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Professors Peter J. Lardner and Marvin Meyer will run an "Upward Bound-type program" that introduces children in the Carlisle community to nature, in a program called "Adventures in the World of Plants and Animals". President Rubendall announces four changes in administration personnel. The NCAA...

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Disqualifications of two members on Social Violations Hearing Board defer trial of Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) demonstrators. Students react to the U.S.'s bombing halt in Vietnam. Dean of College Richard Wanner explains current trial of SDS members at weekly press conference. The...

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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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All-college moratorium set for March 5. Report making governance proposals submitted to Policy Committee. Phi Psi withdraws from Interfraternity Council. Mrs. Daniel Crofts to deal with conscientious objectors through draft counseling. Utilization of black recruiters proves successful....

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Linus Pauling accepts Priestley Award and gives speech. Students and community attend Passover Seder in social hall. To protest Vietnam War, some students boycott campus Coke machines. Dr. Flint Kellogg to present paper on Civil Rights Movement at next year's International Sinological Conference...

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The theme of the Public Affairs Symposium is "Invasion of Privacy in a a Computerized Society" and speakers will include Ralph Nader, former Attorney General Ramsey Clark, and Rev. Andrew Young. Vandalism and Shoplifting are a growing concern in the HUB. Senate will elect two students to serve...

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19 freshmen will participate in the summer transition program. Students continue to investigate area sources of water pollution to LeTort. A new suite of offices is completed on the lower level of the HUB.

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Faculty votes to endorse Student Affairs Committee policy on fraternity quadrangle housing. Architect William Wallace presents plans for new residence dorm (to be McKenney Suites). Chi Omega votes to discontinue its national affiliation. Froelich Rainey lectures on Sybaris. "Those Hog Riding...

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Dr. John Silber speaks on education at Public Affairs Symposium (PAS). Institutional Priorities and Resources Committee reacts to the report of the Special Committee on Athletics. Sen. Birch Bayh speaks on reform in the funding of education at PAS. The Special Trustee Committee on Fraternity...

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Student Senate investigates the non-broadcasting status of WDCV and the coed situation of Kisner-Woodward. "Student housing remains a vital problem" at Board of Trustees meeting. An exhibit of Jerry Kunkel drawings in the Holland Union Building is deemed "quite exciting." Black Forest Rhodes...

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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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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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At the Founders Convocation of the College's 200th Anniversary, Sen. Richard Schweiker delivers an address praising the College's educational tradition. College holds a symposium entitled "Voice of Today's Woman". PPG Industries Foundation provides a grant to support March's "Science for...

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Faculty approves the Credit/No Credit grading program. ROTC adds a seminar series dealing with contemporary problems. Student Paul Kanev puts together Christmas Around the World, a multimedia presentation to be given in the Bonisteel Planetarium of the Tome Science Building. Last Sunday...

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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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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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Faculty approves the formation of the Student Academic Grievance Board. Students engineer a boycott on meat. Sheila Tobias presents a talk on the dual role of women. The American Association of University Professors (AAUP) features a document on "Freedom and Tenure." Geoffrey Holder gives an "...

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Richard Ashcraft is to speak on the political implications of the liberal arts. The HUB features an art exhibit of American Primitive Paintings from the National Gallery of Arts. The College's Festival of Fun gets a photo essay.

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An art exhibit by Rick Smolan will be held in the HUB for Freshman Orientation. The Security Office asks students to take steps to help prevent theft. The US Postal Service considers commemorating Old West into a stamp.

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Rick Smolan will present an Art Exhibit in the HUB for Freshman Orientation. Papers of Rush, Priestley, and Buchanan rest in the College's Mae Morris Room.

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In the HUB, Barbara Varchol will speak on "sexuality on campus." Violinist Erick Friedman and pianist Joseph Seiger give a "highly colorful concert." Prof. Flint Kellogg to meet Pakistan's Prime Minister Tulfikar Ali Bhutto. Cyclist Keith Kingbay to lecture in HUB.

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Outing Club is created. In Social Hall, Dr. Barbara Varchol delivers lecture "Human Sexuality on Campus". Artist Wayne Thiebaud to visit College. Prof. K. Robert Nilsson presents paper on Nationalist revolutions at the University of South Carolina.

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Student Senate sanctions co-ed housing proposal. The 4-J-4 calendar system proposal sees its second hearing by the Academic Program Committee (APC). In the Social Hall, political columnist Milton Viorst speaks on democracy.

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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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Dr. Henry Eyring is to receive the Priestley Memorial Award. Strawbs will perform in the Dining Hall. In the Social Hall, John D. K. Brunner is to present a medieval-style puppet concert. The Library begins cataloging the Norris Collection. The Ecology Club conducts junk mail project. In ATS...

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