North Carolina Newspapers

    Monday, February 12, 1973
TH€ SALtMIT*
Page Five
Lifespan Center Lists
Spring Seminars
nesdays from 1-2:30 p.m. begin-
nins March 7.
Two new series of counseling,
seminars at the Lifespan Center ning March 7.
will begin this week. “Today’s
Woman: Self Discovery and Wid
er Horizons” is a 12 week series
for community women who seek
new direction in their lives. The
E-V group counseling includes
small groups of Salem students
who will take tests and develop
personal educational and voca
tional goals.
Salem’s Lifespan Counseling
Center has opened a “Listening
Corner” for clients, faculty and
students. The corner is in the
center, which is on the second
floor of Lehman Hall.
The self discovery seminar
will be divided into two groups.
Ried Raben will be the leader
for the group that will meet on
Wednesdays from 9-11:30 be
ginning this Wednesday. Mary
Anne Goslin will lead the other
group that will meet on Thurs-
. days from 9-11:30 beginning this
week. There will be a $50 fee
for this series.
The group counseling series
will meet six times for discus
sions. Dianne High will be the
leader of the series. This series
will meet on Mondays from 3-
4:30 p.m. beginning today,
Thursdays from 3-4:30 p.m. be
ginning February 22, and Wed-
The listening corner includes
a cassette tape player and a re
clining Chair. Tapes now available
at the center are “How to Write
Successful Resumes” concerning
employment, “Techniques for
Reducing Tensions,” and a vari
ety of skills for communication
and cooperation dealing with in
terpersonal relations.
During the first four months
of Lifespan Center operation,
counseling was extended to 94
clients. This amounted to 919
contact hours. The clients in
cluded 53 Salem students and
41 women from the Winston-
Salem community.
The Jim Croce Show will be presented by IRS at 8 p.m. on February 22.
IRS Presents Ensemble Attends
Jim Croce Music Festival
WRITE A LETTER
TO THE EDITOR!
The IRS committee has an
nounced that The Jim Croce
Show will be presented Febru
ary 22 at 8 p.m. in Reynolds
Auditorium. The show features
singer, Jim Croce, and is free
for all Salem students. Students
must pick up their tickets before
the show.
Advance tickets for the gener
al public and dates are $2.00.
Tickets at the door are $2.50.
Students may pick up tickets
at the Salem book store.
Paul Peterson, director of the
Salem College Choral Ensemble,
wUl take the ensemble to the
second annual Collegiate Choral
Festival at Catawba College on
Saturday. The festival is under
the direction of Dr. Lawrence
Bond of Catawba and will meet
from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Salem will be among 14
colleges in North Carolina repre
sented at the festival, which is
non competitive. Other colleges
include UNC-Charlotte s Men s
Club, the St. Andrew’s Chorus,
Library Stays Open
Until 11:30
Mrs. Anna Cooper, Salem Col
lege librarian, has announced
new hours for the library this
semester. The new hours will al
low the library to be open five
additional evening hours weekly.
There will be a librarian and a
desk worker on duty Sunday
through Thursday from 6:30-
9:30 p.m. to aid students in their
reference work.
The new hours are from 8:30-
5:30 and from 6:30-11:30 Mon
days through Thursdays. The li
brary will stay open from 8:30-
5:30 and from 6:30-10:30 on
Fridays and from 9-5 p.m. on
Saturdays. The library will be
open from 2-5 p.m. and from
6:30-11:30 p.m. on Sundays.
These extra hours and ser
vices have been added on an ex
perimental basis. If there does
does not appear to be a need for
either, they will be discontinued.
Also, the College will begin a bus
service to the Wake Forest libra
ry as soon as there is need for
this service.
Mrs. Cooper reminds students
that the Wake Forest Library no
longer lends books to students
for use outside the library. This
regulation applies to all students,
not only Sdem students. She
said it remains a good policy to
check with the Salem College
Library before going to Wake
Forest for materials.
Pembroke State University Chor
us, and the Winston-Salem State
Unitersity Chorus.
The Salem Chorus will sing
“Dearest Lord Jesus,” “Sanctus”
by Norden/Peterson, “Hail to
the Christ Child,” and two selec
tions from the Old Salem Christ
mas collection, “Dearest Swal
low” and “Home Thoughts.”
The Old Salem selections will
be accompanied by the Salem
College String Quartet.
The Choral Ensemble also
plans to go to Charlotte and At
lanta, Ga. on April 27 for a
weekend of singing engagements.
Prof Seminar
Dr. Sidney Kelly of Salem’s
religion and philosophy depart
ment and Dr. Michael Thomas
of the Sociology department will
attend a course in Computer
Simulation at Raleigh on Friday.
The social science simulations
at the seminar will include poli
tical science, sociology and psy
chology education. The material
will include welfare problems,
international and state politics,
small group behavior and classic
psychology experiments.
N. C. Wants Applicants
For Summer Internships
The North Carolina State De
partment of Natural and Eco
nomics Resources is offering 21
summer internships at $360 per
month this summer. The pro
gram is for college students who
have completed two years of col
lege or technical training.
Students participating will be
asked to prepare reports on sub
jects ranging from development
of interstate short tours to the
effluent charge alternative as a
means of water quality control.
Other subjects investigated
will be local planning; analysis of
industrial market; public partici
pation in state water plan pre
paration; water inventory of wet
industries; recreation consultant
and field research on the experi
mental method of evaluating
aquatic food plants in salt marsh
impoundments.
Applications can be obtained
from the personnel office of the
Department of Natural and Eco
nomic Resources in Raleigh. The
deadline is March 1.
Lighthouse Grill
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EACH MEAL!
Comer of Burke and Brookstown Streets
ONE BLOCK FROM SEARS
14 Graduate Early
At the end of the January
term 14 senior women com
pleted graduation requirements.
They will receive diplomas at the
May 20 commencement excer-
cises.
Those receiving B.S. degrees
are Nancy E. Mears and Mrs
Mary Snakenberg Twiddy.
B.A. degrees will be awarded
to Marie Bisette, Bobbi Ann
Brooks, Corinne (Patsy) McLau-
rin, Sally R. McMurdo, Mrs.
Bonnie Blakney Byerly, Mrs.
Dorothy Dewart, Mrs. Christine
M. Durum and Mrs. Beth Gilbert.
Also receiving B.A. degrees
are Eleanor M. Marchant, Char-
lyn L. Sewell, Rebecca Ann
Smethie and Judith Ann Starnes.
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