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The Transition : More Buildings , Uei P _< [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 October 1964
The Transition : More Buildings , Uei P _&lt; _autauuu Prolific Faculty Continues Literary Changing Face of an I oeriC rowi Production At An Even Faster Pace Intensive Renovation , _CcnsmucHon We have a prolific faculty—one which has published under w asmngton , u _o s _r- &lt; u produced a plethora of book reviews , journal Services , and John Josephs The Nestorians and articles , and books The pace of publication for Their Muslim Neighbors ( Princeton University the past five years has remained roughly the Press ) all appeared . same , with \ _prtually every department of the The 1963 report gives data on sixty-nine College _represented in one way or another by faculty articles , accompanied by Robert W the literary output of their respective faculty Russells book To Catch an . Angel . In that same members year , Gerald E Enscoe and Robert Gleckner The November , 1961 , college report on faculty coedited the Prentice Hall Publication Romanpublications lists sixty-t...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 October 1964
— — jScope — College Is Much Mle lh The scope of a college is both a log body was here last year for one form of the past and a sign of the future . of assistance or another At F and M , scope has been growing Doubtless , group therapy is not the apace , with one major exception being cure . au for _the raajorlty of coi ] ee the phasing out of the ROTC Pro- studentS ; and __ says Gullerj ,. We cannot S ram - resolve in one or two days the probAdded to the college scene has been lems of an individual which have been a Group Therapy Center , a College developing for twenty years Scholar Program , and a Pre-College College is much more than just the Enrichment Program All these are de- grades It s a much more total cxsigned to couple a healthy mind with penence —and the therapy tries a broadened outlook and increased , in- to aid each student in _realising this extensive preparation . perience . i 9 B 4 G T _£ Jh era _PV ROTC Program 1964 marks the beginning of another T . ., , ° first...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 October 1964
Financing of Improvements Cost How Financed Schnader Hall $ 657 , 270 HHFA Appel Infirmary 194 , 435 HHFA Baker Campus &amp; Bequest of Improvements 198 , 631 Charles G . Baker Mayser Physical Ed Center 1 , 292 , 139 Capital Campaign Stahr Hall 389 , 455 Capital Campaign &amp; &amp; Hensel Hall Renovations College Reserve The Benjamin Franklin Residence ( New Dorm ) 2 , 380 , 000 HHFA Houses Purchased 611 College Avenue Endowment Investments 731 College Avenue and 700 North Pine Street College Reserves 420 Race Avenue
I Jew Personnel , And A Greater Scope i wrk rowing College Campus : Mark of Subtle Growth Shows % nsmuetion and Redevelopment In Tuition , Library , and Forums [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 October 1964
I Jew Personnel , And A Greater Scope i wrk rowing College Campus : Mark of Subtle Growth Shows % nsmuetion and Redevelopment In Tuition , Library , and Forums d . Km _ledcsigncd Bnside now houses he ii . lli . gc admmijStive offices and lElSOIlllol ||| _RLNOVATIOIpF STAHR Tin uxtcmnc r novation of Stahr ind Iluisel Halls Ha cost of almost _i-iOOO _( H ) has mac _fthese two buildups at 11 acme an H as useful Plenel H . ill with a ating capacity of 147 , was painted i mrecarpeted New eats utie _installa Sid a new sound vstun , lights am _Kirojection booth . crc . icklcd \ s , Quit , Hensel Hall _» mou- likt a _ihca Ithan an auditoruni Stahr Hall Is completely relaintul and _udcci _tfed , making it an fficK nt classroom aid departmental _ffici building in he center of the each nut aica 1 The Book Shop which used to be _inwdul mill Dia * thian Hall , was imul iR \ t dnnr nd now has much ion spanmis quai rs above the Camus House Dias ithian Hall now ousts tliL Cauipu Eost Office on the ...
E " 1 Mie Than Just The Grades .. [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 October 1964
E 1 Mie Than Just The Grades .. nu b a a difli Kbution requirements are suspended and hi ,. MiiitiibuionKtudcnts in the program are in fact dis- ¦ : ouraged from taking basic courses d fi nit _a _ ! 0 rt I Seminars ai ; . n but eleven In addition to a general lifting of the h . | . in the pio Eistnbution requirements , special scminlh r iom i « i _« Bars were set up to piovide college « u 1 hJ _^ cto bc « cho ] ilrs wth the fundamenta ] back . ¦ pound in the humanities , the social 1 ( n on t _« ! _Bciencr s and religion . Each seminar ht w c molW asts for one semester , a total of four : BV _^ _M tk f ° Ur years at College n &lt; ¦ _^ with all experiments , experience the | r S b 3 u Sht change The initial fresh_nff _tolT n Iunar on Free WlIi and De _ 1 their 11 1 m ell « ted in its first year of _ 0 7 e mIT ™ _^ a not t 0 ° _dllgent response In o &gt; . 11 n « Border toughen up the course , ficshJ develop _Mn : &gt; lars from the class of &gt; 67 we...
Departments Expand , Contract According to Students' INeeds [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 October 1964
Departments Expand , Contract According to Students INeeds In the relatively short time since the Class of 1959 has graduated theie has been an extensive levision of many of the courses offered at F and M The couises of most dcpaitments ha \ e gieatlv changed to make foi a mcic _effective course sequence Combination In the case of moic advanced offenngs , often the essential elements of several courses have been combined into one course Increased demand on the part of the students has led in some cases to expansion of _se \ _eial dcpaitments On the othei hand , several depaitments have restricted then rouises offciings This has been due _pauialK , if not cntuUy , to lack of student mteiest The depaitment of an science is cunently being phased out No Need To Change Some _dtpaitments , natuiall ) , have found no piessing need to _greatly levisc their offenngs and they remain essentially the same These depaitments fall generally into ihc science categoiy The depaitments of ait and draw...
A New Look And A New Spirit [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 October 1964
A New Look And A New Spirit By FREDERIC SHRIVER KLEIN dramatic and significant type _Ihese students , Audenried Professor of History somehow , seem to be different It is not just that How has the College changed in the last five there are no indications of idiotic Freshman regu years In the long history of a college as old as Franklin and Marshall , five years is a tiny fraction of time , but a five-year period in history can witness changes as decisive as a Revolution , a Civil War , or a global conflict Yes , of course there have been changes on the campus since 1959—some of them normal and almost routine m th continuing growth of the College , and some of them unexpected and almost dramatic Campus House Graduates of 1959 who come back this year for Homecoming will readily notice external changes as they retrace familiar campus paths The cramped and busy little bookshop in Diagnothian Hall has been replaced by a cold and impressive mass of little glass mailboxes , ingeniously desi...
The Future : A Hint of Things To Com j [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 October 1964
The Future : A Hint of Things To Com j The above map of the campus as it will be show : ; Hartman will contain a lecture area at the north end the planned addition of a Science Complex with a con- and will also house the new IBM center . _nectintr vestibule to the renovated Hartman Hall MEW 0 O _2 . _* - The President Writes .- The editors of The COLLEGE REPORTER aie ¦ &gt; k commended for their attempt to portray , in this sjj ual Homecoming section , the changes which have taken p , uc at Franklin and Marshall While I have not seen tin Motion at this writing , it should be a vivid deinonsualnui of the rapid progress the College has made For those who have followed the College closch it should also manifest the importance of the _Fianklm . ind Marshall dedication to supenoi perfoimanre in evci &gt; ilung it undertakes That commitment , made yeais . go , is still the yardstick by which we evaluate ourselves and _aij _. iinsi which we measure each new idea It is clear...
New Ten-Year Expansion Program Will Maintain And Increase Growth [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 October 1964
New Ten-Year Expansion Program Will Maintain And Increase Growth In September ot this yeai the College announced the launching of a _tefl-year , $ 25 , 250 ,- 000 development program designed to meet the needs of an ever-growing student body and of increasing interest in the arts and sciences High in building priority is the construction of a science center for both classroom and research purposes The map of the campus at the top of the page shows the proposed centei in relation to the other buildings at the north end of the campus A corridor will connect the center to a renovated Hartman Hall lecture area The science center will cost somewhere in the area of $ 2 , 350 , 000 , and will house the departments of chemistry , physics , geology , and astronomy Biology and psychology will be located in the Fackenthal Laboratories Another priority in the expansion program * i ~ t * _M ¦ ! 2 « _2 SW i S 3 is the construction of a fine arts center foi a music and drama Program and centei aie...
More , More , More Letters to the Editors [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 October 1964
More , More , More Letters to the Editors % ( Continued from Page 3 ) _;|&gt; d Service _leds Improvement , (| jthe Editors : _jrhe recent outbreak of discomfort yiShe digestive tract which affected great number of those who take ieir meals in the College dining halls er ely served to underscore a _few lings which must be corrected . This _jtounation of small complaints and isgivings has acted to make that hich was previously annoying now •¦ tolerable . Why must one search to find a piece ¦ silverware or a glass which gives _» , _? appearance of being clean If obtcW m the public view are obviously inclcan , God knows what conditions ire like in kitchens and storage areas • -here the searching ( and concerned ) ooks of students cannot penetrate ! Obvious Attitude ¦ This overt uncleanlincss , as mani_jted by glasses and utensils , reflects , i obvious attitude of not caring on _S- e part of our new food service Ifc are obviously looked upon as aniaals who will take anything of...
Shop [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 October 1964
Shop Coe Camera YOUR PHOTOGRAPHIC SHOP 148 N . Queen St . Lancaster , Pa . Folk and Classic Guitars Hootenanny Music Tiny Wright Music Shop 44 N . Prince St . Everything in Musical Supplies ZIMMERMAN RESTAURANT GOOD HOME COOKING Corner of Orange and N . Queen
ZANGARI PIZZERIA [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 October 1964
ZANGARI PIZZERIA HOME MADE PIZZA VARIETY OF SUBS Open Seven Days Phone : 397-9101 323 West Lemon Remember : you re expected home at 10 Home by phone , that is . When you set a regular day and time to call your parents , you re sure of reaching them . Why not make a definite arrangement next time you phone home—like tonight .
F and M Geologists Get N . S . F . Grant [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 October 1964
F and M Geologists Get N . S . F . Grant The Geology Department has received a $ 15 , 400 grant from the National Science Foundation to support its Undergraduate Research Participation program during 1965 . Five Straight The grant is the fifth successive NSF award received for the undergraduate research program in geology It brings the total financial support received for the program from NSF during the last five years to $ 57 , 125 . Dr . John H Moss , chairman of the geology department and director of the department s undergraduate research program , said the National Science Foundation undergraduate research grants are designed to support departmental programs aimed at developing new and expanded means foi able undergraduates to advance in their understanding of science through independent research work . Moss said the NSF financial awards thus represent an attempt to bridge the gap between classroom study of science and professional research Undergrad Projects The new grant will...
WWFM To Run Election Special [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 October 1964
WWFM To Run Election Special WWFM , through the combined efforts of its news department and special affairs department , will present Consensus 64 , a running program dealing exclusively with the political scene on election night Twenty Man Staff Scheduled to begin at 7 . 00 p m and run until a victor is evident , Consensus 64 will have a news gathering and reporting staff of twenty men . Holding down the anchor positions for this production will be Paul Eisenberg and Mark Bieler . Their commentaries and news repoits will be supplemented by agents assigned to cover certain areas of the nation These agents will be well versed in the senatorial , congressional , and gubernatorial races in their lespective states and will bring to the listener a comprehensive listing and tabulation of all major races . Correspondents In order to present this special piogram , the station will also have an enginecimg staff devoted exclusively to taping interviews and news bulletins thiough facilities wi...