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I lxrafz, V. Troianu. P. G!U'll11f'!1ft1lI, lf. flon.'11ul1n1'rf' an ar1r1'c'I1f
llave you ever watchecl a stualent plug away at
a tough assignlnent over a few openecl books in the
library? Engaging in research. whether it be a
niatter of learning about. Elizabethan England.
or tl1e wheres ancl whys of the Dreml Scott tlecision,
or the latest, intricacies of city planning or bonlb-
ing, is grintling work which every stuflent with
professional 1IlCllIl2ltl0llS nuist learn.
About 50 per eent of our stuclent bomly enters
institutions of higher learning. llost of the
liansilowne stuclents who apply for college are
arhnittexl. Pre-professional training is not an
exclusive niatter of the college or inclustrial school,
but starts right in liansclowne Iligh School.
Knowledge about legal lnatters, chilrl-labor
laws, free speech 2llllClNllIlQl1tS, state vs. national
jurismliction, semlition court. decisions, and innumer-
able other problems that the history stuclent
spades his way through is given its birth in high
Learning the functions of color, the control
of disease. religious rlifferences anrl similarities,
water supply limitations, and ineflical discoveries
have provicletl lllilllj' hours of llllcUI'IIl2itlUll anclen-
j0.VIll0l1t to the stuclent who envisages the years
to c.nne in scientific research or lneflicinc. Y1l0I'lll
papers written in biology. physics. chemistry.
trigononietry vary f!'Jlll early experilnents of
Ii. lfefizcl. J. I.l'UII,lfII'I1l, J. Kimzrfl, D. Jlzwller compare bool
Galileo to the latest fails in bonlb protection.
Journalists on the schools publieations, the
Lrzlzffm, with eleven consecutive 'hxll-.xlI1l'l'lC2lIlu
awarcls anrl six flfllllllllllii "Nh-flalist" awartls, anal
tl1e Ciflfllff tt' Gray, with eight consecutive first
place awarcls, have more than once lll'C2l1l1L'Il of a
eareer in the inefliuin of press conununication.
The English courses, from nine to twelve, offer
the ripest opportunities for all students to engage
in research, planning, organizing, anml co-or4linat-
ing, which they final usable in all types of work
which they engage in. With a knowledge of
correct English and a wifle backgrountl in worltl
literature, hopeful writers are given the spark
which provitles tlll'll' lives with the pillars of
strength that they neeml to lean on.
Students iuteresterl in public-speaking, ratlio
work. tlraniatics, have gainerl valuable experience
by participating in the many forums, discussion
groups, bull sessions, anfl tlebates which are
sponsoretl by all clepartinents and teachers. The
quick thinking and thorough planning whfch a
lawyer ueecls to win a case, or the diagnosis which
a iloctor neemls to save a life, or the planning that
an engineer nee4ls to builrl a house, or the human
wismloni which a social worker must have, are
sparkerl by every teacher in every i'lilSSl'UOI1l in