Chronological History of Marywood

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1962

Bishop Hannan dedicates the I.H.M. Novitiate Building, May 30. Later called the I.H.M. Center, the building is designed as a residence for young women preparing to enter the I.H.M. Congregation and remove them from the crowded Motherhouse-Seminary.
1962

The Department of Classical Languages sponsors the formation of the Delta Gamma chapter of Eta Sigma Phi, the honor society for students of Latin and Greek.
1962

The Federal Finance Agency in Washington, D.C., grants Marywood a $2 million loan to help finance its building program.
1962

Sabbath and Other Poems, by English Department members Sister Paulinus Sullivan and her sister, Sister M. Davida Sullivan, I.H.M., is published.
1962

Sister M. Davida Sullivan, I.H.M., and Sister M. Immaculata Norton, I.H.M., attend Oxford University for six weeks of study on a scholarship provided by the I.H.M. Guild, Summer.
1962

The Classics Forum sponsors the first annual Virgilian Latin Contest for high school students.
1962

Monsignor Horan leaves Marywood to serve as Rector of Pius X Seminary in Dalton, Pennsylvania. The Reverend William Pakutka, member of the Philosophy faculty for fifteen years, follows him as Chaplain of the College.
1962

Sister M. Eva Connors, I.H.M., Treasurer, assembles a Manual of Employment Practices, a prototype of numerous subsequent codifications of the College's policies with regard to faculty and staff.