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President Morgan speaks out on rushing as fraternities plan to pledge new members this week. Professor Quimbly defends America's youth for not being as devilish and frank as many make them out to be and also speaks out about evolution. The All College Social Committee begins to plan the College...

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Homecoming Weekend. Freshmen before Tribunal to be punished. Dramatic Club begins working on mystery play to be performed in December. Professor Prince wins seat in State Senate once again. Janitor of Dickinson Law, William Davidson,dies.

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The Debate Team will end the season with a debate later in the week. The golf team loses to Johns Hopkins. The Dramatic Club begins try-outs for the play “Lady Windermere’s Fan.” The tennis team loses to Bucknell. Forty new books are added to the library. Wheel and Chain taps...

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Tom C. Clark delivers the keynote Public Affairs Symposium speech. In preliminary ballot voting results, students favor the Berman Resolution for off-campus housing. Associate Dean for Residential Services Stephen Markwood notes this school year as having the lowest freshman fraternity...

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Kathy Bachman is elected as the first female Student Senate President. The Preservation Hall Jazz Band is to perform on campus. New Birth praised for delivering "soulful show."

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The Mermaid Players latest production of Rashomon will open next week. Director of student aid Charles Twichell discusses the current financial aid situation with Student Senate. An outline of events, topics, and background information on the Public Affairs Symposium is given along with...

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Defined as an "alternative to distribution requirements," the Nisbet Scholars Program awaits final faculty approval and will begin with selected members of the class of 1979. Students would be exempt from distribution requirements, but participate in special seminars throughout the freshman year...

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In this edition the College President Sam Banks discusses the "challenge of 1980s" preparation efforts to a "Town Hall" meeting. The Writing Center was recently opened for student use in the library. An increase in enrollment has led to unhappiness amongst students because of overcrowding, many...

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This issue features an article on an increase of cocaine use in the United States. "The Dickinsonain" had released a survey on cocaine in the previous edition and received minimal results back, stating that out of the responses all except two had at least tried cocaine once.Female enrollment at...

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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 issue, the Congress of African American Students met with President Banks to discuss the College's lack of minority students and ask him to consider recruiting more. The College claims that "minority" students receive no special preferences when they are being considered for financial...

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The Pew Memorial Trust is source of a recent grant that the College secured to help expand the College's computer system. The Panhellenic Council met last week to approve the formation of a fifth sorority. Boxers Ron Sing and Larry Russo will compete in the Eastern Conference Boxing Championship...

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The Carlisle area faced a 5.6% unemployment rate for the holiday season. A student group helped to set up decorations around town and have received much praise from the community. Mary Powell, new director of the Health Center, has already made huge changes to the center, including a small...

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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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The all-college Student Affairs and Services Committee held an open discussion on the role alcohol plays on campus. The Beta Theta Pi fraternity's 24 hr polesitting marathon took place Friday and raised over$2000 for M.A.D.D. Author, Critic, and NYU professor Denis Donoghue presents "The...

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The all-College Priorities and Long Range Planning Committee (PLRP) announce that tuition will rise less then 8% for the 1984-85 academic year. Dickinson will enter the 1984 College Bowl. Students are given a tour of Denny Hall over the weekend to see progress on its current restorations. U.S....

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Student Senate Polls opened for elections and info on each candidate is provided. A merger proposed by Dean Allan between the Academic Standards and the Admissions and Financial Aid Committees is currently under debate by the Long Range Planning committee as such a merger would lower student...

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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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Dickinson makes one million dollar commitment to improving college scientific equipment. Grants allow college to purchase microscopes among other equipment, scanning electron microscope donated by Dupont Inc. Possibility of a national drinking age by 1986 debated. Students support Oxfam with...

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The Faculty Committee on Personnel redesigns student course evaluations, focusing on gaining both quantitative and qualitative information from students. Library criticized as missing the mark on collection breadth and availability, facility design. Union Station to feature pizza-making option;...

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Dickinson announces a 9.9% tuition increase to meet rising costs of institutional improvements. Students studying off campus run into a number of problems on return, chiefest among them the disorganization of course registration. College receives $1 million grant from the National Endowment for...

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Greek life gains greater popularity on campus, prompts the possibility of new sorority colonization. Central Pennsylvania Consortium moves to more effectively celebrate Black History Month with educational opportunities for residents of the Harrisburg area. English department faces personnel...

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Phi Kappa Psi fraternity charged with harassment and failure to comply with College regulations after an alleged paddling incident. Dickinson College, President Samuel A. Banks, and Alpha Chi Rho fraternity named, with seven others, as defendants in a lawsuit filed by Dickinson Sophomore Scott W...

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"The Visit" play, performed by the Mermaid Players, earns mixed reviews. President Banks calls together a group, made up of the President's staff, Chairmen of the Board of Trustees and Development Finance, Student Affairs Committee, the Educational Policy Committee of the Board and various other...

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The Board of Trustees in undecided on whether or not they are willing to help the College divest all or part of a $6 million worth of investments to South Africa. Alpha Chi Rho is in debt to the College $9, 945 due to a lease agreement where each fraternity member is supposed to pay a certain...

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