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YWCA and YMCA jointly hold a fete in the gymnasium.  Intercollegiate Debating teams are restructured.  A new department for the teaching of oral composition and debating is proposed.  Senate for 1911 elected.  Department of Oratory announces final contest.  1911 Microcosm published.  The Union...

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Baseball defeats Gettysburg 4-3. Track ties Gettysburg. Gettysburg defeats tennis. President and Mrs. Noble hold reception for senior class. Senior class revives tradition of holding sings on steps of Old West. Adam Nagay and Lester W. Auman win sophomore oratorical contest. Senior class takes...

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May Day celebration is held. Dickinson participates in Middle Atlantic States Intercollegiate Meet. The program for commencement week is published. A student referendum passes the new honor system. The sophomore class holds elections; David Sharman is president. Senior Picnic is held. Thomas R....

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Sophomores hold banquet.  Sophomores elect class officers.  College celebrates Nesbit Day.  Student Senators are elected.

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Wine Hats extend period in which they act to enforce freshmen rules. Student Senate requests meeting with President Edel and Board of Trustees concerning Homecoming. Herbert Wing receives Robert Coleman Chair of History. Freshman class officers are elected. Juniors win intramural girls hocky...

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Candidates for Student Senate elections announced. United Party's platform. Dickinson Follies perform "Katy Did", a modern adaptation of "She Stoops to Conquer". Dickinson Aero Club plans to purchase second plane. Wrestling competes in Middle Atlantic States Wrestling Championships. Swimming...

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Creation of Honor Code will be put to student vote; proposed Honor Code is released. Action Party announces candidates and platform for 1959 Student Senate elections.

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Honor Code is not ratified in student election. Tuition is raised. Dickinson joins Institute for American Universities' Junior Year in France Program. Jack Yahraes (Action Party) is elected Student Senate president. Changes in rushing season and girls' hours discussed at Communications Committee...

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The Public Affairs Symposium is bringing in four television professionals for February 4-7. The Magnificent Men are set to perform a concert to commemorate the end of rush season. An announcement for nomination for student senate is included. Representatives from the college study the curriculum...

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In this edition nominations for Student Senate president, vice-president and treasurer are being circulated. A vegetarian meal plan is now offered to any student and the Food Committee is currently testing new products to placate the students' disapproval with cafeteria foods. Students continue...

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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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A low voter turnout for the Student Senate elections leaves George Joseph, Kathy Tighe and Avery Leslie victorious. The Russian flu epidemic hits the College campus, leaving 750 students experiencing flu-like symptoms. A resolution passed, calling for faculty members to eat with students in the...

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Professor Neil B. Weissman, assistant professor of history, has now become the new pre-law advisor. An all-College referendum has been called upon by Student Senate to let the students decide whether or not to keep the closed cafeteria policy. Candidates for the Student Senate elections are...

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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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the Public Affairs Symposium's topic this year was "Human Rights" and the keynote speaker this year was Hodding Carter III, former Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs. Candidates for Student Senate are featured in an article. Dave Levitt studied abroad in various locations in the Far...

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Student senate officers have been elected, and by a large margin. The Central Pennsylvania Consortium and the Dickinson's Commission on the Status of Women held a conference on "Women's Point of View." An article discusses why Americans are "infatuated with fitness." The Cultural Affairs...

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Ben Bova speaks at PAS, Dr. Louis Steven Goldman (Lehigh University) talks about impact of computers, Lady mud wrestlers in Harrisburg, Richard Moberg (Drexel University) speaks at PAS on the "Role of Computers in Medicine", Panel discussion of computers at Dickinson, Dr. Arthur Miller (Harvard)...

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College elects Senate officers (Bill Sapoch, Kurt Krauss, Pete Dahlin), Repositioning includes changes for football, poor attendance to Black History Program, Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow Milton Lyon speaks at lecture, Dean of the College George Allan speaks about college-preparation, EPA buys...

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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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Student Senate election results announced, new officers interviewed. Student group heads to Washington to lobby senators for a U.S. Institute of Peace. Few minorities attend Dickinson, low level a crisis. Revival of Dean's List a possibility if student interest high, standards kept stringent....

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Nancy Lindgren, director of the Holland Union Building, and Dean Kremer, Student Senate president, have been clashing over misinformation on when Student Senate elections should be and their discrepancies have caused quite a stir on campus. A sub-committee has been created to examine the College...

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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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A symposium on terrorism attracted at least 250 people, which was sponsored by the Community Relations Committee of the United Jewish Federation of Harrisburg and Dickinson College. Field Hockey coach Carol Cox was relieved of her coaching duties by the College. The newly elected Student Senate...

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In Student Senate elections, Laura Spindler was elected as President,  Alex Don Konics was elected as Vice President, and Mike Donnelly was elected as Treasurer.   This election was significant because it was the first time that each Executive Office of the Student Senate was expanded to last...

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