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Students create a paper recycling program. Both the editor-in-chief and associate editor of the Dickinsonian suddenly resign due to a "clash of principle." William S. Masland is appointed president of the Board of Trustees. An explosion and subsequent fire during an organic chemistry class...

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Pre-Law Society reforms into Dickinson Society of Law and Justice. Dickinsonians Advocating Resourcefulness with our Environment (DARE) expands recycling program to include computer paper. Junior Bill Gillet liaisons between Red Cross administration and swimming instructors.

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College hosts community event in response to KKK rally. Sexual assaults reported on campus. Prowler targets campus. Campus social space nearing completion. Recycling at 20%. Napster use limited. Bookstore features lower prices. Common Hour to feature Chinese art and politics. CAEC evicts...

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Snowstorm cancels classes for first time since 1983. Dickinson introduces outdoor recycling receptacles. Albert Bartlett gives Glover Memorial Lecture on population growth and energy supply. Department of Theater and Dance presents "Goodnight Desdemona, Good Morning Juliet" with Mermaid Players...

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The Underground experiences a cut in hours due to a shortage in workers and lack of business late at night, upsetting many students. The building at 25/27 West High Street is acquired by the college to be transformed into senior apartments. Three fraternity houses are demolished to make way for...

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