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Students Plan Grad Weekend [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 25 April 1977

Students Plan Grad Weekend by Doreen L. Cook “Graduation Weekend ’77” will take place on May 20 through May 23. According to the following agenda, this weekend should be a real “smoker!". Beginning Friday, May 20, 1977, at approximately 12:00 noon, there will be horse back riding and a picnic for all minority seniors and underclassmen. Later that evening, everyone will gather at a designated location to go out on the town. Nothing specific has been planned for Saturday since that is a good “last minute shopping day"! Sunday, a nice day to make your presence. May 22, 12:00 - 3:00 pm it’s check-in time at the Travel Lodge Hotel, 1200 Beacon Street, Brookline, Mass, (all reservations should be made in advance. Here. Brunch will be served. In the evening. at 5:00 pm, cocktails will be served in the ballroom of the Travel Lodge Hotel. Afterwards, at 6 pm, there will be a Banquet followed by an awards ceremony at 7:30 pm. Monday is the day for the seniors in the Class of ’77. There will b...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 25 April 1977
Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 25 April 1977

The Minority Alumni Association presents | vs. Underclassmen Day May 1,1977 from 12 - spm at the Complex participate in Volleyball, basketball, running, swimming Don 9 tmiss the fun You may never have this chance again

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Your opinions Letters to the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 25 April 1977

Your opinions Letters to the Editor Dear Collage, Last week you featured an article on the Integration of Fenwick. Have you ever stopped to consider what the meaning of integration has meant in the past? Well let me remind those who have forgotten. For example, in the past if someone were to go to a white business office and ask “Is your company integrated?” the answer would be “Yes, we have one.” Integration, for the majority of white Americans has meant one Black or now commonly known “minority” in the midst of white people. Let me make myself clear, integration is not what 1 am opposing, what I oppose is the possibility of Black people on this campus losing a point of indentification. The “integration" of Fenwick was inevitable and in a way it could be beneficial to the entire Boston College Community. However, the integration of Fenwick should be on the basis of Blacks and whites. Only this type of integration can benefit the students and promote positive inter-action. Julius Ha...

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

Jazz Review by Doreen L. Cook For all you progressive jazz lovers. Chick Corea's latest album is definitely for you. The name of the double album set is “My Spanish Heart.” All of the music is composed and arranged by Chick Corea, and yes. bass player fans, Stanley Clarke appears in several of the cuts such as “The Gardens.” “The Hilltop,” and the “Spanish Fantasy, Part I.” The entire album is comprised of flamenco music, which you may find to be a little different yet quite appealing. According to Cbick Corea, his recent trip to Spain motivated his interest in this particular type of music. A few cuts may send you on a “trip” to Spain because they include handclapping, flamenco foot-stomping and the use of many Spanish musical instruments, such a castanuelas. Netween Corea’s extensive use of the electric piano, and Stanley Clarke’s very quick fingers on the bass, along with the many other talented musicians, the album is a definite “must.”

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

Would You Believe by Monte and Carlo Would You Believe ...that rumors that travel around always manage to get back to the person rumored about! ...David Silva turned in his grave as BC lost the first annual David Silva Memorial Tournament with the home court advantage and two BC referees! ...that Phil refereed the game like a real dog! ...that the 1977 “lamps" are now hanging out with Gamma Chapter of Omega Psi Phi ...that the Kappas have butter fingers ...that this is the last edition of Collage for the year ...that Fenwick will not integrate next year ...that national ‘get high' day is May Ist on the dustbowl ...that there was standing room only in Robert's Center for the David Silva Basketball Tournament ...that there's a love affair going on between BC and Tufts ...that Joe Hudson from “Hut's Hangout” in last week's issue stated “victory” for his Wild Bunch II intramural basketball team... Well, they blew it just like their coach. George Brickhouse, blew it in the UGBC election....

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

Students Displaced would have been due for the next year's room deposit fee. In an attempt to seek help concerning their housing problem, the victims of the modular fire turned to Father Hanrahan only to once again be disillusioned. They had spoken to him one day and given him a phone number which he was supposed to reach them later that evening. According to one student. Father Hanrahan never got in touch with them so they didn't go back to him. Problems evolving around the fire of Mod 6-B were numerous. “At one point," a student remembers, “we were told to take our smoke damaged clothes to a cleaners and BC would foot the bill. Upon receiving the bill BC said this statement was never made and never paid the bill.” The problems and discouragement caused by unfair treatment in the days following the fire made one student feel as though the university didn't want him to remain here. “There were the administrative problems on one hand with the university and school work on the other h...

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

CREATE Angela Price All poems by In This Room In This Room In this Room I’ve been many things Dancing princesses, poets, singers. and a woman of great influence I've cried, laughed, and even felt sorry for people who couldn't do these things who are afraid to he themselves or show themselves because even though they are only fantasies they are mine and express me which are important if I am ever to really understand me In this Room I've loved many but only wanted one and that's you because when I go outside my room you're still here and all the ghosts of future, past, and present have gone In this Room yesterday is a vague pain on the left side of my head but I do remember your mail-o-gram and knowing that you could have called but you didn't and that made the difference and in this world of look alikes we all need the comfort of being different. Revolution / am confused when I look at you and hear you say “Come lets start a Revolution'' Don't you know you are a Revolution Your pres...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 10 October 1977

COLLAGE Nigerian Women Adjusts to BC 2 The BakkeCase 2 Create 3 Volume 11, Issue I The Minority Voice of Boston College Monday, October 10, 1977

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Mosley Seeks Improvement of Programs [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 10 October 1977

Mosley Seeks Improvement of Programs by Doreen L. Cook Monroe (Bud) Moseley is the Director of Minority Student Affairs, and has been for the past year. Born in Morristown, New Jersey, Mr. Moseley studied at the University of Rhode Island where he majored in chemistry. His interests include social activity, athletics, studying domestic and international policy and a love for people. One day, he would like to own a small business. In a recent interview concerning his first year as Director of Minority Student Affairs, he expressed the following thoughts: Q. How do you feel about your first year as the Director of Minority Affairs? A. Like a roller coaster ups and downs but generally things were positive and encouraging. Q. What were some of the goals you set at the beginning of last year? A. 1) learn more about the student academic and non-academic needs; 2) become acquainted with the students and enable the students to become better acquainted with me; 3) organize and implement acad...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Black Reflections, A Literary Success [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 10 October 1977

Black Reflections, A Literary Success by Lenez McGhee After months of hard work, planning, deliberation, trials and errors, the Black Studies literary committee finally has a taste of success. It has published volume two of the Literary Review, titled Black Reflections. The literary committee published volume one of the Literary Review in 1970. Several years lapsed between then and now due to reasons ranging from severe monetary constraints to a lack of student commitment. Now, seven years later, Black Studies has managed to “conjure up” both money and student participation. The literary committee staff con- sisted of faculty advisor Joceline Gant and seven dedicated and willing students, some of whom have graduated. The finished product (Black Reflections) of this hard working group is the result of their insuperable dedication and diligence. Black Reflections is an impressive intermixture of short stories, poems, photographs, and drawings. The photographs and drawings compliment t...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
BLACK REFLECTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 10 October 1977

BLACK REFLECTIONS An expressive collection ot black Art.

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Minority Summer Orientation [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 10 October 1977

Minority Summer Orientation by Diedra Lewis This year, the Minority Student Program summer orientation was held July ninth through August twentieth. The orientation program encompassed various students from many different backgrounds and cultures. Among the forty-eight students who participated in the orientation were thirty-five Blacks, three Asian Americans, and ten Spanish students. Each of the forty-eight incoming freshmen were responsible for taking three courses. Some course offerings included math, English, English as a second language, biology, and chemistry. Although no credit was given for enrollment in these courses, the students had first hand experiences on what to expect from Boston College professors. The students attended classes on a daily basis, but the weekends proved to be more than just work. In order to provide an enjoyable experience as well as one of an academic nature, weekend trips were planned. Among those trips were horse-back riding, roller skating, the ...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 1 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 10 October 1977
Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 10 October 1977

Join Collage Today

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Nigerian Woman Attends BC [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 10 October 1977

Nigerian Woman Attends BC by Tina Spurlock A striking young lady you might happen to pass on the campus of Boston College as she whizzes to and from classes is Miss Nene Amachree. Her eyes are intrigent on her personality. A constant smile ever is present on her face. Nene Oritshetemeyian Amachree was born in Lagos, Nigeria, and has been in the U.S. for three years. She had lived in Nigeria for 14 years, where, she completed education through the 9th grade. Nene was almost fifteen when she moved to the United States. Her present residence is San Francisco, California. In San Francisco, her mother remarried. Her mother is a businesswoman and her father is an attorney. Nene is the third of five children. Her favorite past-times are music, modern dance, jazz dance, tennis and meeting people. Nene feels the African education system is different. The education is better because the teachers are better. She does find the U.S. more progressive, but in Nigeria, there are more luxuries that ...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Minorities First Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 10 October 1977

Minorities First Meeting by Mayra Rodriguez On Wednesday, September 14, at 7:30 p.m. the Minority student program held its first formal meeting of the year, in Devlin Auditorium. Among the distinguished guests were Ms. Evelena Higgenbottom, assistant director of the Minority Admissions Committee; Ms. Shirley Jackson of the History department; Henry Blackwell of the English department; Dr. John Harrison, associate dean of the School of Arts and Sciences; John Riley of WZBC radio; Mr. Phil Jackson, assistant director for Financial Aid, and Mr. Monroe Moseley, director of the Minority Student Program. There were also several students who spoke out on various activities namely Deborah Young, Kathy Defrietas, Hubert Strayhorn, Terry Gibel and Kim Wilson. They spoke of initiating a choir, an upcoming career expo, nominations for the presidency of the Black Student Forum (BSF) and an upcoming fashion show, respectively. Nominations for the presidency of the Black Student Forum will be taki...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
BALSA Members Hold Rally/ Display Concern in Bakke Case [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 10 October 1977

BALSA Members Hold Rally/ Display Concern in Bakke Case by Doreen L. Cook Elvin- Nichols, a second year law student at Boston College Law School, and an active member of the Black American Law Student Association (8.A.L.5.A.) brought to my attention the Bakke case. Following are the facts: Allen Bakke, a white male, applied for admission to the Medical School of the University of California at Davis in the early 70’s. He was denied admissions. Subsequently, Bakke filed claim against-the University of California on the basis he had been denied admissions to the Medical School because of hiS race (reverse discrimination). Apparently, 16 “slots” were set aside for the admissions of minority and disadvantaged students. Bakke alleges if it were not for the 16 “slots”, he would have been admitted. The case went through the State Courts of California where the Supreme Court of the state subsided iniavoc of Bakke. The University of California appealed the state court ruling to the Supreme C...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Expansions is Back [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 10 October 1977

Expansions is Back by Lenez McGhee As you may well remember, last year marked the birth of Expansions, a public affairs radio show. Expansions is a combination talk and music program designed to enP a ance .listenership with the discus- sion of timely and relevant issues affecting minorities irt the greater Boston area as well as in the Boston College community. Expansions will be aired on WZBC FM (90.3) every Wednesday and Friday evening from 7 pm until 7:30 pm. Hosting the show on Wednesdays will be Lisa Harris, a second year communications major here at BC. On Fridays the host will be Luke Blaize, a talented and involved BC student. Luke was an instrumental figure in the development of the popular Black Studies publication, Black Reflections. The first broadcast of Expansions this year was aired last Friday. Luke opened his show with a brief introduction followed by a very informative news forecast. One news item on which he reported, receiving a lot of publicity at this time, is...

Publication Title: Collage
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
LATIN NEWS Latins Unite [Newspaper Article] — Collage — 10 October 1977

LATIN NEWS Latins Unite by Maria Roman Union Latina, the latin alliance of Boston College, had its first meeting Thursday, September 22 at Campion Hall. Under the leadership of Luis Martinez (Wisco), Danny Vargas, Ines Steward, Jose Molina and Gregory Arcevedo, whose pride and concern resulted in the continuation of the organization, the members, new and old, convened with the objective of UNITY. Union Latina’s purpose is to make the latin community aware of the supportive services available to minority students (i.e. tutorial, counseling), to assist in locating economic resources and to stimulate cultural interchange among each other as well as among the BC community in general. Some future activities in the planning include a fiesta, featuring latin music, food, and drink, a possible cultural festival, and various literary meetings where the poetry, plays and music of Latin American authors will be brought to light. All latin students are urged to show their hispanic pride and in ...

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