Here is news around the campus in Pasadena from the student body president. IN PASADENA, with the Sierra Madre mountains capped with new snow and the morning air filled with the crispness of winter, Ambassador students began the new spring semester. Two weeks of welcomed rest from the routine of classes and the prospect of a "snow-line" field trip to the nearby winter snowland has given a new ZIP and zeal to the student body. Each year at this time the students pile into buses for a day at the nearby mountains. Here in the southland, where snow falls only in the high passes and timberlands, an outing like this is a real treat. Snowballs, tobogganing, sandwiches, hot chocolate, bob-sledding and just plain sloshing - plus a real songfest going and coming on the buses - makes for an excellent beginning to the final semester. Remember the talent show at the Feast of Tabernacles last fall? Well, those dimes and dollars you gave helped make this coming trip possible.
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