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2. 1968 Freshmen Class Officers 1968 Freshmen Class Officers 1968 ca. Shown in this 1968 yearbook photo are the freshmen class officers. Calvin McCants would go on to become the Student Senate president in 1971. Class officers; Freshman; Student government; Epps, Joseph C.; Porch, Nancy; Kegerise, Alan B.; McCants, Calvin; Susquehanna University;

3. Admission Admission 1960 ca. In 1960, the Susquehanna University student body numbered 652 and by 1968 it had reached 1,186. Shown here is a 1960 admissions brochure highlighting the University's scenic campus as well as its many... Students; Susquehanna University;

4. Alpha Delta Pi Sorority House Alpha Delta Pi Sorority House 1961 The former home of Susquehanna University's 9th president, Charles T. Aikens, was donated to the University by his son, Claude, and initally used as the temporary home of the Phi Epsilon fraternity. Charles... Buildings; Fraternities & sororities; Susquehanna University; Aikens, Charles T.; Aikens, Claude; Aikens, Carrie; Phi Epsilon; Alpha Delta Pi.

5. Alpha Xi Delta Alpha Xi Delta 1961 Alpha Xi Delta was a social sorority founded in 1957. The sorority sponsored the campus Easter Egg Hunt. The children of faculty members enjoy the hunt in this 1961 image. Easter egg hunts; Fraternities & sororities; Susquehanna University; Alpha Xi Delta.

6. Alumni Gymnasium Alumni Gymnasium 1962-04-00 The Alumni Gymnasium, originally built in 1903, was destroyed by fire in 1934 and subsequently rebuilt. In 1962, an addition was built for extra instructional space. Shown is the gymnasium as it appeared... Gymnasiums; Buildings; Susquehanna University; Alumni Gymnasium.

7. Archery Club Archery Club 1965 ca. This image shows the first members of the Archery Club. Established in May 1965, the members learned the basic forms and techniques involved in the sport. Archery; Organizations; Students; Sports; Susquehanna University; Weiss, P.; Miller, L.; Moritz, N.; Milligan, S.; Shaw, L.; Clukey, M.; Ritter, D.; Estep, L.; Lichty, M.; Hackman, D.; Iverson, G.; Byrnes, A.

8. Auto-Typist Auto-Typist 1960-02-11 On the cutting edge of technology, the Director of Admissions purchased a "time saving device" called an auto-typist in 1960. This machine came equipped with an IBM electric typewriter, could type 150... Typewriters; Typewriting; Typesetting machines; Admissions; Susquehanna University.

9. Best Dressed Coed Best Dressed Coed 1966 ca. The Best Dressed Coed was a popular contest at Susquehanna. Contestants were nominated by campus sororities and fraternities and the winner represented Susquehanna University in a contest sponsored by... Clothing & dress; Contests; Susquehanna University; Fraternities & sororities; Best Dressed Coed; Dowling, Cheryl.

10. Botany Botany 1960 ca. The first science building at Susquehanna was the Sell Memorial Laboratory. This laboratory was a converted student house of Henry Ziegler, Susquehanna's second president. Steele Hall, the University's... Botany; Steele Hall; Classrooms; Susquehanna University;

11. Campus Campus 1965-11-18 In order to keep the campus lawns green and beautiful, the Student Council requested that students use campus walkways and stop cutting across lawns. This article warned students that fines could result... Walkways; Warnings; Susquehanna University.

12. Campus Center and Conrad Greenhouse Campus Center and Conrad Greenhouse 1969 ca. The 1960s were a time of great growth for Susquehanna University. The Campus Center opened in the fall of 1968 and contained an 800 seat dining room, bookstore, snack bar, lounge, and other special-purpose... Degenstein Campus Center; Buildings; Greenhouses;Conrad Greenhouse; Susquehanna University;

13. Campus Development Campus Development 1969 ca. While in the midst of great change, Susquehanna continued to chart further progress. As new buildings were constructed and existing structures were renovated, future campus developments were envisioned.... Campus plans; Maps; Susquehanna University;

14. Campus Frog Pond Campus Frog Pond 1967 ca. Originally square in shape, the frog pond in front of Steele Hall was rebuilt and rounded in 1936 by a group of area chiropractors as a thank you to the University for designing a course specifically for... Frog pond; Lakes & ponds; Susquehanna University.

15. Campus Traditions Campus Traditions 1965 Traditions help form a common history that ties a community together. Susquehanna University has maintained several traditions over the years that are described in this article in the 1965-1966 Student... Manners & customs; Susquehanna University;

16. Campus Views Campus Views 1960 ca. This 1960 image offers a nice view of Hassinger Hall as well as a variety of now classic automobiles. Hassinger Hall; Dormitories; Susquehanna University;

17. Chapel Chapel 1962 ca. Founded in 1858 as a Lutheran school, Susquehanna University worked to maintain its faith-based foundation. In 1962, chapel services, often featuring guest speakers, were a requirement of all students.... Religious services; Susquehanna University.

18. Chapel Attendance Chapel Attendance 1968 Let your conscience be your guide. By 1968, chapel attendence was no longer mandatory, however, the University's Student Christian Association offered interested students a venue in which to explore and... Student Christian Association; Students; Student organizations; Religious groups; Susquehanna University; Chapels;

19. Chapel Attendance Chapel Attendance 1965 Planning on skipping chapel? That's probably not a very good idea. Chapel attendance was mandatory in 1966 and failure to attend had far-reaching consequences. Students were permitted just five absences... Religious services; Susquehanna University; Religious Life Committee.

20. Chapel Attendance Chapel Attendance 1969 ca. In the early 1960s, chapel services were a requirement for graduation and were listed under "Academic Regulations" in the student handbook. As standards changed and attendance at chapel was no longer mandatory,... Religious services; Schedules (Time plans); Chapels; Susquehanna University;
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