Generation Panel Views
Styles, Criteria of Art
By CAROLINE DOW
A panel of Generation Maga-
zine editors yesterday discussed
the approach and criteria for
judging the flood of contempor-
ary art which the magazine re-
The panel Included Susan Stein-
berg, '62,nAndrew Argyropoulos,
Roger Reynolds, '61SM, Michael
Spitzer, '61, and Keith Waldrop
of the English department, who
discussed the new trends in con-
temporary art. ;They met at the
Undergraduate Library multipur-
Spitzer found three important
groups of poets, each with their
own publication and style.
The groups have been charac-
terized as too formal exemplified
by the group in the "Anthology
of Modern English and American
Poets," including Robert Lowell,
W. D. Snodgress, James Wright
and Jeffery Hill.
'The second is too simple and
profane and is exemplified in Don-
ald Allen Anthology featuring
Ferlingettie and Ginsberg.
The third is a reaction to the
first two, which looked abroad for
impetus. Spitzer predicted that the
next decade will see satiric poe-
try take the lead.
Argypopoulos, art editor, char-
acterized new forms of poetry by
saying that people doubt that it
is art, because it generally seems'
to have little relation to establish-
ed traditions and the vocabulary
Candidates for Panhellenic As-
sociation Executive Council posi-
President: Carla Maize, '62, of
Alpha Xi Delta and Susan Stiller-
man, '62, of Alpha Epsilon Phi.
Vice-President: Margaret Shaw,
'63, of Delta Delta Delta and Kar-
en Tate, '62, of Alpha Delta Pi.
Secretary: Sandra Deitch, '63, of
Sigma Delta Tau and Ann Gomez,
'63, of Kappa Alpha Theta.
Treasurer: Suzanne Brockway,
'63, of Pi Beta Phi and Penelope
Pell, '62, of Alpha Xi Delta. Chair-
man of Rushing Chairmen: Ruth
Roby, '62, of Collegiate Sorosis
and Catherine Steffek, '62, of Al-
Chairman of Rushing Counse-
lors: Judith Dean, '62, of Zeta Tau
Alpha and Lynn Lopata, '62Ed, of
Delta Gamma. Public Relations
Chairman: Carole Feldman, '62, of
Pi Beta Phi and Dale Greenwald,
'62, of Delta Phi Epsilon.
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principle that Council should be
actively and dynamically con-
cerned with all issues effecting
He would like to see the com-
mittee on membership selection
become semi-autonomous and en-
courages the idea of SGC members
going to the individual housing
units at times other than elec-
.SGC Treasurer Arthur Rosen-
baum, '62, is concerned, with in-
forming students about SGC. He
believes that, if Council concen-
trates more on issues which direct-
ly effect students, they will,
through self-interest, become more
directly interested in SGC.
He also wishes to alter the
structure of SGC to meet the de-
mands of students and organiza-
tions. He is especially concerned
with the role of the administra-
tive wing and of ex-officio mem-
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neth McEldowney, '61, is con-
cerned with the problems brought
out in the East Quadrangle re-
port and the fact that for nine
months after the report was fin-
ished, the administration took no
He proposes a committee com-
posed of members of SGC, Assem-
bly Association, 'and Inter-Quad-
rangle Council to study the prob-
lems and make recommendations.
He , sees the lack of communica-
tibn between residence hall staff
and those controlling policy as in-
dicative of the problems in many
Brian Glick, '62, is interested in
the role of the University in the
non-academic life of the student.
He criticizes communication with
parents . that is not academic,
medical; or psychological.
He also hopes to work for the
elimination of barriers to com-
munication between Americans
and international students.
Council member M. A. Hyder
Shah, Grad, believes that Univer-
sity life is co-operative, and thus
students should fight for their
rights but should also fulfill their
He does not believe that a seri-
ous problem of contact between
American and foreign students
exists because at a large school
there is poor personal contact
among all students.
John Curry, '63, would work to
eliminate the red tape involved in
cation, particularly in residence
His aim on Council will be,. to
represent many campus groups as
fairly as possible.
The main concern of James
Yost, '62, is to focus Council at-
tention to serving campus groups
and to remedy the apathy toward
SGC which has resulted from the
Council's misrepresentation of
actual campus opinion.
He believes that residence hall
problems should be studied and
that the chemistry department's
non-academic evaluations are
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