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Men's Glee Club - College Songs, 1953

This post features an album by Dickinson College's Men's Glee Club. The album was released on two discs, each with two sides, for a total of 11 songs. To listen to a specific song, please use the Timestamps sheet below.

Phil Anderson wrote the album description, James Mackie was the...

Men's Glee Club - College Songs, 1953 #2

This post features an album by Dickinson College's Men's Glee Club. The album was released on two discs, each with two sides, for a total of 11 songs. To listen to a specific song, please use the Timestamps sheet below.

Phil Anderson wrote the album description, James Mackie was the...

Dr. Edward Teller (second from left) receives the Priestley Award from President Edel (far left) on March 28, 1957

This post features a speech by Edward Teller, the recipient of the 1957 Joseph Priestley Award. The award is given out every academic year in recognition of a person's contribution to the scientific world. Dr. Teller received the award for his work in nuclear physics.

Linus Pauling accepts the Priestley Award from President Rubendall on March 27, 1969

This post features a speech by Dr. Linus C. Pauling, the recipient of the 1969 Joseph Priestley Award. The award is given out every academic year in recognition of a person's contribution to the scientific world. Dr. Pauling won the award for his work in chemical bonding.

Dickinsonian, February 12, 1971

This is a clip from Ralph Nader's address at Dickinson College's Public Affairs Symposium on February 7, 1971. In this clip, Nader talks about the importance of the computer in regards to its impact on peoples' lives and the collection of information. 

Academic procession at commencement, c.1983

In this clip from the start of the 1983 Commencement address, Sir Richard Attenborough makes several jokes and refers to his recent film Gandhi. Attenborough, a British actor and director, also receives an honorary degree during Commencement on May 22, 1983.

Leon Golub, Arts Award, 1992

American painter Leon Golub receives the Arts Award on March 3, 1992 in recognition of his paintings that explore state-sponsored violence. This short clip is from the start of Golub's address.

John Glover Award Medal from 1959

In this clip from the 1992 Glover Memorial Lecture, Dr. Peter Brancazio describes the issues with trying to play sports on the moon. Dr. Brancazio, a physics professor at Brooklyn College, receives the Glover Award on November 11, 1992 in recognition of his work in the physics of sports.

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