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The Ad Hoc Committee on Student Personnel Services meets to acquire "more feedback...especially from students." Michael D. Hall and others are to participate in the Young Artists-in-Residence Program. Meyer Rheinhold will give the Morgan Lecture in Classics at an "unprecedented two-day...

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Trustees rescind the 60-40 male-female admissions ratio and name the newly-built dormitory after trustee Gibbs McKenney and his wife. Richard Orr is elected president of the Student Senate. Matthew Miller introduces a resolution in defense of students "in cases of alleged faculty injustices." At...

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Philip Abelson accepts the Priestley Award and speaks on "The Emerging Energy Crisis." Sheila Tobias is to speak on the dual role of women in society. Highlighting the Science for Survival Symposium is a panel discussion in ATS. Leo Marx, the Phi Beta Kappa scholar, is to speak on American...

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Faculty approves the formation of the Student Academic Grievance Board. Students engineer a boycott on meat. Sheila Tobias presents a talk on the dual role of women. The American Association of University Professors (AAUP) features a document on "Freedom and Tenure." Geoffrey Holder gives an "...

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Pianist Dennis Fortune and his jazz ensemble perform on campus. The Commission on the Status of Women explore the implications of the Equal Rights Amendment. Retiring from the College are Amos Horlacher, Henry Young, Alfred Hartshorn, Roger Steck, and R. Wallace White.

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Three women appointments fill administrative positions, "a reflection of the school's efforts to increase distaff representation." George Allan and the Washington Redskins return to train in Carlisle.

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Dr. Flint Kellogg explores possibility of study program in Pakistan. Security institutes plan of attack to deal with recent exhibitionist incidents. Student Services intern Pam McFarland announces field trip to Opportunities for Women Office (WOW) in Washington, D.C. Homecoming concert features...

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Prof. George Allan of the Academic Program Committee (APC) drafts proposal to install "4-J-4" calendar system at College. Shelley Wright, Dickinson's first female athletic trainer, is highlighted. In Witwer Hall, the Women's Program Committee meets to plan future activities. McKenney Hall to be...

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Student Senate supports boycott of iceberg lettuce from non-union farms. The Committee on Community Affairs considers establishing a Women's Center. College hosts the 42nd Annual Meeting of the Pennsylvania Historical Association. An Experimental Workshop in Communication is conducted by the...

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Student Senate conducts meeting to examine the co-ed housing issue. The recently-published American Defense and Detente by Prof. Eugene Rosi receives praise from colleagues. The Commission on the Status of Women at the College makes progress report; decisions during last semester include...

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Kathy Bachman is elected as the first female Student Senate President. The Preservation Hall Jazz Band is to perform on campus. New Birth praised for delivering "soulful show."

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Dr. Henry Eyring is to receive the Priestley Memorial Award. Strawbs will perform in the Dining Hall. In the Social Hall, John D. K. Brunner is to present a medieval-style puppet concert. The Library begins cataloging the Norris Collection. The Ecology Club conducts junk mail project. In ATS...

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The Beaux Arts Trio will perform in ATS. Special interest housing advocates explain rationale at Senate meeting. The Spanish and Art Workshop programs are eliminated by the Student Affairs Committee. In the HUB, a slide show of "The Postwar War" in Vietnam is presented. Also in the HUB, Judge...

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Student Senate urges a reduction in physical education requirements. Feminist Florynce Kennedy is to speak at College. Watergate conversation transcripts of Pres. Nixon will soon arrive at Library. Students Heather McGregor and Carol Kelly will present a joint recital. In the Morgan Lecture...

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24 students help Carlisle Water Works deal with Hurricane Eloise flooding. Delta Nu furniture stolen from storage. According to article "[a]nimosity has decreased" between Campus Police and students over the past five years. Women's Law Society of Dickinson Law School is to present a lecture by...

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At Faculty meeting, the Computer Task Force recommends purchasing new computer. Mermaid Players is to present plays by de Vega and Shakespeare. Food Service Task Force recommends keeping dining hall open. Women's Resource Center begins Women's Drama Group. A photo essay on Arendtsville's Apple...

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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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Local artist Florence Lyon to display watercolors in HUB. Robert Hage of Dartmouth College submits thirty recommendations on College's financial aid administration. Prof. Brubaker issues textbook Court and Commedia: The Italian Renaissance Stage. The Pre-Law Society is forming subgroup to...

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Poet Robert Kelly spends week at College. In a Denny Hall ceremony, Prof. Roland Fletcher is promoted to Major in the US Army. College Dean George Allan proposes changes in tenure and faculty development policies. College plans self-study in regards to Title IX law. Student Committee for Social...

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Freshman Carol Olnick accepted as one of the first women to attend West Point Academy. 1976 Mock Convention will feature speeches by Rep. William Cohen and Rep. Frank Evans. A prank by two Beta Theta Pi brothers to a set of independents' rooms leads to near-fatal arson. This fall, Lower Quad is...

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A Women's Studies conference held on campus reflects the growing interest in Women's Studies. The College Fencing Company has recently been reborn and is becoming more well-known at the College. Women's softball has had the largest turnout from freshman women in the history of the sport. College...

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Dickinson has decided to participate in "Ground Zero Day" to make communities aware of the threat and effects of a nuclear war. Alpha Chi Rho fraternity is being charged in a case of social misconduct and is seeking an appeal. The Commission on the Status of Women released a questionaire last...

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Anonymous editors of the "Sheer Height Report," which is a play off of a real report called "Shere Hite," give an inaccurate study of Dickinson, poking fun at various topics such as senate budget, GLAD, the Greek system and housing. George Carlin, a well-know comedian, performed at the Kline...

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Lieutenant Governor Mark Singel addresses the College community. Carlisle mayor elected to second term. AIDS victim speaks on campus about his experience to educate College community. Women's Center to sponsor bussing to "Mobilize for Women's Rights", a pro-choice rally taking place in...

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