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PIONEER Sacramento city college spring 1966
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highlights PIONEER Sacramento City College June 1966 Vol I, No 2 ANNIVERSARY: . Golden Jubilee at Capitol College CAFETERIA-OLOGY I A : . Most Popular Course SPECIAL FEATURE: . What, Me Worry? INQUIRING REPORTER: . Veterans View The Draft CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS . The Greeks and Other Kinds STUDENT GOVERNMENT . Officers and the Exec Council CANDID SCENE: . Caught In The Lens SPRING:. Cypridelirium Verna Hits Campus VOCATIONS: . Career-minded Groups COEDS: . Campus Lovelies On Parade COSMETOLOGY: . Science and Art of Beauty FINE ARTS: . The Creative Experience PIONEER DAY: . The West Comes To College EXTENDED-DAY CLASSES:. Learning In The Dark DRAMA: . " The Cherry Orchard " NURSES: . The Uniform Girls BASKETBALL: . Cagemen Finish Third BASEBALL: . Baseball Team Takes Crown GRAPPLERS:. Matmen End Second Campaign GYMNASTICS: . They Flow Through The Air LEARNING: . Without Books, That Is GRADUATION: . Only The Beginning . 1 . 6 . 9 .10 .11 .20 .23 .25 .27 .28 .31 .32 .33 .36 .37 .40 .46 .52 .58 .62 a .64 A BIT O’ HISTORY—Officially, the College will not observe its first fifty years of service until the fall semester. Jumping the gun, the PIONEER recalls a few of the milestones of higher edu¬ cation as they were " way back when. " ★ ★ ★ FRIDAY THE THIRTEENTH — The annual spring rites — " to blow off steam " —dates back to Circus Day in the Thirties. May 9-13 western garb and gingham dresses with sunbonnets were the official attire. The Colt revolv¬ ers in the holsters are usually sealed. ★ ★ ★ STUDENTS IN UNIFORM — The most tightly regimented and dedicated young intellectuals on campus are the men and women of the nursing corps. Nuns and men are also included in this exclusive LRJC program on the College campus. ★ ★ ★ MISCELLANEOUS—Explorations into the minds of college students can be shocking as well as revealing. Biologist Ann Russell probes the malaise of the season, and Worrier John McCarthy tabulates his frustrations. In addition, The Inquiring Reporter collected some views among veterans on the subject of the draft. ★ ★ ★ APOLOGIES AND THANKS — With only ten busy students to record the events of the semester and various other limitations, the staff reminds readers to understand why the PIONEER does not resemble LIFE Magazine too closely. With new journalism students arriving in the fall and with renewed enthusi¬ asm from the old, we look for improve¬ ment next issue. Meanwhile, thanks to those who helped us in this effort. FRONT COVER: Pat Weber symbolizes the spirit of spring and eternal youth as she relaxes in front of the City College tower, built 4l years ago. Photo by Sirlin Studio. A current controversy concerning the Tower and the Administration Building (of which it is a part) is whether the entire structure is going to crumble in an earthquake or whether it should be razed or merely reinforced to meet the specifications of the Field Act. LRJCboard members, other legal authorities, and the State Legislature are involved in the state-wide dilemma of what to do about school buildings constructed before 1933. BACK COVER: The Capitol will soon be gold- plated at a cost of $75,000. Photo by State High¬ way Department. PIONEER Magazine is published each semester by journalism students of Sacramento City College, 3835 Freeport Blvd., Sacramento, Calif. Los Rios Junior College District Superintendent Walter T. Coultas, SCC President Harold H. Stephenson, PIONEER Advisor J. N. McIntyre. STAFF: Photographers—Ashley Harkness, Michael Sarkisian, Quentin Fox. Artist — Marc Ericksen. Staffers—Judy Cutsinger, Mary Ann Foster, Dave Howery, John McCarthy, Ann Russell, Cathy Way.
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