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THE MICHIGAN fHAPLY ___________
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pious Activities-

Subscribe to
The Michigan

gram for the study of religion and
an annual-series of public lectures
by noted scholars in the field of
religion.
Courses offered in 11 depart-
ments of the literary college broad-
en the student's understanding of
religion without teaching the doc-
trine of any faith.
Coordinates Groups
The ORA has no well-defined
interdenominational student pro-
gram. Its purpose is to coordinate
the activities, of the denomina-
tional groups represented at the
University, to act as consultant
to secular groups sponsoring re-
ligious programs and to participate.
in the planning of events in the
inter - departmental program for
the study of religion.
Each' fall the ORA and several
campus groups including the Stu-
dent Government Council and the
Council of Student Religious Or-
ganizations sponsor Freshman
Rendezvous. Open to all entering
freshmen, the event is held prior
to the beginning of the school year
at the Fresh-Air ,Camp.
Informal Basis

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OFFICES
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LTHLEEN MOORE

ersity encourages stu-.
n with the practical
nua aspects of religion
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11 Office of Religious

ough established as a secu
fate -supported institution,
iversity has always stressed
portance of religious experi-
n the life of its students.
vas one of the first cam-
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lents.
ious groups began .with a
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gious thought ahd activity.
aff is composed of DeWitt
dwin, Coordinator of Re-
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nt Coordinator of Religious
Harold K. Duerksen, Pro-
Director; and Dolores M.
Program Assistant.
r religioljs facilities avail-
the students include an
ic interdepartmental pro-

Freshman Rendezvous provides
incoming students with an oppor-
tunity to meet faculty and upper-
classmen on an informal basis and
become acquainted with the re-
ligious resources available to' them
at the University.. Many of the
problems they will encounter in
their first year of University life
are brought up and discussed and,
the camp serves as an introduc-
tion to the value side of college
life.
Another annual event co-spon-
sored by the ORA and major
campus organizations is lhe an-
nual ,Campus Conference on Re-
ligion. Each year a day is set aside
in which a program of religiops
study is presented to the students.
The program included- discus-:
sions of various religious beliefs
by outstanding religious leaders,
a religious art exhibit, a concert
of sacred music, student-faculty
discussions and religious interest
discussions :within) the individual'
housing groups.
Throughout the school year the
ORA provides a religious counsel-
ing service for the student. Stu-
deits may drop In for 'a friendly
chat with the staff members or
bring any problem, general or
definite, which may be bothering
them.
Any group may: use the facilities
of Lane Hall for programs or meet-
ings. Maintained by the University
for student use, it provides a lif-
brary, music collection, meditation
room, meeting and counseling
rooms, kitchens and social rooms.

With performances r a n g I n g
from' Mozart to Stravinsky the
University Symphony' Orchestra
begins a new season in the fall.
As the official orchestra for the
University, the Symphony offers
opportunities for musicians to
play In a group of 120 under the
professional direction of Prof. Jo-
sef Blatt. The orchestra is open to
all students of the University
community.
At the beginning of the fall se-
mester, prospective players will be
auditioned and evaluated' accord-

ing to general musicianship and
orchestral technics.
Each year the University Choir
joins the orchestra in performing
a major choral-orchestral work.
Last year this combined group
presented Mendelssohn's "Elijah"
and Mahler's Symphony No.-2 and
premiered several works for the
Midwestern Student Composers
Symposium. Also presented was a
program of student soloists and
conductors.
Prof. Blatt selects the repertoire
for the orchestra. Recently per-
formed were Mahler Symphony

No. 2, Beethoven's Symphony No.
9, and Mozart Symphony No. 34.
In the fall season Prof. Blatt is'
planning on "Sacre du Printemps"
by Stravinsky.
He has been in Ann Arbor for
five years, conducting the -orches-
tra and also directing the opera.
Prof. Blatt has translated and re-
vised many standard operas and,
through his efforts, the opera de-
partment in conjunction with the
departments of speech and music
present a full length opera each.
semester.

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