Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on September 13, 1962 · Page 15
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 15

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, September 13, 1962
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Many organizations for Students attending U.I.U. Sigma Nu Sigma is open to all, but is designed for College Edition ing and education - bet . Fayette LEADER 9 13, Htt Fayette, towa _ graces in fellow members. Any girl of U. I. U. may become a member if she is enrolled in some depart- Business Education Group was founded in 1959 average. Peacock »"in C ^ d iL^sif S tf,,™ r ment °* the c °Uege, k approved for the purpose of developing "^^ & the annual Yearbook professional attitudes among its * 0r Upper Iowa University. It social and professional training Both groups strive * to present "' c *" eu5C Oi 1 " CI " OC ™"P- members; encourage interest in is prepared and edited by volun- outlets for extra curricular ac- good quality theatrical entertain- Science Club business education, and encour- teer members of the student body tivities. Students are encourag- ment and develop appreciation _ . . „ . . . . ? ge res ^ >a f bl } lt y to society. It who mite ^ d ^ ^ ed to take an active part in these of personal and cultural values. Thls organization is designed is open to business teaching ma- pictures with a minimum of fac- organizations. to further the student's interest jors of sophomore or higher „„„ „,„„,,;*;„„ tn^I^L Among the major activities who's Who in science. Open to upper class- classification. Members must be are- »* u * *u- , - ,. men showing above average ab- recommended by the business Members to this exclusive list- mty and interest ^ science and faculty and have at least * r The Veterans Club "J* are chosen by the faculty for rec ommended by a professor in recognition in the annual pub- tne sc i en ces The veterans organization was lication "Who's Who Among Stu- begun in 1954-55. It is open to dents in American Universities Hoger Williams Fellowship all male honorably discharged and Colleges." They are select- „ veterans of service in the United ed by the qualification of schol- Founded in 1958, this club is States Armed Forces. It fosters arship, leadership and profes- °Pen to all students who wish a C «.„_„_,:_:__ AII '^CyeaTbook (continued on page 24) the understanding of the prob- sional potentiality, lems confronting the veteran in college, and promotes the general welfare of the students and Upper Iowa University. They also sponsor the winter carnival, an annual gala event. to participate in the program of fellowship. It is designed to foster in any student on campus, particularly those of Baptist preference, a personal relationship The Lettermen •Club The Upper Iowa Lettermen's club consists of students who are awarded athletic letters as a result of participation in the . college athletic program. Sports for which athletic letters are awarded are football, basketball, baseball, and track; tennis and golf are also frequently included. The club has charge of concessions at all athletic events. Social Life Committee This committee arranges and supervises many of the college's activities. It is composed of students elected from each of the four classes and the major organizations on campus. They also sponsor the annual Christmas and spring formals. Newman Club The local chapter is open for membership to all students. This religious group sponsors the Mardi Gras dance each year. The club, which meets monthly, provides students of the Roman Catholic faith opportunities for spiritual and social activities. Sigma Tau Delta The Tau Alpha chapter of Sigma Tau Delta is the national honorary English fraternity on the campus. Members are selected on the basis of their proficiency in creative writing, and interest in literature and drama. Each year the members, both student and alumni, meet for a homecoming breakfast. The organization functions as a workshop for its members and as a service organization on the campus. Alpha Psi Omega and University Players These two organizations have as their primary object the development of dramatic talent on the campus. The orgnaizations are open to membership to those Miss Meyer returns From European study Miss Grace Meyer, professor of with Jesus Christ; to help each English, returned this summer student develop a Christian phil- from a year's leave of absence, osophy of life, Christian leader- which she spent in Europe on ship and Christian social activity, special study. After a three week tour of Eng- Meftodisl st « d «* Fellowship land, Scotland, and Ireland, Miss Purpose of the organization is Meyer visited for 21 days in Hoi- simil ar to the Boger Williams land, Germany. Sweden, Norway, Fellowship but is designed pri- r ._. c .. . . . „ manly for those of the Methodist Denmark, Switzerland, and Fran- faith . Its ba?ic 3^ ^ to provide students with a fuller, more meaningful Christian life on campus. Membership is open to all Lutheran Student Group Similar to the above two groups, membership in the LSG MISS GRACE MEYER ce. She then began a special study in the Held of English at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland. The year of study has been work which Miss Meyer will apply toward a degree of doctor of phil- I osophy. The opportunity for foreign study was made possible by a special scholarship granted by Delta Kappa Gamma, national honor society for women teachers. Fifty-six scholarships were presented to women throughout the United States and Canada. Miss Meyer was the recipient of the award for the state of Iowa. Before her European trip Miss Meyer also served as dean of women at Upper Iowa; she has been affiliated with the University since 1943. 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