Dickinsonian Newspaper

1982

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In this edition, the College's tuition has been raised by $1,005, which makes the total cost almost $9,000. Another housing shortage occurs at Dickinson, and many students look towards off-campus housing. The Russian Club has sponsored Russian Festival Week, which has Russian-style dinners,...

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The Kline Center, which has been open for four semesters, is undergoing maintenance for various areas that are damaged due to design problems. The Metzger Series, aimed at introducing Dickinson women to successful female alumnae, since it is considered that there are few female role models on...

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the Public Affairs Symposium's topic this year was "Human Rights" and the keynote speaker this year was Hodding Carter III, former Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs. Candidates for Student Senate are featured in an article. Dave Levitt studied abroad in various locations in the Far...

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Student senate officers have been elected, and by a large margin. The Central Pennsylvania Consortium and the Dickinson's Commission on the Status of Women held a conference on "Women's Point of View." An article discusses why Americans are "infatuated with fitness." The Cultural Affairs...

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The Pew Memorial Trust is source of a recent grant that the College secured to help expand the College's computer system. The Panhellenic Council met last week to approve the formation of a fifth sorority. Boxers Ron Sing and Larry Russo will compete in the Eastern Conference Boxing Championship...

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El Salvador has become a major world issue due to violent conflicts. At a Tuition symposium, sponsored by Sigma Chi Fraternity, treasurer James Nicholson and director of Financial Aid Donald Raley discussed proposed financial aid cuts for the 1983 school year. Broadway Night, a series of...

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In this edition, the Math Department has been having trouble filling a professor's vacant position for almost a year and is looking for someone with a computer science background. The ROTC program has experienced a doubling of members this year, showing an increase in interest and participation...

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The College has been having difficulty recruiting minority students and has a very small amount on campus compared to other local colleges. Accounting classes has been moved from the economics department to be under "Business Analysis" courses. Professor Robert Ness, a new edition to the English...

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Dickinson has decided to participate in "Ground Zero Day" to make communities aware of the threat and effects of a nuclear war. Alpha Chi Rho fraternity is being charged in a case of social misconduct and is seeking an appeal. The Commission on the Status of Women released a questionaire last...

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The Mermaid Players are successful in their rendition of 'A Country Scandal.' Kappa Sigma fraternity will now be housed in the Media House instead of the upper quads. Other fraternities that were relocated from the upper quads have been pleased with their displacement. Elaine Livas, a junior at...

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Professor William H. Wishmeyer of the English department is retiring after 25 years. Kathy Killeen recently won the Price-Waterhouse scholarship to the Rutgers MBA program. The Student Affairs Committee has asked the faculty to change the wording in alcohol proscriptions.

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The college adds a fifth sorority, Kappa Alpha Theta, after almost a year of discussion on whether or not to add another sorority. Once again the college faces over-enrollment, but Admissions director Larry Mench proclaims that due to room adjustments there will be no artificial crowding. The...

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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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A recent assault makes the College reevaluate its campus security. The College's radio station, WDCV has increased their wattage for broadcast-power, which led to a change in programming. The College added a new assistant director of alumni relations, Ann Hess Meyers, to bring in some new ideas...

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The College's enrollment of ROTC scholarships have increased by 60% this year. Mary Arthur Powell will be heading the Health Center and is looking to offer more gynecological options. A new schedule has been released to allow students adequate time to get to temporary class locations since...

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Fall Fest was once again a success in the community. Spanish and Italian Professor Grace Jarvis was one of 25 educators chosen in a national competition to spend six weeks studying Italian culture. New escort programs were created for students by students, such as The Dickinson Student Watch...

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BACCHUS (Boost Alcohol Consciousness Concerning the Health of University Students) works to clear up misconceptions about their relatively new organization on campus. Three College-owned houses violated a 1976 zoning ordinance, which stated that no more than three unrelated people may live...

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The Arts Center has officially been named the Emil R. Weiss Center of the Arts and should be finished by early November. The Mermaid Players production of "The Importance of Being Earnest" was a huge success and sold out. Women's Field Hockey wins against Susquehanna and is having a successful...

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The College releases its renovation plans for Bosler. Carlisle Area United Way has received much support and donations from College administrators and students. The Counseling Center is looking to hire a professional placement counselor. Women's volleyball ends their season positively with a win...

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Dave Robertson has been hired as the new director of the new Weiss Center for the Arts. A questionnaire was released by the Office of Admissions aimed at alumni about the value of a liberal arts education had positive results. An article comments upon college romances and their success or not....

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Students and staff lament about new legislation by President Ronald Reagan that forces male college students who sign up for financial aid to also register for the military draft. Leonard G. Doran has been named Executive Assistant to the President for External Affairs. Nuclear awareness is...

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The Carlisle area faced a 5.6% unemployment rate for the holiday season. A student group helped to set up decorations around town and have received much praise from the community. Mary Powell, new director of the Health Center, has already made huge changes to the center, including a small...

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