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Mrs. Meredith, Dean of Women, speaks about issues on campus. Debate Squad begins preparations of debate season. College Orchestra takes part in chapel services. Mix up causes freshmen, rather than seniors to get first choice in housing selection.

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The Campus Chest drive opens with the goal of raising $3,000 to be distributed to six organizations. Seven students, including one woman, are elected to the Phi Beta Kappa honorary fraternity. A survey of the African-American community in Carlisle shows as a whole they lack access to adequate...

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In this issue of the Dickinsonian Alpha Psi Omega taps 6 seniors. Prof. Edward Rothstein receives his doctor's degree in sociology. Belles Lettres present "The Last Ten Days". Trustees approve loan for new student residences. Dean Roger E. Nelson rescinded the order prohibiting freshmen to...

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Party candidates weigh in for the coming Student Senate campaign. Action party announces qualification of its slate, the New United Party states its platform of change. The Trustees Executive committee met to discuss Student housing, fraternity quadrangle propose. Students call for student...

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New United and Action parties present platforms. The Student Rules Evaluation Committee revises rules for off campus parties, and fraternity visiting hours. Horlacher holds first meeting to give details on the Fraternity Quadrangle. Articles on Ray Charles' upcoming concert and Ray Charles...

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Priestley award goes to Dr. W. Maurice Ewing of Columbia University, Geophysicist. Malcolm Reports Dickinson's progress is on improvement. Senior Fred Richardson reserves Woodrow Wilson award for chemistry research. John Dingee takes over as Senate president. Loan from the federal Community...

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Allshouse resigns as Associate Dean. Highlights from the most recent faculty committee meeting are given. The Academic Program Committee will hold an open hearing on the College Calendar. The red devil's basketball team beats previously undefeated PMC. Developments continue in the fraternity...

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Prof. Andrews heads a discussion for faculty and students on what qualifies as campus disruption and what can be done about it. The debate on fraternity housing continues as more potential solutions are presented. The Social Affairs Committee offers alternatives to the dilemma. Dr. Kellogg...

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Student Senate has been very busy in an attempt to clear its agenda before next week's discussion of housing--approving a change in registration, endorsing a proposal to revise the grading system, redefining fraternities, and setting the date of all-college elections. The Ad-Hoc subcommittee on...

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President Nixon's new "Draft Lottery" system is questioned and debated. President Rubendall makes a decision on fraternity housing. A fraternity must gather a total of 44 people to retain the privilege of assigning living spaces on the third floor of its residence hall. Not reaching that number...

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The college takes measures to fight local pollution; specifically against dumping at Letort marsh. Five Dickinson law students demand a hearing after the Dickinson College tries to force them to pay for the ROTC program. Composer John Cage receives the 1970 College Arts Award. A schedule and...

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Student Senate discards the group housing proposal. A revised College Committee structure is approved. An open hearing is granted to ROTC. The personnel committee adopts new procedures for faculty evaluation. A Byrds performance is announced as part of the Spring Weekend entertainment. The New...

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Norval Reece campaigns on campus for a Democratic Senate seat. A student referndum on ROTC will be presented by Student Senate. The ROTC debate continues with the main issues being the moral question of weather ROTC should be on Dickinson campus, the academic question of if military science...

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414 incoming freshman are welcomed. The resulting budget changes after the Allenberry conference are published. According to a study conducted by Tufts University, coed housing is safe and more natural than gender separated housing. Dickinson welcomes multiple new faculty members in a variety of...

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Student Senate defeats a resolution to limit spending on the annual Christmas Dinner. The student store The Common Exchange is set to open. East College will house the humanities departments starting the next semester. Students will be traveling to Africa to volunteer with Operation Crossroads...

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Dean Hawkins will leave his post as college Dean. An open hearing held on graduation requirements examines four proposals made by the Academic Program Committee--1. "A student must complete and pass 34 courses with a cumulative average of 2.00" 2. "Students who have been admitted as degree...

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Student Senate announces nominations for president and other offices. The trustee meeting focuses on possible renovation of Morgan Hall, construction of a new residence hall, and the five-year budget projections. Ralph Nader will speak at the Public Affairs Symposium which explores public "...

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The Student Senate hears two housing reports; one from Dean Markwood and one by the Ad Hoc Committee on Fraternity Housing. They also examined registration procedures. Multiple faculty members will be leaving or going on sabbatical. A team of twelve students with a faculty adviser will carry out...

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Student Senate discusses housing issues, the Governance proposal, and budget for the Microcosm in a detailed progress report. May Day movement members will march on the army war college. Nominations are opened for positions on the Institutional Priorities and Resources Committee, Academic...

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In the Social Hall, trustees hear opinions on housing from independent and fraternity men. At a Senate meeting, Dean Gillespie presents enforcement of controversial "pet policy" while Student Senate continues to oppose it. Dr. Phillip Gustafson wins Glover Award. Women's Group forms. Those Hog...

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An amended version of the Steiner-Backer resolution for special interest housing is adopted by faculty giving special interest groups clearly affiliated with an academic program housing priority. Allan continues to defend the abolition of Dean's List. Student body officer elections result in...

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In this edition, the College faces dorm problems because of over enrollment by the largest freshman class in Dickinson's history. New provisions have been made for student housing, such as a building on West Louther Street that has been leased to house upper class women. A new switchboard has...

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In this edition, the school guarantees that there will be no housing shortage this year since four new houses have been leased on West Louther and Church Street. A rising interest in sororities caused a fourth sorority, Kappa Kappa Gamma, to be established on campus. Gaylor Barham, the minority...

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Twenty-three upperclassmen are bumped from their rooms in Adams Hall to compensate for over-enrollment in the freshman class. Carlisle officials remove a mid-block crosswalk in front of the Boyd Lee Spahr Library. A freshman student recounts her experiences in the Nicaraguan Civil War. The girls...

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In this edition, overenrollment plagues the College again, spurring many new renovations and additions to buildings on campus. The freshman enrollment this year has set the record. The tradition of stealing the mermaid atop of the cupola has been changed to a race to find a hidden red devil....

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