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

STAFF _CF THTS TSSS& Editor-in-Chiefs L«J •> Sorokatch Assistant Editors G. Opilla Active _Membarss Lyla _Berish, Jacqueline Kes s el _^ John Benner, Cave Snyder_, Ted Kirbyj Michael Remas, Ralph Warma_^ Robert Parsons, Karl Rekas, Rosemary Arlotto, Mary !>_.• ScaraR * ********

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

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

THE PARNASSUS INITIATION by Jacqueline Kessel JIave you ever wondered what the Parnassus Honor Society is? It is a society to enrich student life at the Highacres Campus, encouraging both academic study and positive participation in organized activities. Membership is open to those _students who have completed one or more semesters of college work, and who have an all-college average of 2«5j plus active participation in at least two activities. At the annual fall initiation ceremony held on Wednesday, January 30, 1957, in Highacr_^fe Main Lounge, Miss Lyla Berish, Miss Joann Kenvin, Miss Martha Preputnick, and Mr. Karl Rekas became members of the society. Tf at the end of the twelve-weeks period, a student attains an all-college average of 2.80 and participates in two activities, that student is entitled to pledgeship. Miss Rosemary Arlotto has been pledged to the society and is well on her vtray to fulfill the requirements for full •nembership. The members of the society are ...

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

WOMEN'S_SERVICB CLUB HEARS I-mfCc " PANEL by David Snyder A panel discussion on the _subject "Classmates Today - Neighbors Tomorrow,-took place at the regular meeting of _tlif Women ' s Service Club of the Jewish Comm* unity Center at 8s30 Tuesday evening* The panel consisted of four studeni from Pennsylvania State University_^Hazle Center., at Highacres„ The program was arranged by Professor Richard McKinstry_^ professor of Psychology-at Highacres, as part of the national celebration of Brotherhood month _« Participating in the discussion wer Highacres students Mary Marker, Rosemary Arlotto, Robert Petruska and Richard Hlldebrand.

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

VET?..: 3 All vet', i: affairs at Highacres are handled at the College Bookstore. Tf you need any information concerning your benefits , inquire at the bookstore.

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 THE HTGHACRES COLLEGIAN Page U

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 8 March 1957

A ?!r .._SSA.G_5 FROF i:_rs. _KOST_^_KBaUDER The penn State Center Health Serv_*ce is proud to be a part of one of our nation ' s most extensive university health services. *Je are proud to have Dr. Herbert Glenn _directing our serv _i ce at h'lghacres. We try to conform to the policy and plan laid down by Drc Glenn to the very best of our ability, so that your health records can bo transferred to the Main. .Campus without quost_'on or further examination. ¥o are contemplating a few changes here at _Highacres, as wall as on thy Campus, teg-inn-ing rith the fall semester of 19:>7. Students w _^ ll have the4 r phys i cal examination (¦i n part) _conducted by the-_'r family physicians and comeleted in the Center dispensary during or-'_^ntation week,. This does not necessarily mean that we do not have our college doctors to refer to. We have Dr. Arthur Allen and Dr. Elizabeth Fauder to r::fer anr student to A n case of an _emergence whore the disp.3r.sar7 cannot _adequately...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 8 March 1957

Atr Tjn, _'0_^4.TT0Jv : r _e I'R A nee s r-es of ;P: J.ms * s be -i ng eonducted by _tho f..,O.T.C. un-t. T>--; s ° series -i n _eell; .e «_'_^r \ _'r _Tnforn " .t-; on Hour. " Dur-_'nr. t/-is ; our, f-'lme r.:-.scrihAr_>C t-e .,-; r Forr-e-, j-af • -¦nal d.efens-- . , hov.r -ind-_'vidual.? part- p _'oate to k- -.:-p our country safe from enemy tor _' hers, and manv otir--r Int er iet-ri;: . _iieoects en Nat-i onal S:_;:cur-;ty are s: o-._vn. A spec-i 'il f-eture discr-i b-_^ng ho:_v An) ..r-W-an j;e ld; _-:rs withstood ora-; nw::_s_^ng -: n Kor'.--? \;_- ll be play.;d on tap.::;. C: n all counts this ho<:r _^s a v-ry - ¦ nt,r-:3t- :;: v-ay to relax -ft. r a hard cav of _classes, Tt is both -reformative and ¦inetriiet-vr .. An _ar ,-; j nvi ._ ted to attend these .special pru - ¦ -.^¦¦^ \ _,_t* . • ¦ ' ' * V. _' ¦ , ¦ ¦ _¦ ' , - Volrm. , T l," o " i g ' ,, ' " ' - ' _' -, s ;

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 8 March 1957

R,O.T_,C. N .'73 DR_^LL T^;AM The members of the dr_^'ll team began their _weekly mer_.ts on I'ionday_, March 4' These meets _vr 11 continue every Mond ay_^, and In the very near future -ui 11 meet more often in the weeko The pr-i mary _oureose of the drill team is to develop stairrna arid perseverance. The _cr' _' l.l team -is cem;:iand-'d by the capable ' Lt. John Potash. Lt, Potash _supersedes Lt. I:en Touc; :i _^ o _trar;?ferred to the Ma-i n Campus. The dr-; ll t .arc. _;v- -th all its eomp and c-i reemstance v.-* 11 parti c _i pate in the Uay dav celeV r--V~ _^or." -it Hi ijhacreSo

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Picture [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 8 March 1957
Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 8 March 1957

AR13- YOU KTSSTFG THE FUN AT tTOHACRES It seems as tho gh September wore just hore And already It's February of an entirely new year. Classos have started and lacturss arr ?hoard Each student listens and grasps every word » If you peak 1n the classrooms you are bound to se e Students taking notes _vsry intelligently . . _Yat, with all of this studying, there is need for some-' fun_« Highacras has activities for each and evoryone_. If you li'ks to sing and enjoy each song _Joi_'n the COLLEGE CHORUS— you can't go ¦w rong * COLLEGE _aRT SOOtvtI sponsors movies, varied as can be; The dates will be listed, and admission 1s free. Do you l-_'ke sports and have a strong throw? The BC-TLTNG TEAM noeds you, w e want you to know. "Touche " says the fencer and bends his _knciPs Highacre _' s FENCERS are pleasant to see For only the fairer sex (sorry no men) Fembarship In THEATA ST GMA PI is possible again* The STUDENT GOV _^RNMSNT works hard each year Supervising activities and keeping d ...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 8 March 1957

JOKES The one who thinks all jokes are poor Would straightway change his views * Could he compare the jokes we print With those .we could not use 1 "I wish I had a nickel f_*r every girl I' ve kissed-*"- "Ihat would you do, bvy & pack of gum?" Seme lectures _ara like steer horns—a point here, a point there and a lot of bull in between. * STAFF OF THIS ISSUE * ¦ H- _*# * Lawrence Sorokatch, George Opillia, * * Lyla Bcrish, Ted Kirby, Jacqueline * * _Kissel, Jan e Hunch a r , Karl Rekas , * * Geraldine ¥1 lkowski. M, Arlotto "v * * Faculty Adviser- Prof, A* Kafka

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 8 March 1957

FR_9PES30R KAFKA BUSY AS JUDGE _Professor Andrew Kafka of pur Highacres English _Department has had a busy week of being judge in three area activities? 1. fie judged the Oratorical Contesi _sponsored by the Carbon County High School Principals' Association, -5n Jim Thorp; (2) the Ninth Annual National E ssay Contest on the subject Umplioy _menUi of the Handicapped—A Comntun'_Sfcy Responsibility, sponsored by the U«,S_» Presi-_^ dent's Committee_, Governor Leader ' s Committeef a nd _^ locally, the Greater Hazleton Committee on the Employment of the Handicapped? (3) (.With Mre Longo of the Business Administration T;ept_,) Greater Hazleton Best Letter for the Best Checker of the Yea&_> sponsored by the Genetti five supers-markets and the nation Super-Market Institute, _4WHHH«-»HM«ttHHHHHfr

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 29 March 1957

OFFICE NOTES All students plann _i ng to take summer correspondence courses _i_' n order to ob: .--v; _n advance standing must see Mr. Sohne_.dei immediately, for permiss i on for this c \.ork must be obtai ned from the Ma i n Campus of The Pennsylvania State University. Students should beg-_'n thinking -? n terms of what courses they will be ta _ki ng during the Fall Semester or Summer Sessions at Highacres ,, Further _i nformation on this subject "'111 be released by the ma_^r. office soon. The mid-semester grades are due at the main _office by Monday, Apn'l 1st* Grade reports will be mailed to the students during the week of April 1-5/ The Highacres Spring-Clean-Up-7eek has been scheduled for the 1st week In May. During t r" s - ._vnak, both the faculty and students will police the grounds of ¦' /tine campus to set everyth-_' ng in order for the. Sorority presentation on May Day.. Trash barrels have been placed at convergent locations in the student _parking lot to _aM ...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 29 March 1957

STUDMT-FaCULT._sT BOARD PLANS ACTTVTTTES A special report from the Stuck:nt-Facu] _<.y reveals that 10% of the students here at Highacres have supported the student urpTi build-ing project_. The report has been formulated and will be _presented to the board of trustees at the Main Campus in June, for their review and acti on,. Another subject acted upon at the meeting was Convocation. The present date of Convocation has been tentatively set for Wednesday, June 5, 1957. The arrangements for a speaker have been made, committees are to be sat up, and an all-out effort is to be mads for I00_>o student attend ance<s Th_< date for the Fay Day Coronation at Highacres has been tentatively sot for Saturday, Nay 11, 1957* Mr. Kostos sug-1f-0 • ¦ >_: >_th iu _nd on Pag in.. Two) ,__ _, it rtSi\i.3 k

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 29 March 1957

STUDENTS ELECT JACKIE KESSEL MY QUEEN Jackie _Eessel was e].ected May Queen i n an election -"eld last Monday, ¥arch.25n Sophomore attendants will be Mary _Merlcer as the Crownbearer, Martha Preputnife -a;- _che Scrollbsarerj Jane Hunchar and ?a ';-jM c-;a Sacco as first and second _attendants* From the Freshman Class5 Barbara Nard-. ¦¦:¦;; will bo the ¥.aid of Honor and _Tomi Arlotto will be the Heartbearer_« I'r.y. J Lou _Scaran will be carrying something _ooo.as she has been elected Koybearere First and Second Attendants from the _Fr. _- 'oshrv.an Class are Barbara Ort and Dotty ;v,olxy<,

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 29 March 1957

KEEPING UP WITH STUDENT ACTIVITIES (S.F.B_. Continued) gests that the students _aid the faculty in a Clean-Up Day to be held prior to the festive day. We will have more to report on Clean-Up Day as the weeks progress. The students are asked to voice their opinions concerning Clean-Up Day by leaving letters at the Collegian office or by visiting Mr. McKinstry to voice their opinions in person. —George Op ilia ITHE LENTEN SEASON The Lenten season has a tremendous effect on Christians in that !; a personal identification is more j realistically made with their beri liefs. There are also many perit C x-g _*. pheral benefits which are appropri ate for the student to recognize, as he participates in a recognition of Lent, he usually.introspects and thus becomes more aware of himself. As he partidipates, he disciplines himself to a moral type of self-jud gment , identifyinghow honest he ¦fcg with himself. The perseverative effects of self-discipline, not to the point of rigidity, b...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 29 March 1957

March Weather / I attended school for seven months and did my work quits well I kept my notes neat and readable; this story my marks will , tell. I was ambitious and industr _i ous, prepared for every quiz T studied diligently each night, and got the n _i ckname "!hiz0 " . And then one bright March morning T awoke and to my surpri se The grass was green the sky was blue - all this before my eyes. T attended school that _fateful day but didn't hear a word I mads the motion of taking notes - this really was absurd. The professor talked continuously and I just gazed at him My mind was on the fishing season-soon to begin. T also thought of all the; girls, the eligible ones, that is and wondered if they'd go out with me - espec _i ally "Liz. " The class was nearly over and my belongings T did seek When T heard the _teachor say to us a blue book ' s due next week. My. pleasant thought and wishful think ing _sfr11 raina_' ned with me _After all, what's another blue book - just an...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 29 March 1957

Air Force Inform ation Hour has been discontinued for the duration of the semester because of Common Hour. Cad-ats should be informed that the demerits are being posted on the C._^det Bullet-n Board, Any Cadet who fe&l that he does not deserve the _demerit should make an appeal to the Appjalite Board, If any cadet i s absent, he must obtain a Cadet Absence Excuse from the officer on duty. This form must be filled out and returned to Captain Karhi or demerits w_^ ll be given . Blood Donor Campa _i gn;, wMch w-'ll be held in Conygham on Apr-'l 9, 1957. Cadets can obtain parsnt-release forms and blood donor pledge cards at Cadet Squadron Headquarters. Cadets who are under twentyone must have parent release cards signed by their parents if they wish to donate blook to the American Red Cross. The _pareitfc release and blood donor pledge cards must be g-'van to Mrs. K. before April 7th, At this time , Mrs. K, will assign them a position on the Blood Donor schedule. Cadets are ...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 29 March 1957

"Anbody who thinks people have no originality should watch them folding road maps." And on the ground, instead of grass, T saw a layer of snow. Quite dejectedly T realized that Spring Hadn't arrived yesterday It was only Hazleton ' s unique climate that made it seem like May. ' I _deciaed in the future that T would work as hard as a _baavar Nothing _^as going to pull my marks down - expocially Spring Fsvsr*

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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