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Collegian - 1959 December 11
Collegian - 1959 December 11
Anyone can generalize / by Larry Ernst (p.2) -- Out with Amos / by Gordon Harms (p.2) -- Unjustifiable seleciton / by two Western students (p.3) -- Legislature: Give him a chance / by Mike Barnhart (p.3) -- Give me a piece of rope / by Bob Stevenson (p.3) -- Union dedication: A place for talking (p.5) -- Union board: More than a play-pen (p.5) -- Valkyrie: to promote enthusiasm (p.5) -- Buildings: Metamorphosis 1960 (p.5) -- Artist & Lecture: "I love my work" / by Carolyn Newton (p.6) -- Bachelors Club: Subject to approval (p.6) -- Christmas concert: Slated for Monday (p.6) -- Christmas Sing: Students invited (p.6) -- German Club: Foreign language major? (p.6) -- Honors convocation: Four get scholarships (p.7) -- AWS commission: An Oligarchic rule? (p.7) -- Christmas Tolo: He never danced (p.7) -- Our Lounge: A giant wastebasket / by Mike McVay (p.7) -- House mothers: In a bull session (p.8) -- Official college calendar (p.8) -- Library (p.8) -- As I see it / by Howard DeWitt (p.10) -- Basketball: "An atrocious beginning" / by Doug Simpson (p.11), [Unidentified basketball player] (p.1) -- President Jarrett (p.5) -- Blanche Thebom (p.6) -- George Kybus: AWS Tolo King (p.7) -- [Howard DeWitt] (p.10) -- [Unidentified basketball player, #24] (p.10) -- Easy Ed Vadset (p.11), The Legislature (p.3), Ken Robertson, Acting editor; Howard DeWitt, Associate editor; Doug Simpson, Associate editor; Bob Stevenson, Art editor; Keith Allen, Assistant editor; Judy Borman, Assistant editor, Sylvia Aldrich, Business manager, Duane Spangler, The digitized WWU student newspapers are made possible by the generous support of Don Hacherl and Cindy Hacherl (Class of 1984) and Bert Halprin (Class of 1971)
Collegian - 1959 December 17
Collegian - 1959 December 17
Now when Jesus was born ... (p.2) -- Idea / by Ken Robertson (p.3) -- Impressions / by Karen Starlund (p.4) -- Students sleep too much ... / by Judy Borman (p.5) -- Science is wonderful? / by Bob Stevenson (p.7) -- Once again the fat man ... / by Gordon Mills (p.8) -- Too scared to wonder / by Ken Robertson (p.9) -- The big red lie (p.13) -- Nuriel mission: Solving your problems / by Bud Morisette (p.14) -- The hearths are warm with laughter ... / by The Collegian Staff (p.16), [Unidentified artwork] (p.10) -- [Unidentified student] (p.10) -- [Unidentified artwork] (p.11) -- Student Union Building at night (p.11), Don't you feel you shouldn't be watching? / by K. Allen (p.6) -- "Ya man, and then this angel said ... " (p.12) -- [Christmas bell-ringer's woes] / by K. Allen (p.15), Ken Robertson, Acting editor; Howard DeWitt, Associate editor; Doug Simpson, Associate editor; Bob Stevenson, Art editor; Keith Allen, Assistant editor; Judy Borman, Assistant editor, Sylvia Aldrich, Business manager, Duane Spangler, The digitized WWU student newspapers are made possible by the generous support of Don Hacherl and Cindy Hacherl (Class of 1984) and Bert Halprin (Class of 1971)
Collegian - 1959 December 4
Collegian - 1959 December 4
Give me a piece of rope / by Bob Stevenson (p.2) -- A policy note (p.2) -- 'We're living in an age of academic schizophrenia ... ' (p.2) -- Coordinators of lethargy / by Bob Poldevart (p.3) -- Procrastination: 'Drat it all ... ' / by Stacy Tucker (p.3) -- Art display: 'Changing horizons ...' (p.3) -- Press conference: 'College is to modify' / by Keith Allen (p.4) -- Civic Symphony: Borrowed from 'Kismet?' / by Stacy Tucker (p.4) -- Student life is being changed (p.5) -- Government's domain: More transaction per square foot / by Gordon Mills (p.6) -- Coffee and cigarettes: Personalities in an ashtray / by Karen Bainter (p.6) -- Publications & recreation: The gullible public and a magazine / by Judy Borman (p.8) -- Ski Fashions: Snowbound for fifty cents (p.9) -- Official college calendar (p.9) -- Basketball: Tip-off time tonight (p.11) -- Loud house: an interesting noise (p.11) -- Stats: Martin led the club (p.11) -- Jarrett & athletics: 'No major change' (p.11), [Student Union Building at night] (p.1) -- [Student Union scene] (p.2) -- Bob Poldevart (p.4) -- [Blanche Thebom] (p.4) -- The student (p.5) -- On the main floor (p.6) -- John Schermerhorn (p.6) -- The Music room (p.7) -- Jack Rabourn, Marilyn Baker (p.7), Ken Robertson, Acting editor; Howard DeWitt, Associate editor; Doug Simpson, Associate editor; Bob Stevenson, Art editor; Keith Allen, Assistant editor; Judy Borman, Assistant editor, Sylvia Aldrich, Business manager, Duane Spangler, The digitized WWU student newspapers are made possible by the generous support of Don Hacherl and Cindy Hacherl (Class of 1984) and Bert Halprin (Class of 1971)
Collegian - 1959 November 13
Collegian - 1959 November 13
Surprise A-L: Speaker ignored, insulted / by Stacy Tucker (p.2) -- Give me a piece of rope / by Bob Stevenson (p.3) -- For legislators - a lesson from Homer (p.3) -- Collegian pages: Low ill-founded trash / by Paul Koroscil (p.4) -- Legislature: Smoldering green wood / by Bob Stevenson (p.5) -- Play: Ironing out problems (p.5) -- Student wives: Club more active (p.5) -- Artists & Lecture: Organized in Hungary (p.6) -- Student Union: Rabourn reveals theme (p.6) -- Mathematics: Preparation for teachers (p.6) -- Daniels Hall: In another world / by Paul MacBeth (p.6) -- Homecoming: Gods in their places (p.7) -- New standard: Must pass new exam (p.7) -- Food: Sunday's social romp / by Budd Morisette (p.8) -- Student Union: Be a lounge rat / by Gordy Mills (p.8) -- Looking at sports / by John Greer (p.10) -- Football: Remember last year (p.11) -- Statistics: Ladines ranks high (p.11) -- Gymnasium: An attractive addition (p.11) -- Teaching: Communist in the class? (p.12) -- Official college calendar (p.12), [Homecoming entertainers] (p.1) -- Western band at Homecoming (p.5) -- Princess Sue Johnston (p.6) -- ASB Prexy Gustavson and Queen Peg (p.7) -- WWC basketball (p.10) -- Action at Homecoming (p.11), That's the third 8 o'clock ... (p.3) -- "Explain it? What For? ... (p.8) -- Circulation has increased (p.8), Ken Robertson, Acting editor; Howard DeWitt, Associate editor; Doug Simpson, Associate editor; Bob Stevenson, Art editor; Keith Allen, Assistant editor; Judy Borman, Assistant editor, Sylvia Aldrich, Business manager, Duane Spangler, The digitized WWU student newspapers are made possible by the generous support of Don Hacherl and Cindy Hacherl (Class of 1984) and Bert Halprin (Class of 1971)
Collegian - 1959 November 20
Collegian - 1959 November 20
Give me a piece of rope / by Bob Stevenson (p.2) -- Publications: one more newsmagazine (p.2) -- Faculty advisers: the 'pecking order' (p.2) -- Ibsen and Gregory: Out of the rushes (p.3) -- Press conference: Dorm funds appropriated (p.5) -- SUB dedication: Plans in a flurry (p.5) -- Poet coming: "I knew a phoenix" (p.5) -- Union board: Lobbying for stereo (p.5) -- Feld Quartette: 'First good musicians' / by Stacy Tucker (p.6) -- The Wild Duck: When the curtains rise / by Judy Borman (p.6) -- AWS Tolo: Just 14 days to shop (p.8) -- Summer registration (p.8) -- Official college calendar (p.8) -- Basketball: Eight transfers to help (p.10) -- Football: Viks fourth in conference (p.11) -- As I see it / with Howard DeWitt (p.11) -- Summary: This week in brief (p.12) -- Scholarship Society (p.12) -- Milestones ... (p.12), Ibsen's "Wild Duck" (p.1) -- [Dr. William Gregory] (p.3) -- [From "The Wild Duck"] (p.6) -- [Cast rehearse scenes from "The Wild Duck"] (p.7) -- Len Gargarello (p.11) -- [Howard DeWitt] (p.11), A Compatriot: 'news in the fifth dimension' (p.2), Ken Robertson, Acting editor; Howard DeWitt, Associate editor; Doug Simpson, Associate editor; Bob Stevenson, Art editor; Keith Allen, Assistant editor; Judy Borman, Assistant editor, Sylvia Aldrich, Business manager, Duane Spangler, The digitized WWU student newspapers are made possible by the generous support of Don Hacherl and Cindy Hacherl (Class of 1984) and Bert Halprin (Class of 1971)
Collegian - 1959 November 7
Collegian - 1959 November 7
'Try underwater basketweaving / by Bob Wheeler (p.3) -- Give me a piece of rope / by Bob Stevenson (p.5) -- The worshippers asked why ... (p.5) -- Press conference: Jarrett on the spot / by Keith Allen (p.7) -- Interview: The Governor at 2 a.m. (p.7) -- Honors program: The severest taskmaster (p.8) -- Inauguration: 'We need a lusty vice' / by Karen Bainter (p.8) -- 'Nowadays we look tame ...' (p.9) -- Boese concert: Dull and without life / by Stacy Tucker (p.10) -- Student Union: Dedication set (p.10) -- Wild duck: Through a skylight (p.10) -- ASB presidency: Success and rock hunter / by Liz Sundstrom (p.11) -- Legislature: 'Buttons' a strong fourth (p.11) -- Coffee hour: Prelude to Wild Duck (p.11) -- Official college calendar (p.12) -- As I see it / with Howard DeWitt (p.14) -- Football: Vikings come of age / by John Greer (p.15) -- Co-captains: Hard men to replace (p.15) -- They had to dig for talent ... (p.16) -- "It's regal, man, like really Roman" (p.17) -- A design at last ... (p.18) -- The Royal court (p.19) -- From Rome, a decree: (p.20), Queen Sigrid XXII, Miss Peggy Owner (p.2) -- Dr. Jarrett (p.7) -- Inaugural procession (p.7) -- A. H. Sturtevant (p.9) -- H. J. Muller (p.9) -- T. R. McConnell, Louis Bruno, J. Alan Ross, and Paul D. Woodring (p.9) -- A Earl Birney (p.9) -- Raymond Boese , Ken Robertson, Acting editor; Howard DeWitt, Associate editor; Doug Simpson, Associate editor; Bob Stevenson, Art editor; Keith Allen, Assistant editor; Judy Borman, Assistant editor, Sylvia Aldrich, Business manager, Duane Spangler, The digitized WWU student newspapers are made possible by the generous support of Don Hacherl and Cindy Hacherl (Class of 1984) and Bert Halprin (Class of 1971)
Collegian - 1960 April 15
Collegian - 1960 April 15
MUN: "No right to speak" (p.2) -- Visitation day: an honest look (p.2) -- Union board: mental health emphasized (p.2) -- AWS Tolo: dreaming again ... (p.3) -- Pi Kappa Delta: cold weekend with words (p.3) -- Legislature: no agreement verbal or written / by Liz Sundstrom (p.4) -- Klipsun: more than a book of mug shots (p.4) -- Choir concert: most impressive efforts / by Stacy Tucker (p.4) -- A & L: from Realism to Abstract (p.5) -- AWS election: Engelson heads list / by Carolyn Newton (p.5) -- The softness around us: "Materialism and Payola the symptoms of the softness of American society" (p.6) -- Stevenson a winner: Massachusetts next / by Gary Odegaard (p.8) -- SSI: sophistication and decor (p.8) -- Music: sixty-seven voices on tour (p.9) -- SWEA: a trophy presented (p.9) -- Artist and lecturer: a confused adolescent (p.9) -- Official college calendar (p.9) -- Track: relay decided it (p.10) -- Baseball: a long, dry afternoon (p.11) -- Golf: Ewart medalist (p.11) -- Tennis: all but one singles (p.11), [Driftwood on the beach] (p.1) -- Bill Treadwell (p.2) -- Marshall Bronson (p.3) -- Stacy Tucker (p.4) -- The new AWS: Joan Kulbitski, Bonnie Baker, Sylvia Aldrich, and Lynne Engelson (p.5) -- Students hurrying to take their places around the Maypole (p.6, Howard DeWitt, Editor; Liz Sundstrom, News editor; Judy Borman, Feature editor; Mike McVay, Sports editor, Sylvia Aldrich, Business manager; Reporters: Yvonne Westman; Sharon Gilfillan; Karen Bainter; Carolyn Newton; Gary Odegaard; Leo Dodd; Murray Sands; Ken Robertson; Charles Mays; Sports Staff: Tony Whitefield; Ray Devier; Roger Myers; John Greer; Doug Simpson, Ken Robertson; Elmer Ostrander, The digitized WWU student newspapers are made possible by the generous support of Don Hacherl and Cindy Hacherl (Class of 1984) and Bert Halprin (Class of 1971)
Collegian - 1960 April 22
Collegian - 1960 April 22
The sex education battle: Adam's sin magnified by a petition / by Stacy Tucker (p.3) -- Free verse: ode to a roundworm / by Karen Bainter (p.3) -- Letter to the editor / by Jack Rabourn (p.3) -- Faculty speaks: man is susceptible / by Carolyn Newton (p.4) -- Music: a promising quarter (p.4) -- A & L: "The presidential horserace" (p.4) -- Taylor leaves: the "houseape" visits (p.5) -- Young Democrats: "a battle of brain power" / by Gary Odegaard (p.5) -- Western's Honors program: a source of pleasure to see the manner in which the students have dealt with ideas for the sake of ideas themselves (p.6) -- A thinking process: Darwin and literature / by Murray Sands (p.6) -- Artist and lecturer: nods of approval / by Judy Borman (p.9) -- E.C.S.A.: knowledge and ability to lead (p.9) -- Official college calendar (p.9) -- Tennis: no seasoning (p.10) -- Track: depth takes toll (p.10) -- Intramurals: rivalries exist (p.11) -- Golf: two ways (p.11) -- Basketball: it was different (p.11), [Charles Stockwell] (p.1) -- Dr. Hicks (p.4) -- Alistair Cooke (p.4) -- Candidate Johnson gives Western Democrats his platform (p.5) -- Charles Stockwell (p.6) -- Dr. Flora (p.6) -- Dr. Mayer (p.6) -- Jack Rabourn (p.9) -- Chuck Bertrand (p.10) -- [Ed Vad, Howard DeWitt, Editor; Ed Vadset, Assistant editor; Liz Sundstrom, News editor; Judy Borman, Feature editor; Mike McVay, Sports editor, Sylvia Aldrich, Business manager; Reporters: Yvonne Westman; Sharon Gilfillan; Karen Bainter; Carolyn Newton; Gary Odegaard; Leo Dodd; Murray Sands; Ken Robertson; Charles Mays; Stacy Tucker; Sports Staff: Tony Whitefield; Ray Devier; Roger Myers; John Greer; Doug Simpson, The digitized WWU student newspapers are made possible by the generous support of Don Hacherl and Cindy Hacherl (Class of 1984) and Bert Halprin (Class of 1971)
Collegian - 1960 April 29
Collegian - 1960 April 29
Americanism: a party to parties / by Gary Odegaard (p.3) -- Before they get a chance / by Leo Dodd (p.3) -- It might seem strange, but ... seventeen million Americans have severe mental disorders (p.4) -- TV debut: a typical student (p.5) -- SSI: playboy escapades (p.5) -- Heaven & Hell: the Devil to pay / by Bonnie Baker (p.5) -- Aftermath: stars in the eyes (p.5) -- Legislature: the conscience box / by Judy Borman (p.6) -- Co-ed problems: no sound of fury (p.6) -- Meet your legislators: forced to act (p.6) -- Drama: strange new plays (p.7) -- The fountain: all wet already (p.7) -- Is America going soft? (p.7) -- 20 new faculty: four new college councils and the men who will man them ... 'education' over 'training' (p.8) -- Next Friday: the Governor speaks (p.9) -- Official college calendar (p.9) -- Track: The day the rain came (p.11) -- Golf: only two cracked (p.11) -- Baseball: stroking the doubles (p.11) -- Tennis: two missed the click (p.11), [Old Main lawn] (p.1) -- Odegaard (p.3) -- Bill Wright (p.3) -- One out of ten ... (p.4) -- ... Must be understood (p.4) -- Athlete of The Year candidates: [Jerry Joyce, Jack Sim, Ron Crowe, and Ron Ladines] (p.5) -- Bob Burgoyne (p.6) -- "Rainforest" (p., Howard DeWitt, Editor; Ed Vadset, Assistant editor; Liz Sundstrom, News editor; Judy Borman, Feature editor; Mike McVay, Sports editor, Sylvia Aldrich, Business manager; Reporters: Yvonne Westman; Sharon Gilfillan; Karen Bainter; Carolyn Newton; Gary Odegaard; Leo Dodd; Murray Sands; Ken Robertson; Charles Mays; Stacy Tucker; Sports Staff: Tony Whitefield; Ray Devier; Roger Myers; John Greer; Doug Simpson, The digitized WWU student newspapers are made possible by the generous support of Don Hacherl and Cindy Hacherl (Class of 1984) and Bert Halprin (Class of 1971)
Collegian - 1960 April 8
Collegian - 1960 April 8
Before they get a chance / by Leo Dodd (p.3) -- Suddenly it doesn't matter: "we think ourselves sophisticated" / by Stacy Tucker (p.3) -- Play: satire on communication and education (p.4) -- Young Democrats: the seven-year Republican mass / by Gary Odegaard (p.4) -- Pilfering: an internal Gestapo? (p.4) -- Artist and lecturer: haunting music from Porgy and Bess (p.5) -- Mathematics: molecular structure (p.5) -- Scholarships: some English at Western (p.5) -- Petitioning: character of totalitarianism (p.5) -- Blue Barnacles (p.5) -- Debate: from the height of Athenian development / by Ken Robertson (p.6) -- Pi Kappa Delta: Forensics tourney draws 140 / by Karen Bainter (p.6) -- Official college calendar (p.7) -- Selective Service: beat the draft, April 28 (p.7) -- Humanist vs. scientist: Hovde, Taylor and Jarrett open a class and a controversy; after Lolita and Faulkner, what next? (p.8) -- Expansion: buildings sprouting like mushrooms / by Murray Sands (p.9) -- John Patric, noted editor, author and World traveler, explains a forty year story similar to the recent Andrews-Holland controversy (p.10) -- The Scopes trial: battle of the legal titans / by John Patric (p.10) -- World tensions: Pasco High offers game of Clout (p.11) -- Library: a charging machine (p.12) -- Two powers: students drank beer / by Mike McVay (p.12) -- Co-op: Holm, Saeger added (p.12) -- WRA: convention to be held (p.12) -- Rugby: last to be eliminated / by Pete Napper (p.14) -- Track: Olympic hopefuls abundant (p.15) -- Civic Field: 175 rain soaked voters / by John Greer (p.15) -- Baseball: an unhappy trip (p.15), [Bob Pike and Paul Herbold outside Old Main] (p.1) -- Leo Dodd (p.3) -- Secretary of State Meyers expounds on five major topics (p.4) -- Herbold and Pike discuss tournament plans (p.6) -- Bob Pike (p.6) -- John Schermerhorn (p.7) -- Dr. Paul Herbold (p.7), Do you have a campus approved parking sticker? / by Ron Safsten (p.12), Howard DeWitt, Editor; Liz Sundstrom, News editor; Judy Borman, Feature editor; Mike McVay, Sports editor, Sylvia Aldrich, Business manager; Reporters: Yvonne Westman; Sharon Gilfillan; Karen Bainter; Carolyn Newton; Gary Odegaard; Leo Dodd; Murray Sands; Ken Robertson; Charles Mays; Sports Staff: Tony Whitefield; Ray Devier; Roger Myers; John Greer; Doug Simpson, The digitized WWU student newspapers are made possible by the generous support of Don Hacherl and Cindy Hacherl (Class of 1984) and Bert Halprin (Class of 1971)
Collegian - 1960 August 19
Collegian - 1960 August 19
Editorial comment (p.2) -- Impressions of summer school: the changes weren't only physical / by Marilyn Sue Wheeler (p.3) -- Then there were six / by Stacy Tucker (p.4) -- Six images of a city ... (p.6) -- Below the hill, many tastes at sunset (p.6) -- Here in the gray of morning's chill ... (p.6) -- The stream of cars ... (p.6) -- Breezes that might have played on Olympus ... (p.6) -- Atop the hill, ... (p.6) -- Out of the East, ... (p.6) -- A roar of speeding motors ... (p.6) -- Lakewood: unlimited potential for the vertical swamp of yesteryear (p.7) -- Where the sunlight fell, the shadows played on students, too (p.8) -- A letter from a "land of enchantment" where some students traveled (p.9) -- John Schermerhorn, BOC member: Clashes aside (p.10) -- From the library: fees, fines and penalties (p.10) -- From the Collegian: Liz's rousing stories and (p.10), [Unidentified student works in lab] (p.1) -- [Lake scene] (p.2) -- [Summer activity scenes] (p.3) -- [Old Whatcom courthouse] (p.6) -- Bellingham waterfront scenes] (p.6) -- [Jar in sunlight] (p.6) -- [Students at Lakewood dock] (p.7) -- [Summer activity, Judy Borman, Editor, Wayne Ehlers, Business manager; Pat Hawn, Staff secretary; Reporters: Liz Sundstrom; Jane Brand; Sue Wheeler; Doug Simpson; Kitty Melton; Artists: Stacy Tucker; Virginia Hennis, Ken Robertson; Elmer Ostrander, The digitized WWU student newspapers are made possible by the generous support of Don Hacherl and Cindy Hacherl (Class of 1984) and Bert Halprin (Class of 1971)
Collegian - 1960 August 5
Collegian - 1960 August 5
Visiting instructor: "The waves of disturbance..." (p.1) -- Official summer calendar (p.2) -- Dean McDonald, recreation chairman: another potluck; "Exhilarating but exhausting" (p.2) -- Escape from Utopia / by Stacy Tucker (p.3) -- Building a school: in only two short courses (p.4) -- A unique contribution (p.5) -- Liz Sundstrom, BOC member: Last refuge (p.7) -- BOC report: room-mates on the track (p.7), [Campus building] (p.1) -- [African mask] (p.1) -- Dean McDonald (p.2) -- [Trees] (p.3) -- [Trees in snow] (p.4) -- Claremont Quartet (p.5) -- [Mountain scene] (p.5) -- Liz Sundstrom (p.7), [Two students] / by Virginia Hennis (p.2) -- Mrs. Ksiolthoy, 6th grade / by Virginia Hennis (p.4), Judy Borman, Editor, Wayne Ehlers, Business manager; Pat Hawn, Staff secretary; Reporters: Liz Sundstrom; Jane Brand; Sue Wheeler; Doug Simpson; Kitty Melton; Artists: Stacy Tucker; Virginia Hennis, Ken Robertson; Elmer Ostrander, The digitized WWU student newspapers are made possible by the generous support of Don Hacherl and Cindy Hacherl (Class of 1984) and Bert Halprin (Class of 1971)
Collegian - 1960 February 12
Collegian - 1960 February 12
[Letter] / by Budd Morisette (p.2) -- Editorial: Can the legislature regulate freedom? / by Bob Stevenson (p.2) -- D'Andrea speaks: Tchaikovsky's Fourth at dinner? (p.3) -- Ugliest man: Tolo King gets thumbs down (p.3) -- Onstage and backstage at the play: the sounds are muffled and far away by Karen Bainter (p.4) -- The players: then, a booming voice (p.4) -- Legislature: a consistent, friendly discussion (p.6) -- Union board: press wins point (p.6) -- The Writer: expressive, experimental writing (p.6) -- Artist and lecturer: Marxism a fraud (p.7) -- WUS drive: returns short of goal (p.7) -- Elections: President, Veep and four legislators to be elected / by Gary Odegaard (p.7) -- From the pit: free verse for the clod (p.8) -- The bus: Maybe he's maladjusted / by Keith Allen (p.8) -- Ode to a jock: 'The Campus Hero' / by John Livesey (p.8) -- Campus listings (p.8) -- Official college calendar (p.8) -- Engagement (p.8) -- Basketball: two for the road (p.10) -- The big test: PLC this weekend / by Doug Simpson (p.10) -- Rugby: Viks win ... Eilers goes 80 yards (p.11) -- Rugby pointers / by Ray Devier (p.11), [Rehearsing for "Where's Charley?"] (p.1) -- "I believe in the esthetic": Dr. Frank D'Andrea (p.3) -- Gregory (p.4) -- Aston and ... (p.5) -- ... Schermerhorn (p.5) -- Gregory, Flanders, the Players (p.5) -- Zentner and Bridgeman meditate, favor press fre, Well, Sid, if I can ... / by Doug Smith (p.7), Howard DeWitt, Editor; Bob Stevenson, Associate editor; Liz Sundstrom, News editor; Judy Borman, Feature editor; Mike McVay, Sports editor; Nigel Adams, Assistant sports editor, Sylvia Aldrich, Business manager; Reporters: Yvonne Westman; Sharon Gilfillan; Keith Allen; Karen Bainter; Carolyn Newton; Tino Sousanes; Mina Ghattas; Sports Staff: Brian Beringer; Tony Whitefield; Ray Devier; Roger Myers; John Greer; Terry Slettedahl, The digitized WWU student newspapers are made possible by the generous support of Don Hacherl and Cindy Hacherl (Class of 1984) and Bert Halprin (Class of 1971)
Collegian - 1960 February 19
Collegian - 1960 February 19
Money in chunks ... / by Don Price (p.2) -- Foul language / by Gail Bilodeau (p.2) -- A poll is biased / by John Troutner (p.2) -- Los in paranoia / by Ken Robertson (p.2) -- "Bruised egoes" / by David Colburn (p.3) -- Collegian "bigots" / by Doug Simpson (p.3) -- English competency (p.3) -- Official college calendar (p.3) -- Elections: fourteen file for six posts / by Gary Odegaard (p.4) -- Junior prom: "Flambeau" gay, exotic (p.4) -- Murray speaks: Man's values from the Judeo-Christian tradition (p.5) -- Play: "Farcical story unfolded" (p.5) -- SWEA: Western hosts conference (p.5) -- The legislators speak: A frank analysis of student government, by the people that run it. Is faculty control imminent in the near future, or will the legislature remain autonomous? "Let's pool biases" / by Liz Sundstrom (p.6) -- Government: put it in the box ... / by John Troutner (p.7) -- Legislature: basking in personality / by Leo Dodd (p.7) -- Lobbying: "Ponder the power ..." / by Mike Barnhart (p.8) -- Opinions: most have no reasons / by Murray Sands (p.8) -- Basketball: Vadset sinks PLC with fourteen in final minutes / by Tony Whitefield (p.10) -- Rugby: Viks held scoreless / by Ray Devier (p.10) -- Jayvee basketball: Little Viks edge Shack on Slettedahl's 17 points (p.11) -- Swimming: Viks outclassed (p.11) -- League standings (p.11) -- Forensics: Tyro tourney success / by Jack Sigurdson (p.11) -- Ugly man: "Anyone can sign up" (p.11), [Howard DeWitt and Leo Dodd] (p.1) -- The five Queen candidates (p.4) -- Dr. Keith Murray (p.5) -- The committee takes a poll (p.6) -- DeWitt and Dodd talk it over (p.6) -- John Troutner (p.7) -- Collegian writer (p.7) -- Leo Dodd (p.8), [Trash can] / by Doug Smith (p.2), Howard DeWitt, Editor; Bob Stevenson, Associate editor; Liz Sundstrom, News editor; Judy Borman, Feature editor; Mike McVay, Sports editor; Nigel Adams, Assistant sports editor, Sylvia Aldrich, Business manager; Reporters: Yvonne Westman; Sharon Gilfillan; Keith Allen; Karen Bainter; Carolyn Newton; Tino Sousanes; Mina Ghattas; Sports Staff: Brian Beringer; Tony Whitefield; Ray Devier; Roger Myers; John Greer; Terry Slettedahl, The digitized WWU student newspapers are made possible by the generous support of Don Hacherl and Cindy Hacherl (Class of 1984) and Bert Halprin (Class of 1971)
Collegian - 1960 February 26
Collegian - 1960 February 26
A good attempt / by Richard L. Harris (p.2) -- Put prestige away / by Jerry Lybeck (p.2) -- Evaluating Dodd / by Jack Rabourn (p.2) -- Embrace these concepts / by John Schermerhorn (p.2) -- "I read wall-scribbles" / by Jerry Caton (p.2) -- The soot-covered Buddhas today: an editorial / by Stacy Tucker (p.3) -- Play: where the nuts come from / by Karen Bainter (p.4) -- Candidates speak: more student control / by Gary Odegaard (p.4) -- Artist and Lecture: Clipped r's and broad a's / by Yvonne Westman (p.5) -- The role of the Finance Board (p.5) -- Basketball: Terrible twosome won it / by Mike McVay (p.7) -- Official college calendar (p.7), Student adviser for finance: Jerry Baker (p.1) -- Aston and Schermerhorn (p.4) -- "Khrushchev is not idly threatening us": Edward Weeks speaks (p.5) -- Jerry Baker (p.5), Howard DeWitt, Editor; Bob Stevenson, Associate editor; Liz Sundstrom, News editor; Judy Borman, Feature editor; Mike McVay, Sports editor; Nigel Adams, Assistant sports editor, Sylvia Aldrich, Business manager; Reporters: Yvonne Westman; Sharon Gilfillan; Keith Allen; Karen Bainter; Carolyn Newton; Tino Sousanes; Mina Ghattas; Sports Staff: Brian Beringer; Tony Whitefield; Ray Devier; Roger Myers; John Greer; Terry Slettedahl, The digitized WWU student newspapers are made possible by the generous support of Don Hacherl and Cindy Hacherl (Class of 1984) and Bert Halprin (Class of 1971)
Collegian - 1960 February 5
Collegian - 1960 February 5
[Letter] / by Elmer Knutson (p.2) -- Campus listings (p.2) -- Official college calendar (p.2) -- Comment: [WUS drive] (p.3) -- Comment: [Parking] / by Keith Allen (p.3) -- Student loans: We can't afford to go 'Ivy League' / by Judy Borman (p.3) -- A & L series: color, lighting and movement (p.4) -- NAC Symphonette: from Maine to Mexico (p.4) -- Play: "Where's Charley?" (p.4) -- Who dictates the students' policies? Faculty speaks ... an uncomfortable situation (p.5) -- Gerhard speaks: "Athiest, Christian or Beatnik?" (p.5) -- Russia: the children don't hate / by Karen Baintor (p.6) -- Legislature: Indifference reigned supreme (p.6) -- Marilyn Baker: a weekend in New York (p.7) -- Union board: who will pay? (p.7) -- Junior prom: the same people around the same stool (p.7) -- Campus marshall: Mac's first class cop / by Murray Sands (p.8) -- Young Democrats: more political interest (p.9) -- IRC sponsors ugly man (p.9) -- Basketball: UPS ... defensive slow / by Tony Whitefield (p.10) -- League standings (p.10) -- Jayvees win two (p.10) -- Rugby: unhappy Wanderers / by Ray Devier (p.11) -- The conference key / by Doug Simpson (p.11), [Professor of Psychology George Gerhard] (p.1) -- "Society should allow the creative person to express himself": George Gerhard (p.5) -- Toward a traumatic experience: George Gerhard (p.5) -- Dysart Maconaghie (p.8) -- Ron Crowe (p.10) -- Rugby (p.11), A cheering section for the play ... / by Doug Smith (p.4) -- "Come on, we're going social romping!" / by K. Allen (p.6), Howard DeWitt, Editor; Bob Stevenson, Associate editor; Liz Sundstrom, News editor; Judy Borman, Feature editor; Mike McVay, Sports editor; Nigel Adams, Assistant sports editor, Sylvia Aldrich, Business manager; Reporters: Yvonne Westman; Sharon Gilfillan; Keith Allen; Karen Bainter; Carolyn Newton; Tino Sousanes; Mina Ghattas; Sports Staff: Brian Beringer; Tony Whitefield; Ray Devie; Roger Myers; John Greer; Terry Slettedahl, The digitized WWU student newspapers are made possible by the generous support of Don Hacherl and Cindy Hacherl (Class of 1984) and Bert Halprin (Class of 1971)
Collegian - 1960 January 15
Collegian - 1960 January 15
Legislature: "My God, the standards" / by Keith Allen (p.2) -- Writers attention (p.2) -- New Editor named: "The pursestrings pulled" / by Liz Sundstrom (p.3) -- Viking Union: "A one-act mystery" (p.3) -- WUS assembly (p.3) -- Debate: "Teen agers compete" (p.4) -- Letter / by E. Neuzil (p.4) -- Christmas issue: A dead controversy / by Karen Bainter (p.4) -- Faculty speaks: With your own ideas (p.5) -- Rhodes Scholarship (p.5) -- The Writer: Cash prizes will be awarded winners (p.5) -- From its Cocoon / by Judy Borman (p.6) -- Science Building: live animals will roam on wood, steel and stone / by Bob Stevenson (p.6) -- Goegraphy: Around the World with Critchfield (p.8) -- Official college calendar (p.8) -- "Alumni engaged" (p.8) -- The scoreboard: Rugers by 10; PLC blocks way / by Mike McVay (p.10) -- Basketball: Heroes off the bench / by Tony Whitefield (p.12) -- Rugby: Mogambo leads the pack / by Nigel Adams (p.12), 'Out of the mud, a Cyclops': new Science Building takes shape (p.1) -- Howard DeWitt (p.3) -- The judges compare (p.4) -- Chuck Bertrand (p.5) -- [Science Building] (p.6) -- Up from the foundation, and out of the mud (p.6) -- The shell began slowly, syste, He wants to quit and write for the Collegian / by Doug Smith (p.12), Howard DeWitt, Editor; Bob Stevenson, Associate editor; Liz Sundstrom, News editor; Judy Borman, Feature editor; Mike McVay, Sports editor; Nigel Adams, Assistant sports editor, Sylvia Aldrich, Business manager; Reporters: Yvonne Westman; Sharon Gilfillan; Keith Allen; Karen Bainter; Carolyn Newton; Tino Sousanes; Mina Ghattas; Sports Staff: Brian Beringer; Tony Whitefield; Ray Devier; Roger Myers; John Greer; Terry Slettedahl, The digitized WWU student newspapers are made possible by the generous support of Don Hacherl and Cindy Hacherl (Class of 1984) and Bert Halprin (Class of 1971)
Collegian - 1960 January 22
Collegian - 1960 January 22
[Letter] / by Roland R. Quinn (p.2) --[ Letter] / by Ken Robertson (p.2) -- [Letter] / by Judd Hammack (p.2) -- Play: Crestfallen looks (p.3) -- Debate: Congress and the Supreme Court (p.3) -- Union board: Time, Esquire and Life (p.3) -- Give me a piece of rope ... / by Bob Stevenson (p.3) -- I. D. Cards (p.3) -- Western at night: like a silent fog... (p.4) -- Press conference: History and Philosophy (p.6) -- Artist and lecture: Moore, Kovacs and Todd (p.6) -- Bookstore bind: "highly inflated prices" (p.6) -- WUS: "Light along the way" (p.7) -- Student recitals (p.7) -- Faculty speaks: Man, religion and science / by Sharon Gilfillan (p.7) -- Music: "Pops" under glass (p.7) -- Recital selections (p.7) -- Official college calendar (p.8) -- Basketball: The roof fell in (p.10) -- Gymnasium: A legislator's opinion / by Doug Simpson (p.10) -- Rugby pointers: Scrum and scoring / by Ray Devier (p.11) -- Swimming: 'Triangular meet Monday' (p.11) -- Rugby: Meraloma disaster (p.11) -- Basketball standings (p.11), A boy stands talking to a girl beneath the Arabesque curves (p.1) -- The board at work (p.3) -- [Inside the Student Union after dark] (p.4) -- [Unidentified students] (p.4) -- [Students on Edens steps after dark] (p.5) -- [Students study after dark] (p.5), Howard DeWitt, Editor; Bob Stevenson, Associate editor; Liz Sundstrom, News editor; Judy Borman, Feature editor; Mike McVay, Sports editor; Nigel Adams, Assistant sports editor, Sylvia Aldrich, Business manager; Reporters: Yvonne Westman; Sharon Gilfillan; Keith Allen; Karen Bainter; Carolyn Newton; Tino Sousanes; Mina Ghattas; Sports Staff: Brian Beringer; Tony Whitefield; Ray Devier; Roger Myers; John Greer; Terry Slettedahl, The digitized WWU student newspapers are made possible by the generous support of Don Hacherl and Cindy Hacherl (Class of 1984) and Bert Halprin (Class of 1971)
Collegian - 1960 January 29
Collegian - 1960 January 29
[Letter] / by John Livesey (p.2) -- [Letter] / by Richard W. Morris (p.2) -- Campus listings (p.2) -- Official college calendar (p.2) -- Who's Who: Scholarship and leadership (p.3) -- Meet your legislators / by Liz Sundstrom (p.3) -- A & L: "Wistfulness and haunting aura" / by Yvonne Westman (p.3) -- Taylor speaks: Half-dead fatted calves (p.4) -- WUS: Bachelors to sell bottles (p.4) -- The major upheaval: A drastic major reorganization / by Jack Rabourn (p.5) -- A changing curriculum / by Gary Odegaard (p.5) -- Give me a piece of rope / by Bob Stevenson (p.6) -- Announcements (p.6) -- Rugby: First rugby loss (p.7) -- Basketball: "A derailed express" / by Tony Whitefield (p.7), [Old Main after dark] (p.1) -- Leo Dodd (p.3) -- The WUS Committee busy at work (p.4) -- President Jarrett (p.5), Howard DeWitt, Editor; Bob Stevenson, Associate editor; Liz Sundstrom, News editor; Judy Borman, Feature editor; Mike McVay, Sports editor; Nigel Adams, Assistant sports editor, Sylvia Aldrich, Business manager; Reporters: Yvonne Westman; Sharon Gilfillan; Keith Allen; Karen Bainter; Carolyn Newton; Tino Sousanes; Mina Ghattas; Sports Staff: Brian Beringer; Tony Whitefield; Ray Devier; Roger Myers; John Greer; Terry Slettedahl, The digitized WWU student newspapers are made possible by the generous support of Don Hacherl and Cindy Hacherl (Class of 1984) and Bert Halprin (Class of 1971)
Collegian - 1960 July 1
Collegian - 1960 July 1
For an old campus, the new look (p.2) -- Mexico: one big goal (p.3) -- 'Suddenly last summer ...' (p.3) -- Editorial comment: The lax admission requirements ... / by Kitty Melton (p.4) -- Segregate the intellects? / by the Editor (p.5) -- Recreation (p.6) -- "Like a queen" (p.9) -- A & L Calendar (p.9) -- " a new experience" (p.11) -- Summer government: separate and apart (p.11), [Rainforest sculpture] (p.1) -- [Rose] (p.2) -- [Campus building] (p.2) -- [Old Main] (p.2) -- [Campus decor] (p.3) -- [Campus School pupils] (p.5) -- [Two students swim at Lakewood] (p.7) -- [Lakewood recreation scenes] (p.8) -- Carole Larson (p.9) -- Ju, Judy Borman, Editor, Wayne Ehlers, Business manager, The digitized WWU student newspapers are made possible by the generous support of Don Hacherl and Cindy Hacherl (Class of 1984) and Bert Halprin (Class of 1971)

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