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The " Dorms " — Brooks and Hewitt
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FRESHMEN Assuming its role in college life, the Freshman Class concentrated on choosing its class officers and representatives for Representative Assembly and Honor Board during October and November. The Brit- ish War Relief Drive found the Class of ' 44 eager to contribute its energy toward its success, and Freshmen, traditionally en- grossed in scholastic endeavor, were to be found everywhere knitting and planning parties for the benefit of the Drive. Look- ing forward to pitting their skill against the games-wise Sophomores, plans pro- gressed steadily under the supervision of the class committee for the 1941 Greek Games. The Freshmen at one of the occasions during the fall when ' 44 assembled as a class. In front, left to right are: H. Fisken, Treasurer, A. Sirch, Sec- retary, M. Hayden, President, and J. Mitchell, Vice-President. BARNARD E AMP Climaxing a week of introductions to college this fall, the Freshmen learned about one of the best parts of life at Barnard — " Camp " . Freshman Picnic was the first Sunday that college opened and that day the " new " class heard tell of fun had, friends made, and memories shared at Barnard Camp. While eating lunch, they surveyed the colorful country surrounding the camp that is set on a knoll in Westchester hills and which was presented to the college by the Alumnae Association eight years ago. Seniors recounted the joy of walking over DTA trails, horseback riding, or just reading on the couch and of skiing or snowball fights in the winter which preceded warming up before the fire while toasting marshmallows and s ' mores. Only one of the numerous week-ends held at Barnard Camp throughout the year, Freshman Picnic started a series of unforgettable week-ends which ended with Miss Holland ' s Junior Course in the spring. 13
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