Catholic University of America - Cardinal Yearbook (Washington, DC)

 - Class of 1960

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The question of the validity and worth of the social clubs has long been discussed. No conclusive statements have ever been issued by either camp. Nevertheless, they do exist on this campus, and as such, have made their influence felt in various spheres. The Kappa Chapter of Alpha Delta Gamma, a national Catholic fraternity, was founded in 1950. It endeavors to further the purposes of the University by encouraging its members in the advancement of and participation in all aspects of the University. Chi Iota Pi, the youngest of the women's social clubs, was founded in 1957. Along with aiding the Univer- sity, it aims at the fostering of a good social atmosphere for its members. The Columbian Club is celebrating its Hfteenth an- niversary this year. In. 1945, it appeared as the Hrst women's organization for social purposes on this cam- pus, striving for the development of the Christian ideals of umnnanhood through panidpadon in sorodty and Llniversity activities. In October 1953, in answer to the need for a third women's social club. Kappa Tau Gamma was born. These three Greek letters are part of its motto, "You canchangethexvoddf' Kappa'TauC3anunacarHeson a program of social service, including active participation in class and extra-curricular activities on campus. The Omega Chapter of Phi Kappa was founded in 1930. In 1959, it merged with another national Catholic fraternity to become Phi Kappa Theta. Its members seek to develop the whole man in the line of spiritual, scholastic and social responsibilities as a Catholic gentle- man, a University man, and a fraternity man. Founded in 1923, the Senators Club is the oldest on campus. The club strives to promote general welfare of the University, to foster good fellowship, and to sustain unity between the faculty and the student body. The Beta Chapter of Sigma Kappa was founded in 1947. The fraternity endeavors to establish a solid basis of true Christian friendship among its members, and to foster the development of character by instilling a strong sense of Christian morality in its members. Formerly the Utopian Club, Sigma Phi Delta took its present name in honor of its past moderator, Ignatius Smith, O.P. It aims to give service to God, country, Ilniverhty anclclubz Us purposeisspidtual,rnentaland physkaldevdopnwnt Alpha Alpha Chapter of Theta Phi Alpha, a na- tional Catholic fraternity for women, was established in 1956. It seeks to advance the interests of Catholic women in religious, educational and social matters mnong nsrnmnbem. The efforts of several Latin American students brought PASCUA into existence in the spring of 1957. Among its aims are the promotion of cultural and social activi- ties, an increased understanding of life in the Americas, and the assktance to students enternig the Ilnivermty from Latin American countries. Thus. viewing the clubs from both inside and out- side their organization, it seems that their existence as sodalclubsisjusdhed. Front: Patricia Dailey, William Gallagher, George Beatty, President: Charlotte Duchatkiewicz, Sec.: Beth Sally. Back: Ralph Rohner, Jon Voight, Patricia Happ, Carol Keefe, Robert Meyer. John Castellano, Mary Schweider, Raymond Cranston. 1 "ww-a..,w i 1-2,3 ' 55.12 ' 1 . . 1 " ' I ' T51 . '1- 1 Qt . I yi V i' In-5531: I is 8- 1- iff.-f i-' gf x

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