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    • Proscript (1966-03-11)

    • $16 Million Allocation Approval Seen -- Administration Takes Notice of Bang Three -- Honor Court Powers Stir Controversy in SGA House -- N.Y. Murder to Provide Dance Theme -- Scene Designer Set to Speak on Theater -- Saturday Classes? Survey May...
    • 1966-03-11
    • v.46:no.19 (1966:Mar. 11)
    • Proscript (1948-02-11)

    • $17,000 Building Will Probably Be For Faculty Or Students, Is Part Of School Expansion Plan To Accommodate New Borders -- R. P. I. Students Represent 32 States And Four Countries, Latin Neighbors Enrolled Jamaica and Indies Listed -- Late Request...
    • 1948-02-11
    • v.24:no.2 (1948:Feb. 11)
    • Proscript (1953-01-15)

    • $500 Goal Established For Polio Fund Drive -- Walt Kelly Selects '53 Crop Of Sweethearts -- Hobby Assumes Professional Air To RPI Student -- SGA Plans Grant To Aid Students By Club Donors -- Spirits Journey To Studio Stage In Thesis Play, 'Lo And...
    • 1953-01-15
    • v.31:no.13 (1953:Jan. 15)
    • Proscript (1949-02-02)

    • 100 Students To Register For 1st Time -- 3rd Candidate May Enter Race, Boosters To Announce Further Plans Later -- Registrar Lists Class Changes; Omissions Cited -- New Addition Will Be Open For Feb. 7 -- Job Service In All-Campus Platform --...
    • 1949-02-02
    • v.25:no.17 (1949:Feb. 2)
    • Proscript (1948-05-12)

    • 11 Receive Keys At Convocation; Officers Installed, Miss Meeks, Miss Sullivan Get Highest Award -- Graduation To Be June 5 For 151 Degree Candidates, Lawn Party, Reception To Be Held Earlier -- Sun And Blue Sets Stage For May Day -- Fashion Show...
    • 1948-05-12
    • v.24:no.14 (1948:May 12)
    • Proscript (1966-04-29)

    • 12 Co-eds to Vie for Miss RPI Title -- Milton Woody Wins SGA Race For President -- Spirit of Dissent Voted Approval By SGA House -- City Court Says Taxes Are Due By Foundation -- School Officials Tour ODC -- cafeteria Contract Sought -- School of...
    • 1966-04-29
    • v.46:no.25 (1966:Apr. 29)
    • Proscript (1960-03-25)

    • 13 Candidates Seek SGA Offices: Ayers, Bradshaw, Schiff Vie for Presidency -- 'Gripe Fest' Hears Call For Unity -- At Honors Convocation: Buildings To Be Named -- Seniors Will Get Awards -- Activities Feed To Be Topic Of Discussion -- Classes End...
    • 1960-03-25
    • v.40:no.17B (1960:Mar. 25)
    • Proscript (1948-04-28)

    • 151 Candidates File For Degrees In June -- 3 Room Addition Planned; Construction To Start Soon, New Offices And Stairs Among the Improvements -- Freshman Class President Asks Dues Be Paid -- Injured Student Sues For Damages -- Journalists Meet the...
    • 1948-04-28
    • v.24:no.12 (1948:Apr. 28)
    • Proscript (1965-04-16)

    • 23 Candidates Are Vying In Class Elections Today -- 'Synthesis' Kicks Off Arts Festival: Eight Days Of Activity Are Planned -- Plans Made For Annual Week End Fete -- Annual Content Will Seek Miss RPI 1965 -- School of Social Work Gets $50,900 in...
    • 1965-04-16
    • v.45:no.23 (1965:Apr. 16)
    • Proscript (1949-05-18)

    • 274 To Get Degrees At June 13 Graduation -- Register Now For Summer Dorms-Tyler -- Music, Art Festival To Be May 25-26 -- Rev. Scherer To Speak At Commencement -- Drama Dept. Presents Play Of Restoration -- 1st Semester Incompletes In By June 1 --...
    • 1949-05-18
    • v.25:no.31 (1949:May 18)
    • Proscript (1944-03-08)

    • 28 Students On Dean's List, All Classes Are Represented -- Juniors Lead In Contest, Virginia Vanni Wins Two Places -- Miss Robinson Tells Adventures -- Dr. Boyd to Speak At Hickok House -- War Stamps Admit to One-Act Plays -- Mr. Maloney Makes...
    • 1944-03-08
    • v.5:no.11 (1944:Mar. 8)
    • Proscript (1954-04-29)

    • 287 Degrees And Certificates Awarded June 7, Officers Will Be Inaugurated At Convocation, Carter Greets President Elect, 184 Seniors To Get Degrees At Exercise -- Dean Hibbs To Crown May Queen At First Sponsored Dance May 1 -- Junior Class Elects...
    • 1954-04-29
    • v.32:no.26 (1954:Apr. 29)
    • Proscript (1963-03-29)

    • 3 Teachers Here in Public Battle For House Seat -- Ogdon Resigns to Leave For Old Dominion College -- Art Student Receives Fulbright Fellowship
    • 1963-03-29
    • v.43:no.22 (1963:Mar. 29)
    • Proscript (1941-01-15)

    • 31 A.S.L. Members See Roualt Show, Newman Relates Life Of Artist Roualt -- Bernard and Wilson Speak At Conference, 13 Spend Week in New York -- Flu Epidemic Is Under Control; Proscript Formal Is Postponed, Sickness Prevalent Among Dorm & Day...
    • 1941-01-15
    • v.2:no.16 (1941:Jan. 15)
    • Proscript (1965-04-02)

    • 32 Are Seeking Offices in SGA, Three Classes -- Fine Arts Festival Rolls Along -- Dance Club Concert Loses Big -- Circle K Gets Award -- Vicky Victor Is Named Annual Chief -- House Makes Changes In SGA Constitution
    • 1965-04-02
    • v.45:no.22 (1965:Apr. 2)
    • Proscript (1947-02-26)

    • 36 R.P.I. Students Make First Semester Dean's List -- Parrish Is Voted May Queen, D.E. Major Will Rule May Court -- Young To Head New Art Club -- "Contribute Now" Is Red Cross Plea -- Colgate U. Frees Student Press -- Art Club Holds Banquet Tonight...
    • 1947-02-26
    • v.8:no.16 (1947:Feb. 26)
    • The  atlas (1936-10-08)

    • 37 Courses to be Given in Night School Classes -- Campus Day Enjoyable Affair -- Eight Teachers Join Faculty of School 1936-37 -- Office Reports Enrollment Up, Figures Given on Registration at School This Fall -- Student Government Dance Held...
    • 1936-10-08
    • v.8:no.1 (1936:Oct. 8)
    • Proscript (1968-09-20)

    • 4-point system started; requirements raised -- Acting provost has dual roles -- Norcutt recommends House changeover date -- President screening continues -- Convocation is Monday -- Student Activities Committee abolished
    • 1968-09-20
    • v.49:no.1 (1968:Sept. 20)
    • Proscript (1945-02-14)

    • 45 May Queen Is Selected, Student Pep Rally Held In Gym -- Junior Class Plans Dance, Washington's Birthday to Be Theme, Blumberg to Do Posters, Miller Heads Tickets, Juke Box to Furnish Music -- Mr. Shepard Gives Recital, Convocation -- 23 Students...
    • 1945-02-14
    • v.6:no.8 (1945:Feb. 14)
    • Proscript (1963-01-18)

    • 49 Seniors Vote Dogwood Dell For Graduation -- Registrar Sees Enrollment Drop For Spring Term -- Slave Is Lost After Auction -- Alma Mater Committee Organized -- Scholarship Forms Are Due Today -- Harlequins Will Sing At February Dance -- 4 Named...
    • 1963-01-18
    • v.43:no.14 (1963:Jan. 18)
    • Proscript (1953-11-05)

    • 75 Off-Street Car Spaces Seen Aid To Parking Problem, 115 Spaces For Evening College -- Installation Ceremonies Performed By Carter -- SGA Committee Presents Report -- Majority of Reb-Yank Slate Wins Offices In Freshmen Election -- OT Department Is...
    • 1953-11-05
    • v.32:no.7 (1953:Nov. 5)
    • Proscript (1941-01-22)

    • 901 Dorm Robbed in Dinner-Time Raid -- Proscript Gala Dance January 31; Many Innovations Are Featured, "June in January" Theme To Be Used in Decorations -- From The Office Of The Wigwam Staff -- Bondy To Present Two New Courses -- A.A.S.S.W.S....
    • 1941-01-22
    • v.2:no.17 (1941:Jan. 22)
    • Proscript (1947-05-21)

    • 96 Degrees To Be Awarded At RPI Commencements June 7 -- R.P.I. Music Festival Starts Next Week At WRVA Theatre -- Elementary Education Is New RPI Unit -- R.P.I. Alumni Association To Be Formed -- Art School To Get New Instructor -- Schedules Due...
    • 1947-05-21
    • v.8:no.27 (1947:May 21)
    • Proscript (1964-03-27)

    • "Bang� Etc." Starts Popping April 6, Plans for Annual Festival Described by Art Faculty -- Meredith House Dormitory Coeds Move Out as Wreckers Move In -- Music Concert Set -- Art Week Program -- Rewards Offered
    • 1964-03-27
    • v.44:no.23 (1964:Mar. 27)
    • Proscript (1946-11-27)

    • "Buy Christmas Seals", Campaign Now In Progress -- Coal Strike May Be Felt At R.P.I. -- Honor Council Session Called -- Wood To Be Guest Conductor At First Orchestra Concert -- Cut Regulations Clarified By Absence Committee -- Proscript --...
    • 1946-11-27
    • v.8:no.6 (1946:Nov. 27)
    • Proscript (1959-03-12)

    • "Call Me Madam" Continues Tonight, Friday and Saturday, Shafer Street Playhouse -- "Call Me Madam" Show Begins 8:30, Admission 75 cents -- RPI Artists Dominate Museum Show, Certificates of Distinction Awarded Students, Faculty -- Will Barnet's...
    • 1959-03-12
    • v.39:no.17 (1959:Mar. 12)
    • The  atlas (1933-11-29)

    • "Contrast" Comedy in Five Acts to be Presented Dec. 16th -- Varied Attractions at Theatres -- Art Students Plan Trip to Washington -- Timely Tea Talk -- Recital Outstanding -- Unanimous Vote to Move Coat Racks From Corridors -- Annual Feast of...
    • 1933-11-29
    • v.5:no.4 (1933:Nov. 29)
    • Proscript (1945-03-28)

    • "Fashion" Begins Tomorrow Night, Miss Ann Blager Gives Thesis Play -- T-B X-rays Given Here This Friday, Students and Faculty To Be Tested Free -- Five Students Presented Keys At Convocation, Senior Honor Winners Tapped By Faculty -- Mary Sue Hibbs...
    • 1945-03-28
    • v.6:no.11 (1945:Mar. 28)
    • Proscript (1961-05-26)

    • "Fourposter" Continues Four-Night Run Tonight -- Tennis Team Wins Only One Match -- $10 Activities Fee Is Authorized, No Added Charge Is Involved -- Night School to Split Classes, Additional Dorm, Class Space Sought -- 299 Persons to Receive...
    • 1961-05-26
    • v.41:no.29 (1961:May 26)
    • Proscript (1942-02-11)

    • "Fresh Fields" On Friday, Thirteenth, Hodges Directs English Comedy -- Defense Club Elects Semester Officers -- Winners of Wigwam's Annual "Who's Who" Contest Announced, Votes Taken Monday Reveal Three Way Tie For Belle of R.P.I. -- The Sweetheart...
    • 1942-02-11
    • v.3:no.14 (1942:Feb. 11)
    • Proscript (1942-05-06)

    • "Furlough Fashions" To Be Shown This Afternoon on New East Lawn, School of Fashion Design and Store Service In Charge of Show -- "Coming of May" To Be Given Friday, May 8, Mary Louise Evans is 1942 May Queen -- Commencement Ball Planned For May 15,...
    • 1942-05-06
    • v.3:no.23 (1942:May 6)
    • Proscript (1956-03-01)

    • "Go Ahead" Given to "Name Band" Plan, 240 Pledges Already; Set For Mayday Dance -- Midwinters Mobbed by Over 300 Couples; Largest Dance Attendance in RPI History -- Contest Set March 2 -- "Mardi Gras" To Be Held On March 27 -- Speaker Gives Views...
    • 1956-03-01
    • v.35:no.18 (1956:Mar. 1)
    • Proscript (1941-05-07)

    • "Hundred Years Of Fashion" Today, Store Service, Costume Design Classes Combine In Production of Annual Spring Fashion Show -- Convo Installs Student Officers, President Creasy Gives Acceptance Address -- Baker Reigns Friday As Queen Of The May,...
    • 1941-05-07
    • v.2:no.30 (1941:May 7)
    • Proscript (1948-02-25)

    • "Morning's At Seven" To Be Drama's New Hit, Domestic Comedy To Be Given Soon -- Three Enter Youth Music Competition -- 80 Students Are Placed On Probation --May Queen Tradition Goes On-Nominees Chosen -- Journalism; Art Students, To See N. Y. --...
    • 1948-02-25
    • v.24:no.4 (1948:Feb. 25)
    • Proscript (1956-02-16)

    • "Name Band" Proposal Now Before SGA, Clubs to Buy Tickets For Resale to Students -- Dorm Rooms -- Medicos Take Entrance Test -- '56 ASL Review Set Tonight At Shafer Street Playhouse -- SGA Sets "Key" Award Deadline -- Jones To Show Exhibits at RPI...
    • 1956-02-16
    • v.35:no.16 (1956:Feb. 16)
    • Proscript (1958-10-16)

    • "Openings" Dance, Guests Bids may be picked up at SGA office, Oct. 16-17, 8 a.m.-2 p.m. -- One-Acts, Tonight, Studio Theater, 7 p.m., Cuttings from Escape and Hedda Gabler -- Council Expels Representative -- RPI Coeds In Festival -- New Dean of...
    • 1958-10-16
    • v.39:no.3 (1958:Oct. 16)
    • Proscript (1955-12-08)

    • "Othello" Will Be Next RPI Drama Production; Cast Is Not Announced -- Chance Seen For Forming Honor Society -- RPI Professor Davis Named Association Program Chairman -- Collegians Down Use of A-Bomb In China Defense -- SGA Fund Drive Tops $400;...
    • 1955-12-08
    • v.35:no.11 (1955:Dec. 8)
    • Proscript (1946-11-13)

    • "Winterset" To Show Friday, Saturday, Three Days Added To Xmas Holidays, Dean Announces Extra Week-End, Jamison Designs Reversible Set -- Today Is Picture Day For Wigwam -- Battalion Plans Own Constitution -- Cotillion Club Fall Formal Features...
    • 1946-11-13
    • v.8:no.4 (1946:Nov. 13)
    • The  atlas (1930-05)

    • A Gift to the School -- In Appreciation of Miss Townley -- The Third Annual May-Day
    • 1930-05
    • v.1:no.7 (1930:May)
    • The  atlas (1930-02)

    • A Message From the President of the Alumnae Association -- Welcome From Student Body -- Victory at Last -- Who's to Be Elected? -- Seniors Entertain -- Valentine Plays
    • 1930-02
    • v.1:no.5 (1930:Feb.)
    • Proscript (1961-04-14)

    • A Story Worth Telling -- Dean O'Connell Resigns, He Plans to Leave At End of Semester -- First Week End Planned For Parents of Students, Annual Event Is Scheduled Here May 5-6 -- Junior Class Balloting Ends Today -- Dean's List, Tougher Here Than...
    • 1961-04-14
    • v.41:no.23 (1961:Apr. 14)
    • Proscript (1946-12-11)

    • A.A. Dance To Be Held Saturday, Dance Contests To Be Featured -- Wood Will Be Guest Conductor At R.P.I. Orchestra Concert Sunday -- Vets Checks Are Withheld For Pay Data -- 2 Vets Chosen For Chicago Conference -- 110 Enrolled In VPI Extension Here...
    • 1946-12-11
    • v.8:no.7 (1946:Dec. 11)
    • Proscript (1943-03-09)

    • A.S.L. Masquerade Ball Saturday, Theme . . . International Costumes -- Join the Japa-Nazi Sinking Fund Today -- We Don't Mind the Cap -- Rev. Belk Stirs Convocation Audience
    • 1943-03-09
    • v.4:no.19 (1943:Mar. 9)
    • Proscript (1961-10-13)

    • Activities Committee Makes Tentative Plans -- 'Cobblestone' Editor Is Susan Pennington -- Growth of DE School Amazes Its Director -- School Offers TV Political Science Class -- Putt is Appointed Acting Chairman of Day Students -- Only Six Pass SGA...
    • 1961-10-13
    • v.42:no.4 (1961:Oct. 13)
    • Proscript (1960-09-30)

    • Addition to Compass -- Coed Recalls Hawaiian Visit -- Five Productions Are Scheduled By Drama Unit -- SGA Seeks To Arrange Leaders' Meet -- Coronation of Rat King and Queen To End Rat Week Activities Tonight -- Art Exhibition -- 'Openings' Week End...
    • 1960-09-30
    • v.41:no.2 (1960:Sept. 30)
    • Proscript (1962-05-04)

    • Additional Posts In Administration Sought by SGA -- Literary Magazine To Be Issued Today -- 433 Students Are Registered In Art School -- Jenkins Is President of 1963 Senior Class
    • 1962-05-04
    • v.42:no.25 (1962:May 4)
    • Proscript (1955-11-03)

    • Administration Cracks Down On Meal Ticket Resale, Coeds Parents Name Males As Malefactors -- SGA Sponsors Fund Drive This Month -- Annual Fall Convocation Held Last Week -- Parmesano Named New Sophomore Class Head -- Army Officer Finds Jumping...
    • 1955-11-03
    • v.35:no.7 (1955:Nov. 3)
    • Proscript (1963-03-08)

    • Administration Offers Center for Education -- Fashion Department Plans New York Trip -- New Class Sweethearts Are Chosen by Students -- 'Miser' Four-Night Run Will Feature Of 17th Century Style -- Office Schedule For Cobblestone
    • 1963-03-08
    • v.43:no.19 (1963:Mar. 8)
    • Proscript (1943-12-15)

    • Air Base Boys Attend Dance -- Dean's Message -- Glee Club Will Present "The Feast of Carols," Trio Will Feature Haitian Carol -- Decorations Mark Holiday Season -- College Council Is Formed Here -- Theatre Players Cancel Drama -- Annual Xmas Dinner...
    • 1943-12-15
    • v.5:no.7 (1943:Dec. 15)
    • Proscript (1947-01-29)

    • All Registration To Be Friday And Saturday A.M., Complete Schedule Information Included In Today's Proscript -- R.P.I. Sees Another First; Midwinter Dances Set For February 7th and 8th., Formal, Semi-Formal To Be In Mosque -- All Courses At RPI Use...
    • 1947-01-29
    • v.8:no.12 (1947:Jan. 29)
    • Proscript (1965-09-24)

    • All-Time High Of 6,855 Enroll This Semester -- Rats to Swarm On Campus For a Week -- Down With the Old -- 56 Faculty Members Join Staff -- Administrative Changes Made -- Limit Placed on Class Shifts -- New Dean Of Students Sees 15,000 Students in...
    • 1965-09-24
    • v.46:no.1 (1965:Sept. 24)
    • Proscript (1962-02-23)

    • Alumni Association To Consider Persons for New RPI Board -- Dean Opposes Social Groups -- Sunday Supper Starts 'Religious' Week Events
    • 1962-02-23
    • v.42:no.17 (1962:Feb. 23)
    • Proscript (1966-10-28)

    • Alumni Endorse Honors Proposal -- College Bids For League Affiliation -- 300 Came To Campus Last Week -- SGA Clears Measure to Allow Election of Freshman Officers -- President Oliver Is Honored By W&M Alumni Society -- Spong to Address Young...
    • 1966-10-28
    • v.47:no.6 (1966:Oct. 28)
    • Proscript (1952-10-16)

    • Alumni Homecoming Set For October 24-25 -- TIME Chief Frank Shea Speaks Here On Monday, Colleges In Local Area Noted Newsman Tours -- Unique Course Offered For Night Students -- Red Cross States Need For Donors -- R. P. I. Chorus Not Restricted,...
    • 1952-10-16
    • v.31:no.4 (1952:Oct. 16)
    • Proscript (1964-10-09)

    • Alumni Homecoming Starts Next Week -- SGA Activates Committee -- Crackdown on Drinking Starts -- Juniors Name Rats -- Dance Ends Week -- School Moves to 930 Park Avenue
    • 1964-10-09
    • v.45:no.3 (1964:Oct. 9)
    • Proscript (1955-11-17)

    • Alumni, Varsity to Vie for Laurels -- Fund Campaign Closes Saturday; German Club, Distributors Donate -- Sophomore Girl Wins Carnival Gift Certificate -- French Leaders To Study RPI Retail School -- Founder's Hall Fund Raiser Dies in Calif. --...
    • 1955-11-17
    • v.35:no.9 (1955:Nov. 17)
    • Proscript (1956-11-29)

    • Ambassador Organization Has Dinner -- Project Holds Smorgasbord -- Brace Yourself for RPI's Mr. Ugly -- Vets Get Early Pay -- Lead Roles In Play -- 3 RPI Nurses Attend Washington Convention -- 4 Teachers Take Part In Meeting At Asheville -- RPI TV...
    • 1956-11-29
    • v.36:no.10 (1956:Nov. 29)
    • Proscript (1963-11-15)

    • Amendment of Honor Code Fails in House, Resolution About Food Held Back -- Harvest Queen To Be Chosen Saturday Night -- Funds Obtained For Workshop -- Alumni Return To Campus Life Once Again -- Alumni Heads Sow Their Reapings
    • 1963-11-15
    • v.44:no.9 (1963:Nov. 15)
    • Proscript (1968-03-22)

    • Amendments to be reconsidered, Parliamentarian quits; House takes blame for mixup -- Miss RPI may not be named -- Court chairman has 'no comment' -- Activities Committee gives crew $2,000
    • 1968-03-22
    • v.48:no.20 (1968:Mar. 22)
    • The  atlas (1937-02-24)

    • American Youth In Pilgrimage to Washington, Great Demonstration of Campus Opinion to be Made in Washington February 20 -- Do You Know -- Mental Hygiene Society Meets and Organizes, Dr. Tucker Named President of Newly Formed Organization Last Friday...
    • 1937-02-24
    • v.8:no.9 (1937:Feb. 24)
    • Proscript (1943-02-19)

    • Ann Powell May Queen -- "The Shining Hour" On Gym Boards Tonite, Sat. -- Keith Winter Play, Staged By Raymond Hodges, at 8:15 -- Long Live the Queen -- Buhr and Blair Share Honors in Election -- W. & M. Has 250th Anniversary, Exercises Hold In...
    • 1943-02-19
    • v.4:no.17 (1943:Feb. 19)
    • Proscript (1959-10-22)

    • Anne Frank Is First One-Act Production -- O'Connell, Gladding Named to New Post -- 250 Attend 'Openings' At Mosque -- Tobacco Princess: Emmy Is Tired After Festival -- Prince, Turner Elected Men's Dorm President -- Building Name Signs To Be...
    • 1959-10-22
    • v.40:no.4 (1959:Oct. 22)
    • Proscript (1941-03-28)

    • Annie Beryl Drinks Ovaltine, Brilliant Career Threatened By Lack of Sleep; Physizzcian Orders A Bedtime Deadline- At 7 P.M. -- Daguerreotypicals -- Hecks-A-Poppin Pops Tonight -- Hors d'Oeuvres, Or, Printed Here to Save Your Turning to Page Four
    • 1941-03-28
    • v.2:no.26 (1941:Mar. 28)
    • The  atlas (1937-10-20)

    • Annual Atlas Dance To Be Held Oct. 29 -- Waddle, Waddle! Duck Waltz Latest Campus Sensation -- Townley Literary Society Names Officers for Year, Short History and Outline of Purpose of Society Given -- Wedding Bells Ring For Biddle and Knight --...
    • 1937-10-20
    • v.9:no.2 (1937:Oct. 20)
    • Proscript (1968-05-03)

    • Apportionment question raised as referendum, elections held -- Bradley reinstated on ballot -- Four seek presidency; two offices unopposed but for possible write-in -- Dabney is elected rector -- Elections ballot bears referendum -- Registration
    • 1968-05-03
    • v.48:no.25 (1968:May 3)
    • Proscript (1953-10-08)

    • Archeologist To Address Art School -- Community Chest Campaign Led By Peggy Cole -- Student Council Elects Queen To Reign At Homecoming Festivities, Oct. 23-24 -- New Camera Is Purchased For "Proscript" -- New Day Lounge Will Serve Needs Of RPI...
    • 1953-10-08
    • v.32:no.3 (1953:Oct. 8)
    • Proscript (1944-10-11)

    • Army Credits O.T. Course, R.P.I. Selected As Training Center -- Ship Is Named for R.P.I. Graduate -- War Drive to Open -- Sophomores Make Duck Week Plans -- Forum Tickets Sold By Student Council -- Boys Form Club -- New Faculty and Staff Added to...
    • 1944-10-11
    • v.6:no.1 (1944:Oct. 11)
    • Proscript (1951-03-29)

    • Art Auction To Be Held On April 12 -- Co-Op Party Takes Over -- RPI Begins Vacation Saturday March 31 -- April 13 Set For Three S Gym Dance -- Co-op Slate Wins Offices In '51-'52 SGA Elections -- Conference Set By Canterburys -- Freshmen Have Until...
    • 1951-03-29
    • v.28:no.12 (1951:Mar. 29)
    • Proscript (1967-05-26)

    • Art dean says Bang5 is unlikely: Function of festival said to be 'meaningful' -- $16 million budget sought by college for expansion -- SGA members visit city council, seek closing of Shafer street -- Summer registration scheduled for June 14 --...
    • 1967-05-26
    • v.47:no.29 (1967:May. 26)
    • Proscript (1944-05-17)

    • Art Exhibit Open to Public, Eight Departments Display Student Work -- Graduation Exercises to Be June 3 at Pace Memorial, Dr. Glenwood Clark To Be Guest Speaker -- Dr. Bondy Speaks At Academ Meet -- Virginia Coles Takes Office Oath -- School of...
    • 1944-05-17
    • v.5:no.16 (1944:May 17)
    • Proscript (1945-05-16)

    • Art Exhibit Opens Sunday, Each Art Student To Be Represented -- Graduation Exercises June 2, Fifty-nine to Receive Degrees -- Senior Luncheon To Be Held May 31 -- Fall Classes Include Postwar Problems
    • 1945-05-16
    • v.6:no.14 (1945:May. 16)
    • Proscript (1941-11-26)

    • Art Student's League Plans Annual Exhibit, Surrealism To Be The Predominating Note -- Notice -- Max Eastman , Noted Lecturer, To Speak At I.R.C. Convention, R.P.I. to Be Host at Annual State Meeting Over the Week-End of December 12-14 -- Sculptor...
    • 1941-11-26
    • v.3:no.7 (1941:Nov. 26)
    • Proscript (1947-12-05)

    • Art Student's League To Sponsor Carnival Tomorrow, Queen To Be Elected; Show, Games Featured -- Students To Rally Monday; Bradshaw Heads Dime Drive, SGA Wants Records From Club Officers, Patterson Is Elected SGA Secretary -- Federalists Form...
    • 1947-12-05
    • v.23:no.11 (1947:Dec. 5)
    • Proscript (1953-11-19)

    • Art Students Fashion Rings For Weddings -- Black Urges Students To Take Active Stand In Government Affairs, Cites Obligations Of Voting Public; Panel Airs Views -- Senior Class Picks 7 Junior Marshals; Accepts Constitution -- ASL Elects Directors...
    • 1953-11-19
    • v.32:no.9 (1953:Nov. 19)
    • Proscript (1966-03-25)

    • Art, Non-Art, Anti-Art' Concludes (Bang)^3: Five Artists Will Air Views Tonight During Symposium -- Election Sights and Sounds Will Blossom Next Month -- Property Committee Appointed -- Holy Heck! Bangman's Due Here! -- OT Faculty Members To Go to...
    • 1966-03-25
    • v.46:no.21 (1966:Mar. 25)
    • Proscript (1946-03-13)

    • ASL Presents Costume Ball, Mardi Gras Theme Of Masquerade -- TA Play Slated For 2 Nights, Cast To Visit Players At William and Mary -- Packages Are Going to Europe From RPI Students and Clubs -- Red Cross Drive Nets $392 in School -- Nominations...
    • 1946-03-13
    • v.7:no.10 (1946:Mar. 13)
    • Proscript (1956-03-22)

    • ASL Presents Mardi Gras Tuesday, Dancers Display Weird Costumes; Henderson and Band Play Fete -- RPI Vets Voice Their Agreement On "GI Bill" For More Money -- Proscript Cops Second Place In State Rating -- Magazine Sale Contest Prizes To Include...
    • 1956-03-22
    • v.35:no.20 (1956:Mar. 22)
    • Proscript (1957-02-14)

    • ASL Review Set For February 28 -- State Pen Comes First -- RPI Drama Dept. To Attend Festival -- RPI Show To Discuss Mideast -- Anchor Books Now On Sale, Bookstore Offers Top Paperbacks -- OT Sock-Hop -- Student Musicians To Present Recital --...
    • 1957-02-14
    • v.36:no.16 (1957:Feb. 14)
    • Proscript (1945-03-14)

    • ASL to Hold Masquerade, Greenwich Village Theme of Dance -- Vanni Wins Two Places, May Queen Wins Top Beauty Rating -- Red Cross Drive Nets $385 in School -- Dr. Adams to Speak At Convocation -- Election Friday for Government Heads -- "Fashion" to...
    • 1945-03-14
    • v.6:no.10 (1945:Mar. 14)
    • The  atlas (1939-03-22)

    • Athletic Association to Sponsor Card Party, Features to Include Bridge, Chinese Checkers, Other Popular Games -- Recital at Ewart's Proves Successful -- Social Calendar -- R. P. I. Holds Annual Spring Elections, Eligibles for Student Government...
    • 1939-03-22
    • v.10:no.9 (1939:Mar. 22)
    • Proscript (1941-12-03)

    • Athletic Association To Sponsor Games -- Mr. Wood's Poetry Class Starts Tonight -- Miss Theresa Pollak, R.P.I. Art Director To Be Honored, Artist To Be Initiated Into Phi Beta Kappa In March by the University of Richmond -- Cooperation Needed For...
    • 1941-12-03
    • v.3:no.8 (1941:Dec. 3)
    • Proscript (1945-02-28)

    • Athletic Dance To Be March 3, Sports Association To Give Informal -- Dr. Rudd to Speak At Commencement -- Majorie Scales Elected Queen of the May Court, Donahue and Wharton Elected Chairmen -- Luncheon Planned By Booster Club, Planning Minstrel...
    • 1945-02-28
    • v.6:no.9 (1945:Feb. 28)
    • Proscript (1966-10-14)

    • Attendance Rule System Is Revised -- Two Sites Suggested For Merger: RPI-MCV Proposal Is Offered Land -- No Scenery To Be Used For Play: 'Stop the World' To Open Oct. 26 -- Bookstore Inflation: Price Rise Affects Students
    • 1966-10-14
    • v.47:no.4 (1966:Oct. 14)
    • Proscript (1967-10-06)

    • Auman blasts 'scandal sheet' -- SAC budget re-evaluated -- fund increased -- Full week end planned -- Dr. Nelson discusses 'urban age'
    • 1967-10-06
    • v.48:no.3 (1967:Oct. 6)
    • Proscript (1967-05-12)

    • Auman elected president by 4 - 1 edge -- Shahda wins -- Lack of a queen breaks tradition for May Dance -- SAC delays art festival allocation -- Bunch, Lively named -- 1.420 ballots were cast -- Crew to race in Dad Vail today -- Full schedule slated...
    • 1967-05-12
    • v.47:no.27 (1967:May. 12)
    • The  atlas (1936-05-04)

    • Awards Made To Students In Art, Literature, Drama, Cottrell Wins Prize For Essay On "Why I Should See New York" -- Introducing Thomas Wolfe -- Dr. Calisch, Peace Council Head, In Anti-War Address, Talks on Student National Anti-War Strike on...
    • 1936-05-04
    • v.7:no.11 (1936:May 4)
    • Proscript (1949-01-12)

    • Bandoian Wins Support Of Young Voters Club -- Semester Exams Will Begin Jan. 24, Ending February 3, No Schedule Changes To Be Allowed; Registration Will Be Held Feb. 4-5 -- SGA Election Starts February 16 -- SGA Committee To Enforce School Rules --...
    • 1949-01-12
    • v.25:no.14 (1949:Jan. 12)
    • Proscript (1967-04-21)

    • Bang4 features be-ins, bluegrass -- Changes slated in registration for fall term -- 17 vying for offices in election -- SAC asked for $60,000 by groups -- Constitutional convention rejected: Senate defeats House motion
    • 1967-04-21
    • v.47:no.24 (1967:Apr. 21)
    • Proscript (1962-11-16)

    • Barbara Jenks Crowned Queen at Openings -- Honor System In Present Form Undergoes Study -- Senior Music Student to Sing With Chicago Symphony -- Basketball Sweetheart Soon Will Be Named -- Need for Alma Mater Noted by Administration -- Rector...
    • 1962-11-16
    • v.43:no.9 (1962:Nov. 16)
    • Proscript (1940-10-23)

    • Barbecue in the Old-Time Manner, A.S.L. Combine Set for Halloween -- Open Letter On '41 Wigwam -- Sports at R.P.I. Are Looking Up, Hockey, Riding, and Swimming Vie For Importance -- Schaff Pursues Several Interests -- Books Added To Library --...
    • 1940-10-23
    • v.2:no.4 (1940:Oct. 23)
    • The  atlas (1937-11-03)

    • Barnstormers Announce First Program, Three One-Act Plays to be Presented November 19 -- Hockey Team Begins Season, Reserves Down Varsity in First Game 1 to 0 -- J. P. Lash Addresses W. M. Student On Spain, Peace Committee Leader Is Speaker in...
    • 1937-11-03
    • v.9:no.3 (1937:Nov. 3)
    • Proscript (1944-01-19)

    • Barry Lynn Will Dance -- RPI Girls Win Radio Contest -- Patsy Royal Receives Souvenir; Charng Hee Loo Translates -- Day Students Form Luncheon Club -- Registration Set For January 27-29 -- Intercollegiate Meet Set For Thursday -- Three One-Act...
    • 1944-01-19
    • v.5:no.8 (1944:Jan. 19)
    • Proscript (1960-11-04)

    • Basketball Captain Is Featured -- Instructor Writes Civil War Drama -- SGA Votes To Sponsor Discussion, Talks Confined To 'Issues' -- Drive Calendar -- Scholarship Drive Starts on Monday -- Dean Announces Dress For Yearbook Photos -- Keys Cited For...
    • 1960-11-04
    • v.41:no.7 (1960:Nov. 4)
    • Proscript (1963-04-12)

    • Beauties Selected By Jury -- Students Awarded Honors -- Three Candidates Are Unopposed For President, Veep, Secretary -- Gestalt Leader to Lecture Here
    • 1963-04-12
    • v.43:no.23 (1963:Apr. 12)
    • Proscript (1962-10-19)

    • Belair, Goodwyn New Editors -- Four Members Fail SGA Test On First Try -- Club Is Formed for Students of All Nations -- Film Society To Show First Picture -- O'Neill Play Will Open Wednesday -- Expert to Speak On Architecture --
    • 1962-10-19
    • v.43:no.5 (1962:Oct. 19)
    • Proscript (1964-11-20)

    • Big College Dominance Is Forseen -- Woolford's Cuts of SGA meets hit by Students -- Campus Drive Nets $2,979.26 -- Freedom of Choice Advocated -- Drama Majors to Star in Second Production -- Guidance Counseling Provided for Students
    • 1964-11-20
    • v.45:no.9 (1964:Nov. 20)
    • Proscript (1963-12-13)

    • Board of Visitors Bans All Fraternities, All Fraternities Now Existing Must Disband -- "The Crucible" Now Showing In Playhouse -- Choral Group to Present Concert In Gymnasium Tomorrow Night -- Proposed Area Would Benefit 30 Automobiles -- Engineers...
    • 1963-12-13
    • v.44:no.12 (1963:Dec. 13)
    • Proscript (1963-10-04)

    • Board of Visitors Meets and Approves 3 Plans, Request Made For Director Of PR Work -- Kiern and Sours named As Rat Court Royalty -- Judge of One-Act Plays Attends Their Premiere -- Freshmen Set Committees -- SGA Group Proposes Dinner As Form of...
    • 1963-10-04
    • v.44:no.3 (1963:Oct. 4)
    • Proscript (1962-04-27)

    • Bob Hill Elected President of SGA -- Mrs. Sears Given Two Awards -- Nine Cited at Annual Honor Fete -- Space Travel Problems Seen by Dr. Ogdon -- White Concert Lost More Than $300, House is Informed -- Parents' Week End Set for May 11-13 --...
    • 1962-04-27
    • v.42:no.24 (1962:Apr. 27)

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