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The Board of Trustees focuses on revising the budget and making cuts. A fundraiser will be held to collect $2000 for tree replacement. Students meet with Dean Hawkins to discuss problems of freshmen. The campus will host a state conference on environmental issues to be presented to the governor...

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Having surpassed its fund raising goal for trees, the Student Senate approved a motion to donate the excess funds to the Carlisle Shade Tree Commission. Organizers of the Harrisburg Urban Semester will be available to speak with interested students. Wheel and Chain and ODK will sponsor Songfest...

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The HUB Gallery will host a collection of paintings entitled "The Nazi Drawings" by Mauricio Lasansky. Many students contract an unknown illness. A new modern dance program is offered. The field hockey team wins their first game.

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In this edition, a fire of a "highly suspicious origin" happened in the Sigma Chi fraternity house's bathroom closet. There was speculation about the source being a bottle rocket that was thrown into the bathroom by highly flammable objects. The All-College Study Group on Religious Affairs...

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In this edition, a new gymnasium is going to be built, whereas the Arts center, badly in need of renovations or a new location, will not be receiving either. The Student Affairs Committee's proposal for coed alternative housing received tremendous disapproval by the Board of Trustees. Ellen...

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The members of Alpha Delta Epsilon sorority decide to affiliate instead with Gamma Phi Beta. Action is taken after "special effects" powder causes an explosion at the Sigma Chi fraternity house. President Samuel A. Banks announces the formation of the Task Force on Student Life. Professor Neil...

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Third Annual Black Student Union Conference took place on campus. Accreditation of College is reviewed in preparation for Middle States Evaluation. Role of Sororities on campus is discussed. Senate Auxiliary Enterprises and Grievances Committee works to improve things on campus. Discussions...

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Public Affairs Symposium events draws huge crowds. Student Senate elections are noteworthy for the all-female winnters, as well as high turnout. Sigma Chi penalized for pledging incident. Psychology Department is faced with large number of criticisms from students. Dick Poston performs a...

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President Sam Banks has decided to appoint a Commission on the Status of Minorities, which was recommended by the Study Group on Minorities. The College hopes to review the "current situation of the black community" and develop ways to enhance their campus experience. The old Alumni Gymnasium is...

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El Salvador has become a major world issue due to violent conflicts. At a Tuition symposium, sponsored by Sigma Chi Fraternity, treasurer James Nicholson and director of Financial Aid Donald Raley discussed proposed financial aid cuts for the 1983 school year. Broadway Night, a series of...

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Continued attacks on students prompt increase in campus security measures. Lt. Col. Lorna Strzelecki addresses College about womens' role in Gulf War. Peggy Sanday speaks on date rape. Alumna Major Marie T. Rossi is first female pilot killed in Gulf War. Profs. Douglas Stuart and George Friedman...

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Student Senate President Sonya Lin and administration reflect on term. Laura Croghan, Stephen Katz, and Joe Cardinale chosen as new Senate officers. Sen. John Heinz's unexpected death leaves void for Commencement speaker. Groups (Sigma Chi, Phi Kappa Psi, and the Multicultural House) appeal...

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For Earth Week, DARE stresses environmental resourcefulness. Common Hour speaker Peter Montague discusses toxic waste problems. Rape is discussed at Health Center. Housing Board grants different living arrangements for Sigma Chi and Phi Kappa Psi. Dana Stuchell of Animal Rights Mobilization...

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Students voice their opinions on final presidential debate. Registration drive denies voter's rights. College mourns death of sophomore Patricia Smith. Student Senate debates funding for Sigma Chi. Rape Awareness week heightens awareness. Pomfret Suites, more than just off campus. WDCV is back....

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Weekend cross burning inflames Carlisle community. Trout Gallery to display AIDS quilt. Week planned to raise awareness about homelessness. Clinton faces voter mandate. Beta Theta Pi beats Sigma Chi in race for Senate funding. Baseball caps have become popular on campus. Hudlin Brothers find...

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10-15 students will participate in February graduation. Sigma Chi fraternity hosted recovering alcoholic and founder of Collegiate Consultants on Drugs and Alcohol Mike Green, who talked about the dangers of excess drinking and drugs. Dean Allan announces his decision to resign from his...

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Nine students arrested in Morgan Field brouhaha. English professor Ashton Nichols named as new associate dean of the College in the upcoming year. Frats Phi Kappa Psi and Sigma Chi booted off campus by Housing Board - bros up in arms over the decision. Clarke Center takes over PAS. College Model...

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Sigma Chi sanctioned over housing violations. Study shows that 70 percent of Dickinson students have cellular phone with them at Dickinson. Student Senate and the Multi-Organizational Board (MOB) unveil plans to renovate the Depot. Planned installation of chimes in Old West to be completed by...

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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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This issue includes an article debating the issue over members of the previously expelled fraternity, Sigma Chi, purchasing the former First Church of Christ. Fear over the possible loss of the Army War College. Discussion of the nationwide drop in ROTC enrollment. Administration questions the...

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Judge John E. Jones III '77 who has recently ruled in several intelligent design decisions to speak at graduation. Controversy over the unrecognized existence of Sigma Chi continues. Record breaking admissions statistics for the class of 2010 allow a more selective admissions process. Eating...

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Due to a tragic accident at the crosswalk between the Holland Union Building and the Academic Quad, safety flags stations will be constructed to prevent further accidents. The class of 2006 says goodbye to Dickinson and hears Judge John Jones '77 at commencement. Sigma Chi, a recently expelled...

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Dickinson students are sued by their landlord for the way they treated their apartment. Sigma Chi fraternity, who recently sued the college, is denied preliminary injunction. The new Associate Dean Tim Poirier arrives on campus to assist his former colleague April Vari. At least fourteen...

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