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Alumni Day is planned.  Tau Kappa Alpha and Phi Beta Kappa add members from graduating class.  Four alumni trustees are elected: Merkel Landis, Robert Y. Stuart, Lewis M. Bacon Jr., and S. Walter Stauffer.  Dr. Francis A. Waterhouse and Professor C. W. Fink to join faculty.  Omicron Delta Kappa...

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Herbert Hoover leads the student straw poll on the presidential election. Sophomores keep their flag in the annual Flag Scrap. Mob of Carlisle residents and students threatens a Football official, Earle Killinger, after the game against Muhlenberg. The Dickinson Alumnus suggests moving John...

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President Waugh and professors attend a hearing in Harrisburg to speak against the newly proposed bill that would end liberal arts colleges' ability to train secondary teachers. Sophomores to hold their annual dance on Saturday. Junior Prom plans are being finished. Men's Glee club to perform...

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Leo Tolstoy's youngest daughter spoke in Chapel. Official dates of the Sesquicentennial were set as Oct, 20-22, 1933. Men's Student Senate and representatives from each dorm (including Metzger Hall) meet to discuss changes to Dickinson's rules and laws. Faculty releases their view on the campus...

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Dickinson sends delegates to Penn State to discuss issues in student governments. Men's Senate reviews plans to change the organization of senate. Plans for the pageant on Alumni Day during commencement to celebrate the Sesquicentennial come together. The Dickinson will start a survey to...

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The Student Social Committee has finished its report on social rules at Dickinson and it will be considered at the next meeting of this committee and the Faculty Social Committee. Parents are especially invited to visit on Mother's Day. More work is put into the plans and preparations of the...

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The Men's Senate attempts to get rid of politics from student government. Girls hosted their parents for a special church service and banquet for Mother's Day. Harris Green elected the president of next year's Senior class. Freshmen class attempt to get rid of politics in class elections....

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Juniors will be allowed to take classes at the Law School. Letters given out to 11 men, including 9 Freshmen. President Waugh puts forth a plan to delay rushing before the Interfraternity Council. Article on Dickinson in the Philadelphia Inquirer. Club members abolish the International Relations...

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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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Men's Senate holds elections and revises freshman rules. Track places second in Central Pennsylvania Conference Class A track and field meet.

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Dean Vuilleumier discusses the plan for the first ever summer semester to take place this summer. Girls prepare to escort men in the coming days as Pan-Hell Week begins. List of all Dickinson alumni that has been living in Hawaii. President Corson returns from month-long vacation in the South. A...

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More plans for Pan-Hell Week are being made, especially for the Pan-Hell Dance. A group of students is going with Prof. Fink to the 7th Annual Debaters Conference at State College. Defense stamps will be given when Kappa Sigma hosts its annual Spring Formal rather than corsages. Student Opinion...

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Colonel Mathews brought in to teach the 'Pre-Induction Training Courses." Two Dickinson graduates begin aviation training. Dr. Landis, professor of Mathematics, dies. College staff member, George Shuman Jr, asks alumni for old issues of the Freshmen Handbook. A national survey discovers that...

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Junior class, Class of 1943, elects president. Student Senate decides that Rushing will not occur during the summer session. the 169th Commencement. Approximately 120 students are enrolled for the summer session. the 1942 Microcosm comes out on time. Six high school seniors are awarded Trustee...

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Ten seniors elected to national scholastic honor society Phi Beta Kappa. Raven's Claw taps seven seniors. Herbert Sheidy is elected president of Student Senate. Editorial staff for 1947-1948 Microcosm is announced. Russell I. Thompson succeeds Ernest A. Vuilleumier as College Dean. Whitfield J....

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Seven men to receive honorary degrees at commencement. Donald Masten is elected president of Union Philosophical Society. Program for Commencement Weekend (Senior Day, Alumni Day). Five rising freshmen (Kenneth Dietrich, Theodore Sky, John Matta, Joanne Judd, Barbara Boffenmeyer) receive Trustee...

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Frederic W. Ness becomes humanities chair. Gilbert Malcolm elected president of college. Mermaid Players Sue Murray and Doug Wert receive Gould Awards for outstanding dramatic arts. Twelve outstanding seniors selected for Who's Who. Danforth experiment to continue with freshman discussions of...

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Professors Peter J. Lardner and Marvin Meyer will run an "Upward Bound-type program" that introduces children in the Carlisle community to nature, in a program called "Adventures in the World of Plants and Animals". President Rubendall announces four changes in administration personnel. The NCAA...

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Phi Kappa Sigma may loose their charter. Plans are made for renovations to the snar. Dr. Hubert Alyea receives the Priestley award. Brazil is the focus of the Latin American colloquium. The College plans construction of townhouses. Dickinson holds a preliminary round for the college bowl...

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Student Senate held an open forum concerning the recommendations made by the Student Affairs and Services Committee in regards to the 1884-84 alcohol policy. Predictions vary for the outcome of Dickinson's annual Mock Presidential Convention. Phi Beta Kappa visiting scholar Ellen Weaver gives...

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Phi Kappa Sigma banned from Townhouses after damages incurred by them throughout semester. Amnesty International reorganizes on campus amid student interest, College faculty and financial support. 90% of reported violent behavior alcohol based, impels new policies encouraging activities...

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President-elect Dr. A. Lee Fritschler comments upon various areas of the College that he wants to improve once he becomes president. A memorial stained-glass window was installed in Bosler dedicated to the death of students Christine Major, '86 and John Buonocore, '87, as well as other...

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Former college student Scott W. Sinning, '87, is suing campus administrators, the Alpha Chi Rho fraternity, the Borough of Carlisle, Carlisle Chief of Police Frank Giordano, and two Carlisle Police Officers after being shot in the right eye by a pellet gun. Students that took part in the Malaga...

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ROTC students reflect upon possibility of serving in Persian Gulf War. Annual budget passes smoothly. While some students return early from studying in Bologna due to terrorism and war issues, enrollment in study-abroad programs remains strong. Rally for Peace confronts Persian Gulf War. Housing...

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PAS opens with David Gergen speaking on changes in Europe. To apply in fall, Housing Board requires fraternities to fill 75 percent of beds. Despite recession, seniors overall optimistic towards post-college success. Sen. John Heinz to give commencement address. Alexander Politkovsky speaks out...

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