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Students parade in midnight march after football victory over Penn State; police resort to tear gas. Annual college picnic is held. German club plans activities, including hike modeled after German youth movement. Tribunal convicts two freshmen of breaking freshman rules, gives punishments....

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Free Dickinsonian Summer Edition. Plans for Student Senate are drawn up. Colonel Smith, superintendent of College grounds, is interviewed. Ineffectiveness of Carlisle Police is deplored. Social Committee works to keep events interesting despite almost complete lack of male student body...

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Campus Chest, Dickinson's only charitable organization, opens its funding drive with Luau. The student body prefers a fall delivery of the Microcosm. Faculty Frantics, led by Prof. Henry Yeagley, are scheduled to perform this night. Dickinson is set to host the regional Workshop of the United...

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In reaction to the recently removed crosswalk between Morgan Field and the Boyd Lee Spahr Library, students create an unofficial, spray-painted replacement. The cafeteria increases security by requiring the presentation of ID cards and sealing off side doors in order to increase efficiency. A...

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Former college student Scott W. Sinning, '87, is suing campus administrators, the Alpha Chi Rho fraternity, the Borough of Carlisle, Carlisle Chief of Police Frank Giordano, and two Carlisle Police Officers after being shot in the right eye by a pellet gun. Students that took part in the Malaga...

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Grand plans for social space becoming a reality. College mourns the loss of alumni killed in a plane crash in California. The college undertakes the Capital Campaign, trying to raise $40 million for enhancing academic programs. The HUB becomes accessible to disabled students. College addresses...

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New student-run website, DailyJolt.com, begins on campus. Speak of the Devil, an anonymous underground newspaper is distributed on campus, causing controversy. Dickinson Television, DC-TV, begins process of organizing itself. Housing is still a problem on campus. Appropriateness of Christmas...

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This issue includes further discussion of Michael Moore's visit, mentioning that Moore was unable to visit the College due to an illness. Rachel McCool '07 scheduled to appear on JEOPARDY! game show. Controversy over expulsion of Sigma Chi fraternity. Discussion on President Durden's protege, Dr...

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Previous remarks on Dickinson Public Safety and Carlisle Police Department partnership found untrue. Dickincinema organization created to organize certain films the College should sponsor at the Carlisle Theater. Kappa Delta Pi, an international honor society in education, is replacing the...

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Both DPS and the Carlisle Police Department are called to the Phi Kappa Sigma house to investigate a report of a fight. They find several underage pledges in an inebriated state. Disciplinary actions will be forthcoming and possibly detrimental as the fraternity had been suspended just two years...

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Carlisle police responds to overcrowding and underage drinking issues at Alibis. Octals produce a CD and seek Senate funding. Annual Local Food Dinner draws a large crowd. Stop Hunger Now and 200 volunteers prepare meals for Japan. Men's Lacrosse clinches a spot in the Playoffs. Men's Track...

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College struggles to hire minority faculty, semester concludes with a third Dialogue to Action event, the Center for Global Study and Engagement has added partner sites in India and New Zealand, DPS and CPD increase patrols and surveillance, and six students and alumni traveled to Paris, France...

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