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Page 17 text:
Back Row: Dr, Netzer, Dr. Richardson, Dr. Mau, Miss Rogers, Dr. Behrens, Miss Trumper, Dr. Greene.
Front Row: Mr, Parry, Mr. Holcomb, Dr. Seger, Dr. Harmon, Dr. Welles,
'ilt's all in the attitude you talcef' Yes, class attitude weighs heavily in determining your
worth as a student. lt is only logical that the student who tal4es a genuine interest in his class
worlc and malces that interest evident will earn a more desirable position in the class standing.
Then, too, a knowledge olsubject matter always is essential in maintaining that high average.
For those untortunates who have found the HC" average unattainable there is the Faculty
Council, that group oi department heads, who set as their aim the readjustment of such
iloundering individuals. The inside story is that the Faculty Council really attempts to help
the below-average student analyse the snares which have made his school liie unsuccessful
in an academic sense, These snares are many and varied, ranging from an over-laden extra-
curricular program to an improper budgeting of worlcing time. Gpening the way to a new
start for these students is the Councils chiefaim.
The maintenance ol a high scholastic record is not the only raison d'etre ofthe Faculty
Council. The members of this organization are constantly striving for the betterment of
Geneseo Normal School in many ways, Through their combined etiorts, scholarship and
student lite here are being constantly improved to the benelit of all concerned.
ff FACULTY COUNCIL if
Page 16 text:
DEAN OF WOMEN
DR. LUCY i-IARMON
Enriched by much experience and many contacts with varied per-
sonalities, Dr. i-iarmon has brought to Geneseo an understanding of
student problems and an interest in student ambitions which have
made her otiice a center oi activity.
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Rap, rap, rapl "The meeting will please come to orderll' With these Familiar words, the presi-
dent of Student Co-Qperative Government opens the semi-monthly meetings of the organization.
The entire student body participates in these meetings, which are held in the auditorium of Qld
Such vital questions as recreations, reverse date vveel4-end, the budget, library seniors holding
Student Government ohfices, and other general school problems were discussed and voted upon
this year, amid much heated and healthy controversy.
By having this form of government, the students receive much that is oi value. Since they are
closely concerned with the many problems at hand, they learn to mal4e wise decisions, which will
benefit the school as a whole and not just a few individuals. Free expression of opinion is en-
couraged, and this leads to a Final vote which reflects the opinion ofthe majority of the student
body. Parliamentary procedure is closely observed, and this lcnovvledge of the rules of order
proves most valuable to the student body in other situations. Student government is the rule ofthe
people, and under the guidance oi capable leaders chosen by the students, the Geneseo Student
Co-operative Government moves lorvvard to more outstanding achievements each year.
Back Pow: Stark, Dr. Megathlin, Sherman, Failey. First Row: Mrs. Rider, Dayton.
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