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Dr. Henry Eyring receives Priestley Memorial Award as he delivers a speech both humorous and "informative." Robert Greenleaf will be the upcoming Woodrow Wilson Senior Fellow. Black poets Dudley Randall and Gwendolyn Brooks are to appear in the Congress of African Students' Black Arts Festival....

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The Beaux Arts Trio will perform in ATS. Special interest housing advocates explain rationale at Senate meeting. The Spanish and Art Workshop programs are eliminated by the Student Affairs Committee. In the HUB, a slide show of "The Postwar War" in Vietnam is presented. Also in the HUB, Judge...

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To kick-off Library Week, poetess Marianne Moore will be lectured on by her literary executor Clive Driver. Student Senate approves formation of a Publicity Committee. Liquor Control Board, along with police, raid Cork & Kettle restaurant in a crackdown on underage drinking. The Beaux Arts...

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PEER auction features numerous exotic items. Student Senate endorses National March for Impeachment rally in Washington. Clive Driver, literary executor of Marianne Moore's papers, speaks on the poetess in a lecture beginning National Library Week. Artist Ben Miller speaks in Bernard Center....

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Student Senate urges a reduction in physical education requirements. Feminist Florynce Kennedy is to speak at College. Watergate conversation transcripts of Pres. Nixon will soon arrive at Library. Students Heather McGregor and Carol Kelly will present a joint recital. In the Morgan Lecture...

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The Spring Festival "stimulates unity" and "sense of community." John D. Rockefeller, IV, is to deliver the College's commencement address. Faculty cuts physical education requirement from eight to six blocks. "[C]oncern over officer discontent and security office administration" rises on campus...

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Newly elected Student Senate Officers officially take their posts. At the third All-College planning seminar, increased financial aid and funding for new athletic facilities are stated as top priorities. The Academic Program Committee will decide if they will present their revised Nisbet...

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Carl Sagan will receive the Priestley Memorial Award. A Russian Mini-Festival will be held next week featuring music and poetry. The College is awarded $57,200 under the Institutional Assistance Grants Program by the Pennsylvania Higher Education Agency. An experienced track team looks to be in...

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A severe windstorm causes damage to the campus taking out six trees. Retired professor John C. Pflaum, 71, dies of a heart attack in a car accident. Despite heavy opposition, the Nisbet Scholars Program is adopted by faculty at their last meeting. It will be implemented as an experimental two...

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Dr. Henry Commager will speak at Commencement. The PEER Auction is a success. A new freshman orientation program entitled "Bud-dy" will match incoming freshman with an upper clansman. The Director of admissions gives enrollment data. A synopsis of Two Gentlemen of Verona is given. The College...

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Michael Kammen is to speak at College's celebration of the national bicentennial. Controversy between Phi Epsilon Pi and Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternities climax with three brothers of the former spreading excrement around the door of a brother of the latter. Plans for campus rathskeller are...

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Artist Lynda Frese to display drawing and etchings in HUB. Student International Meditation Society holds informational lecture. Mo Udall wins Mock Political Convention election. The Hole In The Wall restaurant is favorably reviewed in "Eating Out." Photographer J. Hwa Shik Chung captures Mock...

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Students plan picket for Other Players' show, claiming it is "in poor taste and pointless." Freshman Karen Smith to run as delegate to Democratic National Convention. As part of National Student Symposium on the Presidency, senior Steve Joseph is to meet Pres. Gerald Ford. The HUB will hold a...

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In this edition a "Report of the Task Force on Social and Residential Life" was featured. President Sam Banks mainly addressed fraternities and fraternity life, especially with ideas of equality between non-fraternity and fraternity groups, as well as the College-fraternity relationship. Two new...

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In this issue, Robert A. Barr resigns as Dean of Educational Services. The Dickinson College Health Center now offers "round the clock" medical care. Baseball and lacrosse teams prepare for the spring season.

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This issue features an article on an increase of cocaine use in the United States. "The Dickinsonain" had released a survey on cocaine in the previous edition and received minimal results back, stating that out of the responses all except two had at least tried cocaine once.Female enrollment at...

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In this edition, the College Library has plans to upgrade their card cataloging system to computers. Professor Marjorie Fitzpatrick is leaving the College for a new teaching job after being denied tenure, even after an appeal. Students work to keep Thornwald Park preserved and untouched....

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Students oppose the proposed April 14 pledging cutoff. Senior Laurie Lucas is crowned Miss Cumberland Valley. Historian Fritz Stern discusses Einstein's Germany in a public lecture. Seniors in the Nisbet Program struggle with their Problem Oriented Experience papers, and faculty members question...

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The faculty suspended the Nisbet Scholars program for a semester, citing the influence of the Freshman Seminar program and lack of available faculty as reasons for the suspension. Acclaimed writer Jorge Luis Borges is slated to speak at Dickinson. The 12-hour Whole Earth House Dance Marathon...

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Jorge Luis Borges opened his symposium on Wednesday night by giving a lecture on the poetry of Emily Dickinson and engaging the audience with a question and answer period. Yale's Insider's Guide to the Colleges drew negative responses from Dickinson's administration after the guide claimed that...

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Omicron Delta Kappa and Wheel and Chain presented their newest members on the steps of Old West before a large crowd on Wednesday evening. The Student Senate unanimously passed the 1983-84 Spring Activities Budget on Tuesday. Dickinson's first annual Siblings Weekend is slated to occur, starting...

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Miller Beer retracted its sponsorship of Greek Week after they were unable to come to an agreement with the IFC and Dickinson's administration regarding the limits that would be placed on Miller during the week. The Skull and Key Society expressed interest in being reinstated after having been...

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A Symposium entitled "The Art and Craft of the Book" draws a big crowd. Fall Fest, held the past weekend, raises money for charities in the Carlisle area, PEER, and United Way. Illustrator Maurice Sendak gives a presentation on his work in Weiss. The Pittsburgh Chamber Opera performs Cosi Fan...

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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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