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dc.description.tableofcontentsRegents Set New Building Goal for 1954 -- Second Semester Registration on January 15th -- Convocation Marks Transfer of Presidency from Terris Moore to Ernest N. Patty : Third President of University Takes Office on November First -- Officers Attend Conservation Course at U. -- Anchorage Businessmen Provide Funds to Expand Film Circuit -- Strash Addresses U. S. A. F. Personnel at Anchorage -- Alfred Brook's Book Now on Sale at School of Mines -- Food Service Building -- Explorer Presents Lecture Series -- Steel Co. Reveals Training Program -- Farm Expert Visits Campus -- Loan Fund Increased -- Three Programs Presented by Music Dept. -- New Drama Club Presents Play -- R. O. T. C. Adopts New Curriculum -- Anthropology Papers are Now Available -- Bunnell Attends Land-Grant Meet at Ohio State U. -- Hans Haakonsen Dies in California -- University Students Give Money and Clothing -- Identification Kits Available -- Certificates Awarded to Short Course Students -- Institute Holds Seminar Series -- Former Students Attend Stateside Universities -- U. of A. Alumni News -- Alumni Assn. Elects Officers -- Polar Bears Tour Southeastern Alaska -- Porcupine River Caves Relocated -- McMullen-Behlke Exchange Vows -- Student Studies Here on Grant from Ford Fund -- Faculty Lounge Opens in Cub -- Tea for Pattys -- Fairbanks Boy is Contest Winner -- Graduates Teaching Extension Courses -- School of Mines Receives New Metallurgy Thesis -- Douglas Succeeds Loftus as Editor of Yearbook -- Weaving Article Published -- Dean of Women Honored -- Stanton Patty is Visitor -- Ninety-Nine Coeds Enrolled -- Lathrop Will Provides [sic] for Scholarships -- Sears-Roebuck Gives Scholarship Awards to Five Freshmen -- Lessons Given in Use of Projector -- Cordova Seniors Enjoy Preview of Campus Life -- Douglas Huber Receives N. C. Scholarship -- Former Student and Child Drown -- Community College at Anchorage -- "Alaska Farm Reporter" is Heard on KFRB -- New Equipment for Mines Bldg. -- Geologist on Campus -- Colonel Kilday Attends Conference at Pentagon -- Chemistry 105 will be Offered Second Semester -- Trailer Court Provides Needed Family Housing -- Miners Raising Funds -- Former Professor Gives Books to University -- Students Form Pep Band -- McCall Advises A. R. C.en_US
dc.publisherThe University of Alaskaen_US
dc.titleFarthest-North Collegian, Vol. 32, No. 02 (December 1953)en_US

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