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Professor H.M. Stephens '92 passes away after a short bout with a serious illness; Professor Edward Mutch is hired to fill the position left vacant by his death. Belles Lettres wins the annual Inter-Society Debate. The All-College banquet is scheduled for February 22, its admission price set at...

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Fraternities, sororities, honorary societies, several classes, and the Athletic Association have plans for several social events to be held in the coming months, including many dances by popular demand. The Microcosm adds a feature on women's athletics for the 1932 issue of the yearbook, a...

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Presidential candidate, William D. Upshaw, speaks to student body in Bosler Hall. The Debate Team, to begin try-outs shortly, has gotten the topics to be debated this season from Pennsylvania Intercollegiate Debating Association. The Board approved the purchase of the Mooreland Estate. The...

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The Debate Team will end the season with a debate later in the week. The golf team loses to Johns Hopkins. The Dramatic Club begins try-outs for the play “Lady Windermere’s Fan.” The tennis team loses to Bucknell. Forty new books are added to the library. Wheel and Chain taps...

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Robert L. Myers gives a talk on the newly enacted Social Security Act and unemployment in the country. After buying the adjacent properties, Dickinson plans to enlarge Biddle Field. The Debate Team schedule is posted. Fraternities and Sororities induct new members. In an effort to make peace...

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President Corson addresses the 556-strong student body at Convocation. Belles Lettres announces that it will publish the Hornbook for the first time since 1934. Three foreign students (one Chinese, one French, and one German) are unable to come to Dickinson on schedule or at all, and another is...

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The Union Philosophical Society passes a resolution that allows for the admittance of women for the first time in their 160-year history; they also shift the nature of their discussions from national and international issues to campus-specific topics. The Dickinsonian adds a new column, Brevity...

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The approaching end of the Pan Hellenic week will feature the annual Doll Dance. A talk open to members of the Mary Dickinson Club and women students will be given by Dorothy Kenyon, speaker for the Mary Dickinson Day Chapel, titled "Women and Outer Space." Following incidents dubbed the "Egg...

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An open forum on Vietnam will be held featuring a panel of students and faculty debating the conflict. Students ratified the proposed Social Rules and procedures for the creation of a student Enforcement Code are outlined. Technical aspects of the Mermaid Players "Wild Duck" production are...

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The Back Alley Quintet is set to perform on Valentine Weekend in the Social Hall. Nine candidates for the various Student Senate positions unveiled their campaigns in the last week. The IFC held a series of lectures on fraternity life. Dean Gillespie announced that students over the age of 21...

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This issue features an article on an increase of cocaine use in the United States. "The Dickinsonain" had released a survey on cocaine in the previous edition and received minimal results back, stating that out of the responses all except two had at least tried cocaine once.Female enrollment at...

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In this edition, thirty-five students are without rooms for the next year, despite Associate Dean for Residential Services Bruce Wall who feels that there will not be tripled doubles. A Dickinson survey shows that about 72% of the students smoke marijuana or have tried it. Students debate the...

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In this edition, the school guarantees that there will be no housing shortage this year since four new houses have been leased on West Louther and Church Street. A rising interest in sororities caused a fourth sorority, Kappa Kappa Gamma, to be established on campus. Gaylor Barham, the minority...

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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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The Kline Center, which has been open for four semesters, is undergoing maintenance for various areas that are damaged due to design problems. The Metzger Series, aimed at introducing Dickinson women to successful female alumnae, since it is considered that there are few female role models on...

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The Pew Memorial Trust is source of a recent grant that the College secured to help expand the College's computer system. The Panhellenic Council met last week to approve the formation of a fifth sorority. Boxers Ron Sing and Larry Russo will compete in the Eastern Conference Boxing Championship...

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The college adds a fifth sorority, Kappa Alpha Theta, after almost a year of discussion on whether or not to add another sorority. Once again the college faces over-enrollment, but Admissions director Larry Mench proclaims that due to room adjustments there will be no artificial crowding. The...

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Tri-Delta or Delta Delta Delta has become Dickinson's sixth sorority. A group of academic professionals, headed by Nancy Mellerski, are set to examine the College's investments. BACCHUS (Boost Alcohol Consciousness Concerning the Health of University Students) is sponsoring Alcohol Awareness...

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Students push for an Environmental Science major, but due to curriculum issues, it will not be offered at this time. The FBI have been searching United States libraries for potential Soviet agents. Members of the College community show disapproval over the sorority rush process, which some feel...

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Rumors arise at the College that Greek life is being removed due to other nearby colleges' removal of fraternities and sororities. GLAD (Gays and Lesbians at Dickinson) was recently formed at the College to provide support groups for "gays and lesbians and [to] educat[e] the college and...

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Controversy surrounds the Finance Committee's budget for the fraternities and sororities for the 1988-89 school year, and several anonymous threatening letters were sent to members of the Finance Committee. Beta Theta Pi reversed their decision to withdraw from the Inter-Fraternity Council due...

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Anonymous editors of the "Sheer Height Report," which is a play off of a real report called "Shere Hite," give an inaccurate study of Dickinson, poking fun at various topics such as senate budget, GLAD, the Greek system and housing. George Carlin, a well-know comedian, performed at the Kline...

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Students react to an "anti-Greek" letter called "Stop the Violence." A new Dining Service system was installed, which allowed upperclassmen to use an express lane to get their meals. Students perform a dramatic reading of John Updike's "Buchanan Dying." Two new Russian professors, Valentina...

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Professor Marvin Minsky of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) receives the Priestley Award and gives a lecture on artificial intelligence. Dickinson moves to improve its financial aid program with the newly conceived Grant Guarantee Plan. Article discusses fraternities and...

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This issue consists of articles on Sorority Rushing. Fiberglass Finding Nemo shark replica becomes a permanent campus fixture. Student Life becomes an independent division in an effort to more effectively serve students. Photographs on Fall Fest 2004. Hunger 2 Hope organization combines the...

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