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Students are criticized for studying on the Sabbath.  Relations between students and professors are notably peaceful.  Rumors spread that South College is to be dedicated entirely to the Preparatory school.  The only known existing portrait of President Durbin, the first President of the College...

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The Freshman class is divided into factions, pro-co-ed and anti-co-ed.  The gymnasium opening is postponed for another school year.  The Athletic Association holds the first Field Day, and it is a great success. 

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The Dickinsonian suggests the creation of a school bookstore on the part of some enterprising student.  Outrage is displayed after an unidentified student pours cold water over two co-eds in zero-degree weather.  Flaws in the construction of Bosler Hall's water runoff system become...

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A harmonious and progressive year ends for the college with the 105th Commencement Ceremony.  The Junior Class Oratorical Contest is held.  Theta Nu Epsilon, Phi Kappa Psi, and Chi Phi hold their annual banquets.  Dr. Himes photographs students in the gymnasium.  The classes of 1890 and 1891...

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John Wilson '93 dies of malaria. Rushing season ends; list of new members. Seniors, sophomores and freshmen elect class officers. gymnasium has new lockers and remodeled track and bathroom. J. L. Hynson '92 is elected football captain.

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Mrs. Mary O'Hara Spring and Miss Matilda W. Denny of Pittsburgh donate two properties on Main Street to the college; President Reed hopes to build a recitation hall on the O'Hara Spring property, which becomes Denny Hall.  The Denny property is sold to fund the construction. A floor is added to...

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The senior and junior class election results announced.  The Allison Law Society and Dickinson Law Society announce their new officers.  The question of silver versus gold standard for currency is debated.  The law students hold regular Moot Courts.  Delta Chi moves to the third floor of the...

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The annual mid-winter sports cup is held in the college gymnasium. Those men wishing to join the baseball team are called to begin practice for the upcoming season. Horatio C. King, '58, author of Songs of Dickinson and A History of Dickinson College writes another college song...

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Celebrations for Washington's Birthday are planned.  Phi Delta Theta holds its annual dance in the Armory.  A senior writes a letter to the editor on the deplorable state of the bathing facilities in the gymnasium.  Essays to compete for membership on the Dickinsonian board due soon. ...

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Seniors present Dr. and Mrs. Reed with brass candlesticks in honor of their 21st year at the College.  Freshmen win the cap scrap agains the Sophomores by ingeniously concealing their caps in their shoes.  The day long Senior Ride up to Doubling Gap is a success.  Dickinson competes in annual...

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YWCA and YMCA jointly hold a fete in the gymnasium.  Intercollegiate Debating teams are restructured.  A new department for the teaching of oral composition and debating is proposed.  Senate for 1911 elected.  Department of Oratory announces final contest.  1911 Microcosm published.  The Union...

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Annual indoor sports competition held in Gymnasium including boxing and a potato race. Charles E. Ziegler, class of 1896, elected Director of the Elizabeth Steel Magee Hospital for Women being built in Pittsburgh. Judge Charles Brown Lore, class of 1852, Chief Justice of the Delaware Supreme...

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Captain Wallace of basketball team named on All-Eastern team. Greek Exhibit to take place in gymnasium and to include King Tut styles. Baseball season opens with game against Franklin and Marshall on Biddle Field.. Class of 1880 alumnus wills $1,000 to College. Budget system discussed by student...

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The opening day of the Dickinson in China fundraiser drive raises $887 in donations from 279 students. The Conly Concert Company of Philadelphia will give a concert. Alumnus Andy Kerr teaches a course on yell leading at Standford. The Athletic Council passes a resolution limiting the college...

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The College's financial standing has improved over the past 12 years under the guidance of President Morgan and plans are made for a new Gymnasium to be built on the site of South College. Plans are made to organize a German Club. The Glee Clubs combine to put on the Japanese play "Miss Cherry...

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Discussion of music critic, Sigmund Spaeth's lecture at chapel. Article on international news: an update on current political issues in China. Alumni urge the Board of Trustees to erect a new gym.

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The Annual Christmas Doll Show will be held on December 18th in the Gymnasium. Its program will include a talent portion, the appearance of Santa Clause, informal dancing, and caroling in the town. Dickinson’s radio station, W3YC, is back on the air. Joann, the college goat, was put to death...

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Mrs. Josephine B. Meredith is appointed chairwomen of the social and cultural committee. Aquacade to be held in Gymnasium. Improvements made to theater. Women's Cooperative Association holds elections.

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The Public Affairs Symposium is bringing in four television professionals for February 4-7. The Magnificent Men are set to perform a concert to commemorate the end of rush season. An announcement for nomination for student senate is included. Representatives from the college study the curriculum...

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In this edition, the idea of solar energy is debated in the interest of the new gymnasium being built. WDCV, the College's FM radio station, had its license revoked and then re-administered due to the station's being unaware of a regulation that required the radio station to advertise for...

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Fund raising has begun for the new gymnasium, where a sign already stands marking the location of the site.The ad hoc Senate committee has decided to open the closed dining hall due to dissatisfaction amongst students with the program. The College's phone system has been modified due to students...

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In this issue, Professor Phil Nicoll of the political science department suddenly resigned from his position five days before the start of classes. For the third consecutive semester, "The Dickinsonian" has been awarded first class distinction by the Associated Collegiate Press. Plans for a new...

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In this issue, students react to the Three Mile Island nuclear explosion. Classes were canceled due to the explosion. Twenty out of the forty one Student Senators are up for recall due to missing too many meetings. The College signs a contract for the new gymnasium and ground-breaking is planned...

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President Sam Banks makes plans to renovate Bosler and Denny. The College adopts a new sexual harassment policy, which was the year's work of the Commission on the Status of Women committee. Diane Jefferson is the new counselor/coordinator of Minority Affairs at the College. Students discuss the...

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