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Representatives from the Architects Collaborative plan to visit the campus Dec. 11-12 to interview students and begin planning for the new Fine Arts Center. US Congressman Edward Biester is slated to speak on law at College and Law School on Dec. 7. Dickinsonian to meet WDCV members in annual...

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Students and Faculty traveling to India stop over in London before flying Air India to India. Coeds at the college opposed the pope's ruling against contraceptive pills. The National Science Foundation granted $171,500 to Dickinson for research. Carlisle residents were split over the issue of...

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Students on the year-long Bologna program returned to campus with resident director Prof. Eugene Rossi, while a new group is sailing to Bologna to start their year-long program with Prof. Paul Angiolillo. Charlotte's Web, a rock band made up of Dickinson students is receiving acclaim for their...

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Student senate chooses its nominees for '70. The popularity of Dickinson's study abroad program grows. The new calendar will provide for a reading-exam period. A negative review of the Student Senate Film "Symphonine Pastorale" is given and compared to Dickinson's boring lull. Interest in...

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Senate approves a proposal for coed living units in Todd and Mathews houses with the first two floors for men and the rest for women. SDS questions business manager Bloodgood on campus working conditions and wages. The College receives a federal grant providing for community service and...

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Pass/ fail options, freshmen grades, and general grading systems are discussed at an open hearing held by the Academic Standards Committee who are currently evaluating the grading system. An IPR subcommittee proposes to implement a college legislative body consisting of faculty, students, and...

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The Committee on Institutional Priorities and Resources sets guideline on residency period. WDCV begins to rebroadcast after a two-and-a-half week suspension. In Dana Hall, three Michael Snow films to be presented by the Film Society. The Mermaid Players to perform The Rimers of Eldritch...

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Debates on student services and admissions highlight the Senate meeting. A WDCV poll shows Eugene McGovern ahead of Pres. Nixon in student voter replies. Alumnus Stuart Pankin is highlighted as a participant in the upcoming Young Artists-in-Residence week. The Social Hall sees the Great Debate...

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The Board of Trustees voted unanimously "in favor of implementation of the proposals put forth by the Task Team on College/Fraternity Relations." There are more articles discussing the Presidential race between Jimmy Carter and President Gerald Ford.The Central Pennsylvania Consortium offers...

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An 86-year-old tradition was revived at Dickinson, with the inter-society debates between the Belles Lettres and the Union Philosophical Society. A study abroad trip to England is offered for the summer with a focus in Astronomy and Geology. A report was published in the paper by the Task Force...

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This edition features an article on the study abroad program in Bologna, Italy. There is an ongoing search for a new Dean at the College. At the Open Forum of "The Dickinsonian," students voiced strong opinions in support of a boycott against the mistreatment of J. P Stevens workers.

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In this edition Maryanne Cunningham, the Coordinator of Housing and Programs, has decided to leave her position due to curtailing and redefining of her job. Students in Bologna experience political unrest while studying abroad. The Admissions Office has begun a more intense recruitment program...

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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, 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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Dickinsonians fast for Oxfam organization. After being closed for years, the Peoples Republic of China reopens its borders to American travelers, allowing Dickinson students to schedule a trip. Professor of History at Stanford, Dr. Barton J. Bernstein gives a talk on the Cuban Missile Crisis....

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The members of Alpha Delta Epsilon sorority decide to affiliate instead with Gamma Phi Beta. Action is taken after "special effects" powder causes an explosion at the Sigma Chi fraternity house. President Samuel A. Banks announces the formation of the Task Force on Student Life. Professor Neil...

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the Public Affairs Symposium's topic this year was "Human Rights" and the keynote speaker this year was Hodding Carter III, former Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs. Candidates for Student Senate are featured in an article. Dave Levitt studied abroad in various locations in the Far...

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Student Immersion programs are currently being developed in Spain, France, and Germany. The Women's Center, at 222 Church Street, will open March 1st to provide lectures and exhibits focused on feminists issues. The Mermaid Players productions of Chamber Music and The Day The Whores Came Out to...

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The Dickinsonian continues its series on the "Social Studies Gap." Dickinson prepares to mark the 100th anniversary of the opening of Tome Scientific Building, with the year-long theme "Science and the Liberal Arts." Hillel awarded the William Haber Award for its efforts to bring awareness to...

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Dickinson announces a 9.9% tuition increase to meet rising costs of institutional improvements. Students studying off campus run into a number of problems on return, chiefest among them the disorganization of course registration. College receives $1 million grant from the National Endowment for...

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Students at the College raised money for Program for Education Enrichment and Recreation (PEER) and United Way at Fall Fest, a talent show. The Health Center has recently hired its first gynecologist, Nancy Taylor, rather than before where they just offered gynecological advice. An article...

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Greek Week, sponsored by the College's Interfraternity and Panhellenic Councils, will raise money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Women's Track and Field will compete in the Middle Atlantic Conference. The Men's Soccer team has been fundraising for a four-week trip to Australia.

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Condoms to be distributed at the health center. College Police called to the Quad, shut down parties for underage drinking, uncooperative behavior. Faculty concerned about Greek life and sciences. Panel of experts discuss affirmative action. Disputes about smoke detectors in the townhouses...

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President Fritchler sings the praises of liberal arts colleges in his inauguration speech. Problem with laundry facilities recognized by the administration. Professors enhance Dickinson's study abroad programs. Dean Carmen Neuberger addresses concerns and policies. College presidents...

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Former college student Scott W. Sinning, '87, is suing campus administrators, the Alpha Chi Rho fraternity, the Borough of Carlisle, Carlisle Chief of Police Frank Giordano, and two Carlisle Police Officers after being shot in the right eye by a pellet gun. Students that took part in the Malaga...

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