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Ford, Gerald

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A survey of the campus regarding the Vietnam War shows that most students and faculty want some sort of change in Vietnam policy. The Paul Butterfield Blues Band is set to play in the HUB Dining Hall for the Mid-Winter Concert. The Interfraternity Council set up an internal committee to...

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Students plan picket for Other Players' show, claiming it is "in poor taste and pointless." Freshman Karen Smith to run as delegate to Democratic National Convention. As part of National Student Symposium on the Presidency, senior Steve Joseph is to meet Pres. Gerald Ford. The HUB will hold a...

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A women's health program is introduced on campus, allowing women to see a gynecologist free of charge. The women's field hockey team, coached by Kathleen Barber and Lee Ann Wagner, won 5-1 against Lebanon Valley. Professor Gerald Petrucelli, who teaches Modern Languages, was featured in a...

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In this issue, there is more discussion about the Ford/Carter Presidential debates, especially on foreign policy. The Faculty Committee rejects a proposal by the nontenured faculty who wished to replace tenure with a contract system that would hire professors for a certain amount of years....

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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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