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Bradley--Barbara J. (Class of 1960)

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1 AWS Represents All TC Women
Old Gold 0:0, p.136
6/1/1960 The Association of Women Students is a national organization with a chapter at TC. The AWS represents all women students on campus; Photos. This year they had two events, implemented new structures in the organization, and emphasized Women's Day.
2 Orientation Guides
Old Gold 0:0, p.140
6/1/1960 Orientation Guides; Photo. Women's Counselors and Guides; Photo.
3 Purple Key
Old Gold 0:0, p.134
6/1/1960 Purple Key was a tradition that started in 1952 as a recognition fraternity established by the Student League Board. Each year, one percent of the student body is chosen to recieve Purple Key recognition, the epitome of success and the highest award a student can recieve at ISTC. Students must be seniors and have been honored at the All-College Honors Convocation in the spring; Photos.
4 SLB Highest Government Unit
Old Gold 0:0, p.132
6/1/1960 The Student League Board is the highest student governmental body on campus. The SLB handles all-campus elections and coordinates the activities of all organizations on campus. A number of committees and boards make up the SLB and aid campus life.
5 Mrs. Bradley named 'Mother of the Year'
College Eye 51:28, p.1
4/29/1960 Mrs. James A Bradley, mother of Barbara Bradley, will be honored; schedule of Mother's Day activities; photo.
6 Chimes, Torch and Tassel Serve College Community
Old Gold 0:0, p.160
6/1/1959 Chimes choose sophomore women who participate in interest honor, religious, and social activities, show leadership ability, and scholastic achievement; senior women of Torch and Tassel are chosen for the same abilities; photo.
7 Interfraternity and Intersorority Promote Fellowship
Old Gold 0:0, p.205
6/1/1959 The interfraternity council is composed of two members from each of the fraternities, and the inter-sorority is composed of the sorority presidents and officers, elected by the members of all sororities; they both aim to promote close friendships; photo.
8 Literary Circle Improves Teachers of English
Old Gold 0:0, p.168
6/1/1959 The Literary Circle was created to help its members become better teachers of English and language arts; they are a Junior Affiliate of the National Council of Teachers of English; photo
9 Tau Sigma Delta Co-Sponsors Winning Homecoming Float
Old Gold 0:0, p.212
6/1/1959 Tau Sigma Delta had a Dinner Dance held with alumni and sponsors, a Homecoming Tea, a Homecoming Float, and the annual Graduate Dinner in the Spring; events such as the Mother's Day Luncheon, and a Thanksgiving Down-the-Line Dinner also took place; photo.
10 Women's Counselors Guide Freshman Girls
Old Gold 0:0, p.125
6/1/1959 The women counselors are chosen in the spring for the following year, and they take part in spring seminars to prepare them for work with the freshmen women; photo.
11 Men, women counselors chosen; five-week training program begins
Knickman--Helen M. (Class of 1960)
College Eye 50:26, p.7
4/10/1959 Men will also receive training; photo.
12 Choir Provides Music For Services
Old Gold 0:0, p.139
6/1/1958 Description of the purpose of the Chapel Choir; photo.
13 Christians Sponsor Deputation Team
Old Gold 0:0, p.193
6/1/1958 Description of the Christian Student Center; photo.
14 Class of 1960
Old Gold 0:0, p.299
6/1/1958 Sophomore class of 1958; photo.
15 SCRA Plans Campus Religious Policies
Old Gold 0:0, p.190
6/1/1958 Description of the Student Council of Religious Activities and a photo of the members; photo.
16 Tau Sigs strive for friendship
Old Gold 0:0, p.254
6/1/1958 The highlight of the year was the January Dinner-Dance held with the alumni. Honoring mothers, pizza parties, coke dates, and rushing brought the members together; photo.
17 Christian Fellowship Visits Churches
Old Gold 0:0, p.193
6/1/1957 The Christian Student Center holds student-led worship services on Sunday evenings supplemented by discussions, speakers, and movies; this center gives young people from Christian Church homes the opportunities for fellowship, worship, and fun; photo.
18 Women's Chorus
Old Gold 0:0, p.134
6/1/1957 There are 120 members in the Women's Chorus and they participate in the singing at Christmas time in the Messiah; they also sing in the Spring Choral Concert and participate in a Christmas Oratorio; photo.

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