The Sunflower, v.61, no.47 (April 9, 1957)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.61, no.47, Wichita, Kansas, April 9, 1957. - 6 pages
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Article(s): FAC dedicated Monday: Building started in Fall, 1954 -- Commission candidate to speak at banquet -- Sunflower, Parnassus: Keen competition boosts chances for staff jobs -- Rifles to aid in CP telethon -- Editorial: Center is cultural boon -- Board of Regents' vote to decide question of national affiliations / Don Stephan and Mary Simmonds -- Lieurance to receive high honor -- '31 graduate: Duerksen sees music school grow from small department -- Term teachers: 8 profs keep in shape -- YW representative to meet students -- Couldn't catch her: Joker baffles prof from India -- Sheet music wanted: Japanese shortage motivates local music group's project -- Glee club, harpist to appear on TV -- Located beneath new stage: FAC dance facilities provide classes privacy, atmosphere -- 'Murals plan track meet
Photograph(s): Ceiling lights form an unusual pattern on the walls of the music library. The School of Music's library of records is housed in this room of the Fine Arts Center. p. 1 -- Two views of the Fine Arts Center include (above) the foyer of the recital hall and (bottom) the practice and classroom areas. p. 1 -- Outdoor recitals will be presented in the ampitheater [sic]. p. 1 -- Facilities in the new Fine Arts Center include a lounge complete with cooking equipment. The lounge, located near the FAC auditorium, is available for use for receptions following programs and other meetings. p. 3 -- Student art work will be displayed in the foyer of the auditorium of the Fine Arts Center. Also included in the foyer during the dedication will be a modernistic ticket booth, in the far center, and a large planter. p. 3