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Students demonstrate in front of President Rubendall's house concerning the faculty decision to forbid any rushing activities and, more broadly, the movement for greater student privileges. Another demonstration, begun over the architecture controversy sparked by Professor John Cutler's October...

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President Rubendall's response to the November 9 demonstration in which he pledges action. Assistant Professor of Economics Arun K. Datta returns to India after being accused of being a "security risk" by the federal government. Theodore Bikel to perform at Carlisle Junior High School. Student...

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Sigma Chi relinquished their President's Cup that they had received earlier in the fall in protest of new administration policies, including policies regarding the placement of students on faculty committees and, most significantly, a raise in student fees. Members of the African American...

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The College store begins to market tear gas. Charles Coleman Seller, historian and librarian emeritus of the College, passes away. Draft protest raises consciousness. Due to book theft, the library plans to install an alarm system. A centerpiece outlines a Senate election report. Sports profile...

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President of the Puerto Rico Statehood Student Association, Kenneth D. McClintock speaks about statehood for Puerto Rico. Following the draft protests, student and faculty have a teach-in. Progression group protests the J.P. Stevens' labor violations and encourages a boycott of their products....

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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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US Supreme Court Justice Harry Blackmun addresses "the changing of the guard" at ATS. Protesters maintain vigil for God to "deal" Justice Blackmun. Riots, film galvanize black empowerment. Accident claims the life of college employee; injures another. Devil's Den usurps the condom machine....

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Examination of reprinted classroom material underway. Honor code proposal earns Senate approval. Carlisle ex-con Willie Nesmith's release causes campus anxiety. Students travel to D.C.'s Rally For Women's Lives. Writers Helena Maria Viramontes, Ana Castillo, and Roberta Fernández speak at...

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Holocaust survivor, Bob Behr visits Dickinson. Campus issues are discusses at the "Can We Talk" event. Article outlines the campus reaction to Osama bin Laden's death. Men's Golf finishes fourth at the Centennial Conference Championships. Men's Lacrosse wins the Centennial Conference. Track also...

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