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Alumni plan publication of "The Dickinson Alumnus", a new alumni paper to be published monthly. Three women from the College as well as two other Carlisle residents suffer injuries after assault by "acid throwers". Dramatic Club plans season. Professor Norcross elected head of Pennsylvania...

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According to research of Vassar professor, Benjamin Rush was forerunner to French in system of autosuggestion. Basketball team defeats Penn, breaking their six game winning streak. Extension Board to run annual campaign for funds to support continuing work in China. Thieves rob Theta Chi...

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Phi Beta Kappa honor society to celebrate anniversary in 1926. Faculty delays vote on honor code, unlikely to go into effect for mid-years; students voice opinions on the code. Report of an intruder in Metzger Hall, the girl's dormitory. Dean of Women Josephine Meredith "grabbed a revolver and...

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Helen Dickey is elected president of Women's Student Government Association, and Francis Yard is elected YWCA president, both unanimously. Cheerleader E. Huber Jessop is held up. Tribunal finds twelve men guilty of not moving bleachers. William M. Gilbert and Elwood J. Disque receive fellowships...

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Five Dickinson fraternities robbed. Old biology rooms in Denny Hall to be converted into new rooms for female students. FDR's pastor and 1900 alum of the College Rev. Howard Wilkinson visits campus.

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Student Senate stops delegation on the election of officers until the following academic year, focusing instead on the budget and changes to the freshman rules. Religious leader and author Henry Emerson Fosdick is announced as the commencement speaker. The first all-student art exhibit is set to...

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In this edition, four break-ins occurred in campus dorms, three in the Whole Earth House and one at the Kappa Sigma fraternity house. The College enforced its "no pet" policy after finding several students, including a fraternity, housing cats and dogs. Starting this year, the College will make...

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Thefts and burglaries on campus try students' patience, despite a 10% overall decrease in crime rate. Fullbright Scholar Jean-Marie Crouzatier studies at Dickinson, highlights Dickinson's new center in Toulouse. President reviews college improvements since 1980 in curriculum, social life, and...

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Snack Bar reopens after delays in renovation push construction into October. Snack Bar exterior still uncompleted as of publish date. Controversy elicited by Red hats, in style similar to those of Wheel and Chain, Raven's Claw, given to campus R.A.s. Hats not to be worn on campus, but are to...

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A memorial service was held for students Christine Allison Major, who died of cancer and John Joseph Buonocore, who was killed by terrorists in Rome. Both passed away over Christmas break. Newly elected Inter-Fraternity Council members are as follows: Michael Hoffman, president, Tom Monaghan,...

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ROTC students reflect upon possibility of serving in Persian Gulf War. Annual budget passes smoothly. While some students return early from studying in Bologna due to terrorism and war issues, enrollment in study-abroad programs remains strong. Rally for Peace confronts Persian Gulf War. Housing...

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Speaker relates his personal experience with HIV for World AIDS Day. Office of Safety and Security sponsors bicycle registration in light of the growing problem of bicycle theft on campus. College continues its search for a new Dean. Sophomores now eligible for RA positions. Holiday tree giving...

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Shoplifting incident compels the Bookstore to seek more elaborate countermeasures against theft. Financial aid spending threatens reserve funds. Nobel Prize winner and former president of Costa Rica, Oscar Arias Sanchez, addresses the college. Students fast to relieve pains of hunger around the...

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Dickinson remains strong in financial crisis. Students rush the vote. Students worry as crime rates appear to rise. Clarke Forum hosts discussion on Bangalore. 

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