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Health staff discourages use of drugs designed to help students stay awake. AAUP evaluation of campus climate to take place in January. Dickinson's identification as a Christian college does not take away from its liberal arts mission. Library announces prize for senior with best book collection...

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This Dickinsonian opens with a story about a fire that destroyed several stores in Carlisle. The Student Rules Evaluation Committee voted to continue in order to improve social rules at Dickinson. WDCV programs are now on four days a week, four hours a day. Two guest editorials discussed chapel...

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A compromise is proposed to for Senate Resolution No. 1 Social Rules that would consist of allowing women in men's rooms one night a week, allowing alcoholic beverages downstairs at all times and requiring strict student enforcement. Mil Ball is to be crowned "Little Colonel." The powers of the...

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According to members of Dickinson's administration and the Carlisle community, town gown relations are improving. Professor Brubaker's freshman will present the 12th Annual freshman plays. The Interfraternity Council makes a statement that condemns the use of narcotics in fraternities. Robert...

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Dave Totaro assumed the role of Editor-in-Chief of the Dickinsonian. The Dana Foundation announced a $250,000 grant to Dickinson to support teaching. The Public Affairs Symposium explores the possibility of using television as a medium for their presentations. Two students were suspended from...

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Faculty adopt an anti-drug policy and revise the calendar to make a five day week. Faculty members were accused by students and library staff of abusing library lending policies. The Pan Hellenic Council will sponsor Skits and a "Fabulous Fifties" formal. Dr. Marshall Nirenberg is set to receive...

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The Agency for International Development held an interview with President Rubendall and Editor-in-Chief of the Dickinsonian David Totaro, during which Totaro was allowed to see the inside of the "White Building" next to South Campus. AID confirmed that the building was being used as a safe house...

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Henry Sorrett introduced a motion at the weekly Student Senate meeting to abolish the fraternity system at Dickinson. Former Dickinson Dean of Men N. Ronald Pease was named Dean of Students at the University of Pittsburgh. The College Social Chairman surveyed the student body in order to see how...

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New York Times Columnist James B. Reston spoke at commencement. Charges of slander were leveled against Clarke W. Garrett, who reportedly made comments about Larry J. Warner in one of his classes. Gen. Harold K. Johnson is set to address ROTC graduates. David F. Brubaker received the Lindback...

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The facts and figures of the revised budget are presented to faculty. SAE allows women to be social members in a fraternity for the first time. Student Senate will contribute to the tree fund by matching one quarter of the student funds raised with senate funding. The Senate voted to allow $100...

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The topic of the Public Affairs Symposium will be "The Invasion of Privacy in a Computerized Society." Members of the Parents Advisory Council Committee express definitive views on drugs, pass/fail, and college governance. The newly created Grievance Committee is operational. Night Owl, a...

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Dean of College bans pets from campus. Prof. George Allan's "Rage of Aquarius" sermon is presented. Christopher Parkening to perform classical guitar concert. Members of administration, faculty, students, and others to create case study in order to "examine the College's progress over the past...

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Former Presidential Press Secretary Jerald terHorst and prominent Washington attorney Max Kampelman have been selected to speak at this year's Public Affairs Symposium. A reduction in administrative personnel is proposed at the most recent faculty meeting. The College Annual Giving Office holds...

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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 issue, students are angry over Professor Dennis Klinge's denial of tenure and some formed an organization, the Committee to Retain Klinge, to protest against it. Another committee, the Mediation Committee, is currently deciding whether to reconsider tenure for Professors Dennis Klinge...

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After less than a year of searching, Dickinson hired Dr. A. Lee Fritschler as the new president of Dickinson College. Fraternities speak out against what they felt were unfair replacements of furniture in dorms compared to fraternity houses. Drug use on campus is discussed and a student survey...

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College creates courses for Women's Studies certificate. Physical Plant addresses high radon levels on campus. Bruce Hare speaks about prejudices. Mermaid Players perform "Life is a Dream"; Ashley Smith and Susan Crowell perform well. WDCV College radio airs in stereo. George Obermeier becomes...

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Crime rises as Safety and Security come under fire. Mike Yonas inspires compassion with Homelessness sculpture. Crunch time proves fatal for Computer rooms in the HUB, Bosler, and James Center. College graduates seek service work in bleak job market. The Spahr Library's Morris Room, not just for...

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