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Homecoming plans are announced, including a jazz concert. A public affairs symposium is planned for the spring, with the forum topic of "The Urbanization of the Country." A jazz mass is planned in the union's theater. The Mermaid Players will present "Our Town." Dr. Vytautas Kavolis is appointed...

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Prof. Harold Gillespie accepts Dean of Students position. College collects million dollars toward drive to match Ford Challenge grant. Three students - John Exdell, Al Kliner, and Ed Phillips - receive the Woodrow Wilson Scholarship. Stew Glenn analyzes recent student demonstrations and reviews...

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The duties and plans of new chaplain Paul Kaylor are discussed. Next year's cultural affairs presentations are announced and include The Dave Brubeck Jazz Quartet and Odetta. President Rubendall announces a "redefinition" of Dean of Student duties for forthcoming position-holder Prof. Harold...

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Varsity basketball coach Ed Ashnault to leave Dickinson for position at Colgate University. Student survey reveals approval of "Jan Plan", pass-fail courses, and a reduction in the number of distribution requirements. Rev. Gregory Baum to conclude College Lecture Series. Faculty to act on pass-...

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Student Affairs Committee reconsiders rush plan. The reconsideration leads to plan's approval. The Brothers Four headline Spring Weekend festivities. "Open Door" to occupy site in unused Union Basement. Humanities Fund donations total nearly $4000. Prof. Vytautas Kavolis' book "The Social...

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Brothers Four comment on concert: crowd was "rowdy and rude." Mermaid Players to perform "vulgar comedy" "Light up the Sky". Student Senate halts Committee of Thirteen while passing social regulatory system. Senate proposes shorter fraternity rush. Carol Baker named Miss WHYL of Carlisle. Dean...

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James Shepley, chairman of Ford Foundation Challenge Program, announces $500,000 donation to college from Louis Tuvin (Class of '10). Ford Challenge Campaign succeeds in gaining pledges. Faculty acts on pass-fail, planning to enact system in the fall. Prof. William Cage comments on the college's...

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The Impressions and Drifters highlight IFC Weekend. Sigma Alpha Epsilon's honor system experiment discussed. Ford Foundation Challenge Program chairman James Shepley announces $200,000 gift from the Sumner Drayer (Class of '02) estate. Prof. George Allan scrutinizes Jan Plan. Newly-opened...

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Peter Cohen and Jack Stover face-off in Student Senate elections. Faculty approves requirements for inclusion in History major. Librarians object to location of planned Tuvin Auditorium. Drug Education Committee reports on "marihuana." Martha & The Vandellas to perform in Holland Union...

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All-college moratorium set for March 5. Report making governance proposals submitted to Policy Committee. Phi Psi withdraws from Interfraternity Council. Mrs. Daniel Crofts to deal with conscientious objectors through draft counseling. Utilization of black recruiters proves successful....

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Student Senate votes to cut academic credit for future ROTC courses. W.H. Auden to preach in College Church. Faculty makes changes including "search-seizure" policy. "Declare Day 1969", an "unprecedented" joint meeting between Senate and faculty, is reviewed. Earl Wild to perform in concert....

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Linus Pauling accepts Priestley Award and gives speech. Students and community attend Passover Seder in social hall. To protest Vietnam War, some students boycott campus Coke machines. Dr. Flint Kellogg to present paper on Civil Rights Movement at next year's International Sinological Conference...

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President Rubendall announces that although pledges for the Ford Foundation Challenge Grant exceed the goal of 6 million dollars, the money has yet to materialize. Elkin Tolliver, Mike Floyd and Ron Lane are arrested as both students and townspeople picket in front of municipal building in...

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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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The College Governance Group Proposes the creation of college committees of faculty, students, and administrators in place of present faculty committees. The Student Senate considers four options in area major and distribution requirements. SMC gains the approval of CPS, the nations largest...

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An All-College Assembly will be proposed at an open hearing called by the campus Governance Committee. It will require all faculty and students on college committees, as well as 18 faculty and 15 students elected at large, to meet. A change in the pass-fail grading system is proposed to give...

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Senate approves a proposal for coed living units in Todd and Mathews houses with the first two floors for men and the rest for women. SDS questions business manager Bloodgood on campus working conditions and wages. The College receives a federal grant providing for community service and...

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Norval Reece campaigns on campus for a Democratic Senate seat. A student referndum on ROTC will be presented by Student Senate. The ROTC debate continues with the main issues being the moral question of weather ROTC should be on Dickinson campus, the academic question of if military science...

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The Policy Committee will present two resolutions to faculty at their next meeting: 1. The ROTC will be abolished on campus. 2. No academic credit will be granted for courses in the ROTC program. Student Senate invalidated the election results for the Institutional Priorities and Resources...

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Prof. George Pimental chosen as Joseph Priestley Award winner. The Institutional Priorities and Resources is to supervise off-campus internship programs. The Department of Music, as part of the College's bicentennial celebration, opens a contest to decide a new College song. The Academic Program...

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In a meeting, Faculty approves new physical education program and defeats the Institutional Priorities and Resources governance resolutions. Claude Frank is received "warmly" in concert.

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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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Philip Abelson accepts the Priestley Award and speaks on "The Emerging Energy Crisis." Sheila Tobias is to speak on the dual role of women in society. Highlighting the Science for Survival Symposium is a panel discussion in ATS. Leo Marx, the Phi Beta Kappa scholar, is to speak on American...

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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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