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This edition features discussions about Jimmy Carter and his recent Democratic nomination. Women's athletic programs have been now offering their participants more variety, as both Women's Volleyball and Field Hockey will be offered in the Fall. Professor Sylvester Kohut Jr., of the Psychology-...

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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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The College threatens to not renew the leases of Phi Kappa Sigma and Kappa Sigma fraternities if their conduct does not change. The All-College Student Affairs and Services Committee will begin an extensive examination of the role that alcohol plays on campus over the next few weeks. A biography...

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College Treasurer James Nicholson resigns to pursue other career interests. College addresses issue of noise pollution from fraternities on campus, students living in Carlisle. Causes controversy among Inter-Fraternity Council members and Residential Life officials. Committee on Human Rights in...

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Two more Dining Services administrators resign under controversial circumstances. Fraternities implementing dry rush policy. Handicap accessibility of the college is inventoried. Students annoyed with long lines at the dining hall. Study facilities are called for after midnight. Freshman...

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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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The State of Pennsylvania and Dickinson college enact new alcohol policies. Summer renovations of Holland-Union Building. Leslie Poolman, Janet Cox, and Judy Bennett join faculty. Neil Weissman becomes dean. Select Committee formed to examine effect of Greek Life on campus life. Francis Crick...

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Select Committee hears testimony on Greek Life. Alumni consider feasibility of a Dickinson Inn. Bicentennial Forum on the presidential campaign discusses negative campaigning. Panhellenic Council provides an independent advisor and a Greek advisor to each rushee. Peace Action Network...

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Select Committee proposes major changes to Greek Life in regard to housing and length of the rushing and pledging periods. Freshman injured on crosswalk outside of HUB. Maryland Congresswoman speaks at convocation, receives honorary degree. Biddle House basement is deemed an unsuitable living...

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Faculty endorses Select Committee Report on Greek Life by nearly unanimous vote. Residential Life allows Sigma Alpha Epsilon members to return to Biddle House basement. Registered parties now to be checked at random by campus police in accordance to the College's alcohol policy.

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Extra. Student Senate, IFC and Panhel organize campus-wide sit-in to protest Senior Management Group's decision to limit kegerator use. Students call into question the governance of the College.

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Student Senate holds student body referendum in ATS to discuss the Select Committee Report on Greek Life. Dickinson College Children's Center is established. Carlisle resident falls through grating near Snar entrance of HUB landing in the basement suffering moderate injuries. Area is currently...

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Freshman Steven Butterworth dies from major head injuries after falling out of a 3rd story window at the Alpha Chi Rho fraternity the night before. All campus alcohol related activities banned indefinitely. IFC suspends all membership privileges to the fraternity pending further investigation....

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Approximately 20 Dickinson Students join thousands of others from across the country in Washington, D.C. to participate in a march and rally to generate voter support for the homeless in the United States. Trustees to convene at regular meeting, Select Committee Report to be heavily discussed....

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College Board of Trustees vote to adopt a resolution endorsing the Select Committee Report on Greek Life. Official investigation into student's death is completed. In light of charges brought against Alpha Chi Rho for their involvement in the accident, the fraternity pleads guilty and the...

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College faculty rescinds ban on student alcohol-related activities, suspends all Rush activities for the remainder of the Fall semester. All classes and College activities suspended for Declare Day. SASC to vote on a revision of the Alcohol Policy. Camp Hill prisoners riot. Magician Kevin...

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SASC, IFC and Panhel discuss the suspension of Rush. College community fasts for Oxfam benefit. Dickinson students participate in pro-choice rally in Washington, DC. Choir and Jazz perform in their annual Concert of Vocal and Instrumental Jazz. DTG presents their fall dance concert, "New...

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Faculty approves SASC rush resolution. Faculty votes in favor of the establishment of a common hour. Results of Declare Day announced by Committee. SASC discusses changes to College alcohol policy. Controversy over WDCV's talk show "Speak Your Peace."

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SASC subcommittee discusses and proposes changes to recognition draft in open forum discussion with students, faculty, and staff. Changes to be discussed at a later date. Housing Board issues final decisions for group housing in the 1990-1991 academic year. Butterworths hire private...

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College interviewing candidates for new "Multicultural Scholar-in-Residence" position. New housing plan calls for integration of the incoming freshman class with upperclassmen in coed housing. SASC adopts student comments and recommendations proposed in open forum. Finance Committee presents...

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Housing forum discusses Greek Life housing situations in light of empty beds in fraternity houses. Peace Action Group founded in response to situation in the Middle East. Eaken Piano Trio performs on campus. Bookstore buy-back fairness examined. Middle East crisis comes into focus on campus.

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Gulf War-inspired Silent Vigil for Peace takes place at town square. Health Center notes increased illness among students. Controversy over Senior Class President Mark Broadhurst resolved. 1991 Multicultural Fair and Black/African American Arts Festival begin. Men's basketball team advances to...

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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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Forum addresses the "Stop the Violence" controversy surrounding fraternities. Greek students adjust to first year of sophomore rush period. Cafeteria renovations planned to occur over winter break. Parents weekend to feature a book discussion. Review of Public Enemy's "Return of the Hard", HBO's...

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More students than expected vote in senate elections. Record number of students who applied for off campus housing are denied. Bud Shaw, alumnus and activist, dies of AIDS. Students attend an abortion rights march in Washington, D.C. Symposium to be held to discuss the future of Cuba. Students...

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