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Rubendall, Howard L.

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Student Senate removes Skull and Key as an honorary at the College. Loren Eiseley is to be this year's commencement speaker. This fall WDCV plans to begin FM broadcasting. Darius Milhaud's Promesse de Dieu, a choral work written for the College's Bicentennial, will premiere as a final...

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An indoor commencement features Loren Eiseley as speaker. Pres. Rubendall praises William and Alfonso DeSimone's stonemason services.

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In his convocation address, Pres. Rubendall has "high hopes" for upcoming school year. Rick Smolan takes photos of orientation. Statistics of new students reveal "diversity of geography and potential." The Environmental Policy Commission takes out ad to outline new recycling program.

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Prof. Joseph Kelley of Dickinson's Law School speaks at a mini-symposium on impeachment. Faculty favors the 4-J-4 calendar system in a discussion with the Academic Program Committee. WDCV begins FM broadcasting as it reprograms its format; Pres. Rubendall is to dedicate the station in upcoming...

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Pres. Rubendall receives the U.S. Army's Outstanding Civilian Service Medal. A lecture on the history of American warfare is given by Prof. Russell Weigley in Old West. College Debaters dual with Princeton Debaters on the topic "Sex and Watergate." The English Sinfonia perform in ATS.

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Pres. Rubendall's retirement is announced. Business Manager John Woltjen outlines College's energy-saving measures for Spring semester. Rubendall's letter of retirement intent is featured. Following the College's controversial decision to expand Biddle Field, the Washington Redskins agree to...

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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 salary raise received by College Treasurer John Woltjen draws stark criticism from faculty. Cannonball Adderly will give a concert Sept. 20th with music being a mix of jazz and soul. President Rubendall greets the incoming freshman class and stresses honesty at the 202nd Convocation. Registrar...

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Parents' Weekend activities will honor President Rubendall. The Union Philosophical Society resumes activities. The Senate voted unanimously that the faculty restore honorary status to Skull and Key. IPR (Institutional Resources and Priorities) presidential candidates are announced. A biography...

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Former President Rubendall is honored by Dickinson and Carlisle in a Testimonial Dinner. A Testimonial to Rubendall is published as well. William R. Bowden will receive the Lindback Distinguished Teaching Award. Professors Flower, Kellogg, Sloane, and Warlow will retire this year.

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In this issue, former Dickinson College President, Dr. Howard L. Rubendall, reminisces about his time at Dickinson College. The Nisbet Scholars Program has proved beneficial and fulfilling to its participants. An article discusses the first ever televised Vice-Presidential debates between Robert...

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College to focus on issue of diversity in re-accreditation process. Common Hour discusses AIDS and students. SASC (Student Affairs and Services Committee) examines freshmen little sister rush. Former President Howard Rubendall dies. Living Colour plays at Kline. Pres. Fritschler creates...

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