Ida Junior College, where he was also an instructor and counselor. Although individual counseling, as the Counseling Service suggests, is an important part of the work of the entire program, its overall scope is far more extensive. As she explained, the first step to her further education here came three years ago when she applied for scholarship aid from her govern- ment to study abroad.
Vote Up Vote Down Reply months Twitter Share VKontakte I will keep seeding this torrent for while.I hope you ll like it Real life comes first so as don have the time to fix all my old posts and their dead links coder know of autoreup magical tool let buddy rely this torrent solution instead Just click HERE get use magnet .Digitized by the Internet Archive in 2012 with funding from Federally funded with LSTA funds through the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners For November (Fall) 1969 LASELL LEAVES Vol. 1 see previous bound volume of the Leaves LASELL LEAVES BMMWKBa BMWBMMl MBBBBMIi^MIMBHB ' .'•■''": .•^v^ ' 1 x t ^ , *.^#'-J* llfl l^il^^^^^ls,: Fund Issue Winter 1970 Lasell Alumnae, Inc. Sherman, Jr.) 60 Ledgelawn Avenue, Lexington 02173 Kay Woolaver Parsons '46 (Mrs. Application for second-class postage permit pending at Boston, Massachusetts. * photo credits: Robert Case; 2, 3 Robert Chalue: 4, 5, 10 Carolyn A. Greene simultaneously will complete her semester of teaching in Brookline. "He was elected to the Board of Trustees of Lasell Junior College in 1950; named Chairman of the Board in May 1962. This is a significant step forward and continues the concept of concern for the "whole person" by Lasell Junior College." A student may benefit from an evalua- tive or mental health interview, just as she would from a physical exam. So, while introductions were cumbersome, be- fore the end of the bus ride students were able to understand and were responding in English to simple questions put to them by their now slightly more seasoned teachers. She may obtain some "feedback" on who she is and where she is, which can help her in the process of normal growth. The pace thus set, it was sustained over a six- month period of what Innocentia described as both a challenging and exhausting experience. Its principal concern is to provide the same easy access to help in mental and emotional problems that the Health Center provides for physical problems. The first was making their initial encounter with their students at the air- port, where the Corps had arranged to have them meet and return to the center together by bus. "Setting up the facility with this end in mind was in part a response to a new cultural acceptance of psychological help that has removed much of the stigma formerly attached to having mental illnesses as well as emotional problems. During the ride, as during the remainder of the program, teachers were to use no English what- ever, although as a second language taught since grade school in Lesotho, it would have been the most natural aid to communication. With her city kindergarteners she enjoys trying new things to meet their special needs. It is a genuine pleasure to award a medallion to this devoted and loyal alumna. To Marnee Bliss Roberts, first child, a daughter, Kimberly Mc Kee, on September 13, 1969. This year, for example, as an extracurricular project she thought of offering these predominantly apartment-living children the otherwise unlikely experience of owning a pet. "In June 1969 the Seminar Room of the new library was dedicated in memory of her hus- band. To Susan Caldwell Hamlin x-'66, a son, Clay Winston Hamlin IV, on April 4, 1970. She hopes too to have some time to continue with some of the many hobbies and interests she developed when their children were not yet school age. Greene and Jocelyn painting, and now she is making plans for the changes involved in adapting the President's House to their particular needs, when the move comes later this year. Since 1942 Miss Babcock has worn many hats at Lasell — instructor, assistant dean, dean of Women and twice has been called upon to serve as Acting President of the College. In their present Grove Street home there is ample evidence of her interest in interior decoration and oil Kenneth, Jr. Among the artistic and musical interests she hopes to find time to continue are: experimenting with simple design in both knitting and sewing, playing the piano, the autoharp, singing in the church choir, and the latest: learning to play the guitar. "Life at Lasell is extremely busy and allows little time for community activities.