|Paper||Westminster College Student Newspapers|
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Page 3 The PARSON December 14, 1963 Drama Apply Now For Production European Study Praised SUPERB DRAMA AT WESTMINSTER by Louie Campbell On Dec. 4, 5, and 6. the Drama Department and West- minster Players under the able direction of Miss Nina Rushmore presented the Percy and Denham play Ladies In Retirement. The efforts of Miss Rushmore under the watchful eyes of Mr. Lees were tantamount to a professional production. A well trained cast coupled with the efforts of the Theatre Production classes to render that perspicuity and yet hold the suspense which is so esential to a successful production. This achievement is complementary not only to Mr. Lees capable instruction, but to Miss Rushmore's ability to interpret and express in her own right. The college community is honored and proud to have such calibre of people whose unified efforts can produce such enjoyable Applications for three full year study programs in Paris, Vienna, and Freiburg, West Germany, for U.S. undergraduates are now being accepted. by Louie Campbell (Taken from an essay Comment on Friendship, Happi-nes- , and Affection, by Louie Campbell, 1961.) French. Enrollment is limited to juniors and a few outstanding sophomores. The Paris program is under the direction of a professor of the Institut dEtudes a part of the Univerof Paris. sity . . . So often in our daily lives we are confronted by emotion. In many instances it involves two n people, and Poli-tique- s, The Institute of European Studies announced in Chicago that students have until to submit formal applications for the 1964-6- June 5, 1964, 5 programs. The application period was opened earlier because enrollments for the spring 1964 programs in Vienna and Freiburg are filling up rapidly, Institute officials said. The Paris Honors program allows qaulified liberal arts students opportunities to study in their major fields at the University of Paris and other Paris schools. Six weeks of intensive language training before classes open hedp to prepare students for courses, which are taught only in The Institutes European Year program at the University of Vienna offers a choice between German and courses in hisEnglish-taugh- t literascience, tory, political ture, philosophy, psychology, economics, fine arts and other fields, plus intensive German language instruction and opportunities to take regular German-taugh- t courses in the university. Applicants need not have had German, but must be juniors or sophomores with at least averages. Das Deutsche Jahr at the C-pl- year - old University of Freidburg, in Germanys 500 - Black Forest, is conducted for juniors in political science, history, literature, philosophy, educational theory and psy- It offers complete chology. integration into a European university, together with one hour of tutoring for every hour of class. All courses, of course, are conducted in must German. Applicants ut Attention Students Tune in on Your Campus Forum Friday Evening O 7:30 P.M. KCPX (1320) Radio Campus News, Opinions, & Innovations have a B average. Each program includes two field trips in western Europe with Institute lecturers. A folder describing the programs is available from the Institute of European Studies, 35 E. Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois. STUDENT LOUNGE KING and PACE Rexall DRUG 17th South Corner of llth Ease and Gifts Stationery School Supplies Greeting Cards - '' I more often be-- than v not, tween people I of the of oppo-f- . i site sex. " i 1 r ' Other times, ""1 c I ' we are too quick to judge another, and rash 1 to our decisions about their character. Being human, we listen too much to other biased opinions, and are too conforming to form our own. We are washed by the tide of gossip, and overtly condemn while silently we question. I should like to submit that friendshipand overcomes pseudo-socia- l these barriers standards. Friendship to me is more than just the fact that one is on speaking terms with another. A friend is someone who will smile when you meet, someone to talk to when you are lonely, someone to speak with when you are too deeply involved with emotion to really comprehend particular problems. Friendship is preoccupied thoughtfulness when you are sick. Friendship is defending your opinion as being yours although not necessarily right. A friend is one who is concerned with not only your happiness, but the happiness of all your associates, and all people wherever they are. Affection, I would say, is the reward of friendship, and happiness is the dividend of being someones friend. Open from: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 8 Student Court Parsnips p.m. to 10 p.m. Follow these precepts, and be willing to go that extra step for someone, and you will find that there are friends that are a little more than fair weather friends. FEATURING QUALITY Rexall and NAME BRAND PRODUCTS Complete, Accurate PRESCRIPTION SERVICE Be "Nothing Inferior for Your Interior" SCHOOL SUPPLIES and , GROCERIES HARWOOD'S Breakfast - Lunch Snacks Sure To Ask About Our Open to 2053 So. STUDENT DISCOUNT! 1 1 p.m. 3th East these phut- -a Good show, old chap! bulk-rat- trial. In the spring an amendment to the S.G.A Constitution which will initiate the Court as a permanent organization of the CSA will be introduced. The judgment of the students concerning the systems value must be made. The Court would be interested in hearing from anyone any ideas which will strengthen, the concept. INGVAR'S BARBER SHOP Damn O noble Gort message for you...! As for me, I die. 1 by Stan Clark, Chief Justice The Student Court has now moved from a theoretical developmental stage to a functioning reality. With the conclusion of its first hearings early this month, the Court found itself asking many questions concerning procedure and function of the sessions. We sought and have received valuable criticism from observers, witnesses and defendants, which alone, with the observations of the justices themselves is being evaluated and incorporated where applicable. Some of the considerations thus far effected are; 1. Whereas the specific decisions of a case are a matter between the defendant and the Court, the opinion, i.e., the judgment and thinking behind the decision, are of general interest. Since these opinions do constitute an interpretation of the law and the specific facts of the case, they aid in the establishment of precedent. We therefore will post the opinion on the board at the outer hall of Converse. 2. The need was felt for some standards terms to be used by the four levels of campus judicial agencies, i.e.. House Councils, Student Judiciary, Board of Review and Administration. We have therefore established terms with definitions, a copy of which is available In the Dean of Students office or from the Chief Justice. 3. Because our function is somewhat unique, the degree to which we are analogous to a civil court varies with the specific consideration. This is particularly true in the case of witnesses. No student or other member is asked to serve as prosecution. Here, the Justices act as analogous to a board of inquiry in the military. Witnesses are asked to testify, yet the Court is the only body to examine the defendant. This is, by necessity, a sketchy outline of onr thinking and will he elaborated on to anyone wishing to know' more. During this initial year the Westminster community actually has the Student Court concept of social justice on e advertising BARBERING circulars! by Appointment Only (tie Pies) NO WAITING 1703 South 17th East Phone HUnter Before 3:30 to avoid the rush 21 I9fet fl.