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Professors Morris W. Prince and John F. Mohler join the faculty. The YWCA and YMCA hold a reception to welcome the new students. Separate Weekly Dickinsonian and monthly Dickinsonian publications planned for the year. New Bible study courses announced. The freshmen elect...

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Announcements of changes in the Dickinson College faculty. The Y. W. C. A. and Y. M. C. A. reception is held. Announcement of Y. M. C. A. devotional meeting. Obituary for student Oscar Webster, and senior Law School student Christian E. Lauer. Results of the Athletic Association elections are...

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The track team defeats Lehigh 71 to 55 in its opening match of the season. The Freshman baseball team defeats the Sophomores, thus revoking the "girl rule." Belles Lettres defeats UPS in the groups' intersociety informal debate and speech contest. Small improvements are made to college buildings...

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The Dickinson faculty are listed along with their C.V.s.  F. E. Craver denies the Carnegie Foundation's accusation that Dickinson subsidizes athletes beyond tuition costs.  Homecoming Weekend. 

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The basketball team wins in a game against Gettysburg. A German exchange student states his opinions of the college. Dr. Phillips Packer Elliott is to lead the Dickinson Week of Prayer. Five members of the faculty play in a basketball game. Omicron Delta Kappa presents a plan to form a new...

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A new German professor is hired. Skull and Key taps members for next year. The Men’s Glee Club sings at Carlisle High School. The Dickinson band elects new officers for next year. A column relates the German Nazis Party’s failings to change the colors of mail boxes and postal...

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The Class of 1948, the largest class in college history with 200 students, graduates. Four new faculty members, three professors of English and one professor of philosophy and religion, are hired for the fall semester. No Microcosm yearbook is published this year due to lack of funds. Phi Beta...

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The incoming freshmen made Dickinson history as the largest class ever- 310 freshmen matriculated after 1400 applications, coming from 15 states and 9 countries. Thirty new faculty members have joined Dickinson including Dean of Men Alan Coutts, college chaplain Reverend Mr. J. Artley, and...

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Approximately 19 new faculty members were added (either permanently or temporarily) to the departments of Chemistry, English, Physics, Economics, German, French, Mathematics, Music, Philosophy and Psychology. German Honor Society Delta Phi Alpha taps 8 students.

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Trustees appoint nine new faculty. The college chooses two graduate students for the new internship in student personnel. Two Freshmen Colloquiums investigate environmental problems. Eighteen Carlisle High School students will join the National Science Foundation funded LeTort Creek pollution...

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In this issue "The Dickinsonian" addresses the present tenure system and its unpopularity amongst faculty. New College Chaplain, John S. Reist Jr. has redefined the role of the chaplain to the College and the community. An article discusses whether or not unborn children have rights and asks for...

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Careless attitudes about alcohol and sex make men and women victims. College responds to rape with support and education. Needs assessment project examines Carlisle community problems. Students respond to professors survey. Concert Committee drags Violent Femmes from the '80s. Congressman Bill...

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