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Dr. W. Wright Kirk selected as Chairman ad interim of Department of Modern Languages. Evaluation to be conducted by University Senate of the Methodist Church. Josiah Kline leaves an undisclosed amount of money to the college. Debate begins over relocation of Rush statue. Student protests result...

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In this issue of the Dickinsonian the college begins its 190th year. The construction of the new girl's dormitory is two months ahead of schedule. Dr. Angiolillo joins the faculty as chairman of the language department. The opera "Cosi Fan Tutte" to be performed by the Turnau Opera Players....

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Annual Priestley Day discussed. Musicians Anton Kuerti and Michael Tree to perform. President Howard Rubendall praises Dickinson Endowment Fund. Speaker H. L. Buurman of the Information Service of South Africa defends apartheid. Henry Steele Commager and William T.R. Fox to speak. Dr. Donald...

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In this issue, an assembly of students met and overwhelmingly voted in favor of petitioning the school for changes in the current Social Rules. An editorial reaffirms this sentiment. Dickinson's College Bowl team beat St. Francis. The school is planning two new dormitories. Students voice their...

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Dave Brubeck Quartet is slated to perform this Friday night in the Carlisle Senior High School gymnasium. Eric Rundbaken will take over duties as the news editor for the Dickinsonian for the remainder of the semester. Phi Epsilon Pi puts on Fall Auto Rallye. United Telephone Company proposes a...

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A rumored change in Dickinson's food service provoked a student outcry. Dean Gillespie has announced Thomas W. Carver as the new Dean of Men. John Bakeless is set to lecture on Thomas Conrad at the Spahr Library on April 5 at 8 P.M. 20 students were selected to be part of the Center for...

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Due to a possible budget cut by the Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency towards higher education, the College has about $70,000 at stake if the $300 million dollar fund is cut by the state. The College commission seeks to improve women's status both on campus, in the classroom and...

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In this issue, the new coffeehouse in the Kisner-Woodward Roundroom has opened under the jurisdiction of the Adams Basement Coffeehouse (ABC) Steering Committee. Bruce Wall Jr. was named the new Dean of Residential Services. The idea of a 14-meal, no breakfast plan in addition to the 21-meal...

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A recent Food Service survey showed that 54% of the campus disagrees with the amount of money they pay for their meal plan. An ad-hoc Food Service committee is now working at improving the food quality and diversity. Questions were brought forth by students about a small white building that is...

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In this edition nominations for Student Senate president, vice-president and treasurer are being circulated. A vegetarian meal plan is now offered to any student and the Food Committee is currently testing new products to placate the students' disapproval with cafeteria foods. Students continue...

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In this edition, off-campus study is becoming explored by students in Bologna, Colombia, I.E.S., India, Appalachia, Israel, THUS, Washington D.C. And CPC. Students brainstorm ideas to attract more people to the K.W. Roundroom coffeehouse. Students are also investigating food waste in the...

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Fund raising has begun for the new gymnasium, where a sign already stands marking the location of the site.The ad hoc Senate committee has decided to open the closed dining hall due to dissatisfaction amongst students with the program. The College's phone system has been modified due to students...

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Trustees approve increase in tuition cost. The Panhellenic Council eliminates fall rush. A pond and a sun deck will be added to the Kline Center. Michael J. Netto, director of Food Service, completes first year of residency at Dickinson having implemented many changes. Professor Dennis Akin...

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In this edition, at least sixteen faculty members expressed with a petition a wish to end the pass/fail option. Professors Alan Kranz and Ann Mathews will be living on campus in student dorms due to the overcrowding on campus. A misprint in the College's catalogs cost around $4,000 to reprint. A...

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Nancy Lindgren, director of the Holland Union Building, and Dean Kremer, Student Senate president, have been clashing over misinformation on when Student Senate elections should be and their discrepancies have caused quite a stir on campus. A sub-committee has been created to examine the College...

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Construction costs covered by bond issue. Flex plan upgraded. Visibility key to college's success. Politicians running for the 19th congressional seat to debate at ATS. Laundry prices criticized. Power rip plays at the Depot. Three cheers for "Bring It On".

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Campus alcohol issues discussed. Concerns voiced over crosswalk safety. David Kaczynski to speak on campus concerning justice and the use of the death penalty. Kevin Martin addresses changes to The Quarry.

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This issue consists of further articles discussing Michael Moore's upcoming visit on October 6th. Discussion on the rise in Dining Services prices. Possibility of Warner Bros Network being included on student television networks. Upcoming Clark Center Event on Israeli-Palestinian relations....

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Ian McEwan accepts the Stellfox award, inspires young authors. The Hockey team looks to improve its reputation. Students ask for changes to dining hours. Students join a peace rally in Washington D.C. Writer's Block Club emphasizes diversity. Information Technology cracks down on violations of...

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