1957 spr i ng term. We wish for every _success, and offer you a special invitation to drop in the office Whenever you bave a questions Since as a newcomer you will undoubtedly need certain clarified information which the oldtimers of one semester or more alread y know , you rrpist pleas e feel free to visit the off i ce at any time. *******

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 14 February 1957

_iSBl Little Boy: "lhat do you repair these shoes with? " Cobblers "Hide. " Little Boy: "Tfoy should I hide?" Cobbler? "HideI HideJ The cow ' s outside. " Little Boys "So what? Iho the hecks afraid of an old cow?" ******** The Professor who comes ¦I nto class 15 minutes late -is rare. In fact he -i s _^na class by himself* ********

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