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In regards to last week's controversial arrest of three black students, President Rubendall seeks cooperation between college and community as students call for a week-long boycott of Carlisle merchants; what some call a kangaroo court finds two of the students - Mike Floyd and Elkin Tolliver -...

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In this "experimental" magazine-type issue, an opening essay urges the college to build a "firmer relationship" with the community. It is reported that Tony Marcson's call to boycott Carlisle business has been unsuccessful. Parents' Day reveals "communication gap" between parents and students "...

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Deans continue to prohibit 24 hour dorm access between genders. The Dickinsonian is awarded eight awards for excellence by Saint Bonaventure University.

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An outline of events for homecoming are announced as well as the candidates for homecoming queen. Negotiations for a parade permit continue for the "Mass March" in DC to be attended by SMC. Student senate allows the proposed funds for student organizations. Governance Task Force, a national...

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Student Senate proposes that student representation be introduced on the President's Advisory Council. The resolution charging WDCV of falsification of accounts and misuse of funds was withdrawn after further investigation. For the first time since the founding of Dickinson, students sat down...

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The college takes measures to fight local pollution; specifically against dumping at Letort marsh. Five Dickinson law students demand a hearing after the Dickinson College tries to force them to pay for the ROTC program. Composer John Cage receives the 1970 College Arts Award. A schedule and...

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Student Senate discards the group housing proposal. A revised College Committee structure is approved. An open hearing is granted to ROTC. The personnel committee adopts new procedures for faculty evaluation. A Byrds performance is announced as part of the Spring Weekend entertainment. The New...

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Faculty committees will reach decisions on 5-5-4-4 reform of the grading system by march 1971. PEST recommends ways to help the environment on campus. The Mermaid Players production of Enough Stupidity in Every Wise Man goes well. Squash returns to campus with non varsity status.

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Faculty resolutions on 5-5-4-4 and reform of the grading system must be announced by the March 1971 faculty meeting. Professors state that the four track option will provide more flexibility to students. Alumni will donate to restore and renovate East College to be a humanities building. The...

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At their most recent meeting, the faculty passes changes in the academic program: a new academic calendar is adopted and the modern language requirement adopted calls for three semesters of instruction in a language. Fred Lumb resigns his position as Executive Director of Communications and...

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Harold Howe, a vice-president of the Ford Foundation and former U.S. commissioner of Education, will be the speaker at Commencement. Senior William Durden is awarded a Fulbright Scholarship. May Day plans are elaborated on. The India Semester program will continue over the summer. Wheel and...

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Student Senate discusses housing issues, the Governance proposal, and budget for the Microcosm in a detailed progress report. May Day movement members will march on the army war college. Nominations are opened for positions on the Institutional Priorities and Resources Committee, Academic...

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The Bernard Center for Humanities is dedicated. A thorough debate of the college Governance is made from multiple angles. The Mermaid Player's last production of the season "Time of Your Life" receives good reviews. Two college guards are arrested in connection with recent robberies. The college...

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Prof. George Pimental receives Priestley Award. Senate plans major ROTC forum. Ernest Talbot, the College's new Director of Security, discusses his role on campus. The Platform Committee plans hearings to formulate convention platform. Dean Gillespie announces departure from College.

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The College presents Arts Award to Philadelphia Orchestra. The Senate forms commission to study the Senate Governance's structure. Featured is a short resume of the ROTC program on campus and its credibility therein. Those Hog' Ridin Fools visit Boffo's diner in Chambersburg. Rick Smolan creates...

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The Student Senate adopts a resolution "recommending that ROTC be maintained without academic credit." The Mock Convention holds Platform hearings on "important political issues." The Chess team clinches championship in "its most successful season in recent memory." The Mahavishnu Orchestra is...

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Mock Convention to open next weekend at College. Nancy van Vuuren speaks to the Women's Group of the College. Anita Tuvin Schlechter Auditorium is the subject of a photo essay. The Hog Ridin' Fools review R'n'L Deli in Harrisburg. In its concert, The Mahavishnu Orchestra "proves unique" with a...

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The Senate defeats a resolution to censure the Black Hats. Sen. Fred Harris gives Mock Convention speech. The Convention sees the ticket nomination of George McGovern-Shirley Chisholm. Freshman Vic Laws bids for a Maryland delegate position to the Democratic National Convention. The College...

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The Commission on the Status of Women meets to prepare for the visit of Sheilah Tobias. "Multi-talented" Geoffrey Holder will perform in ATS. Student Senate adopts the Kern Open-Housing Resolution. The Greater Carlisle Area Chamber of Commerce pays bicentennial tribute to the College during its...

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Faculty approves the formation of the Student Academic Grievance Board. Students engineer a boycott on meat. Sheila Tobias presents a talk on the dual role of women. The American Association of University Professors (AAUP) features a document on "Freedom and Tenure." Geoffrey Holder gives an "...

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James Smylie is to close the Civil Religion Symposium with an address on "The President as Prophet-Priest-King." The Commission on the Status of Women investigates discriminatory practices concerning women at the College. Jane Frankel will perform her voice recital in ATS. Anya Treash will also...

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Richard Ashcraft is to speak on the political implications of the liberal arts. The HUB features an art exhibit of American Primitive Paintings from the National Gallery of Arts. The College's Festival of Fun gets a photo essay.

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Student Senate removes Skull and Key as an honorary at the College. Loren Eiseley is to be this year's commencement speaker. This fall WDCV plans to begin FM broadcasting. Darius Milhaud's Promesse de Dieu, a choral work written for the College's Bicentennial, will premiere as a final...

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Dr. Henry Eyring is to receive the Priestley Memorial Award. Strawbs will perform in the Dining Hall. In the Social Hall, John D. K. Brunner is to present a medieval-style puppet concert. The Library begins cataloging the Norris Collection. The Ecology Club conducts junk mail project. In ATS...

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