Fisher College - Beacon Yearbook (Boston, MA)

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1 i 1 BEACON 1968 FISHER JUNIOR COLLEGE BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS Rebecca Bortz, Editor-in-Chief Jean Huntington, Co-Editor He that embarks in the voyage of life will always wish to advance rather by the impulse of the wind than the strokes of the oar; and many founder in their passage, while they lie waiting for the gale, Johnson MILESTONES PRESIDENTS MESSAGE 3 DEDICATION " The highest of distinction is service to others. " King George VI Service through her work best exemphfies Mrs. Constance A. Hodgdon. Not only does Mrs. Hodgdon perform the many duties nec- essary as secretary to the Director of Student Services and Placement, but she plays a major role in placing Fisher Junior College graduates, past and present, in appropriate positions. Her patience and compassion to all who seek her assistance en- courages all with whom she works to set forth on a new career with self-confidence. In this day of automation, Mrs. Hodgdon ' s cooperation and personal interest is a joy. We, the Class of 1968, hereby dedicate the 1968 BEACON to Mrs. Constance Hodgdon, a woman whom we feel is devoted in her service and loyalty to Fisher Junior College. 5 PRESIDENT ' S MESSAGE To the Class of 1968: Though one seldom realizes it at the time, each life is marked by- milestones, vhich, as one passes them, make a sort of graph of one ' s progress for good or ill. Your graduation from Fisher Junior College is one of these markers. There have been several before this , such as the first day of kin- dergarten which marked the close of your infancy. And there will be landmarks in the future — your first job, your marriage. Though I will not go any further with this analogy, the latter part of life has milestones, too. What I want to say about them is that, pausing at the moment when the terminating event occurs, one looks back to see what the route has been and whether or not any progress has been made. So at this moment, which you are Joyfully anticipating, I am sure that you are scrutinizing what you have done at Fisher, weighing it, assessing yourself in relation to what has been demanded of you. If you have a sense of accomplishment for having done as well as you could, this is a moment of great satisfaction. You can say to your- self, " Having done this, I can do more. " And I hope with all my heart that you will go on to just that — doing more and doing well. All of us at Fisher hope for you the best of all good things. As for myself, I have somewhat the feeling of launching a fleet. Today the sea looks calm, but out there on the horizon there are doubtless strong winds and adverse tides. I will pray for your fortitude. You can summon both courage and good sense to aid you, and I hope you will do it . 6 " The best teacher is the one who suggests rather than dogmatizes and inspires his lis- tener with the wish to teach himself. " Bulwer 8 CAROLYN B. DENNIS Secretary I LESLIE KREWSON, A.S. Secretary i EDITH TILESTON HUGHES Admissions and Public Relations Director Not Pictured ALICE MORGAN Wayne, Pa. HELEN N. BRANDSTETTER Buffalo, New York PRISCILLA K. DOUGLASS Vienna, Virginia BARBARA RUSSELL ARNOLD WHITMAN COUNSELORS RUTH M. LALLY 10 EMILY P. BISHOP Speech, Introduction to the Theater Typing MURIEL T. FAHEY, B.S., Ed. M. Shorthand, Typing JOHN H. JUDGE, B.B.A., Ed. M. Psychology SYLVIA FURBER, B.S., M.A. English, Literature JACQUELINE JUDGE, B.S. in Ed., Ed. M. Shorthand DOROTHY M. KELLY, B.S., Ed. M. English, Secretarial Procedures Executive Major RUTH E. SHORE, B.S., M.A. English, Literature MARY A. TONOUGAR, B.S. in Ed. Geography, Spanish ROBERT UPTON, B.S., M.S. Accounting, Electronics Major GEORGE R. URSUL, B.A., M.A., Ph. D. Sociology JAMES VAUGHN, B.B.A., M.B.A., LL.B. Economics, International Trade RUTH G. WEISS, A.B. Anatomy and Physiology Medical Laboratory Techniques Not Pictured ALICE F. YORK, B.A., M.A. French, Spanish 14 " And miles to go before I sleep and miles to go before I sleep " Frost FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Nancy Aaron Arlington, Vt. Barbara Alex W. Hartford, Conn. Diane Ammerman Norristown, Pa. Glenna Angelo Brockton, Mass. Charlotte Bandachowicz Philadelphia, Pa. Althea Barber Harwinton, Conn. Pamela Bcdrosian Watertown, Mass. Suzanne Ikk Landover, Md. Catherine Alexander Maynard, Mass. Paula Atkinson Brockton, Mass, Jean Barletta Gloucester, Mass. Stellajane Belden Meriden, Conn. 1 Cynthia Allen Salem, N. Y. Naomi Bach Everett, Mass. Merry Battles Philadelphia, Pa. Ruth Benedict Bellows Falls, Vt. Jeanne Allen Dorchester, Mass. Deborah Baker Pomfret, Conn. Joan Beaudoin Methuen, Mass. Diana Berger Somerset, N. J. Sandra Berquist Hingham, Mass. Kathy Bigclow Westwood, Mass. Judith Bircher Lebanon, N. H. Nancy Bishop Abbington, Mass. Barbara Blake Reading, Mass. Barbara Bloom Dover, N. H. Jacqueline Burkhart Sand Lake, N. Y. Susan Chaffin E. Longmeadow, Mass. Jean Clark Greenwich, Conn. Donna Collins Manchester, Conn. Elaine Bradley Rockport, Mass. Linda Brightman Portsmouth, N. H. Marie-Elma Brisson Kinshasa, Congo Alice Burt Mansfield, Mass. Sharon Cherry Danbury, Conn. Bette Clough Greenfield, Mass. Patricia Conlin Westwood, Mass. Gail Burton Wakefield, Mass. Susan Callahan Palafine, 111. Elaine Chester Cambridge, Mass. Virginia Childs Rutland, Vt. Elaine Coccoluto Woburn, Mass. Virginia Coffey Little Compton, R. I. Andrea Cooper Seneca Falls, N. Y. Bonita Cooper W. Roxbury, Mass. Linda Brown BiUerica, Mass. Lita Cavagnaro Medford, Mass. Alida Clark Norwich, Conn. Mary Coleman Huntington, N. Y. (•V Laurel Corliss Melrose, Mass. Susan Cragin Freedom, N. H. Jane Cunningham Braintree, Mass. DrusiUa Cupp Lexington, Mass. Annabella Daglio San Salvador, C. America Linda D ' Agostino Bernardsville, N. J. Mary Jane Daley Lansgorone, Pa. Jennifer Davis Spencerport, N. Y. Jean Dawson Maynard, Mass. Lorraine DeFilippis Stirling, N. J. Paula Depew Rochester, N. Y. Joyce Deraney W. Roxbury, Mass. Patricia Dery New Hartford, Conn. Concetta DeCasoli Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Anita DeFoggio Newtonville, Mass. Anne DePietro Winthrop, Mass. Alice Duncan Milton, Mass. Anne Dyer Staatsburg, N. Y. Margaret EUinwood Norwich, N. Y. Susan Fcinberg Cranston, R. I. Barbara F elgar Montreal, Canada Jane Field Ocean City, N. J. Margaret Fisher Swanzey Center, N. H. Margaret Pitts Lynchburg, Va. Kerry Fitzgerald Milford, Conn. Priscilla Fladger Beverly, Mass. Mary Ann Foley Thompsonville, Conn. Margaret Fuccillo Winchester, Mass. Gail Gauley Abington, Mass Marilyn Forti Beverly, Mass. Linda Frazier Braintree, Mass. Ann Freedman W. Hartford, Conn. Monica Fryer E. Syracuse, N. tti Marilyn Furdon Watertown, Mass. Lucille Fusaro Huntington Sta., N. Y. Nancy Gahan Hyannis, Mass. Catherine Gallagher Danbury, Conn. Ann Giaquinto Burhngton, Mass, Carol Giffee WeUesley Hills, Mass. Mary Glewwe Nutley, N. J. Judith Gordon Mansfield, Mass. Jean Gray Braintree, Mass. Deborah Grechan Albany, N. Y. Catherine Griswold Riverside, R. I. Louise Grossman Lynn, Mass. mam Maureen Harris Nashua, N. H. m pi Nancy Jones Pomfret Center, Conn. Pamela Jones E. Greenwich, R. I. Mary Jordan Derry, N. H. Helene Joskowicz Lynn, Mass. Joan Kampa Oyster Bay, N. Y. Kathleen Kelly Longport, N. J. Virginia Kershaw Needham, Mass. r Elizabeth Kill Kelley Nashua, N. H. Phyllis Kirzner Portsmouth, N. H. Karen Klutchka Fairfield, Conn. Dolores Krupski Riverhead, N. Y. Ann Marie Krym Shrewsbury, Mass. Mary Joan Kuszaj Taunton, Mass. Aleida Lacera Point Pleasant Beach, N. J. Christine Lane North Quincy, Mass. Barbara Lang W. Barrington, R. L Margaret Law Boonville, N. Y. Donna Lemieux Methuen, Mass. Margie Leong Dorchester, Mass. if Ruth Liegakos Tewksbury, Mass Norma Ligor Medford, Mass. Sherry Linnell Granby, Conn. Susan Linscott Melrose, Mass. Karen Long Somerville, Mass. Rita Maletta Belmont, Mass. Nancy McConnell Mansfield, Mass. Jane Merrin W. Newton, Mass. Lucy Moutinho Bridgeport, Conn. Toni Joan Malley W. Hartford, Conn. Claudia Mcllwraith Wantagh, N. Y. Ilene Michaud Lewiston, Maine Joyce Murphy Amcsbury, Mass. Carolyn Manassa Katonah, N. Y. Jacqueline McKinney Hartford, Conn. Karen Mitchell Berwick, Me. Kerridan Murphy Andovcr, Mass. Avis-Marie Maclntire Hanover Center, Mass. Diane Martin Wilmington, Mass. Judith Medwin Parsippany, N. J. Mary-Jane Monitto New Britain, Conn. Linda Murray Somervillc, Mass. Mary McAndrew Somerville, N. J. i Valerie Megaro Guilford, Conn. Gertrude Montuori Wilmington, Mass. Nancy Nanos Stamford, Conn. Christine Naprstek Rabat, Morocco Carol Nightingale Lancaster, Mass. Sousan Nikoopour Arlington, Mass. Kathleen Nimblett Beverly, Mass. Linda Norwood Reading, Mass. Karen Nowlan Monroe, Conn. Stephanie Olsen Wethersfield, Conn. Judy Ostroff BrookUne, Mass. Melissa Owen Menden, Conn. Linda Paglia Watertown, Mass. Jane Palsgrove Baltimore, Md. Cheryl Partridge West Nyack, N. Y. Valerie Paul N. Syracuse, N. Y. Mary Paulavich Watertown, Mass. Diane Perepelitza Nahant, Mass. Barbara Peterson Belleonte, Pa. Nancy Phelps Lowell, Mass. Paulette Pimental Plymouth, Mass. Linda Pineau Concord, N. H. Joanne Pitkewicz Lynn, Mass. Gail Plotnick Lancaster, Pa. Jean Peohler Reading, Mass. Elizabeth Poleschner Germantown, N. Y. Deborah Prussin Bridgeport, Conn. Regina Purdham Haverhill, Mass. Sharon Rafferty Pembroke, Mass. Gillian Riggs E. Gloucester, Mass. Mary Sancton Halifax, Mass. Cynthia Schlegel Emmaus, Pa. Lesley Shribcrg Hyde Park, Mass. Cheryl Reddy Kittery, Me. Barbara Rice Bradford, Mass. Beverly Richmond N. Branford, Conn. Carol Riggenbach North Scituate, R. I. Maryann Rizzo Everett, Mass. Deborah Robinson Hamden, Conn. Nancy Rodrique Taunton, Mass. Susan Rymut HaUfax, Mass. Wendy Sandquist Bristol, Conn. Joan Saparnis Dedham, Mass. Muguette Saxby Bradford, N. H. Linda Scarfo Belmont, Mass. Marguerite Schyocurka Marlene Shality Framingham, Mass. Brockton, Mass. Susan Shapiro Brooklyn, N. Y Deborah Simmons Hanover, Mass. Marcia Slotnick Holyoke, Mass. Mary Small Conway, N. H. Sandra Sobolewski Manchester, N. H. Mary Spadafora Melrose, Mass. Joyce Strazzula Medford, Mass. Patricia Thomas Waterbury, Conn. Linda Spence Peabody, Mass. Maura Staples Lynn, Mass. Linda Stevens Winsted, Conn. Donna Stonebrink Oakland, N. J. Nancy Strout Hingham, Mass. r M. Sheila Sulhvan Andover, Mass. Anne Swanson Glen Rock, N. J. Barbara Swanson Medfield, Mass. 1 VI Diane Thornton Norwood, Mass. Nancy Tier Melrose, Mass. Carol Todd Quincy, Mass. Janice Toscano Huntington Station, N. Y. Tanya Toussaint BerUn, N. H. Deborah Turling Fort Plain, N. Y. Julie Vargas Rutland, Vt. Carole ViUedrouin Port Au Prince, Haiti Barbara Wamser Riverdale, N. Y. Jane Weed Damariscotta, Me. Linda Weinstein Cherry, N. J. Linda WeUs Walpole, Mass. Sharyn Wilson Andover, Mass. Susan Winders Abington, Mass. Cynthia VVisniewski Meriden, Conn. m. ' Anne Wurfel Glenridge, N. J. Evelyn Zentner Ecuador, S. America Irene Wohrman Maiden, Mass. I - I • Linda Wyzanski Marblehead, Mass. Patricia Zraick Brooklyn, N. Y. l ern Wong Cambridge, Mass Jane Yee Boston, Mass. Janis Woodward Lexington, Mass. Jacqueline Young Peabody, Mass. Sarah Woywitka Edmonton, Canada Gaye Zajac Manchester, N. H. 7 26 " As the rivers pour their waters back again into the sea, so what a man has lent is re- turned to him again. " MYRON HALL ANDREW HALL EDMUND HALL 37 STUDENT CX)VERNMENT ASSOCIATION ' 1 LINDA GREEN, PRESIDENT Jean Gray FERN WONG, VICE PRESIDENT Susan Labaire VICTORIA BURTON, SECRETARY Linda Medeiros SANDRA BERQUIST, TREASURER Diana Moody Mary Ann Annaian Linda Newton Eileen Brown Joanne Pagnini Mary Cox Paula Roberts Judy Coye Mary Sancton Mary Jane Daley Cheryl Smith Lorraine Dee Marcy Weingart SGA, composed of elected dormitory and commuting students, is an educative and interpretative organization. Fisher Junior College ' s SGA is a member of the National Students Government Association. Under the direction of Mrs. Louise Samuels, SGA strives for closer relations among the administration, faculty, and students through scheduled meetings, lectures, mixers, and an annual Christmas party. 39 PHI THETA KAPPA MEMBERS MAY 1967 PENNY FOSTER, PRESIDENT NANCY BEAN, SECRETARY Sharon Barnes Lorraine Dee Carmen Doe Jane Donald Jean Goss Jean Huntington Jaclynn Jones Judith Lazarus JoAnn Pagnini Elizabeth Radack Cheryl Rettig Paula Roberts Kathleen Rose Beverly Thomas Linda Visbal The Nu Omega Chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa honorary fraternity invites those students to membership who have a B average, are in the upper ten per cent of the student body and have the recommendation of their teachers. An impressive formal installation ceremony is held in the early spring. 40 THE BEACON REBECCA BORTZ, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF JEAN HUNTINGTON, CO-EDITOR NANCY BEAN, BUSINESS MANAGER SUSAN CARROLL, LITERARY EDITOR This year, under the supervision of Mrs. Edith Hughes, the 1968 BEACON staff has attempted to bring change to the yearbook ' s pages. Through the use of informal pictures, less copy, and thoughtful quotes, the staff has captured life at Fisher. 41 THE CHARLES VIEWER BAYLA SALLOP, EDITOR Victoria Burton Karen Casey Rhona Oilman Linda Graff Judy HiU Joan Imhof Jaclynn Jones Judy Lazarus Susan Schanufenbil Marcy Weingart Fern Wong Jane Yee THE CHARLES VIEWER offers an opportunity for all girls to try their hand at journalism and photography. The newspaper keeps everyone in- formed of the happenings at Fisher from time to time. It strives to be a key line of communication between students and faculty by urging comments and response to current activities. 42 STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION FRANCES WILLOUGHBY, PRESIDENT Christina Benson PAULA DE PEW, VICE PRESIDENT Susan CarroU SERENA ROE, SECRETARY Gail Connick GEORGANN JACKSON, TREASURER Linda Connick Deborah Grechan Protestant students join together to enrich themselves in Christian living. Nationally sponsored, the Student Christian Association plans monthly meetings and participates in special programs at Christmas and during Lent. 43 NEWMAN CLUB The Newman Club, sponsored nationally, at Fisher encourages religion on campus through speakers and meetings. Several controversial films were shown during the year, followed by lively discussions. Members of all faiths participated in these discussions. 44 TALMIDIMS EILEEN BROWN, PRESIDENT SUSAN FEINBERG, VICE PRESIDENT Rhona Gilman Judy Lazarus Linda Graff Jaclynn Jones Bayla Scallop Brenda Dom Nancy Kimmel Marcy Weingart As a religious club for the Jewish students at Fisher, the Talmidims join together with the other religious clubs at Christmas and Easter to bring to the students their own distinctive festivals. Through meetings and discussions, the members gain a better under- standing of Judaism and themselves. 45 DI MA CLUB GEORGETTE SCHADT, PRESIDENT ALIDA CLARK, VICE PRESIDENT LINDA MEDEIROS, TREASURER Pamela Bedrosian Wendy Dinnerman Diana Moody Constance Nelson Mary Sancton Patricia Thomas Frances Willoughby Practical experience is gained by Fisher thespians through presenting plays for the school, producing Parent ' s Night, and reading plays. Under the direction of Mrs. Emily Bishop, the students exhibit a sincere appreciation for drama and a capability for having fun. 46 GLEE CLUB KATHY CZEPIEL, PRESIDENT Nancy Bishop Barbara Blake Jacqueline Burkhart Susan Callahan Paula DePew Bonnie Dixon Jane DoUoff Monica Fryer Linda Garabedian Maureen Harris Debbie Hawthorne Laurie Heller Joanna Johnson Jane Merrin Melissa Owen Carla Pizon Cheryl Reddy Serena Roe Laura Thomas Sharyn Wilson Patricia Zraick The choral group, open to all for enjoyment and enrichment, was under the direction of Dr. Nelken. This year the group made a colorful and moving debut at Fisher ' s annual Christmas program. The Glee Club per- formed at all major functions, including Parent ' s Night. 47 CLUB f L . ! ■ LINDA SPENCE, PRESIDENT JUDY HILL, SECRETARY SANDRA BERQUIST, TREASURER The Commuters ' Club performs a vital function at Fisher by bringing all of the students closer together through enjoyable and profitable activities. The club experienced another successful year sponsoring a raffle to benefit the scholarship fund, a ski trip to Maple Valley, Vermont, and mixers. 49 WOI LD UNIVERSITY SERVICE REBECCA BORTZ, PRESIDENT JUDY BIRCHER, TREASURER LINDA WELLS, VICE PRESIDENT Nancy Bishop CATHERINE GALLAGHER, SECRETARY Fem Wong The Fisher W.U.S. is a member of the national organization for college students. It fos- ters a feeling of international cooperation and development in the field of education throughout the underprivileged countries of the world. Under the guidance of Miss Mary Tonougar, club advisor, students benefited from speakers, a Christmas project whose proceeds aided in a scholarship for an African medi- cal student, and a book drive. COLLEGIATE COUNCIL OF THE UNITED NATIONS SUSAN TWIST, PRESIDENT MARGUERITE HURLEY, VICE PRESIDENT JOAN KAMPA, SECRETARY JUDY COOL, TREASURER ELLEN HURLEY, HEAD OF SECRETARIAT Althea Barber Alice Burt Victoria Burton Sharon Cherry Jean Gray Deborah Grechan Jean Huntington Georgann Jackson Carolene Kloiber Jean Riley Barbara Slarskey Pamela Smith Linda Visbal C. C.U.N, offers Fisher students an excellent opportunity to become involved in and dis- cuss current affairs on an international level. Under its advisor, Mrs. Janet Russell, the students sponsor a Gift Party, a film on a European nation, and speakers. The proceeds help to send six delegates to the National Model United Nations in New York City. There students from all over the nation join to- gether to participate in mock UN proceedings. As in the past, the girls on the Secretariat proudly exhibited their skills. 51 PRESIDENT ' S TEA FASHION SHOW CHRISTMAS 1967 SNOWFLAKE CAROUSEL 57 59 60 64 68 NANCY BEAL Medical Assistant SARAH BLAKE International 72 75 ADRIENNE CHASKES Medical 78 80 82 WENDY DINNERMAN Executive 84 86 87 91 92 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 JUDITH LAZARUS ANN LOGUE Executive Legal BETTY LINDO International 103 108 109 CONSTANCE NELSON International Ill 112 113 114 115 116 117 120 122 PAULENE SPERO International PATRICIA STINSON International CAROLYN START Electronic 124 JENNIFER TAYLOR Medical 126 128 129 FRANCES WILLOUGHBY Legal 130 132 H. W. FOOTE CO., INC. PAINTING CONTRACTORS Dealers for Benjamin Moore Paints California Paints Deft Products Wallpaper 420 Western Ave. Brighton STadium 2-8094 — 8041 S. S. PIERCE Importers Grocers Since 1831 America ' s Pacesetter for First Quality Foods And Convenient Service iSsaafy can £■ Ln.£x eni.ive. . . {JndiviAuat 6.tij[in . . 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Fine Furniture for Institutions 124 Summer St. Boston, Mass. DOLE BAILEY, INC. MEATS POULTRY 24 North St. Boston, Mass. 02109 Tel. 617-227-9200 Donald " Bud " Matheson, pres. Fully U.S. Government Inspected Est. No. 789 Phone Highlands 5-8221 PETER VENETO SONS, INC Contractors and Builders 140 Shirley Street Roxbury 19, Mass. 138 " BOAC TOOK GOOD CARE OF US. " Boston Office: 76 Arlington Street Telephone: HA 6-4105 Services operated for BOAC-CUNARD by BOAC 139 BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1968 Compliments of the ROYAL TYPEWRITER COMPANY, INC A DIVISION OF LITTON INDUSTRIES Try our 24 Delicious Varieties of PIZZA! 723 Boylston St. Opp. Prudential SIGNOR PIZZA 538 Commonwealth Ave. Kenmore Square Open 7 Days a Week — 11 AM. to 2 AM. IT ' SLIKgJ! JOUR mYINTO THB ' T ' AST That ' s what people say when they visit a Pewter Pot Muffin House and relive the 200-year-old tradition of an olde New England Coffee House — complete with beamed ceilings, historic murals, and olde Colonial tables. Enjoy gracious hospitality in pleasant surroundings, savor our famous coffee brewed in pewter coffee pots like those made by Paul Revere, and served by our charming Pewter Pot Muffin Girls. Tempt- ing New England foods prepared in true Colonial style. Our latchstring is out from 7 a.m. ' til after midnight daily and Sunday. 741 Boylston St. 164 Tremont St. Opp. Prudential Opp. The Common 140 UNIVERSITY TRAVEL COMPANY Tel: 864-7800 MX Tel: WA _5-CL305_ 18 BRATTLE STREET CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS Teletype: 617.499.9175 Coble: UTRAY. TWA THE SPECIALIST IN STUDENT TRAVEL TO EUROPE PRESENTS THE 1968 STUDENT TOURS PROGRAM a voire service AIRl FRANCE THE WORLD ' S LARGEST NETWORK FAVORITE TOUR 3 Deporturet, 38 days on land, $950.00 Visiting: ENGLAND, HOLLAND, GERMANY, SWITZERLAND, ITALY, FRANCE 44 days EB by steamer WB by air $1,488.00 39 days RT by air $1,460.90 FIESTA TOUR 2 Deparl-j-ss, 60 days on land, $1,37S.C0 Visiting: ENGLAND, HOLLAND, BERLIN; GERMANY, AUSTRIA, ITALY, SWITZERLAND, FRANCE, SPAIN, MOROCCO, PORTUGAL 65 days EB by steamer WB by air $1,913.00 60 days RT by air $1,901.30 CONTINENTAL TOUR 2 Depaiiurei, 21 days on land Visiting: ITALY, SWITZERLAND, FRANCE, ENGLAND 3 weeks RT by air $ 920.00 ISRAEL TOUR 1 Departure, 21 days on lond Visiting: ISRAEL, ITALY, ENGLAND 3 weeks RT by air $1,034.00 HELLENIC TOUR 2 Deparlures, 43 days on land, $1,130.00 Visiting: ENGLAND, HOLLAND, GERMANY, SWITZERLAND, ITALY, YUGOSLAVIA, GREECE, FRANCE 48 days EB by steamer WB by oir $1,668.00 43 days RT by air $1,640.90 HOLIDAY TOUR 1 Departure, 50 days on land, $1,295.00 Visiting: ENGLAND, SCANDINAVIA, BERLIN, GERMANY, AUSTRIA, YUGOSLAVIA, ITALY, SWITZERLAND, FRANCE 56 days EB by steamer WB by air $1,833.00 53 days RT by air $1,805.90 DISCOVERY TOUR 1 Departure, 56 days on land, $1,530.00 Visiting: ENGLAND, FRANCE, SWITZERLAND, YUGOSLAVIA, GREECE, TURKEY, BULGARIA, RUSSIA, FINLAND, SWEDEN, DENMARK, HOLLAND 61 doys EB by steamer WB by air $2,1 18.40 57 days RT by air $2,056.30 CLASSIC TOUR 1 Departure, 38 days on land, $835.00 Visiting: ENGLAND, HOLLAND, SWITZERLAND, ITALY, FRANCE 38 days EB by steamer WB by oir $1,397.00 33 days RT by air $1,345.90 EXPLORER TOUR 1 Departure, 47 days on land, $1,130.00 Visiting: ENGLAND, HOLLAND, SWITZERLAND, ITALY, FRANCE, SPAIN, MOROCCO, PORTUGAL 53 days EB by steamer WB by air $1,750.75 47 days RT by air $1,694.30 GRAND TOUR 3 Departures, 45 days on land, $1,100.00 Visiting: ENGLAND, HOLLAND, BERLIN, GERMANY, AUSTRIA, ITALY, SWITZERLAND, FRANCE 50 days EB by steamer WB by air $1,638.00 46 days RT by air $1,610.90 COMPREHENSIVE TOUR 1 Departure, 63 days on land, $1,599.00 Visiting: ENGLAND, SCANDINAVIA, BERLIN, GERMANY, AUSTRIA, ITALY, SWITZERLAND, FRANCE, SPAIN, MOROCCO, PORTUGAL 70 days EB by steamer WB by air $2,133.00 65 days RT by air $2,121.30 OLE TOUR 1 Departure, 21 days on land Visiting: ENGLAND, FRANCE, SPAIN, MOROCCO, PORTUGAL 3 weeks RT by oir $ 867.00 CIVILIZATION TOUR 1 Departure, 21 days on land Visiting: GREECE, ITALY, FRANCE 3 weeks RT by air $1,019.60 ISRAEL ADVENTURE TOUR 1 Departure, 51 days on land, $1,495.00 Visiting: ENGLAND, HOLLAND, SWITZERLAND, YUGOSLAVIA, GREECE, ISRAEL, ITALY, FRANCE 56 days EB by steamer WB by air $2,057.00 51 doys RT by air $2,005.90 HERE AT UTRAV we have had over forty years ' experience in picrning and operating Student Tours to Eo ope. We have the professional knowhow but do not depend on this clone. Each year our tour participants pass on to us their comments and suggestions about the places, hotels, sights, guides, and fun features. These are carefully evaluated together with the report of our " Inspector General " , a senior member of our Student Tours Department, who visits with our tour participants to get " on the spot " reactions. SIGHTSEEING PROGRAMS: Well-informed locol guides, many specially chosen tor our student groups, will introduce you to the highlights of each city. Special visits will be mode to outstanding ortistic collections such as the Louvre and the Jeu de Poume. Many interesting points not covered on standard sightseeing tours ore included. FREE TIME: The tours are planned to allow you a sufficient omount of free time to pursue your own interests. Your tour leader will always be cvailable to make suggestions for the use of the free time, either for shopping, cultural octivities, or sports. FUN FEATURES: Many special entertainment items are included in each city, such as a swinging discotheque and tickets to a hit play in London, the world-famous Lido in Paris, the Open-air Opera at the Boths of Coracalla in Rome and many others. You will find these listed under the cities in our folder. We suggest you compore these fun features with what is provided in other student tours. TOUR LEADERS: Our tour leaders are specially chosen from graduates and undergraduates from Oxford and Cambridge and other leoding British uni- versities. They ore chosen for their personality, linguistic abilities, and travel experience, giving the groups the benefit of the freshness of their outlook ond awareness of the contemporary scene. SEND FOR ATTRACTIVE FOLDER 141 THE COLLEGE SHOP We wish for every graduate of the class of ' 68 unUmited success in whatever field of endeavor she may select. It is our most sincere wish that each of you will be blessed al- ways with good health and good fortune. 142 on Beacon Hill 7 CHARLES STREET BOSTON. MASS. 02114 FOOTWEAR and FASHION There is sumptuous variety about New England weather that compels the stranger ' s admiration— and regret ... In the spring I have counted one hundred and thirty-six different kinds of weather inside of 24 hours . . . Mark Twain Best wishes for future success to the Class of 1968. The Beacon 143 .i.i ALMA MATER HYMN Hail to you, our Alma Mater Let our voices join in praise To the school whose inspiration Will direct us all our days. As we stand before Life ' s portal You have given us a key To unlock the great world before us; And to you we ' ll loyal be. When the moment comes for parting And we bid these halls good-bye We will take with us forever Thoughts of you that never die. Alma Mater, as we leave you We hold bright in memory Giving fame to the name of Fisher in our hearts you ' ll always be. 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1969

Fisher College - Beacon Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection, 1970 Edition, Page 1

1970

Fisher College - Beacon Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection, 1971 Edition, Page 1

1971

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