The vast tracts of wooded areas and the surrounding lakes afford the Foresters ample opportunity to apply their text-book knowledge in logging, surveying, wild-life management and sugar bush operation. At the same time those enrolled in Resort Management learn cooking, dining room operation and front office procedure in the College Hotel. The basic curriculum aids the Liberal Arts students to gain a good foundation for their future careers. Because Paul Smith's is a small college, Forestry, Resort Management and Liberal Arts students are often found in the same classroom; for al though each department contributes it's own special courses, all are joined in the study of the basic fundamentals of English, History, Science and Mathematics. It is in these classrooms that the seedlings of lasting friendships are fostered among the student body. The spirit of unity which pervades in the classroom becomes more manifest through the social life of the College. The Christmas Cotillion, the Winter Carnival and the Spring Festival comprise the year's outstand ing events. Although each is sponsored by a particular club, their suc cess isattributed to the efforts of aco-operative student body. In addition, everyone lends a helping hand by attending these functions and other special events. The combined efforts of all students have created a nucleus which becomes a bond of interest and lasting friendship. In the following pages, the representatives of the three departments will guide your tour of our campus.