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Priestley award goes to Dr. W. Maurice Ewing of Columbia University, Geophysicist. Malcolm Reports Dickinson's progress is on improvement. Senior Fred Richardson reserves Woodrow Wilson award for chemistry research. John Dingee takes over as Senate president. Loan from the federal Community...

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Twenty foreign students are welcomed and interviewed in this issue. Food service problems are discussed; a Dining Room Committee is formed. Award winning Russian film "A Summer to Remember" is screened at Bosler Hall. Professor Ferdinanco Maurino to give a series of lectures on Spain. Young...

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A survey of the campus regarding the Vietnam War shows that most students and faculty want some sort of change in Vietnam policy. The Paul Butterfield Blues Band is set to play in the HUB Dining Hall for the Mid-Winter Concert. The Interfraternity Council set up an internal committee to...

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A rumored change in Dickinson's food service provoked a student outcry. Dean Gillespie has announced Thomas W. Carver as the new Dean of Men. John Bakeless is set to lecture on Thomas Conrad at the Spahr Library on April 5 at 8 P.M. 20 students were selected to be part of the Center for...

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Dean Samuel Magill resigned as Dean of the College. Dick Gregory is scheduled to speak during Parent's Weekend in a College Lecture Series program. Dean Gillespie announced that Malcolm Hall will remain an independent men's dormitory. The "Sam and Dave Concert" will perform for the beginning of...

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Dr. Kenneth Laws appointed Assistant Dean of the College. Trustees approve construction of 96-bed housing complex. Federal aid provides money towards student drug group. Prof. Francis Warlow named Outstanding Educator of America. Marcel Marceau headlines this year's Cultural Affairs series....

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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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The Pittsburgh Symphony Chamber Orchestra will play at the College. The Auxiliary Enterprises Committee (AEX) presents a statement to Senate to close the dining hall to non-boarding students in an effort to lessen stealing of food. In their most recent meeting, faculty debates and questions the...

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The school will throw its first annual McKenney Cotillion all-college party for summer school students. Nancy L. Winkleman is appointed director of publications and is the first woman named to that position. The first step in renovations of the dining hall begin with the laying of new carpeting...

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At Faculty meeting, the Computer Task Force recommends purchasing new computer. Mermaid Players is to present plays by de Vega and Shakespeare. Food Service Task Force recommends keeping dining hall open. Women's Resource Center begins Women's Drama Group. A photo essay on Arendtsville's Apple...

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Due to a possible budget cut by the Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency towards higher education, the College has about $70,000 at stake if the $300 million dollar fund is cut by the state. The College commission seeks to improve women's status both on campus, in the classroom and...

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A low voter turnout for the Student Senate elections leaves George Joseph, Kathy Tighe and Avery Leslie victorious. The Russian flu epidemic hits the College campus, leaving 750 students experiencing flu-like symptoms. A resolution passed, calling for faculty members to eat with students in the...

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In reaction to the recently removed crosswalk between Morgan Field and the Boyd Lee Spahr Library, students create an unofficial, spray-painted replacement. The cafeteria increases security by requiring the presentation of ID cards and sealing off side doors in order to increase efficiency. A...

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New regulations imposed concerning posting of signs in the dining hall. Problem of lack of handicap accessible facilities on campus is discussed. Changes made by Task Force lead to revisions of College judicial structure. Sociology/Anthropology Department split into two separate entities....

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Trustees approve increase in tuition cost. The Panhellenic Council eliminates fall rush. A pond and a sun deck will be added to the Kline Center. Michael J. Netto, director of Food Service, completes first year of residency at Dickinson having implemented many changes. Professor Dennis Akin...

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In this edition, at least sixteen faculty members expressed with a petition a wish to end the pass/fail option. Professors Alan Kranz and Ann Mathews will be living on campus in student dorms due to the overcrowding on campus. A misprint in the College's catalogs cost around $4,000 to reprint. A...

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ODK and Wheel and Chain tap new members as well as honor seniors. Dickinson College Food Services institutes two new policies (a person must bring his original plate back for seconds and can only receive one entree at a time) in an effort to combat food waste and dish-room overload. Illinois...

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Work still continues on the wall surrounding Morgan Field. Several alcohol incidents that ended in hospital trips for freshman students caused the Resident Assistants to create new policies on alcohol use. The dining hall renovations have be put on hold due to limited financial resources and...

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Controversy surrounds the resignation of Michael Netto, director of Dining Services. HUB to be remodeled, as well as the Tome Science Building, several offices moving. College provides beds to students despite over-enrollment and lack of space. New regulations for parties where alcohol is...

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Two more Dining Services administrators resign under controversial circumstances. Fraternities implementing dry rush policy. Handicap accessibility of the college is inventoried. Students annoyed with long lines at the dining hall. Study facilities are called for after midnight. Freshman...

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Approximately 1000 student demonstrators gather on Weiss lawn in support of Committee on Student Voice's proposals and to discuss other concerns. Senior Management Group endorses proposal to have a student position in the administration. Budget stifles cafeteria plans proposed in Select...

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Students react to an "anti-Greek" letter called "Stop the Violence." A new Dining Service system was installed, which allowed upperclassmen to use an express lane to get their meals. Students perform a dramatic reading of John Updike's "Buchanan Dying." Two new Russian professors, Valentina...

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Forum addresses the "Stop the Violence" controversy surrounding fraternities. Greek students adjust to first year of sophomore rush period. Cafeteria renovations planned to occur over winter break. Parents weekend to feature a book discussion. Review of Public Enemy's "Return of the Hard", HBO's...

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College Trustees pass 1992-93 tuition, exceeding $21,000. New Dining Hall layout needs time to work. New measures will keep HUB open 24 hours. Russian students report of economic depression in Russia. New doors to be put on HUB entrances. Winter break too long. Student looks for answers to...

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