University of Rochester - Interpres Yearbook (Rochester, NY)

 - Class of 1950

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XJ. 5 i WH ko it We yl A rx A , W Q' XX The Facult Ultima es s with its faculty. Plant, intentions mean nothinff O without a body of teachers capable of producino' D graduates who will be able to make hono d . re' and useful places for themselves in society, and thus bring credit to the school. The University of Rochester is blessed with a faculty that is among the best in the countr Y' Undergraduate teaching is on a high level, and the Graduate School is excellent. T tely, the reputation of any school r t he seminar system instituted in some subjects facilitates a closer stu- dent-teacher relationship than is possible in most schools. And, Hnally, the research facilities avail- able here have attracted men pre-eminent in their fields from all over the world. , X. W I Hlstory Standing: R. Wade, W. Coates, G. Van Deusen. Seated: H. Aikens, D. Perkins, A. May, Christopher.

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THE WOM EN'S STUDENTS' AS SOCIATION President ....... MARION BACON I Vice-President . . TILLY BRAMBLE Student Bursar ..,.. GISELLA CLOOS Recording Seoretaw . . HILDA INGEBRETSEN Corresponding Secretary . RHONA M.ACNEIL Front Row, Left to Rzlght: L. Bennett, I. Good, Gitelman. Second Row: B. Strider, G. Cloos, H. Ingebretsen, Dean Clark, F. Gracey, C. Holt, L. Patchen, P. Van De Wallc, M. Griggs. Third Row: T. Bramble, M. Bacon, N. Carlyon, R. Cupido, Mr. Wiltscy. tudents' Associations Three Of the most important and hard-working Organizations at the University of Rochester are the men's and wOmen,s Students' Associations and the Board Of Control of the College for Men. Although each group acts as an independent organiza- tion, the three work in close co-Operation throughout the year and together are responsible for the supervision and regulation of all campus activities requiring financial support as well as for the determination Of all policies of the undergraduate College. Comprised of seven students, three administrative members, three faculty members, and one alumnus, the Board of Control is responsible for distributing the income which it receives from student activity fees and gate receipts among all campus activities requiring financial support at the College for Men. In addition to exercising financial control, the Board aids in the Organization, planning, and management of the numerous campus activities and Of the athletic program. Acting as the liaison unit between students and the Adminis- and Board of ontrol tration, the Students' Association of the College for Men is designed to represent student interests in the formulation of new policies of the undergraduate college. The SA this year sponsored its usual number Of traditional college functions and worked in co-Operation with the Administration and the Students' Association On the Prince Street campus in inaugurat- ing the very successful convocation programs. The Students, Association of the College for Wfomen serves much the same purpose as does that On the River Campus, but in addition to its other activities exercises financial control, being wholly responsible for the distribution of funds received frOIn the womens student activity fees. The SA Board is com- posed Of its five Ofiicers elected by the entire student body, two faculty members chosen by the Board itself, and representatives Of the four classes and Of important student groups on campus. The Students' Associations On both campuses worked this year in co-Operation with the National Students' Association and took an active part in several NSA conferences. THE BOARD OF CONTROL President ...... DR. JOSEPH PLATT Vice-President , . KIRK HOWL.fXND Secretary . . . ROBERT HAMPTON Treasurer . . . . MR. PHILLIP PRICE THE NIEN'S STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION President .....,, XVILLIAM RY:XN Vice-President . . KIRK HOW'LfXND Secretary ....... ROBERT SIEVERT Treasurer . . . ARNOLD VAN DER LANDE .S'Ia11din,g.' F. Ostendorf, H. Merritt, S. Hamilton, W. Ryan. Seated: L. Alexander, R. Hampton, P. Price, -I. Platt, L. Wilder, T. Hoffman. 11



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