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coordinator of the air conditioning and refrigeration program at Harper, the job cost about a quarter of the price, but he paid for the rest of it In inconvenience It took UK nine months to do it and we ruined his stair well " (Her- ald July 5i This incident prov ed to h«' a valuable learning ex- perience for the class at the ev pense of the Harper president The dinner meetin R.s held be fore scheduled board meetings »crc justifiable but shouldhave Ijeeri announced at least 24 hours in advance For the most part, these tri- vial charges were Just blown out of proportion The accusations against were dangling over a very fine line between wtiat was justifiably right or wrong Mike Nejman i# «H/1RBINGER m « 1 ,1. - - Photo Kraphc TJ*: M farloiml Nlw: Ian \il M.uiaticr: M ■ t.icull* \i Ki-.11, H.
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offer something different, something beneficial to the students . Har ■ per siudenls are actually un- aware of the numerous and Ihe various services offered to them. lalllng at even petty larceny the pair find themselves »s Jailbird valets to the regal ■ Prince of Thieves . Mvl^■m^^l^.^lvlvl■lli TVlvl■;^r^■^l^:^, w H C M with it definite goal fur the tuture. IIt:rs HCM ^tan■i lor liar(H-j roik'Kf Mu Mt- The radio station WHt'M IS enltrt'i . Iu-timt'^ reftrri'd [hi only I'A with lall \U t' a "-tudenl iir Han Lcation and we'd like to set? also a (iisk jorkry on Mondays and U\.1nt we don't ask them to do atiything r- uliy " said Beiity. Arranging »che- ciulo-s With time slots, hv contends. Kr-.-v tests tor mononucleosis, pr.,;ihii HV skin lor tuber- n.l.i Ms, throat cultures, venereal ills. ISC (iliaiinnsis and tttatmentl ,irf ,ils M .,vaii,vul Ml on today.
Fox River Grove, Han- over Park, and Roselle Four to»-nshlps outof the 22district5. They there- fore cannot improve up*n their services, or If need he. you rein tor a real treai with •Harry and Walter Go To New York This new Mark Rydcll fllm brtn«s toiielher such lalnii* as Elliot Gould (Waller) •nl Jaiws Caan (Harry) in a of two turn d- the - century, bunfllng vaudevll llan E Early In the movie. .^I■L ^; 17()sy*t Nst NH AVDHS ih ^■■n«1 '/lvl Vlvl■.^l Vlvl^^lvl Vl^'TTr■•r.^r. 49 Sfi-50A - $53.99 SR 5IA $71 99 SR 52 $269.99 SR 56 $98.99 f HARPER COLLEGE BOOKSTORE SR-S1A Sn-56 as long as n*o or three w«ek» to get situated. "Thi Tefore, we have to rely on the retxrd n»rnpanie« to send us what the students want lo hear. And jitl you ha\'e lo do is dial 2'M on any "i the campus phones to reach us il we've got what you wanl Hi hear - we'll play it,"" 'We're not a lot of noise," lid Beaiv whti last year was an engineer . Fhls iiospit.ili/.iiioii policy is in effect irom tht (oi purchase until the following; tali semester.
Schaum- burg and Wheeling, had orig: nally established Harper in 1965 A concerned Citizens Committee »'as earlier tsta Wished and a survey was con- (iurtfd o( students needs in the .jrt-a Thus, the ground work for Harper was started five years before its actual ap- proval By l! Or Lahti was se- (Photo by James Bliss) lected as presidera, and the college itself was named after William Rainey Harper, or - Sinator of the two-year com- munity college idea In IHii T the college was op- erating out of Elk Grove High School al night Enrolimeni was slightly over l./i K), A year later the enrollment was up to .1 7()0 In 1969 when the permanent campus was finally ready there were 5,350 stu- dents attending Harper This year, with enrollment between 21 22.000- expansion is al- ready being planned A second campus site of 117 acres has lieen purchased by the school iioard This land is now being leased to a farmer until the tmard decides when the best time (or a second campus would be needed by ihe community Harper is designed to meet the needs of the students and community in v.-i-'c , n is lo- cated The college offers two year degree programs In33 dl Kerent aixas and 25 different certificate programs There are no present plans to offer any higher degrees than the as- sociate «H fi len Ke J'uch r- ■ that the\ . child care, admlniiilration, and the many other various services offered to Harper students. though, feels thai there Is a problem of com munlcatlon One problem is that nf reaching the student, of finding out the needs of the stu- dents Questionnaires are available upon registration re- garding student needs and in- terests, but normally the stu- dent does not return them and this presents a problem for Student St-rvlres. There is also counseling a- vallable for students when so- cial or personal problems arliie or if guidance in program se- lection and career decision is needed If help is needed In classes, student services pro- vides tutoring There are also services available to students with hearing impairments, «BINGER and Walter go to New York August 30, 1976 Child (ort ovoilo Ut By Mike "Ve Jii UD If you enjoyed the zany Ne* - man Redford exploits in Btiich Casstily and lh« Sundance Kid' . / Tex QS Instruments electronic colcuhtors TI-1270 1270 $13 49 2550-1/ - $3? will lie sent I'-voiir mslruciors A 24 hour accideni ami sick- ness insuraiiri' plan is available lor J.i lor il; nionlhs.
^ui Ucnl.s Irtmt ~,a;ha^ an.-lra ai K h\ i.l hi~ pri. h' be active • directors «( student affairs and service.* such as food and health ser- vices, financial aid. at\ ' '.t:niales that il maylake Announcing new lower prices on "^^r --^^f -sj , "^-Z ■ — ' . Call the iieailfi Service and a notice, not .111 M'.
from pu^t- 'Z ) him to spe«k pick up the entire bi 1 1 ■ i.i iiboul »er- • if ovf V^ ill age u: J he felt ri' ■ snmunity col ' . Service-, .u.- pr..vlded are Absentee Memos which are used when you are ab M'iil Irom class more than three days. T Friday , ihv future jf o Jtered ervices and counseling i:i E eipinded for the ■ ..icnis and the " open later ai ■^ irut'Tf Sted in •: Hf can contact .niuiigham at extension Auditions for Godspell' start Sept.
1 1 August 30, 1976 Through May 9, 1977 ^«»^ He H/1RBINGER William Rainey Harper College.
has never had a permanent tmiidlng According n Harper s presi - lent k.)h.»rt E Lahti these ■ ill ser\-e the needs rfl technology stu- dems (or the life of the com- munity If all goes as scheduled, the new buildings will be ready for classes al the end of January Vocational technology classes had previously been h«ld In T. B and A buildings Since classes will be pulled out of A building, there will be more room (or student activities such as films and video programs President Lalui believes that the three million dollar project Is two years overdue because enrollment at Harper 121 f)00 IS double what was originally projected when the school was first opened 'The new buildings will re- lieve a lot of over crowded conditions that faculty andstu dents have had to put up with in the past and provide a better learning environment and equipment , ' " commented Presi - deia The one dollar raise intuition per .semester hour over la-st year is in no way connected »ith the cost of the buildings Tnere is a building fund maintai'iedby the school board for new build Ings that is matched by the state after the new buildings areap- proved , The state receives bids from construction firms and awards all contracts E C Dover of Palatine was award- ed the bid for the new build- ings The firsl two phases of Harper were contracted to Cor betta Construction and Cecil Mc Ciuire Construction No increase in the amount of faculty is being planned, but back-up personnel, such as custodians, are being hired Nt on the building agemla is a physical education center The new center will not be con- fined to just student athletic »'vents but also to community needs such as physical reha- bilitation for handicapped and physically impaired President Lahti describes this as the most exciting building planned so lar Money i s already set aside (or the new center and ground will be broken in the spring More classroom buildings »re now being talked about The trustees must decide which de- panmem will need more facili- ties as the college and com munity grow After they de- cide, they must get stale ap- proval A request for an au ditorium has been denied by state officials District number 512 encom- passes Arlington Heights. Barringlon Hills, Buf- falo Grove, Elk Grove Village. Mia..(K''f, I'oiip; Heaty ki- to ihuik of uur- M riouh bru.idcu-i KTii* here's .
I August 30, 1976 New buildings expand campus By Mu LMa Two new buildings Hind I, iictted nmn to D bulldln R ire halfway co Ripleted They *111 house ihe vocational tech :io Io«y career clasiws The buildinjs and one new ^arkin4t lot are the third phase n a master plan established vihen Harper was onglna Jlj' Dlaimed In 1%5 by voter re- ferendum These bulldlnns had (1 be approved by ihe hoard of •rustees, the Illinois Com ■n unity College Boardandthell inois Board of Higher Edu cation Ground was broken in '\ugust of 1 975 afii-r three years f planning Vocational technolofo which 'ncompasses architecture, ar ■hltectural technology, crimi nal Justice, electronics engi- neering, fashion design, in trior dastgn, mechanical engi ■wering technology and refri ^juration and air conditioning. Lake Barringlon, Mount Pros pect, North Barringlon, Pala- tine. t.- M-rve ihv "Hi.ll, wi' ri :ioi :i fionifv );;roup "^^ :'.■"■. (In fhe Borrington Square Shopping Center ^F^ ^^^ Higgint fast of Borrington Koad ) pt -1^ 4RBINGER Weekend college starts soon Ircle K involved in eommunity services Pm I K.
and Keaion race against the clock Cninn and an opera to complete thf crime The screenplay written by Robert Kaufman and John C Ma- hoigany ":i Byrum, employed the dea(kan comedy made famous by the Cnjuld Sutherlandchem- i^t: of M'A'S'H \:, iniere Bting note lies In (he fact mat the prison scenes were filmed in an authentic 1 tury prison, presently tiicen in use in the southern t'nited Slates On a Mike Douglas in San Diego special, the four main star.s (in tu U costumet and Ry dell disclosed that actual in- mates servfsi iis cviras and aides in the filming ol several Jailhouse scenes In conclusion, Harry and Walter f* To New York" prov ed to be a pleasant fscape to those magical and simplier times ol the early IWX) s --- a time of vaudeville and legend arv bankrobbers i,()to (■hll'-tri Ti \'.- iiear- WHTM x^ her. The rea.-.,-, Sllrir ii,i),..-i K,..„ iw thai Ihl Tt I iiln li.,l:iyii hii.- a complaint iif lnl take all to a certain letter bulldi Mi K .111.1 thai I . i« one area 1 w..i)K| 1 ''ll time* ■■ like I.) work on.' rhe imase she would like In There is a big year ahead ol riije.i 1* „ne i,i trienrilirieiss and Rubyn. A~ .i [leer counsel, ir she is intend Ki slay Harper's studcnl i.'tt witi, II... forever, Ihr luture thimnhl J h.iiiille Iheir i-om .tlong the liin .)) be 1 family prartilimur "i 1 1 e app "n\ ^B iil Hi^^^^^^H^^^^^^^H 1 VI Lr^« ^■BJI^^^^^r r^''^^H J z J fj^^j NOW IN HOFFMAN ESTATES ^ OL.