Southern Illinois University Carbondale Daily Egyptian Diversity News Archive (Southern Illinois University Carbondale)
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NEGRO LIFE TO BE STUDIED AT NEXT DUNBAR MEETING
NEGRO LIFE TO BE STUDIED AT NEXT DUNBAR MEETING
Item IDegyptian19360506Negro.tif
TitleNEGRO LIFE TO BE STUDIED AT NEXT DUNBAR MEETING
DescriptionA study was made of the various phases of negro life and work at the regular meetings of the Dunbar Society during the rest of the term.
Original Publication SourceDaily Egyptian
Date1936 May 6
VolumeXVI
Issue28
Page(s)3
Digital File Format.TIF (Tagged Image Format)
Digital File PublisherSpecial Collections Research Center, Morris Library, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
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CollectionDaily Egyptian Diversity News Archive (Southern Illinois University Carbondale)
TranscriptNEGRO LIFE TO BE
STUDIED AT NEXT
DUNBAR MEETING

A study will be made of the various phases of negro life and work at the regular meetings of the Dunbar Society during the rest of the term. Various members of the society will dIscuss such topics as negro poets, negro novelists and writers, folk plays of the colored race, and negro music.
Mr. J. E. Penn, graduate of Wilberforce University at Wilberforce, Ohio, and principal of tbe Carbondale Attucks High School, spoke to the society at the meeting on April 2S. His topic was. "What the Prospective Teacher Should Be Prepared to Meet in Obtaining and Holding a Position."
Mr. Penn stressed the fact that the beginning teacher must be able to adjust himself, to utilize the time and equipment that he has to the best advantage, "for, " said Mr. Penn, "you won't find your schools equipped and run like the model training school here when you go out to teach."
He also told the prospective teachers to develop an independent attitude, be able to talk for themsehes and show their worth when they go out after a job.
He emphasized the fact that students should select a variety of subjects while here In school because the small high school demands that you teach many subjects. "You're going to teach subjects other than your major and minor whether you like It or not, " he declared.
LanguageEnglish
TypeText
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