Dickinson Magazine, November 1981

Selected Highlights from this Issue: 
  • Professor Barry Love examined the debate between the three camps of macroeconomics in regard to President Ronald Reagan's supply-side economic program.
  • Chad O'Brien (class of 1969), who served in the US Army in Vietnam and lost his left leg below the knee, successfully climbed Mt. Rainier in Washington state.
  • Professor Donald Flaherty discussed why Taiwan's culture was undergoing significant change.
  • Dr. Ira D. Glick (class of 1957) described his experiences on a 16-day medical-study tour of the People's Republic of China.
  • Construction began on transforming the Alumni Gym into a new Arts Center.
  • Pauline Eaton (Class of 1957) received the Strathmore Award at the Butler Institute of American Art for the most outstanding water-media painting in the annual mid-year exhibition.