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Allan, George J.

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The state of Georgia hold Rutgers student on charges of insurrection for trying to register Blacks to vote. A New York theater company perform an Italian drama for a Cultural Affairs program. Dean informs students of new Pennsylvania drinking age law. Ingmar Bergman's acclaimed film, The Seventh...

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Faculty approves "5-5-4-4" curriculum revision. James Brown to perform at Spring Social. Public Affairs Symposium to be held. Students debate U.S.-Vietnam relations. Anthropology and Sociology Club created. Sororities and fraternities focus attention on discrimination. Professors Merle F....

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Alpha Epsilon Pi seeks chapter establishment at Dickinson. Mongo Santamaria and band to highlight the inaugural International Weekend and Valentine Weekend. Students and faculty to decide policy for fraternity rush. Dr. George Allan to give a critique sermon of previous sermon - "Death of God"...

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Dr. George Beadle receives Priestley Award. Swim team retains Middle Atlantic Conference College Division title. Four fraternities remain on probation for rush weekend incidents. Keeble College Prof. Nicholas Zernov to speak in Memorial Hall. This summer, Profs. George Allan and Merle Allshouse...

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The Impressions and Drifters highlight IFC Weekend. Sigma Alpha Epsilon's honor system experiment discussed. Ford Foundation Challenge Program chairman James Shepley announces $200,000 gift from the Sumner Drayer (Class of '02) estate. Prof. George Allan scrutinizes Jan Plan. Newly-opened...

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Campus Chest, Dickinson's only charitable organization, opens its funding drive with Luau. The student body prefers a fall delivery of the Microcosm. Faculty Frantics, led by Prof. Henry Yeagley, are scheduled to perform this night. Dickinson is set to host the regional Workshop of the United...

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The Faculty are set to vote on calendar revisions, which many students oppose. W.H. Auden is slated to receive the Dickinson College Arts Award during a March 5th celebration. Some women helped police catch an intruder into Sellers Hall. The Mermaid Players production of "The Rivals" introduced...

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The Agency for International Development held an interview with President Rubendall and Editor-in-Chief of the Dickinsonian David Totaro, during which Totaro was allowed to see the inside of the "White Building" next to South Campus. AID confirmed that the building was being used as a safe house...

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Dean of College bans pets from campus. Prof. George Allan's "Rage of Aquarius" sermon is presented. Christopher Parkening to perform classical guitar concert. Members of administration, faculty, students, and others to create case study in order to "examine the College's progress over the past...

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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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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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Prof. Richard Wanner announces resignation from Dean of College position; Prof. George Allan accepts his place. Students now favor the Nitschke Resolution on off-campus housing over the Berman Resolution. The Public Affairs Symposium (PAS) features Ramsey Clark. New Birth is to perform in ATS....

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A June fire in the Beta Theta Pi house brings focus on fire safety rules at College. Redskins Coach George Allen is interviewed. A poll of summer session students reveals opinions towards Pres. Nixon's impeachment issue.

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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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Dean George Allan decides to remain as College dean for another year, rather than resume his full-time professorship with the philosophy department. Professor Ned Rosenbaum, coordinator of the Judaic Studies program, resides in Israel with his family for the year and studies at Israel University...

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In this edition, the two social organizations on campus, the Student Independent Organization (SIO) and the Committee for Social Alternatives (CSA) are called upon to create more opportunities for students to socialize on campus. College President Sam Banks and Dean George Allan will be teaching...

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College elects Senate officers (Bill Sapoch, Kurt Krauss, Pete Dahlin), Repositioning includes changes for football, poor attendance to Black History Program, Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow Milton Lyon speaks at lecture, Dean of the College George Allan speaks about college-preparation, EPA buys...

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The faculty suspended the Nisbet Scholars program for a semester, citing the influence of the Freshman Seminar program and lack of available faculty as reasons for the suspension. Acclaimed writer Jorge Luis Borges is slated to speak at Dickinson. The 12-hour Whole Earth House Dance Marathon...

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Student Senate Polls opened for elections and info on each candidate is provided. A merger proposed by Dean Allan between the Academic Standards and the Admissions and Financial Aid Committees is currently under debate by the Long Range Planning committee as such a merger would lower student...

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The Board of Trustees appointed Dean George Allan to act as President of the College until a candidate is decided upon. The Nisbet Scholars program is once again unavailable, even after a three-year hiatus, due to lack of faculty participation. The Science Fiction-Fantasy Club is in its second...

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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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10-15 students will participate in February graduation. Sigma Chi fraternity hosted recovering alcoholic and founder of Collegiate Consultants on Drugs and Alcohol Mike Green, who talked about the dangers of excess drinking and drugs. Dean Allan announces his decision to resign from his...

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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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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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