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dc.description.tableofcontentsUniversity Receives $68,000 Grant from National Science Foundation -- Enrollment Hits All-Time High at University -- Twining Names Dr. Elvey to High S. A. B. Post -- Mrs. McIntosh Leaves Most of Estate for Scholarships -- University Presents $8 Million Budget to Territorial Legislature -- Interior Sec'y Tours Campus -- Dean Hosley Resigns Post -- Dr. Robert R. Weigman will Assume Vice President's Post Next April 1 -- Summer Session will Begin June 24, says Dean Cashen -- Kallio Returns from Trip to Scandinavian Countries : Promotes Cooperative Studies -- Bunnell Memorial Fund for Books Passes $250 Mark -- University of Alaska has Impressive Scholarship List -- Graduate Studies Grayling Abroad -- Poborski Talks about Petroleum -- Scientist Gives Paper at Meet -- Mrs. Fohn-Hansen Becomes Fellow of Arctic Institute -- University of Washington Professor will Study Auroras at Institute -- Barbara Milles gets Scholarship -- Dr. Bork Discusses Theories of Universe -- Faculty Wives Hold Valentine's Day Tea -- All-U Revue Proceeds go to Scholarship -- Bank Donations Make Possible Piano Purchase -- Prof. Morlan Visits Many Alaska Cities to Carry Out Home Economics Activities -- Delegate Bartlett Pays Tribute to the Late Dr. Bunnell -- Dr. Patty Travels to Washington, D. C. -- Big Game Trophies Attract Visitors' Eyes in the University of Alaska Museum -- Anthropological Papers Again Come Off the Press : Available at University -- Institute Holds Symposium Here -- Graduate Teaches German at Bonn -- P. M. L. A. Carries Byrns' Article -- Girls Defeat L. S. U. Riflewomen -- Arctic Branch Elects Officers -- Five Freshmen get Sears Scholarships -- 1949 Graduate Teaches in Michigan -- University of Alaska Pennant Flies from Huge Red and White Striped 'South Pole' -- Ex-student Plans to Advertise U. A. in Antarctica -- Museum 'Tourist Weather Vane' Points to Drop-off in Travelers in 1956 -- Three Groups Sponsor 3rd Farm Forum on Campus -- Greenhouse Plants are Now Available -- Beers Addresses A. I. E. E. Affiliate -- Clark Brott Attends University of Bonn -- Senior Mining Students Run A. I. M. E. Meeting -- Dean Contributes to Book on Deer -- Miss Donoghue Resigns : Mrs. Grass Here -- Agriculture Grad on Scientific Team -- Richard C. Ragle Takes Post with Alaska Command -- All Athletic Teams Head South to Compile Good Record of Wins -- Cadet gets Ribbons after Competition -- Beistline Becomes Science Fellow -- Ketchikan Pulp Aids University -- Wildlife Club Honors Frank Glaser at Annual Banquet in Student Union -- Janet Lee Lamont Takes Agent's Post -- Otto William Geist on European Tour -- University Music Groups Present Many Programs -- Many Attend Military Conservation Officers' Course -- Col. Pearl Holds Comptroller's Job with Air Force -- Students Receive $250 Scholarships -- Matthews is New Extension Agent -- Gross Studies Sheep for Master's Thesis -- Millions will Read About the University -- Col. Haycraft Goes to R. O. T. C. Conference -- Fairbanksans, Juneauites See Drama Workshop Play -- Canadians Visit Geophysical Institute -- Dean Cashen Will Attend Carmel Seminar -- Presentation of Student's Composition is a Highlight of Recent Recital-Concert -- $31,000 Grant Promotes Study of Education -- Who's Who Book Lists 12 Students -- Volunteer Firemen Drop Their Books when Fire Alarm Sounds on Campus -- Library Receives Grant of $600 -- Journal Carries Article by Paige -- California has Alumni Chapter -- Student Teachers go to Anchorage -- 4-H Clubs Active Near Arctic Circle -- Juneau Will Hold Homemaker Course -- Home Ec Students Present Style Show -- 62 Persons Complete Prospecting Course -- Studies Eskimo at Barrowen_US
dc.publisherThe University of Alaskaen_US
dc.titleFarthest-North Collegian, Vol. 35, No. 02 (March 1957)en_US

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