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Junior class, Class of 1943, elects president. Student Senate decides that Rushing will not occur during the summer session. the 169th Commencement. Approximately 120 students are enrolled for the summer session. the 1942 Microcosm comes out on time. Six high school seniors are awarded Trustee...

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Seven men to receive honorary degrees at commencement. Donald Masten is elected president of Union Philosophical Society. Program for Commencement Weekend (Senior Day, Alumni Day). Five rising freshmen (Kenneth Dietrich, Theodore Sky, John Matta, Joanne Judd, Barbara Boffenmeyer) receive Trustee...

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Honor Code is not ratified in student election. Tuition is raised. Dickinson joins Institute for American Universities' Junior Year in France Program. Jack Yahraes (Action Party) is elected Student Senate president. Changes in rushing season and girls' hours discussed at Communications Committee...

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In this issue of the Dickinsonian trustees approve the 10-year Program of Development Plan. The Shirelles will perform at the IFC dance. Democratic candidate for governor Richardson Dilworth visits Dickinson. The Dickinsonian is awarded First Class Honor Rating by the All-American Newspaper...

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The fourth annual Derby Day Steal sponsored by Sigma Chi kicked off Parents' weekend. Both East College and Bosler Hall had to put off renovation due to fund shortages. Tom Martin, president of the Student Senate, outlined the challenges that are to be faced by the student representative on a...

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New representatives were elected to Faculty, all-college Committees, and to the College Judicial Boards in the last faculty meeting. The last Student Senate meeting revolves around election of new members to college committees and discussion of Tenure. Formal dedication of the new ATS auditorium...

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Carl Sagan will receive the Priestley Memorial Award. A Russian Mini-Festival will be held next week featuring music and poetry. The College is awarded $57,200 under the Institutional Assistance Grants Program by the Pennsylvania Higher Education Agency. An experienced track team looks to be in...

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The College-Community Orchestra and College Choir will preform together along with featured guest cellist Michael Haran for Parents' Weekend. WDCV continues to make plans for improvement, including expanding airtime and and adding a greater variety of programs. A gallery of the Black Arts...

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Parents' Weekend activities will honor President Rubendall. The Union Philosophical Society resumes activities. The Senate voted unanimously that the faculty restore honorary status to Skull and Key. IPR (Institutional Resources and Priorities) presidential candidates are announced. A biography...

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Dr. Henry Commager will speak at Commencement. The PEER Auction is a success. A new freshman orientation program entitled "Bud-dy" will match incoming freshman with an upper clansman. The Director of admissions gives enrollment data. A synopsis of Two Gentlemen of Verona is given. The College...

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College uses grant from Charles A. Dana Foundation to establish academic employment for students according to their particular interests. Phi Kappa Psi loses social privileges, required to pay $3000 fine in punishment for hazing, among other regulatory violations. College Chaplain Mary Ann...

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Student Affairs and Services Committee develops noise policy to be adopted on a trial basis. Director of Admission Larry Mench points to 12% application rate increase among high school students interested in Dickinson. Community service performed by sororities and fraternities highlighted....

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College's phone system profiled, notes system changes on the way. Greek Week draws crowds in support of Greek life and the United Way once again. Professor Fred Petty's station wagon covers mileage equal to that of distance between Earth and Moon. Celebration planned. WDCV seeks to keep pace...

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A survey sent to each student by the "Committee for the Improvement of Student Life" and the results showed that students were disappointed in the social life, maintenance, and the dorm rooms. The geology and psychology buildings' renovations are to be complete by the fall. Students give their...

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Michael J. Netto explains and defends the college meal plans because of complaints by students of the cost. Students continue to speak out about AIDS and give their own advice and opinions. The Blue Hats or Wheel and Chain society is recognized and appreciated on campus for the work they do. The...

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President-elect Dr. A. Lee Fritschler comments upon various areas of the College that he wants to improve once he becomes president. A memorial stained-glass window was installed in Bosler dedicated to the death of students Christine Major, '86 and John Buonocore, '87, as well as other...

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New Senate resolution restricts Concert Committee selection process. Rape Awareness Week features various events, including upcoming panel discussion. Class pre-registration method revised. Housing Board decides next school year's SDLC locations. English major redesigned for this year's freshmen...

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Student Senate President Sonya Lin and administration reflect on term. Laura Croghan, Stephen Katz, and Joe Cardinale chosen as new Senate officers. Sen. John Heinz's unexpected death leaves void for Commencement speaker. Groups (Sigma Chi, Phi Kappa Psi, and the Multicultural House) appeal...

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For Earth Week, DARE stresses environmental resourcefulness. Common Hour speaker Peter Montague discusses toxic waste problems. Rape is discussed at Health Center. Housing Board grants different living arrangements for Sigma Chi and Phi Kappa Psi. Dana Stuchell of Animal Rights Mobilization...

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College to focus on issue of diversity in re-accreditation process. Common Hour discusses AIDS and students. SASC (Student Affairs and Services Committee) examines freshmen little sister rush. Former President Howard Rubendall dies. Living Colour plays at Kline. Pres. Fritschler creates...

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Alcohol violations increase, committee looks at social life. BYOB forum discussed new party policy. Student Senate discusses academic advising. CBS correspondent Ann Compton to speak at this years commencement. College expands study abroad programs to China. Registrar introduces new registration...

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More students than expected vote in senate elections. Record number of students who applied for off campus housing are denied. Bud Shaw, alumnus and activist, dies of AIDS. Students attend an abortion rights march in Washington, D.C. Symposium to be held to discuss the future of Cuba. Students...

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Former Sports Illustrated model Ann Simonton speaks on media exploitation of women, students respond to lecture. Finance Committee budget appears to prevent Greek Week. College calls Blues Traveler concert a success. SAE, APO postpone Friends of Feinberg benefit due to lack of interest. The...

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Student Senate rescinds use of College name agreement. Communications and Development director Robert White resigns amid fund-raising. First weekend of BYOB meets with success, few problems. Social life committee to continue. Feinberg dinner rescheduled for next week. Eating disorders on campus...

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Secrets of how to live off-campus revealed. Lack of candidates and voters tarnishes Senate races, three positions unfilled. New Student Senate president to fight apathy, inspire activity. Weather dampens events but not spirit of the first annual Peace Festival. Holocaust remembered by College....

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