Hazleton collegian. (Hazleton, PA) 1937-1956, December 19, 1952, Image 1

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    Vol. XV, No. 10
Six students have been invited to join Parnassus, the Highacres Honors Society:
Jane Tressler
Pat Tonsho
Joan Oriesing
J ohn Carr
John Misoda
Jos Bolovich v
Ea.n'h of these students have received personal invitations from Parnassus, to he
pledged. This is a goal for everyone to attain who has the balanced combination of
academic attainment and campus activity.
During yesterday’s meeting of Student Council, the following points were
It was decided that Joe Belovich and Nick Skimbo, each with one council
membexj would collect tickets at the haskethall games. Each pair would
alternate at the games. _
Boh Tomsho asked the Council to reserve a date in February for a dance
to he held hy the Mummy Cluh. The date has not been decided upon, hut
the Mummy Cluh will have priority in case of conflicts.
Mr. Mattern commended RCTC students on their good work in trying to meet
their budget. At the present time they are only a few dollars short of
their budget. This is very good for RCTC as well as the Student Council.
A letter was received from Mr. Campbell, Administrative Head, congratulat
ing the Student Council on the success of the Christmas Ball* He also
suggested a dancing class at Highacres. The Council decided to see if
it would be possible and will decide upon it when the Christmas vacation
is over*
Bob Tomsho brought Up the question of what to do about the recreation
room. Ping pong balls and paddles have been broken and no one has
assumed any responsibility. Andy Karpinski, president, then said that
Mr, Peightal and the athletic committee were responsible for the equip
ment and that they should see to It that it is returned in good condition.
The meeting was adjourned.
The final examinations for the fall semester classes will begin Saturday,
January 17, 1953*
Student schedules for the final examinations will be available at the main
office when We return to classes after the Christmas vacation. These schedules
should be checked for possible conflict of examinations* If any two exams are
scheduled for the same time, this fact must be reported to the main office before
Friday, January 9, 1953, in order that changes can be made in the schedule.
For the past two days members of the Theta Sigma Pi Sorority have been sporting
brand new sorority pins. The sorority pin Itself is diamond of blue and gold with
the Greek letters Theta Sigma Pi embossed on the front. Attached to a small gold
chain from this pin is The Pennsylvania State College Seal,
The members of Theta Sigma Pi and their advisor, Miss Di Bubbo, wish all a
very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year,
Weekly Newsletter Edition
The Pennsylvania State College Center
Highacres, Hazleton, Pennsylvania