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The Dickinson Players presented the play “Death Takes a Holiday” in the Carlisle High School Auditorium. Rev. Phillips Packer Elliot will be the Week-of-Prayer speaker at the chapel exercises. A history of the Doll Show is reported. The Greek Club presents a program on Greek music. The College...

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A Senate meeting resolution inches students closer to input on tenure. "Friends of the College Library" program begins. John Kemeny receives Joseph Priestley Award. "Eating Out" reviews the Allenberry and Embers restaurants, finding them both disappointing. Mary Baron reads poetry in Memorial...

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Freshman Carol Olnick accepted as one of the first women to attend West Point Academy. 1976 Mock Convention will feature speeches by Rep. William Cohen and Rep. Frank Evans. A prank by two Beta Theta Pi brothers to a set of independents' rooms leads to near-fatal arson. This fall, Lower Quad is...

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In this edition, off-campus study is becoming explored by students in Bologna, Colombia, I.E.S., India, Appalachia, Israel, THUS, Washington D.C. And CPC. Students brainstorm ideas to attract more people to the K.W. Roundroom coffeehouse. Students are also investigating food waste in the...

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In this edition, the Roundroom coffeehouse in Kisner-Woodward attempts a revival by bringing in regular jazz performances. Amy H. Siewers, assistant director of Financial Aid, has recently resigned her post to take care of her child. The future looks promising for soprano Gwendolyn Bradley after...

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In this edition, the tenure controversy continues to be discussed amongst students, faculty, and nationwide. Bell Telephone Company has bestowed three educational games to the College for better understand between industry and education. The Senate Finance Committee reversed a decision to...

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In this edition, an article argues the pros of tenure, stating that it protects the faculty. Administrators and staff will be evaluated for the first regular assessment for these areas of the College community. Despite objections by the Student Senate, the faculty approved a calendar that was...

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Progression, a new student organization on campus, works to raise awareness and create positive social change in the community through films, newsletters, and informational boycotts. A community meeting held in the Holland Union Meeting attracted poor attendance between students, faculty and...

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Fund raising has begun for the new gymnasium, where a sign already stands marking the location of the site.The ad hoc Senate committee has decided to open the closed dining hall due to dissatisfaction amongst students with the program. The College's phone system has been modified due to students...

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Professor Neil B. Weissman, assistant professor of history, has now become the new pre-law advisor. An all-College referendum has been called upon by Student Senate to let the students decide whether or not to keep the closed cafeteria policy. Candidates for the Student Senate elections are...

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In this issue, students react to the Three Mile Island nuclear explosion. Classes were canceled due to the explosion. Twenty out of the forty one Student Senators are up for recall due to missing too many meetings. The College signs a contract for the new gymnasium and ground-breaking is planned...

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Students and staff lament about new legislation by President Ronald Reagan that forces male college students who sign up for financial aid to also register for the military draft. Leonard G. Doran has been named Executive Assistant to the President for External Affairs. Nuclear awareness is...

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President Sam Banks proposes 'repositioning' and increasing tuition at "State of the College" address. Ben Bova to speak at PAS. Education included in Reagan's State of Union Address, Fire at Phi Epsilon Pi Fraternity House, Exhibit of Ms. Toshiko Takaezu opens in new Trout Gallery in the Emil....

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End of Student Senate President Michael Pappas' term, renovation of Bosler Hall on schedule, Paul F. Angiolillo joins campus as Off-Campus Studies Advisor, Speaker Eileen Stevens talks about deadly fraternity hazing, Priscilla Laws Professor of Physics publishes book about x-rays, Tylenol...

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College elects Senate officers (Bill Sapoch, Kurt Krauss, Pete Dahlin), Repositioning includes changes for football, poor attendance to Black History Program, Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow Milton Lyon speaks at lecture, Dean of the College George Allan speaks about college-preparation, EPA buys...

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Keynote Speaker Paul Warnke delivers his PAS address on Nuclear Arms. On Tuesday of the PAS, former congressman Toby Moffett and Publisher of "The National Review" William Rusher, focused their debate on "Defense Strategy in the Nuclear Age." U.S. Department of State Deputy Director of the...

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10-15 students will participate in February graduation. Sigma Chi fraternity hosted recovering alcoholic and founder of Collegiate Consultants on Drugs and Alcohol Mike Green, who talked about the dangers of excess drinking and drugs. Dean Allan announces his decision to resign from his...

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The Multicultural Fair Week is in its fourth year and continues to bring awareness to the Dickinson community. The Spahr Library has plans for new additions to be built to create more space for the ever increasing volumes of books. The Library also looks to improve the Inter-Library Loan system...

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Speaker relates his personal experience with HIV for World AIDS Day. Office of Safety and Security sponsors bicycle registration in light of the growing problem of bicycle theft on campus. College continues its search for a new Dean. Sophomores now eligible for RA positions. Holiday tree giving...

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Dean Mench leaves College after 21 years. Robert Novak speaks at the Dickinson School of Law, critiques Clinton. Mermaid Players, College to put on a production of Sondheim's 'Into the Woods'. Job outlook for college grads brightens in 1995. Common Hour looks at the honor code, discusses its...

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PAS examines the effectiveness of the UN. Bomb hoax cancels afternoon classes at Denny. Director of the HUB and Student Affairs Janet Cox leaves Dickinson after seven years for national position. The government threatens financial aid cuts. Wheel and Chain presents breast cancer exhibit. Club...

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Russian ambassador Vorontsov gives Keynote address, predicts changes for the UN in the future. PAS symposium critiques the UN's effectiveness. M.A.S.H. star Mike Farrell discusses his personal journey and humanitarian efforts. George Lopez argues for 'maturing' international relations. Physical...

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Students petition for a reconsideration of the tenure of Gail Ann Rickert, Professor of Classical Studies. Memorial for the death of student, Ian Keith Sealy, to be held. College Speech and Debate Team has a successful season. Safe Zone project arrives at Dickinson. The Jazz Ensemble will...

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Ethics symposium "Public Places, Private Spaces" discusses privacy vs. national security. Profile of Theodore Pulcini. Dickinson College Model UN Club holds John Dickinson High School Model United Nations conference. Women's cross country wins Mideast Regional Championship with large thanks to...

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Author Rick Moody reads and speaks on campus. College announces "Globally-integrated" terms for study-abroad in January and summer. Profiles of Professors Walt Woodward and B. Ashton Nichols. Jim Breuer performs at Carlisle theatre. Octals, Syrens, D-Tones, and Rockapella perform. Callie Bradley...

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