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ROTC established at Dickinson. Bob Jones is elected president of sophomore class. Robert High is elected president of College Choir. Edward Adourian, Norman McWhinney, Frank Skrapits, and Emil Weiss to attend the Washington Semester. Women's Athletic Association banquet is held; Junior Blazers...

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Freshman class largest in the College's history. Introduction of ROTC program at Dickinson. Dr. F.W. Ness named Dean of the College. Common Club regains status as a club for independent men. Professor Pflaum returns to campus after his tenth trip to Europe. New Athletic Director, A.C. Ransom,...

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Professors Flaherty and Mercer to address the International Relations Club. Phi Delta Theta wins the Display Contest at Homecoming. Charles Tharp is the new cataloging librarian. World famous blind pianist, Alec Templeton to play recital in December. Colonel Rachal praises the new ROTC program....

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Pan-Hellenic Weekend will feature a Mardi Gras theme. Dr. John A. Monroe to speak on Senator Henry Ridgely at the upcoming Boyd Lee Spahr Lecture. The Debate Team placed sixth at the West Point Elimination Tournament. The Dickinson ROTC unit plans to hold an Open House. Renowned Hampton Choir...

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Commencement Issue. Seven men to receive honorary degrees - Five of whom are Dickinsonians. Commencement brings to a close the first year of the Men's Glee Club. The Dickinson College Chapter of the American Association of University Professors celebrates its Fifth Anniversary. The Theta Chi...

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Fifteen Dickinson students chosen to represent "Who's Who" among the American university and college students. ROTC selects nominees for female representative, seven to be elected at the Military Ball. Noted author and lecturer James T. Flexner to speak on British spy Major John Andre and his...

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Current chair of the Political Science department Dr. Tayler is installed as the first occupant of the Robert Blaine Weaver Chair of Political Science. College Choir to present their annual winter concert. Dickinson ROTC to hold first ever Military Ball.

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ROTC to hold open house with other local civilian units. College Choir and Harrisburg Orchestra give Founders' Day concert. Dr. Karl T. Compton to receive Priestley Award for scientific achievement.

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Dickinson Summer School to open in June, first session since 1951. Prof. Pflaum presides over open hearing on new social rules. ROTC presents annual awards. Wheel and Chain to initiate eight for the '54-'55 academic year. Captain Kennedy, Assistant Professor of Military Science and Tactics,...

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Five students from the Reserve Officers Training Corps receive the Distinguished Military Student recognition which will give them the same rank as a graduate of the United States Military Academy if and when they apply for commission in the army after graduation. Classes in painting and design...

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The cornerstone of Morgan Hall is laid with items inside of it: "History of Dickinson College" by Dr. James Henry Morgan, a Dickinsonian, a college catalogue, a Microcosm, a copy of the alumni journal, a "D" book, student roster, Viewbook, Carlisle Sentinel and a folder from the Carlisle Chamber...

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George Shuman will be serving on a committee that will evaluate Finch University in New York and determine whether it is a credible institution. He describes this as being an honor to both himself and Dickinson. Students have the opportunity to study in Spain, Iran or Italy with new fellowships...

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Sixteen Dickinson seniors will be commissioned as second lieutenants in the United States Army Reserves. Eight honorary diplomas will be awarded at graduation, three of whom are Dickinson graduates from previous years. The Cultural Affairs Committee sites a successful year with many speakers and...

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President Edel approves the existence of the Biddle House, an 'Honor Dorm' where students are allowed to follow less strict regulations. Discussion of President Edel's release of a ten-year report on Dickinson College. Organization of the Religion-In-Life Week program. The Student Senate...

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Professor Daniel McDonald receives research grant from National Institute of Health. Philip B. Secor becomes political science instructor. Music department presents opera "Hansel and Gretel" in Carlisle Opera House (aka The Bucket). Mermaid Players present "Uncle Vanya". Possibilities for...

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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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This issue contains an article about the Military Ball. An upcoming lecture by Alistair Cooke is announced. Results of class elections are announced. Barbara Stevens, Dean of Women, attends IFC meeting to clarify social rules. A student essay draws parallels between Communism and the U.S. Armed...

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Dr. Howard Rubendall will succeed Dr. Gilbert Malcolm as college president. Student Senate votes to retain current grading system. SFJC (Student-Faculty Judicial Council) elects Dr. Horace Rogers as advisor. Lois Mecum is named the new editor of The Dickinsonian. Bosler Hall will display an art...

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Campaigning has begun for class officer elections, to be held May 17. Wheel and Chain selects six new members. Five Dickinson students represented the college at the Mid-Atlantic Model UN General Assembly, held in Albany, NY. Jerome Kuykendall will chair the Parent's Advisory Council. Committee...

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In this issue, the American Chemical Society announced its accreditation of Dickinson, while the Middle States Association released favorable criticism of the sciences at Dickinson. International opera singers Pierrette Alaria and Leopold Simoneau are to visit Dickinson. Student Senate endorsed...

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New United party takes over senate with John Dingee president, Barbara Greer secretary, and Barb Price treasurer. Action party's Whit Smyth takes vice president. American Association of university professors observes that increased tuition goes to buildings, not professors. Trustees investigate...

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Report on the trial of Robert Meisenbach after San Fransisco student protest of the House Un-American Activities Committee. Ben Giorgio names new Editor-in-Chief of Microcosm. Letter from Dr. Rubendall to the college prior to his arrival. Professor Wishmeyer and Dean Barbara Stevens marry. ROTC...

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Rubendall advocates new Student Union. Ravi Shankar to speak at Cultural Affairs program. Reverend Lester Welliver and Doctor Cornelius Kruse to speak. College bookstore is too small according to Assistant Treasurer George Bubletz. Committee of Academic Policy, Program, and Practice to undertake...

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Information on AAUP censure possibly being lifted. Rubendall meets with fraternity representatives to discuss ongoing policy issues. Billy Butterfield to play at Military Ball. Inauguration of Rubendall planned. New exhibit in Bosler features Japanese prints. Special course offered in Radiation...

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Wheel and Chain recognize new pledge class. Richard III to be performed by Players of Washington. Cadet Colonel John H. Dingee wins three awards at college ROTC Review. Glenn Hitchens receives top ODK Awards. IFC Weekend to feature the Shirelles. Hilbert Sabin and Kenneth Laws added to faculty....

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