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Students and luggage move in for a new year of dorm life. New and returning students meet and mingle amid the excitement of the first week. Old friends and ideas are left be hind as all try to adjust to a new life of freedom and independence.
For freshmen, it's a new school, new faces, the rush of that first registration. For transfer students, there's checking in at the Admissions Office.
For returning students, there's seeking out old friends among the many faces and making new friends. For all, there is the long-awaited moment of relaxation at the first dance as the first week ends, and all settle down for the beginning of a very different year. Members of the university commu nity enjoyed the work of many fine artists and musicians from all over the country as well as talent present on campus.
The Fine Arts program included a variety of exhibits, among them the exciting war photographs taken by the late Robert Capa and an exhibition of paintings, prints and sculpture by seventeen well known Florida artists. Musical highlights of the year-including a recital by the world-famous Baroque Chamber Players, two one-act operas presented by USF music students, and a concert by the Uni versity-Community Orchestra-rounded out an extensive cultural program.
A jolly Santa shouts Christmas greetings. There is a time for wearing shorts at noon and sweaters at night because it is neither summer nor winter but a moment in be tween. There is a time of dry cold and freezing wind and trips home to where there really are chimneys for Santa to squeeze down.
There is a time when the wind and the rain blow you across cam pus, and so you take off your shoes and run to rooms where everyone falls into their seats wet and laughing.
There is a time of ice cold watermelon and sunbathing on the grass, and pleas of "Isn't anyone going to Clearwater? I can't stand this heat another minute!
Carrying ten pounds of books and off to a walking start, men and women alike proved it really is possible to go from Fine Arts to Phys. Then there were those little three wheeled things carrying sorority women, among them a very odd-looking DG pledge, and a rather well-fueled ZBT.
Who says trike-power isn't as great as horse-power? For two hours, the gym was filled with versatile sounds of his dynamic voice. Students and their guests were entertained by everything from folk-rock to blues to dreamy romantic tunes. Paul Anka proved him self a true showman, and his orchestra supplied the perfect background.
The concert gave students a chance to relax, a chance to remember, a chance to dream. What else could one want? After the Paul Anka concert, students dance to sounds of the Soul Survivors.Full text of "Pioneer life on the Bay of Quinte, including genealogies of old families and biographical sketches of representative citizens" See other formats.
-Student Advisory Board College of Business Elected by the College of Business, the Student Adviso ry B oard acts as a liasion among students, faculty and the administration.
It presented speakers for on campus confer ences. Other alumni to contact: Gian Schauer, Gordy Christian, Chris Allen, Neil McCutcheon -- anyone of the old gang who remember being a half-hour show, remember having Dean O'Kelly give us the "Word of the Day" and the people who made Studio One an hour program!
The Norwood Legion Post, the first organized in St. Lawrence County, was formed following a notice in the Norwood News asking "every soldier, sailor and Marine in Norwood and vicinity to make a special effort to attend a meeting May 8, in the Business Men's Room over the W.D.
Fuller store for the purpose of organizing an auxiliary to a. Ste-Agathe Recreation and Health. After he graduated, he went to work for his father in the family business: S.
Davis & Sons, Cigars.
He was the third of seven children in a modern Jewish family and these influences encouraged him to make a difference in the world.
Pictures of the house can be seen in Neil and Catharine McKenty’s. Planned outage: 10am (AEST) Wednesday 14 November. The outage is expected to only last a couple of minutes however the Trove newspaper zone will be unavailable for at .