FRONT ROW: Dr. M. K. McCorquodale, Ann Marquart, liana Davis, Pat Rainer, Gay Wunderlich, Linda King, Ellen Boudreau,
Anita Hart. SECOND ROW: Marilynn Schear, Margaret Shea, Linda Jones, Mary Michaels, Geni Brown, Lizabeth Berner,
Lynn Churchill. THIRD ROW: Alan Selik, John Wiley, Richard Workman, John Anthony, Treadway Brogdan, Mendy Mendenhall,
Joe W. Snyder, FOURTH ROW: Mark Fetchin, Frank McClenny, William A. Voelkle, Danny Martin, Alan B. Davis, Robert
Danow, Lewis Ware, Gregory Baker.
Honors Association Promotes Intellectual Atmosphere
OFFICERS: Lynn Churchill, treasurer; llanna Davis, secretary; Robert
Danow, vice president; Ann Marquart, president; Anti Hart,
committee chairman; Richard Workman, constitution chairman;
Mary Michaels, Parliamentarian.
Members of the Interdisciplinary Honors Association are students working in
the Honors Program. As an honors organization IHA promotes an intellectual atmosphere on campus.
Each spring IHA sponsors the all-campus ^University Festival. This festival of lectures is designed to "strengthen the intellectual relation between student and
source of knowledge, the lecturer".
The 1966-67 Festival-theme was "Communications in Focus". Experts from all
fields of communications were invited to
campus to speak. Topics ranged from the
"Traditionalist vs. Structuralists" to television, radio and the theatre.
IHA also sponsors a special orientation
program for students in the Honors Program and an annual banquet for members. The banquet featured Dr. Vale Woodward from Rice University who spoke
on "Changing Outlooks of Education."