The Sunflower, v.73, no.58 (Fall semester, 1969)
The Sunflower, v.73 no.58. Wichita, Kansas, Fall semester 1969. - 32 pages
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Article(s): University response to student needs dependent on feedback -- CAC organizes fun for every occasion -- New UC Dean Friesen excited with chance to assist freshmen / Elaine Records -- Concern for student exhibited by UCCM -- Pass-fail grading system? It's called credit, no-credit -- 112 Honors students -- WSU dormitories attempt to hold line against inflation / Cliff Bieberly -- Human relations everybody's job -- Planning positions go to Wichitan, Iowan -- Wilner Auditorium to gain improved lighting equipment -- Students must make efforts to improve their own school -- 'Hillside High' label appropriate, but doesn't have to remain -- WSU parking woes shown to be myth / Joe Coulter -- Student loan squeeze will pinch WSU aid -- Organ lessons ruin function of Chapel -- Not enough happening on campus says Assistant Dean of Students / Ritchie Kunkle -- Manager of Bookstore provides rebuttal to campus criticisms / Bruce Sankey -- Co-operative doctoral plan established -- International Club real · 'melting pot' -- Head ROTC brass maintains that instructors are qualified / Cliff Bieberly -- University Dames provide social activities, unifying atmosphere for wives of faculty -- WSU will have new campus building plan -- Pentagon says more ROTC for college campuses -- Equitable ticket writing policy goal of WSU Security Chief -- New Religion Department reality for fall semester -- IBM computers used for scoring test -- No babies yet: Student health service provides medical attention / Ruth Abbott -- Counselors to aid students in solving varied problems -- Four year Nursing Program will begin with 10 students this fall / Elaine Records -- WSU president discusses HEW unrest provision -- Katzenmeyer seeks student help to fill stadium -- MVC lifts ban on Shocker TV appearances -- Shocker turf could reduce grid injuries -- 1969 football season to open with WSU meeting Utah State -- Debaters make impressive record with five consecutive MVL wins / Ruth Abbott -- Mickey was once painted on clock -- CSR functions to create student social awareness -- WSU Tri Delta coed crowned Miss Kansas -- Fall reflections
Photograph(s): Uncaptioned color photograph of two female cheerleaders jumping at the left and right of a male cheerleader jumping up doing the splits. p. 1 -- Search not easy: Dr. James Rhatigan, dean of students, says a student must seek his own alternatives when at college. p. 2 -- Dynamic new dean: Dr. Walter Friesen, the enthusiastic dean of University College, has a message for all freshmen. p. 3 -- Cop out: The CAC Lounge is where you can go to have 10-minutes cop outs between classes or just stay for the day. p. 7 -- Jaddy Blake. p. 9 -- Campus gripe: Rebutting student criticism of Bookstore price, manager Dick Adkisson says "Nobody is getting rich at the students' expense." p. 10 -- Under protest: Several of the nation's campuses have been rocked with demonstrations denouncing ROTC teaching practices. p. 11 -- WSU recently purchased property from the Crestview Country Club for purposes of expansion. p. 12 -- Another scene from the Crestview Property which stretches from 17th to 1st streets [around the] Education Center to Oliver. p. 12 -- Designed by the late Frank Lloyd Wright, Corbain Education Center affords a serene beauty after sunset. p. 12 -- By day, Corbin Education's beauty takes a back seat to the more functional purpose of providing space for students. p. 12 -- The view between Morrison Hall and Duerksen Fine Arts Center at sunset. p. 13 -- The Campus Activities Center is streaked with activity most nights of the week. p. 13 -- The walk along Jardine Hall, McKinley Hall and the Art Building is a pleasant one. p. 13 -- This is how the new Neff Hall addition will look when completed. p. 13 -- Morrison Hall houses many administrative offices, the student services center and the campus [sentence not complete] p. 13 -- Grace Memorial Chapel is WSU's center for organ lessons and occasional student meditations. p. 13 -- Their own bag: The summer scene for the art department meant daily opportunities for the artists to get baked in the sun while doing class projects. p. 15 -- Phil Olsen. p. 22 -- Shocker friend: Although WSU's cheering Shocker has made only spotty appearances on the football sidelines in the past, it looks like the enthusiastic cheerleader will be back in fine voice this semester. p. 22 -- Margo makes it: Margo Schroder, 18-year-old auburn haired beauty from WSU was crowned Miss Kansas last Juy in Pratt. p. 24 -- Fall reflections fashion section. pp. 25-32