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A new, revised Student Senate Constitution was passed. Claude Thornhill's jazz orchestra will play at the Spring Formal, along with the orchestras of Kai Winding and Stan Rubin. The tennis team earns its sixth straight victory after their match against Elizabethtown. The baseball team wins...

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In this issue, Rush Week of 1962 closed with 190 fraternity affiliations, resulting in a Dickinsonian editorial praising the new rush process instituted by the Interfraternity Council. Dr. Howard L. Rubendall announced that Althouse was to receive a rooftop observatory. Dr. George Shuman, Jr.,...

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In this issue of the Dickinsonian the IFC enforces strict penalties for all drinking violations. A group of male students form the Independent Student Group. Prospective Student Senate candidates present their platforms. Mr. John Hutchins to speak at Peace Corps Day. Operatic soprano Phyllis...

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New space observatory in Althouse, largely financed through donations from Roscoe Bonisteel, opens. Parking for registered automobiles guaranteed with opening of new parking lot after Christmas vacation. Preparations for Freshman Plays are underway for January productions. Barry Warren chosen to...

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91 students named to Scholars' List. Paul Burtner wins student Senate presidency. Members of Carlisle NAACP and Faith and Society meet to discuss issues related to both groups. Discussions on possible cigarette ban to take place. Exchange student Artur Lambo discusses the situation in his home...

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Students Committee for Better Architecture discuss new library with builders. Trustees to vote on voluntary worship program. Harmonic groups prepare Christmas performances. CORE silently pickets barber shop for equality. Dissatisfaction with Althouse architecture. John Lennon novel review. Dr....

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Students create a paper recycling program. Both the editor-in-chief and associate editor of the Dickinsonian suddenly resign due to a "clash of principle." William S. Masland is appointed president of the Board of Trustees. An explosion and subsequent fire during an organic chemistry class...

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Oxfam America leads day of fasting; Jenny Gayer (College Church deacon) leads at Dickinson. Renovations planned for second floor of Althouse. Visiting professor Xiaoxiong Yi discusses life in China and U.S. Look at basketball coach Gene Evans' career at Dickinson. Previously undefeated football...

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Students have mixed feelings about the new class registration system. Wildlife at the Reineman Wildlife Sanctuary and Field Laboratory is being harmed by an overpopulation of deer. Alcohol Awareness Week is this week. Ashley Myers and Allyson Ayers write an article about turnitin.com, the new...

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Spanish Professor Mark Overstreet tenders his resignation abruptly. Rector Science Campus opens for classes after two years under construction. Lupe Fiasco chosen for Fall Concert. Former Dickinson student Patrick McMurphy '07 dies. President Durden calls for drinking age discussion. Althouse...

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Richard Hodge is arrested as the criminal in the recent homicide. Arlen Specter is unable to visit the college. Senior Class hosts the first Lady Rush. Reconstruction on Althouse is delayed. Bob Shank retires from his position on the athletic training staff.

 

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Dickinson sues Lebo Engineering, Inc., for unexpected expenses and delays in the construction of the Rector Science Complex. Students travel to Philadelphia for the 23rd Annual Campus Philly College Day. Althouse to open for the Spring semester. Dickinson launches a Rape Advocate Program. Campus...

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