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The German Club's showing of the film "Anna Christie" brings in $120.29 to be added to the travel fund that will allow students to travel to Germany. A new Dickinson alumni club will be forming in New Jersey. Six college students, including representatives from Dickinson, are collecting 1,000,...

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Announces speakers for Vocational Guidance Week. Committees appointed to help plan the Sesquicentennial dance. The Dickinson Debate team won a debate against Colgate. Article on initials carved into the "famous old stone steps" of Old West. The Men's Glee Club will travel to sing for Dickinson...

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Robert Bartley wins 1902 Class Award. Eddie Steele is elected basketball captain. C. R. Walther Thomas speaks to Union Philosophical Society about the state of Germany and Nazism. Omicron Delta Kappa convention held at Dickinson. Professor Mulford Stough speaks to Young People's Fellowship about...

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Dickinson football won against Susquehanna last weekend and will face Gettysburg this coming weekend. Petition presented with 450 signatures at the beginning of Chapel about giving athletic scholarships to students--this was the result of built up tensions. Improvements to be made to Conway Hall...

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A joint-committee is created to organize and coordinate extra-curricular activities to to help with defense service or preparation. The most recent Student Opinion Surveys of America poll has revealed that students believe that war increases opportunities. The Red Cross to create a unit on...

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New classes added to curriculum relating to the war and war in general. Student Opinions Surveys of America polls reveal that patriotism has risen in college students since the United States became involved in the war. Dickinson offers accelerated program in accordance with the government's...

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The 70th Anniversary issue. Article about the history of the Dickinsonian. Fire at Phi Psi House, only minor injuries. Student Opinion Surveys of America found in a poll that the favorite movie of 1941 among college students was "Sergeant York." Twelve semester hour summer session is being...

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Ten seniors elected to national scholastic honor society Phi Beta Kappa. Raven's Claw taps seven seniors. Herbert Sheidy is elected president of Student Senate. Editorial staff for 1947-1948 Microcosm is announced. Russell I. Thompson succeeds Ernest A. Vuilleumier as College Dean. Whitfield J....

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Doll Dance is held. Ernest A. Vuilleumier to receive the D.C. Scott Althouse Chair of Chemistry. Jim Mackie and John Cassen are men's swimming co-captains.

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Foucault Pendulum constructed in Tome Scientific Building to demonstrate laws of physics. John Curley becomes Dickinsonian editor. Lee Sharpe breaks swim record.

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President William Edel consents to extended term. Admissions plans class of '63 to be smallest in many years. Fire in kitchen of Phi Epsilon Pi house. Student Senate questions faculty changes. Frank A. Miller becomes history instructor; Jacqueline Smith Olin becomes chemistry instructor. Men's...

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Candidates for Student Senate elections announced. United Party's platform. Dickinson Follies perform "Katy Did", a modern adaptation of "She Stoops to Conquer". Dickinson Aero Club plans to purchase second plane. Wrestling competes in Middle Atlantic States Wrestling Championships. Swimming...

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Frederic W. Ness becomes humanities chair. Gilbert Malcolm elected president of college. Mermaid Players Sue Murray and Doug Wert receive Gould Awards for outstanding dramatic arts. Twelve outstanding seniors selected for Who's Who. Danforth experiment to continue with freshman discussions of...

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Students ratify Senate constitution. Sorority pledge classes to present skits at Doll Dance. Dean acknowledges grades. Michael L. Cipolla to manage Dickinson Dining Services. Ralph Kirkpatrick headlines Bach in Harpsichord presentation. American help to Portugal threatens African freedom....

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In this edition, off-campus study is becoming explored by students in Bologna, Colombia, I.E.S., India, Appalachia, Israel, THUS, Washington D.C. And CPC. Students brainstorm ideas to attract more people to the K.W. Roundroom coffeehouse. Students are also investigating food waste in the...

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Daughter of late General Joseph Warren Stilwell, Nancy Stilwell Easterbrook speaks about China. Dean Leonard S. Goldberg reacts to multiple student assaults on campus. Coalition of Private University Students (COPUS) strives to improve the student finance gap. Professors Lonna Malmsheimer,...

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The Pew Memorial Trust is source of a recent grant that the College secured to help expand the College's computer system. The Panhellenic Council met last week to approve the formation of a fifth sorority. Boxers Ron Sing and Larry Russo will compete in the Eastern Conference Boxing Championship...

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The Carlisle area faced a 5.6% unemployment rate for the holiday season. A student group helped to set up decorations around town and have received much praise from the community. Mary Powell, new director of the Health Center, has already made huge changes to the center, including a small...

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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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The all-college Student Affairs and Services Committee held an open discussion on the role alcohol plays on campus. The Beta Theta Pi fraternity's 24 hr polesitting marathon took place Friday and raised over$2000 for M.A.D.D. Author, Critic, and NYU professor Denis Donoghue presents "The...

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The all-College Priorities and Long Range Planning Committee (PLRP) announce that tuition will rise less then 8% for the 1984-85 academic year. Dickinson will enter the 1984 College Bowl. Students are given a tour of Denny Hall over the weekend to see progress on its current restorations. U.S....

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Dickinson makes one million dollar commitment to improving college scientific equipment. Grants allow college to purchase microscopes among other equipment, scanning electron microscope donated by Dupont Inc. Possibility of a national drinking age by 1986 debated. Students support Oxfam with...

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The Faculty Committee on Personnel redesigns student course evaluations, focusing on gaining both quantitative and qualitative information from students. Library criticized as missing the mark on collection breadth and availability, facility design. Union Station to feature pizza-making option;...

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Dickinson announces a 9.9% tuition increase to meet rising costs of institutional improvements. Students studying off campus run into a number of problems on return, chiefest among them the disorganization of course registration. College receives $1 million grant from the National Endowment for...

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Greek life gains greater popularity on campus, prompts the possibility of new sorority colonization. Central Pennsylvania Consortium moves to more effectively celebrate Black History Month with educational opportunities for residents of the Harrisburg area. English department faces personnel...

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