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Franklin and Marshall wins the debate against Swarthmore. Glee and Mandolin Club concert. Summary of the Spring Festival. William McElroy lecture. Announcement of another Minstrel show. Philadelphia Alumni Association banquet.

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Dickinson defeats Swarthmore in intercollegiate oratorical contest. American Flag and set of silver presented to President George Edward Reed to mark his 22nd anniversary as president of the college. Professor Filler attended the annual meeting of the Classical Association of the Atlantic, found...

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The Spring Festival "stimulates unity" and "sense of community." John D. Rockefeller, IV, is to deliver the College's commencement address. Faculty cuts physical education requirement from eight to six blocks. "[C]oncern over officer discontent and security office administration" rises on campus...

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The Dickinsonian is awarded All-American status in a recent Associated Collegiate Press rating of college and university newspapers. The topic for next year's Public Affairs Symposium will be "Men and Women: What is Our Future Together?" Arnold Shay, a Polish Holocaust survivor discusses his...

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Students vote on new Senate. Harrisburg Mayor Paul Dougtrich speaks at the College. Anne Abrams, Director of the Holland Union Building, resigns. Student Affairs Committee offers rush and pledge program insight. Social Violations Hearing Board rules on fraternity vandalism cases. Details on the...

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Professors hold discussion concerning "Reaganomics." Photos are taken for new student-ID system to be implemented the following fall. Spring Fest is a huge success. Freshmen Seminar Program to be implemented. Faculty approves number of resolutions designed to enhance student life. Departing...

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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 will loose the lease for their house for at least the next 2 years. The Mock Presidential Convention nominates Reagan with 58.9% A variety of games, contests, foods, and entertainment will be offered this year at spring fest. Sen. Proxmire gives a fantastic speech as keynote...

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