Boston University - HUB Yearbook (Boston, MA)

 - Class of 1942

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Prcsidcnl, Callus L. Plumln Ol"l+'lCl'1RS l'r'vsi1lm1l . Gatos L. Plumb VI'l'c'-P1'l4.Yl'rfHIll . Nathan li. Sklar Swrrmfriry . . Joanna M. Haight 7'r1f11.wm'r Vt-ra liaharian Futurc unity of stnclcnt activity olforts at thc Uni- vcrsity's School of Social Work lu-camc assurccl flnring thc acarlcmic year 194-I-42 with thc fonnfling of the Stnclcnt Organization. Alrcarly thc lioarcl has marlc itscll' an intcgral part of thc School's organization. Vital ancl aggrcssivc ac- Unlurwt-il. I' - ' I w ' tion in tlu- sponsoring of activities lc-nt strungth to popularity of thc lioarcl as thc ycar lwgan. Auto matically placing thc namcs of all stuilcnts cnrollcal at the School on thcir rostcr. lxlu- officers of thc group hcgan a rcvitalizcrl program that was of intcrcst to lmoth of thc School's two acaslcmic classcs. It is an outgrowth of thc prcvious Stuflc-nt Vonncil. As such, it nscs thc Constitution sct up lay thc mcmlwrs of Llu- first ycar class a little morc than a ycar ago. lfinancially. it is snpportcfl hy ilncs, paicl Ivy thc nu-inlu-rs at tlu- time of rcgislration. Thc organization has as its govcrning conlmiltcc thc- ofliccrs of thc first ancl sc-conil ycar classcs in tlu- grarlu- atc school. 'l'hc officers arc always choscn from this cxccntivc group. Spccilically. tlu- aims of tlu- group arc thc unification of lmoth of thi- Sc-hool's classcs for unitcrl action in social work crlucation, thc strc-ngllu-ning of relationships hctwccn tlu- stutlcnts ancl faculty, thc planning anrl carrying oul of social affairs for thc School participation anil thc alumni's prolongation of fricnmlships mazlc at thc School. Typical cross-scction of thc organization-sponsrnrcil activitics this ycar wcrc tho party ancl flancc. a hcnclit affair for thc Russian War llc-licf, a scrics of informal stnclont lunchcons and spccial information for thc stnclcnt nu-mln-rs conccrning thc position of social work in thc prcscnt war. liccausc tho Council is a ncw holly within the School. its program has lu-cn mlircctcml towarfl the formation of policics ancl proccclnrcs which may lx- carricrl out hy succcc-cling Councils. ra sn 1 nl I lumll. Vim!-l'ruui1lnnI Sklar S1-1-rulury lluiuhl. Trousurur Hull ' M'II ' ' nrlun. I 4 r. I rull SOCI L WGRK STUDE T COUNCIL I Q68 1 thc

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MEMBERS SIcN1ons Charles M. Clark Carl T. Erickson Alice B. Healy VValter V. MCC James P. Sullivan 'arthy, .Ii JUNIORS John Bzdula Benjamin Golini St ident Counci Ellie Hatzis Raymond Whelan Sornoiuomc Frank Zervas lhzmsiiixmx Willis Grey Cinixntwrlrz S'l'UDEN'l' Carl Clauson l supervises The School of Education . 1 i all undergraduate activities of the School. Through its close relationship with the School and University Ad- ministration, the Council has become a strong link between the Student body and the authorities. There are eleven undergraduate members and one graduate student on the Council. The presidents and treasurcrs ol' the two upper classes and the presidents ol' the two lower classes plus a representative from the Graduate Department make up the bulk of the Council. The officers of the group, elected at large from the ' Board Representative student body, and the IIUn complete the membership. The Council, besides regulating student activities, ' ' ' 'Jcial affairs. ln the early Vice-President l n Prcsidenl ' Raymond YVl1e ll James P. Sullivan V . lreusurer Secretary Ellie llulzis Milton Clark sponsors a number ol its own sc Fall it is customary for the Council to hold a Get- Acquainted Party to enable new students to become acquainted with each other and with the upperclassmen. ' " the early Spring program. An informal dance breaks up Nlcflnrthy. Golini, Erickson, llzduln, Z1-rvun ' Vice-l'rl-raiilelll Wlllflllll, lleuly, Cluusou Sm-rulnry lllllllrt, SCHOOL OF EDUCATION STUDE T COUNCIL mmm



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0l+'l4'lClCltS ltichard ll. Mansfield 1,7'l'-Wllllfllt . . . . Vir-c-1'fr0.wirlrm' . . Nlarie R. Carey S1'1'rr'mry . . llarriet P. Yonkos 7ll'l'flSllI'l?r ' I l I Benjamin T. Ford IVIEMBICRS CLASS or '4-2 Catherine E. Nolan Shogher llapghdoyan Theodore I. Ricci, Jr. Gladys C. Burgess Mzirie R. Carey Mary A. Cashen Harriet P. Yonkos CLAss or '43 Virginia Cook Vincent Crowninshield Benjamin T. Ford Anna DiVenuti Newton H. Fritchley Dorothy I.. Kimball ' Duncan E. MacDonald Robert C. Hoopes ' ' Henry A. Smith Allan VV. Hunting Richard L. Mzinsficlrl ' CLASS or '44- Richard M. Nlillard ' William A. Overholl Hope Nicholas The Student Council ol the Graduate School, com- posed of representatives from the various departments ol' the Graduate School, was established to motivate social activities and to provide opportunities lor con- tacts with educational leaders in such a way as to stimulate the highest type of work and study. This group meets frequently during the year with Dean .IA-Sourd and together they plan their program designed to promote closer acquaintance and l'riendship among the members of the student body. In all student act' ' ' ' ' ' - ts 'Ls 'Ln advisory body to the Dean. ivities the Council ac s . . Frilellley, lloopen. Dum I Vice-President President liichurfl L. Mnnslielrl Marie ll. Carey Scerelury llurriel P. Yonkos 1 LcSourd, Overhnll. llunling, Ili!-ei ' ' ' ' Munnliulnl. Nolan Iurny, Secretary Yonkou. I rnuulrlll flllblllhll. Trcnraurn-r Ford, Vice-Prosidenl. GR D TE SCI-IDOL STUDE T COUN mam CIL

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