Dickinsonian Newspaper

Women's Volleyball

Dickinsonian Front Page

Thre Dickinson freshmen were killed and a fourth critically injured in an automobile accident in Carlisle. Author Dr. Karlis Leyasmeyer to come to Dickinson to speak about Russia. Newly developed Junior-Year-in-New-York Program offered through New York University. News regarding the building of...

Dickinsonian Front Page

This edition features discussions about Jimmy Carter and his recent Democratic nomination. Women's athletic programs have been now offering their participants more variety, as both Women's Volleyball and Field Hockey will be offered in the Fall. Professor Sylvester Kohut Jr., of the Psychology-...

Dickinsonian Front Page

In this issue, the Nisbet Scholars Program has been successful so far and the participants were satisfied with the results. Professor Margaret Wyszomirski of the Political Science program has plans to write a book on ballet and its changes from the 1950s-70s. A Native American troupe, Four...

Dickinsonian Front Page

In this issue, the new coffeehouse in the Kisner-Woodward Roundroom has opened under the jurisdiction of the Adams Basement Coffeehouse (ABC) Steering Committee. Bruce Wall Jr. was named the new Dean of Residential Services. The idea of a 14-meal, no breakfast plan in addition to the 21-meal...

Dickinsonian Front Page

In this issue, the College is working on drafting a "procedural response to the remotely possible condition of financial exigency." A new $3,000 sign that the College installed off of Interstate 81 that had been recently "stolen" was returned. Beverly Eddy, a former Dickinson German professor,...

Dickinsonian Front Page

In this edition, the tenure controversy continues to be discussed amongst students, faculty, and nationwide. Bell Telephone Company has bestowed three educational games to the College for better understand between industry and education. The Senate Finance Committee reversed a decision to...

Dickinsonian Front Page

Fraternities issued large bill for property damages and cleanup. President Banks talks about the future of Dickinson College. Alcohol Learning and Knowledge for You, ALKY, is discussed. Sorority and Fraternity rushing begins. Women's Volleyball plays first match in new Kline Center.

Dickinsonian Front Page

Three fraternities, Beta Theta Pi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Phi Epsilon Pi volunteered to be relocated due to overenrollment at the College and state that it has not had a negative effect on fraternity life. The Student Senate Priorities Committee unanimously recommended that a student...

Dickinsonian Front Page

The College releases its renovation plans for Bosler. Carlisle Area United Way has received much support and donations from College administrators and students. The Counseling Center is looking to hire a professional placement counselor. Women's volleyball ends their season positively with a win...

Dickinsonian Front Page

The Dickinsonian continues its series on the "Social Studies Gap." Dickinson prepares to mark the 100th anniversary of the opening of Tome Scientific Building, with the year-long theme "Science and the Liberal Arts." Hillel awarded the William Haber Award for its efforts to bring awareness to...

Dickinsonian Front Page

Dean of Educational Services, Leonard Goldberg, has announced his move to the University of Richmond. A rumor is cleared up that Phi Delta Theta's house will not be moved to Stuart Hall. Two faculty members boycotted a meeting to discuss divestment, Professors Nancy Mellerski and Thomas Zoumaras...

Dickinsonian Front Page

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...

Dickinsonian Front Page

Condoms to be distributed at the health center. College Police called to the Quad, shut down parties for underage drinking, uncooperative behavior. Faculty concerned about Greek life and sciences. Panel of experts discuss affirmative action. Disputes about smoke detectors in the townhouses...

Dickinsonian Front Page

Dorm intrusions continue, though door are still being found propped open. Quotas for faculty publishing are discussed. Homecoming weekend to also feature inauguration of Dr. A. Lee Fritschler as president of the college, with a speech by Sen. Paul Sarbanes of Maryland. The Metzger-Conway series...

Dickinsonian Front Page

Oxfam America leads day of fasting; Jenny Gayer (College Church deacon) leads at Dickinson. Renovations planned for second floor of Althouse. Visiting professor Xiaoxiong Yi discusses life in China and U.S. Look at basketball coach Gene Evans' career at Dickinson. Previously undefeated football...

Dickinsonian Front Page

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...

Dickinsonian Front Page

The "elms yellow" disease threatens many trees on campus. College students are named among the most vulnerable to Hepatitis B. The Political coup in the former Soviet Union deposes Boris Yeltsin and instates Aleksandr Rutskoi as acting president and sparks campus debate. On September 18th,...

Dickinsonian Front Page

A student is arrested outside of Morgan carrying a loaded firearm. The student is believed to have been planing on returning to Phi Kappa Psi with the gun. Tri-Delta is renewed with a large pledge class of 34. The college celebrates National Coming Out Day. Nine Dickinson students studying...

Dickinsonian Front Page

A student is arrested outside of Morgan in possession of a loaded firearm en-route to Phi Kappa Psi fraternity, after a dispute with some of the brothers. Tri-Delta sorority is rejuvenated by a large pledge class of 34 women. Dickinson celebrates National Coming Out Day. Dickinson's Alcohol...

Dickinsonian Front Page

Recent alumni return to offer advice on careers and life in the real world. ODK taps 30 new members. Campus officer Robert Whisler of Safety and Security graduates as valedictorian of his Municipal Police Training Course. Prof. Sanford Pinsker of Franklin and Marshall College spoke on the...

Subscribe to Women's Volleyball