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Mock Convention to open next weekend at College. Nancy van Vuuren speaks to the Women's Group of the College. Anita Tuvin Schlechter Auditorium is the subject of a photo essay. The Hog Ridin' Fools review R'n'L Deli in Harrisburg. In its concert, The Mahavishnu Orchestra "proves unique" with a...

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Sen. Fred Harris is to speak at the College's mock presidential convention. Sen. Jacob Javits is to deliver the Commencement address. In Memorial Hall, the Morgan Lecture in Classical Languages and Education is given by Prof. Saul Levin. The Academic Program Committee composes a final resolution...

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The Senate defeats a resolution to censure the Black Hats. Sen. Fred Harris gives Mock Convention speech. The Convention sees the ticket nomination of George McGovern-Shirley Chisholm. Freshman Vic Laws bids for a Maryland delegate position to the Democratic National Convention. The College...

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A Ford Humanities Grant funds "The Interdisciplinary Faculty Seminar on the Experimental College." Supporters of George McGovern plan a fund-raising party. The newly-launched Action in Society program hopes to recruit student volunteers. Dr. Warren Hassler, Jr. is to deliver a Pflaum Lecture in...

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Richard Ashcraft is to speak on the political implications of the liberal arts. The HUB features an art exhibit of American Primitive Paintings from the National Gallery of Arts. The College's Festival of Fun gets a photo essay.

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Prof. George Allan of the Academic Program Committee (APC) drafts proposal to install "4-J-4" calendar system at College. Shelley Wright, Dickinson's first female athletic trainer, is highlighted. In Witwer Hall, the Women's Program Committee meets to plan future activities. McKenney Hall to be...

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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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Sir Hugh Stott Taylor, first Priestley Award recipient, passes away. The Institutional Priorities and Resources Committee plans to install a computer terminal in the library. Historian William Goetzmann to speak at College. Increased popularity of tennis creates need for College to alter court...

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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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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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Dickinson hosts its fifth annual Blacks Arts festival with the theme of "The Black Light of Truth." A schedule of events for the festival is also published. The faculty holds a special meeting to discuss possible changes in the requirements for tenure. Plans for a new gym complex on Cherry...

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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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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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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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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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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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In this edition Maryanne Cunningham, the Coordinator of Housing and Programs, has decided to leave her position due to curtailing and redefining of her job. Students in Bologna experience political unrest while studying abroad. The Admissions Office has begun a more intense recruitment program...

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Club Hockey Team attempts to gain varsity status. Newspaper editor Barry Rascovar to offer writing hints in a two-day writing workshop. Student Senate debates the new constitution. Students complain about the inefficiency of the Health Center. Morgan Hall to become a block housing option....

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Omicron Delta Kappa and Blue Hats tap members. Junior Scott Mumma awarded the Presidential Scholarship by President Samuel A. Banks. Junior Bill Hill III receives 1902 Award. Alpha Chi Rho and Sigma Alpha Epsilon organize a 24-hour marathon volleyball game to raise money for UNICEF. Ted Kennedy...

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The Dickinsonian is awarded All-American status in a recent Associated Collegiate Press rating of college and university newspapers. The topic for next year's Public Affairs Symposium will be "Men and Women: What is Our Future Together?" Arnold Shay, a Polish Holocaust survivor discusses his...

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Students vote on new Senate. Harrisburg Mayor Paul Dougtrich speaks at the College. Anne Abrams, Director of the Holland Union Building, resigns. Student Affairs Committee offers rush and pledge program insight. Social Violations Hearing Board rules on fraternity vandalism cases. Details on the...

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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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Borges' scholars from across the country gather to participate witness and participate in Jorge Luis Borges' three-day Symposium at Dickinson. Joan Hoff Wilson delivered a speech on Tuesday evening regarding Watergate and its aftermath. EFFORT, or "Equality for Females: Our Rights Today," hosted...

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Phi Kappa Sigma will loose the lease for their house for at least the next 2 years. The Mock Presidential Convention nominates Reagan with 58.9% A variety of games, contests, foods, and entertainment will be offered this year at spring fest. Sen. Proxmire gives a fantastic speech as keynote...

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