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Kathy Bachman is elected as the first female Student Senate President. The Preservation Hall Jazz Band is to perform on campus. New Birth praised for delivering "soulful show."

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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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John M. Bevan, candidate for College president, examines the importance of a liberal arts education. The Follies production of Superman opens next week. Gulf Oil foundation presents the College with a $1000 grant for audio-visual equipment. Ronald E. Doernbach is selected as the new College...

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Paul Ricoeur will present this year's Morgan Lectures on "Towards a Philosophy of Imagination." The Food Service Director discusses cost cutting tactics with Student Senate. Twelve faculty members apply for the $30,000 research and development grant. Five women's field hockey players land spots...

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College Presidential candidate Samuel A Banks visits the College again. The Mermaid Players' final production of the year will be the 18th century English comedy The Clandestine Marriage. The Office of Student Services opens its miniweek program on Death and Dying with a panel discussion on...

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Samuel A. Banks is elected new President of the College. The topic of the 1975 Public Affairs Symposium will be "News Reporting in America: can it be free and responsible?". The Library's Chester dialaccess cassette system is in the process of being phased out and replaced by a new cassette...

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Abolition of the Dean's List sparks much debate among students. Students now have access to their academic files under the recently enacted "Buckley Amendment." Fraternity pledges are on the upswing. Eight additional students are honored as Dana Scholars. New President Sam Banks outlines his...

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The Mermaid Players latest production of Rashomon will open next week. Director of student aid Charles Twichell discusses the current financial aid situation with Student Senate. An outline of events, topics, and background information on the Public Affairs Symposium is given along with...

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Defined as an "alternative to distribution requirements," the Nisbet Scholars Program awaits final faculty approval and will begin with selected members of the class of 1979. Students would be exempt from distribution requirements, but participate in special seminars throughout the freshman year...

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An amended version of the Steiner-Backer resolution for special interest housing is adopted by faculty giving special interest groups clearly affiliated with an academic program housing priority. Allan continues to defend the abolition of Dean's List. Student body officer elections result in...

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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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The Student Senate approved $81,500 in allocations for next year. The Mermaid Players' last production of the year will be the Shakespearean musical Two Gentlemen of Verona. Wheel and Chain and ODK hold spring induction ceremonies.

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Rick Smolan directs gift-giving program at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota.

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Russell Shunk steps in as assistant director of admissions. Public Affairs Symposium features scientist Dennis Meadows. Andy Banks receives Rhodes Scholarship. Special Task Force on Residential and Social Life forms under Pres. Banks. Robert LeValley is selected to study at Leningrad State...

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Poet Robert Kelly spends week at College. In a Denny Hall ceremony, Prof. Roland Fletcher is promoted to Major in the US Army. College Dean George Allan proposes changes in tenure and faculty development policies. College plans self-study in regards to Title IX law. Student Committee for Social...

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Ten students - with profiles provided - vie for Student Senate positions. Faculty favors plus-minus grading system. In the "Eating Out" column, the Towne Tavern and the Fireside Inn are favorably reviewed. Dr. Ben James honored by Sports Hall of Fame.

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Student body slightly prefers old grading system to new plus-minus system. College plans Mock Convention for April. Seth Ray, Steve Bartolett and Matt Creme triumph in Student Senate elections. Lilly Endowment sends over $200,000 to College which will help launch COLE program. John Kemeny wins...

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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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President Sam Banks is named consultant to Gallaudet College, the only liberal arts college for the deaf. The faculty will be voting on whether or not an extension should be added to the spring reading period for final exams. Admissions decided to set an enrollment limit to help with the problem...

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Fund raising has begun for the new gymnasium, where a sign already stands marking the location of the site.The ad hoc Senate committee has decided to open the closed dining hall due to dissatisfaction amongst students with the program. The College's phone system has been modified due to students...

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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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President Sam Banks proposes 'repositioning' and increasing tuition at "State of the College" address. Ben Bova to speak at PAS. Education included in Reagan's State of Union Address, Fire at Phi Epsilon Pi Fraternity House, Exhibit of Ms. Toshiko Takaezu opens in new Trout Gallery in the Emil....

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Problems between Theta chi and Phi Kappa Sigma fraternities have been taken to the Quad Board, who handles inter-fraternal disputes. BACCHUS and Alcohol Education combined to hold an alcohol awareness week entitled "Truth about Spirits." It focuses on responsible drinking. The Student Phonathon...

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