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The faculty endorses five proposals introduced by the College chapter of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP). Food services blames water for student's sickness. The Mermaid Players will present Under Milk Wood for their first production this year. The library proposes...

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An overview of Dr. Philip Wilder's, candidate for president of the college, policies is given. An overview of Dr. Burton Wheeler's, another candidate, views is also given. The French house becomes a reality this year.

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The Pittsburgh Symphony Chamber Orchestra will play at the College. The Auxiliary Enterprises Committee (AEX) presents a statement to Senate to close the dining hall to non-boarding students in an effort to lessen stealing of food. In their most recent meeting, faculty debates and questions the...

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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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Pres. Sam Banks presides at his first convocation. Banks' inauguration to feature "numerous dignitaries" who will honor President. Alumnus Edward Shirk is part of important possible physics discovery.

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Pres. Sam Banks receives "many challenges from various speakers" at inauguration. College administration develops plan to evaluate "current administration practices." Banks speaks on need to "reexamine duties" in inaugural address. Junior Tim Hoerner wins McKinlay Scholarship. Featured are...

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24 students help Carlisle Water Works deal with Hurricane Eloise flooding. Delta Nu furniture stolen from storage. According to article "[a]nimosity has decreased" between Campus Police and students over the past five years. Women's Law Society of Dickinson Law School is to present a lecture by...

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Pres. Banks responds to Food Service Task Force plans. Career-Oriented Liberal Education (COLE) is a proposed concept to "supplement" the College's "current liberal arts orientation." Theta Chi hosts Vietnamese refugees. Ira Brown will lecture on James Miller McKim.

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Pres. Banks confirms divestment of College's Interdata 7/32 computer. College to co-host Presidency's Sixth Annual Leadership Symposium. To reduce deficit, College cuts Library's budget. Editorial cartoons related to James Buchanan will be featured in Library's May Morris Room. WDCV is set to...

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Actor Will Stutts to present Evening with Mark Twain in ATS. An ice cream freezer and menu board are added to snack bar. Faculty favors plus-minus grading system. College plans a variety of cultural events for America's Bicentennial birthday. Prof. Happe is promoted to US Army Major....

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Student Affairs Committee endorses room-by-room coed housing. Composer Ulysses Kay will be featured at Bicentennial celebration. In ATS, writer James Spady will speak. Dulcimer player Kevin Roth to perform on campus.

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Pres. Banks receives honorary Doctor of Letters degree from the College of Charleston. Tenure debates continue, "concern[ing] faculty." In "Eating Out," The Gingerbread Bread Man and The House of Pizza are reviewed, receiving 2/5 and 3/5 stars, respectively. Institutional Priorities and...

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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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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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Denny Hall is closed for renovations and the Social Sciences move to Stevens Elementary School. WDCV modifies its news operation after United Press International repossesses their teletype. Bosler re-opens to the Language and Education departments. The College hosts a popular exhibit entitled "...

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The Second Annual Metzger Series opens with a focus on acquainting Dickinson women with possible career opportunities. Homecoming Weekend attracts 1000 alumni. Student Senate will begin broadcasting pilots on the Carlisle Cable Company's channel 13. The Health Center's "Wellness Week" will focus...

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The College threatens to not renew the leases of Phi Kappa Sigma and Kappa Sigma fraternities if their conduct does not change. The All-College Student Affairs and Services Committee will begin an extensive examination of the role that alcohol plays on campus over the next few weeks. A biography...

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The Dickinsonian continues its series on the "Social Studies Gap." Dickinson prepares to mark the 100th anniversary of the opening of Tome Scientific Building, with the year-long theme "Science and the Liberal Arts." Hillel awarded the William Haber Award for its efforts to bring awareness to...

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Thefts and burglaries on campus try students' patience, despite a 10% overall decrease in crime rate. Fullbright Scholar Jean-Marie Crouzatier studies at Dickinson, highlights Dickinson's new center in Toulouse. President reviews college improvements since 1980 in curriculum, social life, and...

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College Treasurer James Nicholson resigns to pursue other career interests. College addresses issue of noise pollution from fraternities on campus, students living in Carlisle. Causes controversy among Inter-Fraternity Council members and Residential Life officials. Committee on Human Rights in...

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The library and computer center have been designing a library cataloging program, AUTOCAT, since 1982 and will be ready for use next year. Gamma Phi Beta sorority received their second President's Cup at Homecoming. The annual event, Songfest, was presented by Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK) and Wheel...

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The Interfraternity Council reviews who students should call first in an emergency, Campus Police or Carlisle Hospital. Newly formed group, the Coalition Against Apartheid, held its first meeting that drew a massive amount of people and were unable to fit in the meeting room. Women's Cross...

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The Inter-Fraternity Council and Campus security settled a dispute about noise levels on campus on weekends and weekdays. Fraternity insurance has risen 200%, causing many students to find an alternative means of affording the insurance. Women's Cross Country team's season has ended at regionals...

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Controversy surrounds the resignation of Michael Netto, director of Dining Services. HUB to be remodeled, as well as the Tome Science Building, several offices moving. College provides beds to students despite over-enrollment and lack of space. New regulations for parties where alcohol is...

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Political groups growing and prospering on campus. Dr. Arthur R. Shuman discusses proposed changes to state alcohol laws and alcohol culture at colleges. College to upgrade telecommunications system. Dickinson Investment Alliance student group pursues portfolio. Fight in quad involved a non-...

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