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Alpha Chi Rho resigns from the Interfraternity Council. The upperclassmen have some fun punishing the freshmen for breaking the freshmen rules. The Men’s Senate will form a permanent organization of unaffiliated students in order for them to form a more unified group. The soccer team loses to...

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The football team wins against Allegheny by the wide margin of 21-0. The freshmen football team wins against the Carlisle Y.M.C.A team. A tea is held in honor of the president’s wife, Mrs. Frances Corson. The Archaeological Institute of America claims that the college is in possession of a very...

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Three students, Edward E. Knauss, Leon M. Robinson, and Robert H. Llewellyn, are elected to Phi Beta Kappa society.  Claude Hopkins and his Orchestra make the Mid-Winter Ball a success.  The Catholic Club hears Father Schott give a speech.  Wheel and Chain host a "Sweater Hop" dance.  President...

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Rev. Dr. Henry Smith Leiper, leader in the world movement for peace and Christian unity , speaks on "Germany's New Religion" at a meeting of the Young People's Fellowship.  Bill Nickels speaks about the trips taken by the Social Survey Committee.  Fraternities Beta Theta Pi, Phi Delta Theta, and...

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The "Miami Triad" of Beta Theta Pi, Sigma Chi, and Phi Delta Theta, throws a dance featuring Don Peebles and his Orchestra.  Mr. Vinton Zeigler, minister, speaks on the state of Brooklyn slums.  Belles Lettres reviews modern literature.  The Dramatic Club continues to prepare "The Shining Hour...

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Hell Week for fraternity pledges leaves Phi Kappa Psi pledges sweeping walkways for active members, Sigma Chi pledges going back to freshman rules, Phi Delta Thetas conducting mass on Molly Pitcher's grave and Sigma Alpha Epsilon pledges carting actives around like horses. Four students are...

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Lambda Sigma Pi elects eight new members. Union Philosophical Society to discuss "war aims" in their next meeting. A Student Opinion Surveys of America poll reveals that three of every five women are volunteering with civilian defense activities, but less than three of ten men, not already in...

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The Dickinsonian elects new staff heads. Omicron Delta Kappa, national leadership honorary fraternity, taps four new members: Carl F. Skinner, Philip J. Anderson, Frank C. Ogelsby, and Sidney B. Kline, Jr. A standard First Aid course is being offered at Dickinson by the Carlisle Red Cross....

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Rush ends and 126 freshmen men pledge fraternities including Alpha Chi Rho, Beta Theta Pi, Kappa Sigma, Phi Delta Theta, Phi Epsilon Pi, Phi Kappa Psi, Phi Kappa Sigma, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sigma Chi and Theta Chi. The Dickinson Law School begins to require all applicants for admission to take...

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Five Dickinson fraternities participated in the annual Red Cross Drive of Carlisle, collecting money for the organization. The Communications Committee had it first meeting to discuss campus issues including the College's gift to the Allison Methodist Church, the Student Activities Building and...

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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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A discussion on Dickinson's Honor Code will be sponsored by Danforth and Omicron Delta Kappa. All sororities and some fraternities are to hold Christmas parties for the underprivileged children of Carlisle. The Dickinson College Choir will be filmed performing in Harrisburg and broadcast on WHP...

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This issue reports highlights of the Military Ball and the Mermaid Players' presentation of "The Miser." The annual Chest Drive begins, Dr. Gilbert Malcolm is honored at Alumni Dinner. An appreciation of Denny Hall is reported. The Christian Association is formed by combining four existing...

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In this issue of the Dickinsonian Uhuru to feature Alphonso Britt. Fraternities face dissolution across college campuses. Dean Wishmeyer resigns from SREC (Student Rules Evaluation Committee). Foreign students find diet difficult at Dickinson. Drayer and Metzger battle in football game. Book of...

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Eight juniors chosen for outstanding leadership by Omicron Delta Kappa. Project announced for college to raise $22 million by 1973. Endowment Fund receives national attention. Nine professors granted Sabbatical leaves. Baseball team falls to Western Maryland. Tennis team upsets Franklin and...

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Students ratify Senate constitution. Sorority pledge classes to present skits at Doll Dance. Dean acknowledges grades. Michael L. Cipolla to manage Dickinson Dining Services. Ralph Kirkpatrick headlines Bach in Harpsichord presentation. American help to Portugal threatens African freedom....

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A sub-committee of the Social and Academic Affairs Committee plans to seek improvements on the Social Rules. Results of the "Andrews Report", a study providing incite into the College's image, ethics, and make-up. The results of an alumni questionnaire to demonstrate changing student opinions....

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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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Student Senate elections were held, with Tom Martin elected as president of the Senate. The Mermaid Players are slated to perform Richard Sheridan's "The Rivals" starting February 29 and ending March 2. Bucknell, Franklin and Marshall, Dickinson, Gettysburg, and Wilson are set to hold meetings...

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Senate President Tom Marin called for an all-college referendum to vote on the $5 raise of the Comprehensive Fee that all students pay to the Student Senate. The 1968 Mock Open Convention opens at 6 P.M. on this day, featuring Congressman Richard Schweiker as the Keynote Speaker. Sam and Dave...

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The fourth annual Derby Day Steal sponsored by Sigma Chi kicked off Parents' weekend. Both East College and Bosler Hall had to put off renovation due to fund shortages. Tom Martin, president of the Student Senate, outlined the challenges that are to be faced by the student representative on a...

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Sigma Chi relinquished their President's Cup that they had received earlier in the fall in protest of new administration policies, including policies regarding the placement of students on faculty committees and, most significantly, a raise in student fees. Members of the African American...

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Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) stages controversial Anti-ROTC demonstration. Sabicas and Malcolm Frager to present Cultural Affairs concerts. Coalition of Democratic and Independent Voters, along with Young Democrats and SDS (at first), urges students to boycott grapes in dining hall so...

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Norval Reece campaigns on campus for a Democratic Senate seat. A student referndum on ROTC will be presented by Student Senate. The ROTC debate continues with the main issues being the moral question of weather ROTC should be on Dickinson campus, the academic question of if military science...

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