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Vol. XVI, No, 1
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We "01d timers’ 1 here at Highacres extend a warm welcome to all new students
Naturally, as you all know, we're attending college to further our education, so
the main activity, although not nniversally popular, is study.
A helpful hint to you is to get to know your advisors* You will find that
they are willing to help you with every problem*
Another phase of college life—the most popular one— is the social life.
Here at Penn State Center there are many social functions that will make your
college experience a full one. Our various clubs, dances, ball games and even
ping-pong are included here, .
We are sure that your college life will be more enjoyable if you take part
in the college activities. It is the activities that build the student's
We hope that your days at Highacres will lead you to a succesful future.
The COLLEGIAN is a Y/eekly publication of the Hazleton Penn State Center,
written by and for the students. This paper is for your enjoyment, so we hope
that you will read it and not just use it for scratch paper. Of course to these
students who are working their way through college, we say that you may use it
for this purpose only after you read it*
If anyone is interested in reporting for the COLLEGIAN, you are welcome to
join us by seeing Mr, Grubbs at his office in South Ha 11,,.
We all have heard of exchange students. Well, here at the center we have
exchange instructors,even though it's only an exchange between the Pottsville
center and Highacres,
While Miss pearl Garbrick, Mr Preston Peightal and Mr. John Longo Journey
to our sister college to teach music ,poly, sci, and econ, respectively, Miss
Meralda Brennen, Mrs. Sheerna Buehne,and Mr. Thomas Hunter will visit our
center to teach their subjects of Spanish, German and history.
KITTY HAWK 190 } HIGHACRES 1953
While Most of us were relaxing this summer, ther were some eager chaps soending
many hours to complete Captain Carper's glider, 1
Ted Horvath, Matt Golatha, John Steckert, Bob Probhko and Captain Carper
worked diligently to complete the covering of the fusela and wings by mid-
June. Then after a well earned rest the boys returned in August to make the fin
al assembly and the test flights* g
The proving grounds were at Reifonbergh's airport, where the first step
was to tow the glider by car to a height of 75 to 100 feet. The ship proved
its flying possibilities,
I'ho glider was readied for its first official test flight and was towed(CoNT
Weekly Newsletter Edition
The Pennsylvania State College Center
"The Old Timers"
September 21, 1953