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Spahr Library opens for the first time after book walk. Dickinson gears up for approaching parents' weekend. Yom Kippur services are announced, with a schedule of services and an explanation of Yom Kippur included. Vienna Symphony concert series set to begin Friday, October 13th, at Carlisle...

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Homecoming schedule presented. The annual military ball is presented by the Dickinson R.O.T.C. Corps of Cadets. The Open Door sponsors a "love-in" dance, an alternative to the military ball. Temple University Orchestra set to play in the Holland Union Building at the invitation of the Student...

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A detailed description of the night's homecoming activities is presented, with historian Dr. Henry Steele Commager's speech slated as the headlining event. The Mermaid Players are slated to present their first play of the year, "A Man for All Seasons". John Ogdon, a pianist from New York City,...

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The Mermaid Players open "A Man for All Seasons", their first performance of the year. The Dave Brubeck Jazz Quartet is scheduled to play on Friday, Nov. 17, 1967 at the Carlisle Senior High School Gymnasium. David Hagan of the Dickinson College faculty will give a piano recital, Nov. 12 at 3 P....

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Dave Brubeck Quartet is slated to perform this Friday night in the Carlisle Senior High School gymnasium. Eric Rundbaken will take over duties as the news editor for the Dickinsonian for the remainder of the semester. Phi Epsilon Pi puts on Fall Auto Rallye. United Telephone Company proposes a...

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Representatives from the Architects Collaborative plan to visit the campus Dec. 11-12 to interview students and begin planning for the new Fine Arts Center. US Congressman Edward Biester is slated to speak on law at College and Law School on Dec. 7. Dickinsonian to meet WDCV members in annual...

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A survey of the campus regarding the Vietnam War shows that most students and faculty want some sort of change in Vietnam policy. The Paul Butterfield Blues Band is set to play in the HUB Dining Hall for the Mid-Winter Concert. The Interfraternity Council set up an internal committee to...

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Dave Totaro assumed the role of Editor-in-Chief of the Dickinsonian. The Dana Foundation announced a $250,000 grant to Dickinson to support teaching. The Public Affairs Symposium explores the possibility of using television as a medium for their presentations. Two students were suspended from...

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George Wallace debate draws various reactions from overflow crowd. Speakers at Fraternity Criticism Symposium urge fraternity reform. IFC Senate liaison Mike Bloom levels attack at Dickinsonian. Dave Totaro reflects upon touring Hubert Humphrey's Pennsylvania campaign with Sue Storer, four other...

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Former Presidential Press Secretary Gerald ter Horst and prominent Washington attorney Max Kampelman have been selected to speak at this year's Public Affairs Symposium. A reduction in administrative personnel is proposed at the most recent faculty meeting. The College Annual Giving Office holds...

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Students create a paper recycling program. Both the editor-in-chief and associate editor of the Dickinsonian suddenly resign due to a "clash of principle." William S. Masland is appointed president of the Board of Trustees. An explosion and subsequent fire during an organic chemistry class...

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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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Dickinson College is the recipient of the $250,000 grant from The Kresge Foundation. New security system added to Boyd Lee Spahr Library to prevent theft of books. Dickinsonian is awarded All-American status by the National Scholastic Press Association and the Associated College Press....

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The Dickinsonian is awarded All-American status by the National Scholastic Press Association for the third semester in a row. Dr. Donald Knuth wins Priestley Award. Issue of special interest housing is discussed at Student Affairs committee meeting. New Policy and Management Studies Program is...

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Snack Bar reopens after delays in renovation push construction into October. Snack Bar exterior still uncompleted as of publish date. Controversy elicited by Red hats, in style similar to those of Wheel and Chain, Raven's Claw, given to campus R.A.s. Hats not to be worn on campus, but are to...

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US Supreme Court Justice Harry Blackmun addresses "the changing of the guard" at ATS. Protesters maintain vigil for God to "deal" Justice Blackmun. Riots, film galvanize black empowerment. Accident claims the life of college employee; injures another. Devil's Den usurps the condom machine....

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Articles for April Fools Day:  Articles from historical Dickinsonians. Denny Hall destroyed in fire. Senate passes strict rules for freshmen. Red Devils football defeats Penn State. Old West Mermaid replaced by replica. Dickinson during the Civil War. Barry Goldwater speaks on...

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The Editorial board of the Dickinsonian newspaper will not work on future issues until student wages are restored. Senior Jennifer Becker earns a grant to teach in France. Students question Flexboard Meal Plan. An article discusses the College policy warning against sexual relations between...

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Theme of college year is "Carpe Dickinson." Freshman orientation changed to include "Orientation Assistants." Seniors Jennifer Moll and Brian McLoughlin win Presidential Scholar Award. President of the American Civil Liberties Union, Nadine Strossen, gives a speech sponsored by the Clarke Center...

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