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St. Regian (Paul Smiths, N.Y.) 19??-????, January 01, 1947, Image 15

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U B £ M M S TOP ROW—D. Tucker, R. Krause, G. Egglefield, R. Breakey, R. Naslonski, T. Mix, J. Orr, V. Falon, L. Nathan, B. Mix. THIRD ROW—M. Stone, A. Goodrich, R. Falls, J. Bogie, W. Liberty, R. Talbert, R. Newell, J. Sullivan, J. Buckley. SECOND ROW— J. Shea, J. Boulant, R. Smith, C. Ball, D. Allen, R. Jiguere, J. Hayduk, R. Allen, W. Proctor. BOTTOM ROW—H. Brulliea, E. Stewart, P. Gordan, P. Flynn, D. Greiner, E. Duprey, D. Farney. ABSENTEES—D. Anderson, M. Baldwin, B. Cohen, A. Colter, W. Coyne, D. Cullinan, N. Davies, J. Evans. J. Gedroiz, M. Hess, R. Leahy, D. Lyon, L. McElroy. J. MacAbee, R. Narrow, J. O’Neil, W. Scafidi, J. Stewart, R. Swain, N. Towne, F. Walsh. mathematics; the calculus and dif­ ferential equations; especially for those who intend to go into engi­ neering. In addition, a course in Radio provides for an understanding of the basic principles of radio re­ ceivers by the actual construction of model radios, together with an r.nnlysis of each circuit built. The Physical Science Department includes the study of Chemistry and Physics, designed primarily for pre- \T ife? sional students and engineer­ ing. This extensive program is handled by Dr. Pickett and Mrs. Carter. Pre-legal and Business Adminis­ tration courses will be included un­ der the Liberal Arts Curriculum in the event that sufficient qualified students request it. The Drafting and Fine Arts De­ partment, under the direction of Miss Coyne, is primarily concerned with presenting a program which meets the requirements of students in en­ gineering and Forestry, and those who plan to continue in the field of Fine Arts. Liberal Arts students assisted in the writing of the constitution which was later approved by the Student Council. They also helped to foster a spirit of democratic cooperation through their two representatives 011 the council. They initiated and en­ couraged student participation in the various campus activities and by promoting the athletic program. It is the aim of the Liberal Arts group to work with the students of the de­ partments, and others to strengthen the student council and to provide a solution to student problems. Page Thirteen

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