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Page Nine,.


(Continued from P
week's problems at t
the same class, andl
vary from the sched
in special cases.
Teachers with a len
on turning-in late p.
ally believe it works
a few have found stu
advantage of the sys
Sociology teaching
ter Wolf says last
taught an introducto
gy course and exx
with student s e l f e
based primarily on or
paper. He says a feN
approached him nea
of the term and ask
could give themselves
course based on pap
they promised to sub
the next term.
"I believed they wx
so I agreed," Wolf
still waiting for ther
History Prof. Sam V
up basic minimum sta
his students to meet
We're in c
life sv
blood ba

papers: Good
age 8) additional w o r k is completely with ni
he end of voluntary. He holds voluntary in mus
he will not discussion ssections f o r those an art
ule except students interested in going be- dentss
yond minimum requirements. work.'
lent policy "I am only concerned t h a t music.
apers usu- students do a minimum amount Besi
well. But of reading for a course," War- somec
dents take ner explains. "My main concern by cer
tem. is to try to get students past the not str
fellow Pe- basic material. If they are hav- ture.
term- he ing trouble, I keep it up until In t
ry socialo- they pass. If they do badly in dentsa
perimented exams, they are given the op- dent u
valuations, portunity to write additional exercis
ne required papers." ' says al
w students Warner does not average a wear t
r the end student's grades, but says he is permit
ed if they primarily concerned with push- exerci&
A's in the ing everyone over a basic stan- ply wi
ers which dard of competence in the cites h
mit during course. He adds that he does mainI
not fail students, but instead ment.
ere sincere gives out incompletes to all who Russ
says. "I'm have received no credit by the in the
papers." end of the term. ten ev
Warner sets Along with deadlines, many grades
ndards for instructors require that papers have
, and any be neatly done. "Nu
Derr's mimeographed regula- their p
tions stress that sloppily written plains.
papers are not acceptable. He our pe
explains the rules are made in ers, th
the students' interest. try t
"Many people who don't in- Genera
tend to become composers ulti- import
mately do become composers or Seve
copyists," Derr explains. "The UniVer
rules are in the interest of neat- tures 1
ness and help simulate actual theirf
h conditions that m a n y of the front o
students will f i n d themselves newspa
working under in the future." ette.
Prof. Crawford also stresses "I've
careful preparation in papers. ing bu
inpNeatness counts in ter pa- Prof. s
"ean"hesscont in" tern. Papa-s Pof
should be clearly legible, typed "But1

excuses or



teat keys. This is a course
sic so we are talking about
, an aesthetic value. Stu-
should take pride in their
This is the very guts of
des academic structuring
classes are characterized
tain rules or restrictions
rictly of an academic na-
the nursing school, stu-
are required to wear "stu-
aniforms" during labatory
ses. Dean Rhoda Russell
ll students are expected to
heir uniforms and are not
ted to participate in the
ses if they refused to com-
ith the regulation. S h e
health precautions as the
reason for t h e require-
;sell explains some women
nursing school have writ-
valuations added to their
if they are considered to
"bad attitudes."
rses have to relate to
atients as people, she ex-
If we find that some of
ople cannot relate to oth-
en steps must be taken to
o correct the situation.
al, personal make-up is
tant here."
ral instructors in the
sity often interrupt lec-
to ask students to remove
feet f r o m the chair in
of them, to stop reading a
aper, or put out a cigar-
seen a classroom build-
lrnt to the ground," says
Weinberg who is strongly
d to smoking in class.
beyond that, over the

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years I've had many complaints
from students who are allergic
to smoke or are irritated when
it gets into their eyes."
Weinberg informs students of
his stand on smoking at the be-
ginning of ;the term, and says
there is usually no conflict un-
til final exams when, he says,
students who smoke are more
likely to want a cigarette.

"I'm very hard-nosed about
this question. I do not w a n t
students to smoke during final
exams. There are other students
in there who do not smoke and
their interests should be pro-
tected," Weinberg says.
TOMORROW: What students
and teachers think about class-
room structuring.

(Continued from Page 8) speak with students who have taken
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It's frightening.
That we can race toward the stars
And total annihilation at the same time.
That technology puts them both equally at our disposal.
Never before has man presumed so much
Or prevailed so much over his environment.
And yet all of his marvelous achievements have done little
To help him understand his relationship to other men.
That's where you come in.
You have to make it better.
It is not an easy task.
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