Myra at piano

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Myra at piano - 10. mammoth: Jim conveeners: are and of Siamese...
10. mammoth: Jim conveeners: are and of Siamese Sfudenf Finds Coe ^Informal" By Bill Layton Nineteen year-old Molaiwan Mojdara, freshman student from Bangkok. Siam. "just loves everything everything about Coe.' Better known to her classmates as "Myra", this energetic music major especially likes the friendliness friendliness of the students and faculty, since education is much more formal in her native land. "In Siamese schools, whenever an istructor enters or leaves the room, all students must stand," she explained. "Everything there is carried out in a very rigid fashion, but here it is almost the opposite-everyone opposite-everyone is informal and at ease." The organization of Siamese education is also different from that of America. Youngsters go from kindergarten at age five to twelfth year of high school. English English is a required subject in all schools. Myra came directly from high school to Coe through the guidance of Vida Rumbaugh, 1947 Coe graduate, graduate, who was working as a missionary missionary in Bangkok. The strict treatment of Siamese youth in education also applies in family and personal relationships, T. _ . . . «* j n « including dating. No one under 21 "That usually results in some "Myra" Mojdara is allowed to go on a date unelss I member of either family accompanied by a chaperone. ~ ' -- " 1 1 A - J " T ,1^^ . « « ·«* · along," she commented. "I some- See "Myr»" pace 4

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  1. The Coe Cosmos,
  2. 11 Oct 1951, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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