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Student Senate passes measures including a proposal on independent housing. AAUP (American Association of University Professors) chapter declares that Prof. Ralph Sandler "has no claim" for his recent grading experiment. Bernard Greenhouse to perform in Old West.

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Deans debate how to deal with the problem of fraternity housing as housing space is limited and fraternities are not filling up their residence halls. The Social Affairs Committee proposes that fraternities be given a list of all personal to live in the house and any that do not fill their hall...

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Prof. Andrews heads a discussion for faculty and students on what qualifies as campus disruption and what can be done about it. The debate on fraternity housing continues as more potential solutions are presented. The Social Affairs Committee offers alternatives to the dilemma. Dr. Kellogg...

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The Public Affairs Symposium will focus on environmental pollution with the topic "Science and Public Policy: Environmental Pollution." The final Vietnam Moratorium day for this month is announced. A Senate vote on fraternity housing solutions ends in a 18-18 tie. An enticing review of...

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Associate Dean Allshouse will resign. An open hearing will be held by the Academic Program Committee on the College calendar. The Red Devils beat the previously undefeated PMC in basketball.

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President Nixon's new "Draft Lottery" system is questioned and debated. President Rubendall makes a decision on fraternity housing. A fraternity must gather a total of 44 people to retain the privilege of assigning living spaces on the third floor of its residence hall. Not reaching that number...

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Dr. George Wald is the recipient of the 19th Priestley Memorial award. The Public Affairs symposium draws to a close with a call for environmental activism. The winners of the Student Senate elections for president, vice-president, treasurer, and secretary are announced. SMC plans to distribute...

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Dickinson's Mermen win their 100th meet for coach Dave Eavenson. Satirist Paul Krassner, editor of The Realist, will speak on American censorship. Dave Plymyer assumes the position of Senate President. Price's readings receive positive reviews.

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The College Governance Group Proposes the creation of college committees of faculty, students, and administrators in place of present faculty committees. The Student Senate considers four options in area major and distribution requirements. SMC gains the approval of CPS, the nations largest...

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Several resolutions pertaining to the curriculum and a change in faculty evaluation procedures pertaining to tenure and salary increase are requested. John Denver will present a concert. The Academic Standards Committee studies proposals to modify the grading system. Faculty will present a...

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Faculty votes to keep ROTC on campus but remove all academic credit from the program. Plans continue to progress for the protest march past the War College. Safety tips, including what to do in case of tear gas, are given for the March. A faculty meeting adopts five resolutions concerning...

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Pass/ fail options, freshmen grades, and general grading systems are discussed at an open hearing held by the Academic Standards Committee who are currently evaluating the grading system. An IPR subcommittee proposes to implement a college legislative body consisting of faculty, students, and...

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Dean Hawkins will leave his post as college Dean. An open hearing held on graduation requirements examines four proposals made by the Academic Program Committee--1. "A student must complete and pass 34 courses with a cumulative average of 2.00" 2. "Students who have been admitted as degree...

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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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The Faculty meeting focuses on changes in graduation requirements, approval of independent studies and credit by exam in January, and establishment of a new major in "Theater and Dramatic Literature." A resolution recommending that Malcolm and Witwer Halls become coed residence halls, effective...

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Student Senate announces nominations for president and other offices. The trustee meeting focuses on possible renovation of Morgan Hall, construction of a new residence hall, and the five-year budget projections. Ralph Nader will speak at the Public Affairs Symposium which explores public "...

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The Student Senate unanimously reaffirms it stand for a unicameral all-College legislative body. Faculty approves two Consortium programs which will make study possible at the Mysore Institute through programs at the India Institute as well as in Harrisburg for the Harrisburg Urban Semester....

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Student Senate inaugurates their new officers. IES will offer abroad programs over the summer in Madrid and Paris. Sorority rush begins. The Congress of African Students honors Malcolm X. Coaches release sports schedules.

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Dr. Richard H. Wanner has been appointed Dean of the College, effective July 1, 1971. Senate looks for a replacement to serve on the Academic Program Committee as well as nominations for the Development and Communications Committee. Barry L. Gaal is appointed assistant Business Manager effective...

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Low enrollment in the Bologna program may require drastic changes in order to stay viable with under twenty students. Student Senate addresses the grading proposal to be presented by the Academic Standards Committee. The Proposal states that pluses and minuses will be added to grades to create...

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Faculty adopts three resolutions of the Academic Program Committee: the establishment of separate laboratory and lecture courses for Physical Chemistry, the addition of English 210 to the fall curriculum, and the introduction of a Special Interdepartmental Field of Concentration major. World...

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President Rubendall is honored for his decade of service as President of the college at graduation. Kisner-Woodward residents agree upon a social code. The class of 1971 presents Dr. Harry F Booth with the Ganoe Award for "the most inspirational teacher during their entire college course." ATS...

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Chaplain Paul Kaylor announces plans for the College's Bicentennial Celebration. Trustee Board hears housing report. Middle States Commission selects college for participation in evaluation program. President Rubendall and wife plan to leave for three-month vacation in Mediterranean. Last Friday...

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Bill Slocum, President of Kent State Student Body, writes letter to the editor requesting signatures for President Nixon so as to pressure him into granting a federal grand jury to the shootings incident. Faculty adds Biology 105, Biological Aspects of Contemporary Problems, to College...

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In the Social Hall, trustees hear opinions on housing from independent and fraternity men. At a Senate meeting, Dean Gillespie presents enforcement of controversial "pet policy" while Student Senate continues to oppose it. Dr. Phillip Gustafson wins Glover Award. Women's Group forms. Those Hog...

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