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The function of the Publications Board, headed by Langford Ander-
son, is to write the school newspaper and yearbook.
This year our one newspaper was published through the earnest
efforts of Chris Thomson. This animated edition was entitled "Oh
Bosh, It's Just Oure Olde School Journale!" Much credit goes to Chris
for his very original and much enjoyed publication.
With the aid of faculty advisor Mrs. Wadman, the yearbook staff
headed by Laurie Shambad, Editor-in-chief, Sylvia Diamond, Assistant
Editor, Vince Marchand, Business Manager, happily embarked on
setting up this REFLECTOR. They were assisted by a helpful yearbook
staff consisting of Marsha Reed, Grace Maloney, Joan Goldman, Nancy
Folsom, Dick Arnold, Paul Engborg, Dick Barrette, Marshall Dorfman,
and George Earley. Sincere thanks go to non-staff and faculty members
for their generous assistance.
Our purpose has been to help remember our days at NJC. This
REFLECTOR is our sailing point for recollecting the year 1958.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Paul Engborg, Sylvia Diamond, Langford Anderson, Laurie Shambad, Nancy
Page 14 text:
FIRST ROW: Don Lawn, J.W. Wilson, Joan Hunter. SECOND ROW: Sam Kapreilian
Nancy Folsom, Dr. Merrill, Dick Arnold, Ernie Dunbar
The Student Council is the link between the college
authorities and the student body because it carries out the
administration's policies in the light of student views.
Elected by the student body at the beginning of each school
year, the following students comprised the Council for the
year 1957-1958: JW Wilson, President, Don Lawn, Vice-
President, Joan Hunter, Secretary, Dick Arnold and Sam
Kapreilian, second-year representatives, and Nancy Folsom
Bob Carson, and Ernie Dunbar, first-year representatives.
Dr. Merrill, faculty advisor, was an invaluable aid.
By organizing boards and committees, the Council has
been the motivating force behind college activities and a
factor in school improvements. This year it devised a
parking lot system with the co-operation of the Building
Improvements Committee. Along with the time-consuming
task of revising the Constitution, the Council's other activ-
ties included sponsoring the annual sale of class rings,
planning our second Ivy Day, as well as acting as hosts at
the annual Math Tournament.
As a policy-making body, the Student Council has ful-
filled its purpose by assisting in the gradual yet lasting
growth of NJC.
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LEFT TO RIGHT: Joe Zimmerman, Carolyn Cleveland, John Mc-
Cluskey, Richard Giordano, George Earley, Alice Livingston, Bob
Carson, Sylvia Diamond
Public Relations Board
The Public Relations Board, with its subdivision, the Building Im-
provements Committee, has tried to promote good relations between
NJC and the community and to improve our school building. Headed by
George Earley, Chairmang John McCluskey, Vice-chairman, Richard
Giordano, Treasurer, and Joe Zimmerman, Secretary, the Board has
been helpful by assisting at Ivy Day and at two Newtonville Women's
Club fund-raising functions and by setting up the MIT State Science
Fair. Many thanks go to faculty advisor Dean Kennedy, under whose
guidance the Board worked.
Through the efforts of the Building Improvements Committee, NJC
has purchased a coffee urn. In addition, George Earley, John McClus-
key, Richard Giordano, and Al DelMonte, members of the committee,
have arranged the boys' lockers so as to permit a ping-pong room.
Similarly, the student lounge has been made more liveable by several
non-committee members who have rearranged furniture and helped in
keeping it presentable. Tentative plans have been made for next year to
further improve our well-used lounge.
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