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More plans for Pan-Hell Week are being made, especially for the Pan-Hell Dance. A group of students is going with Prof. Fink to the 7th Annual Debaters Conference at State College. Defense stamps will be given when Kappa Sigma hosts its annual Spring Formal rather than corsages. Student Opinion...

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Junior class, Class of 1943, elects president. Student Senate decides that Rushing will not occur during the summer session. the 169th Commencement. Approximately 120 students are enrolled for the summer session. the 1942 Microcosm comes out on time. Six high school seniors are awarded Trustee...

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W.W. Edel is elected college President by Trustees. Ph. B degree is dropped. Trustees appoint new faculty. Phi Beta Kappa choose nine seniors. Wheel and Chain and Debate Squad Reactivate. Professor Craver retires. Student Senate reorganizes. College Award honorary degrees.

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Miriam Koontz, Jean Uhland, Fenton Adams, and Blake Spahr are elected to Phi Beta Kappa honorary fraternity. Omicron Delta Kappa taps seven new members. William T. Avery, Stacey E. Eaton, Richard M. Spong, John C. Pflaum, and John R. Embock are promoted from instructors to assistant professors....

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The Campus Chest drive opens with the goal of raising $3,000 to be distributed to six organizations. Seven students, including one woman, are elected to the Phi Beta Kappa honorary fraternity. A survey of the African-American community in Carlisle shows as a whole they lack access to adequate...

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The Class of 1948, the largest class in college history with 200 students, graduates. Four new faculty members, three professors of English and one professor of philosophy and religion, are hired for the fall semester. No Microcosm yearbook is published this year due to lack of funds....

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Richard A. Campbell, Warren F. Coolidge, Janet C. Elder, Arthur C. Flandreau, William I. Mudd, Jr., Bruce R. Rehr, and Eleanor L. Uhland (all '50) are elected to join Phi Beta Kappa, the national honorary scholastic fraternity. Dean Russell I. Thompson announces the names of the students on the...

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Over 1000 students, alumni, and guests are expected to attend the weekend's Commencement exercises, at which Bishop G. Bromley Oxnam is the key speaker. The College announces that it will award 8 honorary degrees, and that an additional 15 seniors have been elected to Phi Beta Kappa, the...

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A feud between the Student Senate and the Dean regarding the Dickinsonian has been resolved. Chemistry Professor Dr. Vuilleumier died in the Althouse Stockroom and was mourned by the campus community. Four high-achieving seniors are initiated into the Phi Beta Kappa honors society and...

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This edition includes articles about a $50,000 gift for a new language center. The IFC announces rush period program. Senate loans funds to establish a radio station. Distinguished Military Students for 1959-1960 are announced by ROTC. The student housing shortage is discussed. Band organizers...

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Health staff discourages use of drugs designed to help students stay awake. AAUP evaluation of campus climate to take place in January. Dickinson's identification as a Christian college does not take away from its liberal arts mission. Library announces prize for senior with best book collection...

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Faculty determines year-end awards; Phi Beta Kappa announces awards. Donation drive to Philander-Smith College yields 400 books. Debriefing of IFC weekend as seen from Drayer Hall girls. Publicity promotes college endowment fund. It is announced that 90 graduating seniors plan to continue school...

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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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New York Times Columnist James B. Reston spoke at commencement. Charges of slander were leveled against Clarke W. Garrett, who reportedly made comments about Larry J. Warner in one of his classes. Gen. Harold K. Johnson is set to address ROTC graduates. David F. Brubaker received the Lindback...

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A review of Commencement is given. Dr. Daniel R. Bechtel, chairman of the department of religion, receives the 1970 Lindback Distinguished Teaching Award. Dr. Horace E. Rogers , senior member of the College faculty and the Alfred Victor duPont Professor of Analytical Chemistry, is elected...

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The Student Senate adopts a resolution "recommending that ROTC be maintained without academic credit." The Mock Convention holds Platform hearings on "important political issues." The Chess team clinches championship in "its most successful season in recent memory." The Mahavishnu Orchestra is...

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Philip Abelson accepts the Priestley Award and speaks on "The Emerging Energy Crisis." Sheila Tobias is to speak on the dual role of women in society. Highlighting the Science for Survival Symposium is a panel discussion in ATS. Leo Marx, the Phi Beta Kappa scholar, is to speak on American...

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The college raises tuition by 9% for the 1980-1981 school year, bringing the total cost to $6,285. Four Nisbet Scholars are admitted to the Phi Beta Kappa honor society after being required to write a 1000 word response justifying the breadth of their education. The Hermitage, a bastion of...

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The Joan Kerr Dance Company presents a ballet commemorating the Holocaust. Database of alumni compiled to help students seeking information on careers. Newly elected Senate President Marilyn Emerson is sworn in. Whole Earth House is proposed. Fraternities consider moving out of quadrangle....

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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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