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Peter Cohen and Jack Stover face-off in Student Senate elections. Faculty approves requirements for inclusion in History major. Librarians object to location of planned Tuvin Auditorium. Drug Education Committee reports on "marihuana." Martha & The Vandellas to perform in Holland Union...

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The Student Senate formed a budget with a high allotment for the student activity fund. The Red Devils' win over Muhlengerg College moves them into first place in the Southern Division of the Middle Atlantic Conference, College division for football. SMC calls for students to strike on Nov. 14,...

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The facts and figures of the revised budget are presented to faculty. SAE allows women to be social members in a fraternity for the first time. Student Senate will contribute to the tree fund by matching one quarter of the student funds raised with senate funding. The Senate voted to allow $100...

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Pass/ fail options, freshmen grades, and general grading systems are discussed at an open hearing held by the Academic Standards Committee who are currently evaluating the grading system. An IPR subcommittee proposes to implement a college legislative body consisting of faculty, students, and...

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At their most recent meeting, the faculty passes changes in the academic program: a new academic calendar is adopted and the modern language requirement adopted calls for three semesters of instruction in a language. Fred Lumb resigns his position as Executive Director of Communications and...

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New representatives were elected to Faculty, all-college Committees, and to the College Judicial Boards in the last faculty meeting. The last Student Senate meeting revolves around election of new members to college committees and discussion of Tenure. Formal dedication of the new ATS auditorium...

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President Rubendall is honored for his decade of service as President of the college at graduation. Kisner-Woodward residents agree upon a social code. The class of 1971 presents Dr. Harry F Booth with the Ganoe Award for "the most inspirational teacher during their entire college course." ATS...

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Bill Slocum, President of Kent State Student Body, writes letter to the editor requesting signatures for President Nixon so as to pressure him into granting a federal grand jury to the shootings incident. Faculty adds Biology 105, Biological Aspects of Contemporary Problems, to College...

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In the Social Hall, trustees hear opinions on housing from independent and fraternity men. At a Senate meeting, Dean Gillespie presents enforcement of controversial "pet policy" while Student Senate continues to oppose it. Dr. Phillip Gustafson wins Glover Award. Women's Group forms. Those Hog...

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Proposals for changes in academic procedures - including the add-drop period and the auditing policy - reported to Senate. Judith LaBarre elected as 1972's Dickinsonian Editor-in-Chief. The Freshman Plays are labeled "probably the best offered in the last few years." The Lenox Quartet to...

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Faculty meeting includes preparation of Bicentennial celebration. College abruptly fires Director of Security Preston McKillip. Dump area on Route 11 to be cleaned up by College. Rick Smolan writes on scuba diving experience. The Munich Chamber Orchestra plays in ATS. Hank Rivoir and Bill...

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Senate meeting approves Rugby Football team and the Carlisle Consumer Protection Agency. College Choir and College-Community Orchestra to perform works of Beethoven, Bach, and Bullard. Resolution points to Faculty's support of wider student expression and power within governance. A page of...

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Mock Convention to open next weekend at College. Nancy van Vuuren speaks to the Women's Group of the College. Anita Tuvin Schlechter Auditorium is the subject of a photo essay. The Hog Ridin' Fools review R'n'L Deli in Harrisburg. In its concert, The Mahavishnu Orchestra "proves unique" with a...

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Dr. Martin Meyerson is to initiate the Founders Day ceremony while Sen. Richard Schweiker is to give the principal address. On Wednesday, Pres. Rubendall declares a 10-minute period of mourning in reaction to the murders of 11 Israeli athletes at the Munich Olympic Games. Prof. Mulford Sibley is...

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In ATS, the College Choir, Chapel Choir and College-Community Orchestra will open the Young Artists-in-Residence Week. The College plans to present its Arts Award to the Philadelphia Orchestra. Musician Joshua Rifkin will be one participant in the Young Artists-in-Residence Program. At a Faculty...

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Carlisle-born pianist Harriette Line Thompson is to give a recital in ATS. The Mermaid Players are to put on Spoon River Anthology. The Academic Standards Committee formulates an "experimental" Credit-No Credit grading proposal. A series of articles reviews the Young-Artists-in-...

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Claudio Arrau is to perform in ATS. The first volume, first issue of the Dickinson College Register is featured. Mel Ramos' art exhibit on display in the HUB aims to spark questions dealing with the roles of art and commercialism. Pres. Rubendall appoints the Commission on the Status of...

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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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The Commission on the Status of Women meets to prepare for the visit of Sheilah Tobias. "Multi-talented" Geoffrey Holder will perform in ATS. Student Senate adopts the Kern Open-Housing Resolution. The Greater Carlisle Area Chamber of Commerce pays bicentennial tribute to the College during its...

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James Smylie is to close the Civil Religion Symposium with an address on "The President as Prophet-Priest-King." The Commission on the Status of Women investigates discriminatory practices concerning women at the College. Jane Frankel will perform her voice recital in ATS. Anya Treash will also...

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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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In ATS, The Dorian Quintet is to perform as part of the Cultural Affairs Series. Food Services experiences spoilage difficulties due to the independent truckers' strike and the national gas shortage. Dr. Frank Rose will speak on lunar impact. An overview of the Public Affairs Symposium "Law and...

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