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Plans for a combined Doll Show and bazaar in December are announced. Soccer and volleyball are added to the college's sports program. Red identification tags are introduced to provide students admission to sports games. The dramatic club performs a one-act play as a part of its opening meeting....

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Dickinson changes policy to an absence based policy from a demerit system. The size of the campus is enlarged after the college buys the Mooreland Estate and deer park. The Football team has high hopes for their season and appear to be in a good position to win games this season. The rush...

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Professor of History, Leon C. Prince, seeks re-election to state senate. Rushing continues for potential new fraternity pledges, while sorority rushing ends. Dickinsonian celebrates 60th anniversary. Dickinson Law School has 54 new men enrolled. The Football team is to open the season with a...

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Presidential candidate, William D. Upshaw, speaks to student body in Bosler Hall. The Debate Team, to begin try-outs shortly, has gotten the topics to be debated this season from Pennsylvania Intercollegiate Debating Association. The Board approved the purchase of the Mooreland Estate. The...

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Men's Senate talks about ways to improve school spirit at sporting events. The new literary magazine finally gets name, "Hornbook." Former exchange student from Germany writes letter about hitch-hiking experience. The Alumni Council meets again to discussion moving John Dickinson's body closer...

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Approximately 40 sentences were given out to Freshmen by the Men's Student Tribunal for various infractions. Board of Trustees decides to offer 5 scholarships (full tuition for the students' first year) to those students with the best essays about John Dickinson. Article recounting the Phi Delta...

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Thirty-four students will graduate from the Law School. Former Dickinson president writes history of the college to be revealed in October at the Sesquicentennial Celebration. Sesquicentennial Commencement Program included in this issue. Five alumni get honorary degrees. Library adds 3,000 new...

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Dickinson Players to put on "Icebound" by Owen Davis. Doll Show is planned. Robert "Josh" Bartley becomes football captain for 1934 season. Muhlenberg defeats Dickinson football in last game of season; overview of season. Gettysburg defeats men's soccer in final game of season. German club takes...

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Campus television station on hold due to lack of funding and facilities, despite wide student enthusiasm; the Dickinsonian calls for end to the project. Fall Phonothon expands. Computer science program expands with the purchase of Rainbow Micro-Computers, among other improvements. Article series...

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Snack Bar reopens after delays in renovation push construction into October. Snack Bar exterior still uncompleted as of publish date. Controversy elicited by Red hats, in style similar to those of Wheel and Chain, Raven's Claw, given to campus R.A.s. Hats not to be worn on campus, but are to...

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Interview with Dr. Michael A. Carrera highlights Sexuality Education Week, urges broader understanding of sexuality as involving more than physical intimacy. New London study abroad program established. The year-long program, offered at University College, is designed for Fine Arts, Music,...

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College Treasurer James Nicholson resigns to pursue other career interests. College addresses issue of noise pollution from fraternities on campus, students living in Carlisle. Causes controversy among Inter-Fraternity Council members and Residential Life officials. Committee on Human Rights in...

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Controversy surrounds the resignation of Michael Netto, director of Dining Services. HUB to be remodeled, as well as the Tome Science Building, several offices moving. College provides beds to students despite over-enrollment and lack of space. New regulations for parties where alcohol is...

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Two more Dining Services administrators resign under controversial circumstances. Fraternities implementing dry rush policy. Handicap accessibility of the college is inventoried. Students annoyed with long lines at the dining hall. Study facilities are called for after midnight. Freshman...

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Political groups growing and prospering on campus. Dr. Arthur R. Shuman discusses proposed changes to state alcohol laws and alcohol culture at colleges. College to upgrade telecommunications system. Dickinson Investment Alliance student group pursues portfolio. Fight in quad involved a non-...

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President Fritchler sings the praises of liberal arts colleges in his inauguration speech. Problem with laundry facilities recognized by the administration. Professors enhance Dickinson's study abroad programs. Dean Carmen Neuberger addresses concerns and policies. College presidents...

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Select Committee hears testimony on Greek Life. Alumni consider feasibility of a Dickinson Inn. Bicentennial Forum on the presidential campaign discusses negative campaigning. Panhellenic Council provides an independent advisor and a Greek advisor to each rushee. Peace Action Network...

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Dickinson receives federal grant for alcohol and drug education program. Health and Safety Committee enacts new smoking policy. Position of Health Educator created; first to hold is Judy Bennett. Gretchen Ernest creates Habitat for Humanity organization on campus. Men's soccer is chosen to...

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Forum addresses the "Stop the Violence" controversy surrounding fraternities. Greek students adjust to first year of sophomore rush period. Cafeteria renovations planned to occur over winter break. Parents weekend to feature a book discussion. Review of Public Enemy's "Return of the Hard", HBO's...

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College releases study examining diversity. Biology and Physics revise lab curriculum. Bosler microroom to close at midnight. Proposal to name quads announces. Priestley Award given to chemist Dr. Harry B. Gray. Student suffers health problems due to raw breakfast potatoes. Eaken Piano Trio...

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Students and administrators react to the self study report on diversity. President Fritschler to join the board of the Mendeleev institute. Early closure of Bosler is criticized. Part one of a special report examining the board of trustees. Parents council links parents to the college. Dr. Harry...

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College report evaluates the status of women on campus. Plans for renovation of ATS begin. Issue of Bosler hours temporarily resolved. Part 2 of the special report on the trustees: board members comment on their responsibilities. Common Hour kicks of Metzger-Conway series. ALLARM receives...

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President Fritschler endorses recommendations outlined in petition for Rape Awareness Week. Student voice concerns with Class Registration. Background of Tibetan Festival discussed, cost over $15,000. Phone system frustrates students. Difficulties with the student directory lead to it being sold...

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College social life continues to evolve with new BYOB alcohol policies, effecting weekend parties. Gays, lesbians find allies on campus. Lettermen look to tradition to revive pride in the "D-Club". Students nationwide plan to Rock The Vote. Dean Carmen Neuberger announces resignation. Trustee...

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Campus responds to Safety and Security rape statistics. Drunk driving accident involves six students. Sororities start third year of sophomore rush. East College sign replaces Barnard Center. College aids hurricane relief. Grace Jarvis campaigns on campus for state legislature. Rebirth of the...

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