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Plans for the 1932 edition of the Mircocosm include a Scottish motif, professional artwork and a section about intramural sports. The German Scholarship fund collected under the guidance of the German Department will be even larger this year so that the recipient will be able to travel...

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"Bachelors Bend," a production by the Dickinson Follies opens tonight at the Carlisle High School auditorium. The Alumni Committee and the Faculty Fraternity Relations Committee are meeting to discuss potential changes to the fraternity system at Dickinson. A computing laboratory is being opened...

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Librarian Yates Forbis completes plan for a student book walk to transfer books from Bosler Hall to the new Spahr Library. Jerry Weiner reports on Six Day War in Israel after three and a half week tour of Sinai Peninsula. $7,000 worth of type-setting machinery purchased by The Dickinsonian to...

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Three separate incidents involving violence directed against Dickinson students and personnel by local Carlisle youths occurred over the past week, resulting in new security precautions taken by Dickinson campus police, including a second patrolman for the night guard and two way radios for...

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The Student Senate unanimously reaffirms it stand for a unicameral all-College legislative body. Faculty approves two Consortium programs which will make study possible at the Mysore Institute through programs at the India Institute as well as in Harrisburg for the Harrisburg Urban Semester....

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Sir Hugh Stott Taylor, first Priestley Award recipient, passes away. The Institutional Priorities and Resources Committee plans to install a computer terminal in the library. Historian William Goetzmann to speak at College. Increased popularity of tennis creates need for College to alter court...

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Trustees approve budget allocations. Groups including The National Federation of State Poetry Societies are to visit Dickinson this summer. Michael K. O'Heeron, Jr., head of computer operations, predicts greater future applications of computers in the classroom.

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Students have mixed feelings on the large number of "outsiders" studying on campus this summer; specifically from the international auditing and accounting firm. The College looses many of its elm trees to Dutch Elm disease. M. Charles Seller is announced as Presidential Assistant. A review and...

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Library considers altering its honor system after thousands of dollars have been estimated in stolen books. Homer Holland's death does not change drinking ban in HUB. The "future of computing is up in the air" at College, as its IBM 1130 and Interdata 7/32 prove to be financially unwieldy. Eric...

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Pres. Banks confirms divestment of College's Interdata 7/32 computer. College to co-host Presidency's Sixth Annual Leadership Symposium. To reduce deficit, College cuts Library's budget. Editorial cartoons related to James Buchanan will be featured in Library's May Morris Room. WDCV is set to...

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Dr. John Harris, Jr. and Samuel Witwer, Jr. chosen as College Trustees. Prof. Marjorie Fitzpatrick helps obtain French-Canadian literature for Library. Prof. Eugene Rosi begins work for Office of Health, Education and Welfare in D.C. College installs PDP 1155 computer. Pres. Sam Banks...

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Fund raising has begun for the new gymnasium, where a sign already stands marking the location of the site.The ad hoc Senate committee has decided to open the closed dining hall due to dissatisfaction amongst students with the program. The College's phone system has been modified due to students...

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Ben Bova speaks at PAS, Dr. Louis Steven Goldman (Lehigh University) talks about impact of computers, Lady mud wrestlers in Harrisburg, Richard Moberg (Drexel University) speaks at PAS on the "Role of Computers in Medicine", Panel discussion of computers at Dickinson, Dr. Arthur Miller (Harvard)...

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New computer and writing centers in the HUB basement have been built to provide additional places for students to work. The PEER (Program for Enrichment, Education and Recreation) Program has been going strong in the Carlisle area since 1968 and provides employment opportunities for students....

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Political groups growing and prospering on campus. Dr. Arthur R. Shuman discusses proposed changes to state alcohol laws and alcohol culture at colleges. College to upgrade telecommunications system. Dickinson Investment Alliance student group pursues portfolio. Fight in quad involved a non-...

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Dr. Ralph Abernathy, a close friend of Martin Luther King Jr. and a leader in the Montgomery, Alabama bus boycott of 1955-56, spoke at the Multicultural Fair and Black Arts Festival. A new cataloging system called, 'AutoCat,' has recently been installed in the library to allow easier searching...

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Approximately 1000 student demonstrators gather on Weiss lawn in support of Committee on Student Voice's proposals and to discuss other concerns. Senior Management Group endorses proposal to have a student position in the administration. Budget stifles cafeteria plans proposed in Select...

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Judy Gill chosen as director of the Writing Center. Carlisle Police arrest campus intruder. 1992-93 budget eliminates stipend for freshman seminar instruction. IBM computer owners prepare for Michelangelo computer virus. Number of African-American students on campus declines as diversity is...

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Crime rises as Safety and Security come under fire. Mike Yonas inspires compassion with Homelessness sculpture. Crunch time proves fatal for Computer rooms in the HUB, Bosler, and James Center. College graduates seek service work in bleak job market. The Spahr Library's Morris Room, not just for...

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Student Senate faces a deficit of over $30,000 due to a book keeping error. Native American couple Archie and Ramona Mason, from the Osage and Mvskoke tribes respectively, present "Images of a People: A Presentation of native American Life" discussing their cross-cultural marriage. The Woman's...

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Rebecca Walker hosts a presentation on "Becoming the Third Wave," a rally to modern advances in feminism. The Student Senate looks into establishing an honor code. Delta Delta Delta hosts a seminar promoting crime awareness. Hank Nuwer gives a presentation on the dangers of hazing based on his...

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Alum snatches college web name. Fake tickets to Wyclef Jean minimal. Student Senate and administration approve new social space with snack bar. Greek life to undergo changes in 2000. Student senate letters of intent for 2000-2001. Earth week events set. Cogan Fellows share experiences. Dean...

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Hate emails addressed. Will Napster be banned at Dickinson? New senior formal policies unveiled. ROTC unveils spring field training exercise. Drinkinsonian: Durden's Double Life. Look at those sexy legs. Bate Noice's best beer quotes. Telescope in need of repairs. Dickinson needs a new dress...

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Apology issued to former Dean George Allan by Associate Dean Jo Anne Brown over article by David L. Kirp critiquing Dickinson in the 1990s. Usage of the Quarry discussed. File Sharing at Dickinson examined. The Corigliano Quartet visits campus. Professor Steven Lichtman serves one year in...

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Campus survey reflects importance of library to students. Master classes for student musicians provide different opportunity to get feedback on performance. Plans approved to install webcams across campus. Track and Field continues to break records.

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