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Pert Pam Hanna Peeks at O S C
What Does A Girl Look For In Choosing a College?
Does She Look For an Extensive Library?
Photography — Bill Bowrni
Does She Make Sure the College Does She Worry About Offers Interesting Activities?
Heavy Homework.'' (Turn Page for Answer)
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... a forum of suggestions and ideas.
Beyond a doubt, some of the most stimulating sessions on campus are held each and members of the faculty gather for the Dean’s Coffee Hour.
Monday when students
Presided over by Dean of Students Ernest Becker and Associate Dean Ronald Bristow, these sessions resemble a round-table discussion. Usually ten or fifteen students drop in to air their views and discuss different ideas with the two deans and or visiting faculty members. This residts in the exploration of different topics that wouldn’t normally he brought up between students and faculty.
Probably one of the more outstanding features of the Coffee Hour is that students get to know the faculty ljctter in the informal atmosphere these sessions provide. New students can also become better acquainted with the college and other students during the ‘Hour.
President Langsdorf makes his conference room available for the sessions and drops by occasionally when his schedule permits. On one of these occasions, the president ended up explaining the entire master-plan for
the expanding campus.
The 'Hour' is under way as students and faculty get together.
On another occasion. Dr. Raymond Adams, chairman of the physics department. gave an extremely interesting extemporaneous talk on nuclear physics.
But, generally, the ‘hour’ is mostly an exchange of free ideas between professor and student, without the general confines of office or classroom.
Hostess Margaret Miller serves coffee to Dean Becker.
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Not Pam Hanna. The Brea-01 ind a High School Senior worries more about having plenty of wide-open space. As you can plainly see, there’s plenty of that, and Pam may he one of the first Freshmen to enroll at Orange State next year.
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