Barnard Bulletin from New York, New York on November 19, 1935 · Page 2
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New York, New York
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Tuesday, November 19, 1935
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Page 4 N o t i c e s Spanish Department Senora Isabel de Aguilar will address the Spanish Club this afternoon in the College Parlor. Her subject is "Puerto Rico" and she will endeavor to clear, away the uncertainty which exists in most people's minds concerning this West Indian neighbor. Senora Aguilar is a trustee of the University of Puerto Rico and also of. thc Carnegie Library situated there. She is well acquainted with the culture and social and economic affairs of the country, and is active in political work, particularly concerning woman suffrage. At present, Senora Aguilar is taking Courses in sociology at Columbia ,, University. This is the second tea of the Spanish Club and will be followed by several other prdgrams. On Npverober 26, Lucrezia Bori will address the members in Brocks Hall. Among those^ invited to today's tea are the faculty of the other language departments. Professor Dorado, Mrs. Del Rio and Miss Flanagan will also be present. The college is invited to attend.' * * * , The Spanish Department is planning an afternoon in, the near future during which thc students who have taken Spanish courses will present entertainment for the benefit of the new ones. There will also be a Spanish Caravan. Chapel Talk By Dr. Fairchild Professor Hoxie Neale Fairchild, o f ' the Department of English, will deliver Sarnarb ftullttin Kathleen Murphy, w i t h Barbara Graham as alternate, was appointed chairman ot a committee on the curriculum. Italian Club Sees Book Exhibition :etmg. At ,1 tea \estcrd.i\. the Italian Club T . .. i n i* · * t i . ' * * * | ia j aj , ts ' st () | | u ,nor. the Marchese International Relations Delegation Thcn thcrc is thc frek i umn at Allc- Rameri d. Sorbello. who presented an J he Barnard delegates to the Inter- ghcny co ] ]cge lvho in an intc li igcncc . c x h l b i t i o n ol m(x j t . rn Italian books and i national Relations Conference at Syra- teitt answered thc question: "When do i re ., ro j uctlons O f old manuscripts. For cuse university have been selected bv -' ' ' · - - ··· ··' 1 - 1 ' ' - · · · ' M ·· an address m Saint Paul's Chapel tins S h7 will" appcar"bJfo"rc "t'hVcouncii"at lhursd.1). Ncncmber 22. at noon. · , lls flt , u m c c t i n . the leaves begin to turn?" with thc those who are interested^ the exhibit can be examined 411 thc College Parlor Representative Assembly They are: slalcmcnt: « At thc samc timc thc m i L ( ^ i m i i _ ,, ft Agnes Lcckie Shirley Adelson, and night oil begins to burn _ thc n i g h l ^ a n j lomorrou , The books are on "ft TMt ^°" fe ± bd ° r « --" . . , v,ew through the courtesy of the halo- will in the form of three round America Society. Adele | tables will take place this Friday and', La f ayctte co i, ege (Easton Pll .) seems Saturday, under thc auspices of the Car- , to bc r u s h i n g the season a bit wilh ^ f ihc crM o omC| a c e as neg.e Endowment .for International decorations for its fall dance. The dee- chairman O f the tea, and was assisted an exd studcnt o{ Rom6C| acte d as Peace. # * * ! Marxist Study Circle The Marxist Study Circle meets on alternate Tuesdays and Fridays in Little Parlor. "No education is complete without some knowledge J^ the theories of perhaps the most influential mind of the age.," say its leaders, "and a list of readings will soon be available to all interested' students." Helen Levi orations will depict a winter scene-- [ by y anc R. Smith, Claire -Murray, and under the northern- lights of the Arctic i j^ osc }} ucc jarelli. '. · region. Ten Years Ago Today (Continued from Page-3) . . . Headline: "Teachers Shpuld and Moritia-Leah Haupt are in charge.. Have Free Speech Says Dean, Radicals ' * * * ' Also Favor Suppression." C i- S ! Ud u e f, ^"^ N °t iCeS . . . H e a d l i n e : "Ex-Barnardite De- Elizabeth of the class of 36 scribes Austra i ian College Life." has been appointed chairman of student fellowship for this year. . ' ' '. " The ^ u n i o r Prom was tlie sub " * * * ject of discussion at the 1927 meeting If the members of the faculty ap- on Wednesday. No\embcr u. The prove, a Barnard Christinas card will Prcm wil1 be held at the RJtz-Carltpn be adopted and publicity work begun Hotel on Febru «i r y '9- The subscription on it soon. ' . Wl11 cost 512.50." * * * ' . . . Advertisement: "OH 1 GIRLS! . The annual Apple Day will be held GET: The Most D^lfcious CHICKEN on Wednesday, November 20, the cart DINNER en Broadway, Home- will be stationed on Jake. cooked." ! Among the invited guests were: Dean jGildcrslee.xe; Professor Guiseppe Prez- v zolini, director o*f the Gasa Italiana; i Professor Dino Bigongiari, .head of the { Italian Department at Columbia University; Professor Peter M. Riccio, Miss Teresa Carbona; an'd members of the faculty of the Barnard foreign language departments. TcJcphone UNiversity 4-6930 C O L U M B I A C O N F E C T I O N A R Y L U N C H E O N E T T E 295! BROADWAY HERMAN LOHDEN French Club Gives Two Play. ?· i i (Continued from Page French culture and literature, nt i ondly, through the proceeds i,, n ^ admission charge of fifty t , v . v , French Department hopes to a ^ lo th | fellowship fund by which it H nds French student abroad to Frarv C|1 \ year to live there and study. After the plays the audience ,i an cci to music .provided by the Cor-V re cording system and refreshment Wcre served. D. V. 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