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    • Proscript (1956-10-04)

    • Young Man With a Balloon -- Soles Wins Presidency of Freshman Class, Jan Devore Is Elected Vice President -- And She Can Write Poetry, Too -- New "Cobblestone" Staff Positions Announced; Barnes Named Editor -- Brushwood Elected To Sophomore Post
    • 1956-10-04
    • v.36:no.3 (1956:Oct. 4)
    • Proscript (1961-05-05)

    • Yearlek Elected Sophomore President -- New SGA President Has Civil War Heritage -- Parents' Week End Kicks Off Tonight; Campus Carnival Is First of Six Events, May Dance, Coronation Will Be Tomorrow Night -- Steve Wojnicki Named As Dooley at...
    • 1961-05-05
    • v.41:no.26 (1961:May 5)
    • Proscript (1950-11-12)

    • Yearbook Will Keep Its Original Name Of Wigwam -- SGA To Give Formal Dance November 18 -- Veteran Actors To Open RPI Production Tonight -- Chest Quota Falls Short Of Its Goal -- Presbyterians Elect Officers -- Constitution For Freshmen Is Ratified
    • 1950-11-12
    • v.27:no.37 (1950:Nov. 12)
    • Proscript (1961-11-03)

    • Yearbook gets $11,876 Funds For Operation -- Dance Will Feature Collegiates -- Visitors Hold Long Meet Here -- Secretary For SGA Cheers Too -- Athletic Coach Is Activated By U.S. Army
    • 1961-11-03
    • v.42:no.7 (1961:Nov. 3)
    • Proscript (1944-12-20)

    • Xmas Parties Held In Dorms, Founder's Hall Surprises Girls -- IRC Initiates New Members, Dr. McCoy Speaks At Candle Service, Officers of the Club, Members of IRC -- Students Leave for Vacations With Gala Events Behind -- Club Formed to Promote...
    • 1944-12-20
    • v.6:no.6 (1944:Dec. 20)
    • Proscript (1963-03-22)

    • Wrestlers' Prowess In Staying Alive Amazes Reporter -- Writer Talks of War -- Evolutionist to Speak: Dr. Simpson Will Discuss Origin of Man, Editor Dabney Lectures on World Crisis -- Graduating Seniors Hold Contest for Gift -- Honor Codes of State...
    • 1963-03-22
    • v.43:no.21 (1963:Mar. 22)
    • Proscript (1965-04-30)

    • World's Fair Starts Week End Blast -- SGA Election Results Are Upheld -- Evening College Co-ed Chosen Miss Richmond -- Pre-registration Begins Monday for 2 weeks -- SGA Scholarships Are Now Available For Fall Semester -- Raymond Hodges Keynote...
    • 1965-04-30
    • v.45:no.25 (1965:Apr. 30)
    • Proscript (1952-10-02)

    • World Trade Conference Draws R. P. I. Representatives -- Lieutenancy Awaits Students Enrolled In Marine Course -- English Succeeds Sisson At Business Office Post -- DE Staff Adds Four Members -- Psychology School Adds To Staff Three New Doctors --...
    • 1952-10-02
    • v.31:no.2 (1952:Oct. 2)
    • Proscript (1964-04-17)

    • Workshop Director Named -- Threat of Dorm Fire Gives 828 Nervous Night -- Mass Meet Is Planned For May 5 -- Seniors to Have Feast -- 712 Dorm Plans Return of Dooley As Festive Week of Foolishness -- First "RPI Week End" Is Being Organized -- Miss...
    • 1964-04-17
    • v.44:no.25 (1964:Apr. 17)
    • Proscript (1953-11-12)

    • Work Nears Completion On Old Gym Renovation -- ASL Carnival Drafts Talent -- Dean Hibbs Speaks On 'RPI Prestige' -- State Honors Psych. School -- RPI Students Have Roles In 'Passion Play', Chorus Furnishes Background Music -- SGA Abolishes Club...
    • 1953-11-12
    • v.32:no.8 (1953:Nov. 12)
    • Proscript (1951-05-03)

    • Work Begun For Building On Franklin -- Separation From W & M Needed For RPI's Growth, Alumna Says -- One-Actors To Feature Music, Comedy Tonight -- SGA Leader Drury Lyle Is Installed -- Baccalaureate For Graduation Will Be June 10 -- RPI Drama...
    • 1951-05-03
    • v.28:no.15 (1951:May 3)
    • Proscript (1964-05-08)

    • Woolford, Burton Elected to Lead SGA -- Three Coeds Are Cited for Top Grades, One Student Recognized Belatedly -- Parents' Week End To Kick May 15 -- Income Isn't Money Warns Dr. Lumpkin -- Honor Council -- SGA Leaders Sworn In
    • 1964-05-08
    • v.44:no.28 (1964:May 8)
    • Proscript (1946-11-06)

    • Wiltshire Named Cage Coach, Men Get New Basketball Coach -- $113 Over Quota Chest Donations -- Tougher U.S. Foreign Policy Urged In Convocation Speech -- RPI Students Model In Fashion Show -- "Winterset" Will Be Staged By Dramatists -- Midsemester...
    • 1946-11-06
    • v.8:no.3 (1946:Nov. 6)
    • Proscript (1942-10-15)

    • Will Barnett To Speak at Museum, Noted Artist to Exhibit Work for Richmonders -- Poster Students Do Field Work -- I. R. C. Installation Services Held -- First Convocation Scheduled For Mon. -- Students Find War Selling Fascinating -- Sophomore...
    • 1942-10-15
    • v.4:no.4 (1942:Oct. 15)
    • Proscript (1945-12-05)

    • Wigwam Sponsors Holiday Dance, Annual Gym Formal Held Next Saturday -- Convocation Committee Sets Party For Entire Student Rally in Gymnasium, Groups Pool Efforts For Dec. 18 Affair -- Ann Crymes Heads Basketball Squad -- New Dance Group Does...
    • 1945-12-05
    • v.7:no.5 (1945:Dec. 5)
    • Proscript (1941-12-17)

    • Wigwam Plans Pre-Xmas Dance, Barney Abrams' Orchestra To Play Tomorrow Night -- The Christmas Angel -- I.R.C. Convention Adopts Resolution, Petitions To Be Made For Special Defense Classes -- A Reminder�
    • 1941-12-17
    • v.3:no.10 (1941:Dec. 17)
    • Proscript (1941-02-12)

    • Wigwam Faces Crisis; Vote To Decide Fate, $5 Additional Fee Suggested -- Who's Who Nominees Revealed; Final Choice To Be Made on 13th, Garber, Brodie Vie for "Most Intellectual"; Bevilaqua, Cato Contest For "Most Attractive" -- Lanpher New Head Of...
    • 1941-02-12
    • v.2:no.20 (1941:Feb. 12)
    • The  atlas (1938-10-21)

    • Wigwam Dance Tonight -- Repine Orchestra to Hold Sway at Wigwam Dance -- '38 Graduates Enter Many Fields, Art, Teaching, Social Work, Matrimony Among the Chosen Pursuits -- 'Little Geraldine' Published Recently, Mr. Boyce Loving Author of...
    • 1938-10-21
    • v.10:no.2 (1938:Oct. 21)
    • Proscript (1948-01-30)

    • Why Come To School? -- Extra Card Is For Directory -- Veterans Forms To Be Made More Simple -- Registration Process Explained In This Issue -- School Rules On Absences -- Proscript Regrets Printing Mistakes -- Air Group Gives Abstract Play --...
    • 1948-01-30
    • v.23:no.16 (1948:Jan. 30)
    • Proscript (1941-01-29)

    • What Has Doctor Schaaf Up His Academic Sleeve? -- And Who Is Teaching The Second-Semester Course in Contemporary Lit? -- Triolet -- What's The Library Got It Didn't Used To Have? -- And What Was The Week's Biggest And Most Exciting Incident? --...
    • 1941-01-29
    • v.2:no.18 (1941:Jan. 29)
    • Proscript (1953-01-08)

    • Westover To Speak To 40 January Grads -- German Club Dinner Dance Scheduled Saturday Evening, Winter Garden Slated As Site Of Formal Bill -- Shepard Sets Recital Date -- Dorm Routine Quickly Broken By Fire Alarm -- Clubs Query SGA Policy -- Modern...
    • 1953-01-08
    • v.31:no.12 (1953:Jan. 8)
    • Proscript (1954-02-25)

    • Weekend Features 'Liliom' And Dance, Scenery Work Proves Difficult, Juniors Receive Rings At Dance, RPI Polio Drive Termed Success Say Chairmen, Carter Announces Election Dates For New SGA Officers, SGA Briefs.... -- 'Curtain' Penetrated,...
    • 1954-02-25
    • v.32:no.18 (1954:Feb. 25)
    • Proscript (1968-10-11)

    • Week of events slated for Homecoming -- Art Union dissatisfaction develops over insignia -- Student organization demands rights bill -- Elections set for Oct. 18, House petitions due next week -- Hearings postponed by budget committee
    • 1968-10-11
    • v.49:no.4 (1968:Oct. 11)
    • Proscript (1967-05-19)

    • Week End' starts tonight, winds up with race Sunday -- In Hotel Jefferson ballroom: Queen to reign at dance -- College expansion continues -- Honors festivities to be held tonight
    • 1967-05-19
    • v.47:no.28 (1967:May. 19)
    • Proscript (1940-12-04)

    • We Discover Things -- Two Passes: Fifty Words -- Minority Club Motivates A Plan For Student Loan Funds, Government Bonds to Be Purchased; Twenty Dollars Goal Is Set For '41 -- Directors of Nursing Confer At R.P.I. -- Retail Clubbers Plan...
    • 1940-12-04
    • v.2:no.10 (1940:Dec. 4)
    • Proscript (1942-09-23)

    • War-Time Freshman Enrollment is Normal -- Presenting the Proscript '42-'43 -- R.P.I Faculty Has 12 New Members -- First Week in Review -- T.A.'s To Present Noel Coward Comedy -- Student Government Plans First Dance -- Reminders -- New Store...
    • 1942-09-23
    • v.4:no.1 (1942:Sept. 23)
    • Proscript (1941-02-19)

    • War Is Inevitable Dr. Moss Tells I.R.C., "There Is No Such Thing As Aid Short of War," He Asserts -- Five Are Up For May Queen; Student Body To Pick Winner, Baker, Gibson, Ingraham, Spratley, Yeamans Up; Ballot Below Must Be Used Before February 21...
    • 1941-02-19
    • v.2:no.21 (1941:Feb. 19)
    • The  atlas (1934-03-30)

    • Walker Elected May Queen, Austin and Conway, Maids-of-Honor, Queen Has Been Prominent in College Activities --Faculty Member Honored, Miss Burruss's Painting Chosen for Reproduction in Catalog of Annual Exhibit of Virginia Artists -- Art Students'...
    • 1934-03-30
    • v.5:no.10 (1934:May 30)
    • Proscript (1968-03-08)

    • Wage hike takes toll as students lose jobs -- Freshman posts 'End War' signs -- Offices now appointive -- Broader privileges requested -- Honor trial
    • 1968-03-08
    • v.48:no.18 (1968:Mar. 8)
    • The  atlas (1936-11-17)

    • W. & M. Grads Win Positions In Other States, Social Work Graduates Find Interesting Work In Social Agencies -- Hockey Year Ends With Fair Showing, Two School Teams Show Constant Improvement During Season -- Dramatic Club to Give First Program,...
    • 1936-11-17
    • v.8:no.4 (1936:Nov. 17)
    • Proscript (1962-02-09)

    • W&M Division Bill Amended: Legislation is Changed in Senate -- Memo Citing Rules Is Issued -- Doris French Named May Queen for 1962 -- Powell is President of New Social Group
    • 1962-02-09
    • v.42:no.15 (1962:Feb. 9)
    • Proscript (1962-01-12)

    • W&M Board Opposes Proposed Separation -- Cotillion President Designs her Clothes -- Separation Discussion Held Here -- May Dance Parade Proposal is Rejected -- Davison Is Freshman President
    • 1962-01-12
    • v.42:no.13 (1962:Jan. 12)
    • Proscript (1952-11-20)

    • VPI Extension Proposes To Run Current Movies -- Artist Lamar Dodd Speaks To RPI Art School Group -- Stith, Ott Quit Staff Positions Says Dean Hibbs -- Director Attends Detroit National Board Meeting -- Juniors Discuss Ring Figure Plans At Recent...
    • 1952-11-20
    • v.31:no.9 (1952:Nov. 20)
    • Proscript (1946-05-29)

    • VPI Brings Courses Here, Mr. Charles A. B. Foster Will Direct Program -- Graduation Exercises Set for June 8, Ninety-seven Candidates Receive Degrees, Dean Earle B. Norris To Be Guest Speaker -- Rev. Ivey To Speak At Baccalaureate -- Seniors to Be...
    • 1946-05-29
    • v.7:no.15 (1946:May 29)
    • Proscript (1967-03-10)

    • Vote Today for May Queen Candidate -- Proposals Re-ratified By Congress -- Students Propose New Plans: Group Emphasizes RPI Development -- Queen Vote Today to Begin Plans for May Festivities -- Weekly Ticket Policy To Be Used for Bang -- Student...
    • 1967-03-10
    • v.47:no.19 (1967:Mar. 10)
    • Proscript (1947-03-19)

    • Virginia DE Convention Meets At R.P.I. March 27, 28, 29, Retail Students To Convene Here -- DE Students Plan Business Pleasure Trip -- Pomfret Addresses Convocation, Ten R.P.I. Students Are Tapped -- Spring Recess For One Week To Begin Sat. --...
    • 1947-03-19
    • v.8:no.19 (1947:Mar. 19)
    • Proscript (1942-11-09)

    • Victory Dance to Be Held -- Retail Club Holds First Meeting -- Miss Grace Farnum, Registrar, Becomes Lieutenant jg in Waves, To Report To Naval Training Station in Massachusetts -- Senior Class Discusses Ring -- R.P.I Students Attend Ballet -- Jane...
    • 1942-11-09
    • v.4:no.8 (1942:Nov. 9)
    • Proscript (1945-10-24)

    • Veterans' Course Offered Here, 'Own Your Own' Lecture Theme -- Drama Group Schedule Plays, Major Production In November -- Mimeo Rules Announced -- Auditions Open For Swim Club -- Wigwam Meets Student Quota -- Faculty Adds 16 New Members -- New...
    • 1945-10-24
    • v.7:no.2 (1945:Oct. 24)
    • Proscript (1947-11-14)

    • Veterans Must Notify V.A. Of Course Change -- Vets May Buy Annual Until November 25 -- Honor System Not To Be Dropped 500 Rally In Defense Of System Convocation Called For Monday, Honor Code Loss Would Hit All; Students Must Cooperate-Wood -- 2nd...
    • 1947-11-14
    • v.23:no.8 (1947:Nov. 14)
    • The  atlas (1931-03)

    • Varsity Basketball Season at an End -- Who's Who? -- Sophomore Entertain -- Wigwam Bridge Party
    • 1931-03
    • v.2:no.2 (1931:Mar.)
    • Proscript (1965-03-05)

    • Use of $3 Million Dormitory Not Offered, dean Says -- Eight Coeds Reach pageant Semi-Finals -- Drew Pearson to Tell Of Washington Life -- Arts Festival Is Scheduled For April 19-26 -- Spring Enrollment Reaches 5,588 -- Music Variety Show Will be...
    • 1965-03-05
    • v.45:no.18 (1965:Mar. 5)
    • Proscript (1967-12-01)

    • University is proposed -- Wayne Commission asks state legislature to merge RPI, MCV -- Selection method altered -- Jacqueline Grennan to speak Wednesday -- Dionne Warwick appearance is slated
    • 1967-12-01
    • v.48:no.10 (1967:Dec. 1)
    • Proscript (1947-01-15)

    • U.S. Student Organization Is Started -- Seven Departments Offer New Courses For Spring Term -- Hay Fever To Be Staged -- Former Proscript Editor Dies -- Honor Council Issues Reminder In Connection With Exams -- Men Students GroupConduct First...
    • 1947-01-15
    • v.8:no.10 (1947:Jan. 15)
    • Proscript (1941-12-12)

    • U.S. at War as I.R.C. Convenes, Japan Attacks U.S.; Impetus of Events Makes Conference Most Important in Club History -- Glee Club Presents Feast of Carols, Candle Lighting Service and Echo Choir to be Featured -- Kendall and Walsh to Debate...
    • 1941-12-12
    • v.3:no.9 (1941:Dec. 12)
    • Proscript (1966-04-01)

    • Typical Off-Campus Student Is Friendless, Survey Shows -- Five New Degree Programs To Be Submitted for Approval -- Court Seeks Students -- Students Will Vote On Honor Change -- Faculty Central Committee, Administrative Council Born -- 121 Students...
    • 1966-04-01
    • v.46:no.22 (1966:Apr. 1)
    • Proscript (1964-03-06)

    • Two SGA Motions To Change Rally Downed in Senate -- House, Senate At Odds on Bill Involving Vote -- Smithsonian Curator To Speak of Exploring -- New Building -- Miss RPI Is Initiated
    • 1964-03-06
    • v.44:no.20 (1964:Mar. 6)
    • Proscript (1967-04-14)

    • Two plans offered to new students -- Church gets thumbs down from city -- U.S. funds received by college -- Newspaper probe bill defeated -- Fall registration set for May 1 - 12 -- Eton's loses ABC license
    • 1967-04-14
    • v.47:no.23 (1967:Apr. 14)
    • Proscript (1960-02-12)

    • Two Carolinians Elected to Reign Over May Court -- Sweethearts To Be Chosen This Afternoon -- Buchanan, Waldorf Resign SGA Posts: New Officers Are Bradshaw, Harshbarger -- Dr. Oliver Asks State For Budget Increase -- Mid-Winters Tomorrow
    • 1960-02-12
    • v.40:no.12 (1960:Feb. 12)
    • Proscript (1942-10-27)

    • Two Art Majors Join Uncle Sam, Doug and Ross Go to Camp Lee -- Doctor Curt Bondy Has Wide Experience in Prison Reform -- Permanent Proscript Staff Appointed, Doris Douglas Named Associate Editor -- Bright Lights At the Mosque -- Curtain Going Up on...
    • 1942-10-27
    • v.4:no.6 (1942:Oct. 27)
    • Proscript (1956-01-20)

    • Twenty Coeds Vie For Sweetheart Title, N.Y. Illustrator Jon Whitcomb To Be Judge -- Dr. John J. Scherer Dies; Was a Founder of RPI -- Advertising Art Is Exhibited In CA Dept. -- Graduate Students Get Opportunity To Study Abroad -- Greenwich Village...
    • 1956-01-20
    • v.35:no.14 (1956:Jan. 20)
    • Proscript (1951-02-15)

    • Triplet-I Scheduled To Open Wednesday In Playhouse -- Mardi Gras Set For Saturday With Costume Contest As Highlight -- SGA Studies Class Needs At Meeting -- Spring Vacation Date Changes Sought By SGA -- Students Must Check Reports -- Night Meetings...
    • 1951-02-15
    • v.28:no.6 (1951:Feb. 15)
    • The  atlas (1938-12-02)

    • Townley Literary Society Sponsors Dance Tonight, Swing and Sway From Ten 'Till One -- Purpose of the Community Fund Explained, Mrs. J. K. Bowman Speaks at Convocation -- Atlas Club Reorganized, Faculty Discusses Honor Societies-Work on Resolution...
    • 1938-12-02
    • v.10:no.5 (1938:Dec. 2)
    • The  atlas (1934-11-14)

    • Townley Lit. Bids Four, Arranges Open Meeting -- "Work Honestly", Mr. Junkin Advises Artists -- Students to Attend Convention, Katheryn Browning Leads Discussion Group -- Art Students' League Holds First Open Meeting -- Paintings and Etchings on...
    • 1934-11-14
    • v.6:no.3 (1934:Nov. 14)
    • Proscript (1956-04-26)

    • Tobin Elected Junior Class President, Parmesano Gets Veep Post; Jack Carver Is Treasurer -- Senior Class Officers Move In unopposed; Simpson Wins -- RPI Program Views Israeli-Arab Program -- RPI Student Gives Radio Jazz Concert -- Lee & Black Win...
    • 1956-04-26
    • v.35:no.21 (1956:Apr. 26)
    • Proscript (1957-03-21)

    • Three Top SGA Posts Uncontested At Present, Executive Council Extends Petitioning Time Indefinitely -- String Quartet Will Open Concert Series Here Tomorrow -- Crafts Show Held -- Art Classes Design Covers For Magazines -- No Stay-At-Home, Beauty...
    • 1957-03-21
    • v.36:no.21 (1957:Mar. 21)
    • The  atlas (1933-11-03)

    • Three Juniors, Two Seniors, Pledged Atlas -- Barnstorming Begins November 10 -- Exhibit of Rural Photographs -- Hockey Tournament November 10-11 -- Atlas Club Taps Five Students, Wilson, Gilliam, Langhorne, Brooks and Kindervater Tapped on Oct. 25...
    • 1933-11-03
    • v.5:no.2 (1933:Nov. 3)
    • Proscript (1964-05-01)

    • Three Juniors Seeks Top SGA Post, Today's Voting Deadline Ends Month of Officer Selection -- Convocation Scheduled For Tuesday -- Cobblestone Late In Arriving Here -- Doodley to Unmask At Week End Dance -- School Symphony To Present Concert --...
    • 1964-05-01
    • v.44:no.27 (1964:May 1)
    • Proscript (1953-10-29)

    • Thomas Wins Freshmen Election; Disappointingly Small Vote Cast To Yesterday's Returns -- Foundation Fives Science Awards For '54-55 Year -- Parker Leads Newman Club -- Carter And Wallin Return To Post Following Debate Concerning SGA Ruling --...
    • 1953-10-29
    • v.32:no.6 (1953:Oct. 29)
    • Proscript (1947-09-15)

    • Thirteenth Anniversary Year 1917-1947 -- "Welcome" To New Class Is Dean Hibbs' Greeting R.P.I. Is A Friendly School -- Complete Schedule Information Included In Today's Proscript -- School Rules On Absences -- Instructions For Filling Out...
    • 1947-09-15
    • v.23:no.1 (1947:Sept. 15)
    • Proscript (1967-02-24)

    • Theme Set For Dance On March 4 -- SGA Showdown Slated Mon day At House Meeting -- City to Receive Parking Proposal -- Arts Festival Set for April -- Convocation Guest Is Space Official -- Senior Orders Set Next Week -- Dr. Nelson Defines Role of...
    • 1967-02-24
    • v.47:no.17 (1967:Feb. 24)
    • Proscript (1947-11-26)

    • The Time Is Now -- Thanksgiving of Pilgrim Days Has Changed Dates, Customs Many Times, Originally for Worship; Now Football Turkey -- Music School To Give Series Of Concerts -- Business Club To Sponsor Dance Friday -- Edwards, Brooks Star In RPI...
    • 1947-11-26
    • v.23:no.10 (1947:Nov. 26)
    • The  atlas (1934-01-19)

    • The Richmond Division Evidences Marked Growth Since Its Establishment -- Promotions Among Graduates -- Soph Dance to Prove Respite From Study -- Examination Schedule
    • 1934-01-19
    • v.5:no.7 (1934: Jan. 19)
    • The  atlas (1934-10-05)

    • The New Enrollment -- Memorial Book Collection Under Way -- Last Year's Seniors Out In the World, Working Hard -- Strife Results From Room Changes -- Freshman Gives First Impression -- Dramatic Club -- Student's Room Ready -- Mr. James Y. Causey --...
    • 1934-10-05
    • v.6:no.1 (1934:Oct. 5)
    • Proscript (1965-12-03)

    • The Look of Tomorrow: Hibbs Building, 1967 -- RPI to Seek Federal Education Funds: U.S. Loans Available In Spring -- Occupational Therapy School Awarded $30,525 by HEW -- School of Music Plans 2 Christmas Concerts -- 'Dinny and Witches' Opens...
    • 1965-12-03
    • v.46:no.10 (1965:Dec. 3)
    • Proscript (1961-10-27)

    • The Eyes Have It! -- Mayor Urges Support of RPI: Woodward Cites Value of School -- Paperback Sales Soar On Campus -- $2,000 Goal Set for SGA Drive -- Admissions Director to Conduct Campus Civil Defense Survey -- Classes Pick 12 Candidates For Queen...
    • 1961-10-27
    • v.42:no.6 (1961:Oct. 27)
    • The  atlas (1932-11)

    • The Business School Makes Its Entrance -- Glee Club Organizes -- The Children's Theatre -- Student Government Dance -- Nicholas R. Brewer Exhibits in Anderson Gallery -- Art Student's League -- Towneley Literary Society -- Piano and Voice...
    • 1932-11
    • v.4:no.1 (1932:Nov.)
    • The  atlas (1934-12-07)

    • The Atlas Club Faces Busy Season -- Contract For Rings Awarded -- Townley Literary Society Presents Speaker -- Distinguished Artist Exhibits Paintings in Gallery Bearing Own Name -- Basketball Begins -- Subscription Campaign of the Wigwam -- Art...
    • 1934-12-07
    • v.6:no.4 (1934:Dec. 7)
    • Proscript (1959-10-08)

    • The 'Kids' To Open Play Season: To Be at RPI Before Broadway -- 21 Take SGA Test on Rules: One Failure is Reported -- Mr. and Miss Rat, 1959-60: Bishop, Hill Win Title -- 'Cobblestone' Sales Drive To Continue -- Accompanied by Tulip Queen: Mayor...
    • 1959-10-08
    • v.40:no.2 (1959:Oct. 8)
    • Proscript (1948-11-10)

    • Thanksgiving Holiday Given, Vacation Is Nov. 24-Dec. 1, Commencement Is Changed -- Vote On S. G. A. Changes Will Be Put To Students, Constitutions For Each Class Is Proposed Under New Set-Up -- Dogpatch Moves To RPI Saturday, Most Original Dressed...
    • 1948-11-10
    • v.25:no.8 (1948:Nov. 10)
    • Proscript (1960-11-18)

    • Thanksgiving Featured -- Scholarship Events Pictured -- Scholarship Drive Is Lagging, Only 23.5% Of Goal Is Raised -- Final Figures Are Released By Registrar -- 'Parent's Week End' Proposed -- Panel Discusses Roles Of Science, Religion
    • 1960-11-18
    • v.41:no.9 (1960:Nov. 18)
    • Proscript (1948-02-04)

    • Ten R. P. I. Drama Majors Appear On Celluloid, Color Release Set For Spring -- RPI Air Show Will Feature Life Of Prof. -- Proscript To Interpret, Edify, Say R. P. I. Students, Reply To Query As To Function -- O. T. To Get 3 New Teachers -- New...
    • 1948-02-04
    • v.24:no.1 (1948:Feb. 4)
    • The  atlas (1936-12-07)

    • Tells of Hitler in Address at Student Union, Martha Schwabinger Named Delegate to Pioneer Youth Conference in Roanoke -- One Last Plea For Chapel -- Dorian Music Society Names 4 New Pledges, Honorary Group Holds Meeting at Home of Katherine and...
    • 1936-12-07
    • v.8:no.5 (1936:Dec. 7)
    • Proscript (1960-10-28)

    • Teachers Featured -- 'Murder' Thru Pictures -- Scholarship Goal Set at $1,700, Drive Gets Under Way On Campus November 7 -- 6-Year Plan Of Building Proposed, Cost Estimated At $9,070,995 -- SGA Seeks Parking Lot Privilege -- Nixon Tops Kennedy In...
    • 1960-10-28
    • v.41:no.6 (1960:Oct. 28)
    • Proscript (1967-11-10)

    • Taylor says he is against another bombing pause -- Auman's letter shown to SGA; Pollard to speak -- Centrex phone system proposed -- Directory to go on sale
    • 1967-11-10
    • v.48:no.8 (1967:Nov. 10)
    • Proscript (1942-03-11)

    • Talley Speaks At Proscript Meeting -- Spring Fever? (An Editorial) -- Melodrama Planned By Drama Students, "Pure As The Driven Snow" Is Now In Practice Stage -- Mother Goose Ball Proves Successful -- Demonstration of Silk Prints Planned -- Wigwam...
    • 1942-03-11
    • v.3:no.18 (1942:Mar. 11)
    • Proscript (1949-03-16)

    • TA's To Present Wilde Company -- Calendar of Events -- Tax Rule Upsets Plans For Frosh-Soph Party -- May Day Plans Are Announced -- Social Workers Hold Conclave -- Dance Group Attends Forum At N. C. College -- Dormitory Undergoing Repair-Dean --...
    • 1949-03-16
    • v.25:no.23 (1949:Mar. 16)
    • Proscript (1948-05-19)

    • TA's Offer Pygmalion As Last Play, Cowan, Watkins Star In G. B. Shaw Play; Costumes Designed -- March Of Time At RPI; Fourteen Big Events Occur, College Celebrates Thirtieth Year With Record Enrollment -- '49 Sophomores Elect Kelley As President --...
    • 1948-05-19
    • v.24:no.15 (1948:May 19)
    • Proscript (1947-05-14)

    • TA's Get Professional Backing Offering, "The Man" Tomorrow -- "Chuck" Wood Succeeds Turock As S.G.A. Head, Convocation To Be Thursday -- Fashion Trends Reflected In Students Show -- Beasley Resigns As Coach Of Local Baseball Nine -- Work Starts On...
    • 1947-05-14
    • v.8:no.26 (1947:May 14)
    • Proscript (1949-04-20)

    • T. A.s Use New Policy With Moliere Company -- SGA Constitution Hits Snag On Honor Clause, Group Blocks Attempt To Drop 'Counsel' Rule, 3 Constitution Changes Passed -- Job Analysis Shown Through Du Pont Tour -- Two Recitals Planned By Music Dept....
    • 1949-04-20
    • v.25:no.27 (1949:Apr. 20)
    • Proscript (1957-02-28)

    • Sweethearts Are Named For Annual May Court, Canfora, Burton, Straley, And Bowker Are Honored -- Freshmen Stage Musical March 5 -- RPI TV Program -- No Dough!, Band Drive Misses Mark By 450 Bids -- Slop Shop Is Enlarged; Coke Room Being Built
    • 1957-02-28
    • v.36:no.18 (1957:Feb. 28)
    • Proscript (1949-03-30)

    • Sweeping Changes Hit RPI In Shakeup -- Shafer Street To Be Bridged, City Decides -- Announcement -- Future Classes To Be Outdoors In City Parks -- Bones Joins Biology Dept. -- Summer School Enrolls Dragon Seeking Solution -- Pully Heads New Bureau...
    • 1949-03-30
    • v.25:no.25 (1949:Mar. 30)
    • Proscript (1946-03-27)

    • Summer Term Opens June 15, School Under Direction Of Mr. Roy B. Bowers -- New SG Heads To Be Installed, Dot Turock Elected President of Association -- SSW Lists Summer Plans -- Dorm Students Elect Officers -- House Chairman For IRC Dance -- New...
    • 1946-03-27
    • v.7:no.11 (1946:Mar. 27)
    • Proscript (1943-04-20)

    • Summer School or Job? -- School Cooperates With State OPA -- Art Students. . . New York Bound -- Human Welfare Problems. . . -- S. W. Alumni Help The War Effort -- Alumni News -- Freshman Dance May 8, 1943
    • 1943-04-20
    • v.4:no.22 (1943:Apr. 20)
    • Proscript (1946-02-27)

    • Sullivan New Proscript Head, Gilmer, Lewis, Scates, Wood, Page Editors -- Red Cross Begins Campaign, Workers Named From Students and Faculty -- Mme. Danilesky Aids With Book -- Bradshaw and Gibbs Reigned as Washingtons at Junior Dance -- RIC Choir...
    • 1946-02-27
    • v.7:no.9 (1946:Feb. 27)
    • Proscript (1963-10-18)

    • Submarine Got Locked Under Ice -- State Council Approves Three New Programs -- Folk-Jazz Festival Is in Gym Tonight -- "Oaks of Mamre", Local Playwright Makes Good -- Graduate Designs Cover for Image -- Dr. William M. Lordi To Address Meeting --...
    • 1963-10-18
    • v.44:no.5 (1963:Oct. 18)
    • Proscript (1969-02-28)

    • Students, faculty attend retreat -- Complaint box draws comment -- Supreme Court plans discussed -- Scheduled tomorrow night, Dance to feature blues band -- Motion requesting academic credit for SGA members tabled in House
    • 1969-02-28
    • v.49:no.18 (1969:Feb. 28)
    • Proscript (1949-03-23)

    • Students Will Present Fashion Show Mar. 30 -- 'Lady Windermere' To Open March 30-Sellout Expected, Tyrone Morrow, Evelyn Randlette In Title Roles -- Kelley Reveals May Day Plans -- Dr. McKinney To Speak March 25 -- Yearly X-Rays Cited Necessary --...
    • 1949-03-23
    • v.25:no.24 (1949:Mar. 23)
    • Proscript (1945-12-18)

    • Students Will Celebrate Christmas With School-Wide Party, Open-House, Open House Tomorrow At 814 Park Avenue, Business Department Entertains Students, Gym Is Setting For Joint Program, First Celebration Of Its Type Here -- Drs. Davis and Kalif...
    • 1945-12-18
    • v.7:no.6 (1945:Dec. 18)
    • Proscript (1962-11-02)

    • Students Want Action in Cuba: Disagree on Methods To Be Used -- Cuban Crisis Aired By Faculty Member -- Homecoming Turnout Likely to Set Record -- Harvest Ball Will Feature Woody Herman -- SGA treasurer Yields Office -- Three Are Nominated for Post
    • 1962-11-02
    • v.43:no.7 (1962:Nov. 2)
    • Proscript (1942-12-08)

    • Students to Sponsor War Service Program -- Student Donates Blood to Red Cross -- The Proscript Staff Has Gone to War!, The Typewriter Ribbons Are Frayed -- Please Note -- Newman Club Elects Officers -- This Space Written During Blackout
    • 1942-12-08
    • v.4:no.12 (1942:Dec. 8)
    • Proscript (1960-10-21)

    • Students to Ballot In Presidential Poll, Tight Race Is Expected in Virginia -- 16 Council Members Undergo SGA Test -- RPI Alumni To Meet November 5 -- RPI Alumni Speak On Retailing Careers -- Assistant Dean's Role Is Filled By a Native of...
    • 1960-10-21
    • v.41:no.5 (1960:Oct. 21)
    • Proscript (1962-09-28)

    • Students Support Honor Code: 'Reporting Offenders' Found Objectionable -- One Rodent Dies During Rat Week -- Coed Seeks Tobaccoland Crown -- Registration Figure Sets New Mark -- Vice President Needed by SGA
    • 1962-09-28
    • v.43:no.2 (1962:Sept. 28)
    • The  atlas (1931-11)

    • Students Sell Tickets -- Coming Events -- Atlas Club Opens Store -- Glee Club in Program -- New Instructors Added -- Ye Holy-Dae -- New Manager Named
    • 1931-11
    • v.3:no.1 (1931:Nov.)
    • Proscript (1966-12-02)

    • Students Register Next Week -- Student Government Modifies Procedure Foro Altering Code: Amendment Reduces Court Number Necessary for Honor Code Change -- Play 'J.B.' Scheduled To Start Run Tonight -- Late Grade Slips Being Processed -- Dean Plans...
    • 1966-12-02
    • v.47:no.10 (1966:Dec. 2)
    • Proscript (1947-04-30)

    • Students Questioned On Problems Of Honor Code -- Vote Today For S.G.A. Nominees -- 55 Courses To Be Given At RPI Summer Session -- Students Say "No Tattling" On Honor Code -- Rent Mosque For Dances -- Two AL Dances Are Scheduled -- Art Exhibit To...
    • 1947-04-30
    • v.8:no.24 (1947:Apr. 30)
    • Proscript (1965-02-12)

    • Students Hit Low Grades in SGA, At Least One Officer Fails to Keep Average -- Dance Theme is Provided By Wine God -- Joyce Lamm Voted Queen -- Carole Mundy is Honor Maid -- IBM System 'Flunks --' Fauls to Make Grade
    • 1965-02-12
    • v.45:no.15 (1965:Feb. 12)
    • The  atlas (1935-12-01)

    • Students Hear Dr. Cousins In Chapel Tues, Pastor of Second Baptist Church In Address Streets Relation of Inlook and Outlook -- Seniors Perform in Chapel As Mirth and Mimic Reign -- Wood Carving Leslie Bolling Address Topic, Outstanding Negro Artist...
    • 1935-12-01
    • v.7:no.2 (1935:Dec. 1)
    • Proscript (1952-09-18)

    • Students Face Heavy Barrage Of School Clubs -- Secretarial Department Started; Headed By Dr. Kenneth Zimmer -- School Reaches Top Enrollment In Past Years -- Transportation Difficulties Solved When Correct Vehicles Are Boarded -- Dean's Reception
    • 1952-09-18
    • v.31:no.1 (1952:Sept. 18)
    • Proscript (1966-01-14)

    • Students Face Examinations, Registration -- Magazines Published This Week -- Plan to Appoint Student Life Group Backed -- New Auditor Is Announced By Dr. Oliver -- College Asks $1,728 Grant Under Higher Education Act -- Les Elgart and Orchestra...
    • 1966-01-14
    • v.46:no.14 (1966:Jan. 14)

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