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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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Four seniors - Tom Bauder, Chuck Slavin, Jack Petersen and Jeff Weber - plan to serve in Peace Corps upon graduation. President Rubendall endorses "book walk" for new library. Union Social Committee discloses financial problems. Faith-In-Society sponsors Dickinson's Big Brother-Big Sister...

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A rumored change in Dickinson's food service provoked a student outcry. Dean Gillespie has announced Thomas W. Carver as the new Dean of Men. John Bakeless is set to lecture on Thomas Conrad at the Spahr Library on April 5 at 8 P.M. 20 students were selected to be part of the Center for...

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Dean Samuel Magill resigned as Dean of the College. Dick Gregory is scheduled to speak during Parent's Weekend in a College Lecture Series program. Dean Gillespie announced that Malcolm Hall will remain an independent men's dormitory. The "Sam and Dave Concert" will perform for the beginning of...

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Senate President Tom Marin called for an all-college referendum to vote on the $5 raise of the Comprehensive Fee that all students pay to the Student Senate. The 1968 Mock Open Convention opens at 6 P.M. on this day, featuring Congressman Richard Schweiker as the Keynote Speaker. Sam and Dave...

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Henry Sorrett introduced a motion at the weekly Student Senate meeting to abolish the fraternity system at Dickinson. Former Dickinson Dean of Men N. Ronald Pease was named Dean of Students at the University of Pittsburgh. The College Social Chairman surveyed the student body in order to see how...

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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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Dean Gillespie outlines the disorderly conduct charges on Ron Lane. Controversy surrounds Prof. Daniel Crofts after his refusing draft induction. Court finds Lane guilty of disorderly conduct. Michael Bloom awarded Summerfield Scholar of the Year by Phi Kappa Psi. Eric Voegelin to guest lecture...

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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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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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Dr. Stanley Nodder is appointed Associate Dean to succeed Dr. Merle Allshouse. The highlights of Parents Weekend are revealed. Black poet Don Lee will give a discussion on what it means to be black at Dickinson. Senate passes its budget without any changes. Senatorial Canidate Norval Reece will...

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The facts and figures of the revised budget are presented to faculty. SAE allows women to be social members in a fraternity for the first time. Student Senate will contribute to the tree fund by matching one quarter of the student funds raised with senate funding. The Senate voted to allow $100...

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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, the former East College, 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...

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200th Anniversary Committee created to plan bicentennial celebration of college. Aquacade, Dickinson's synchronized-swimming group, begins activities. Flying Burrito Brothers "produce good sounds" in last weekend's concert. Hamilton Restaurant reviewed in reprint of "Those Hog Ridin' Fools". The...

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Dr. Charles Sellers to publish "A History of Dickinson College." Sylvia Smith is showcased in Crossroads Africa spotlight. Drug Education Program launched. "Those Hog Ridin' Fools" review Rillo's restaurant. Marcel Marceau's performance rated as "flawless." Rick Smolan features photo essay on...

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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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Sen. Fred Harris is to speak at the College's mock presidential convention. Sen. Jacob Javits is to deliver the Commencement address. In Memorial Hall, the Morgan Lecture in Classical Languages and Education is given by Prof. Saul Levin. The Academic Program Committee composes a final resolution...

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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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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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