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The facts and figures of the revised budget are presented to faculty. SAE allows women to be social members in a fraternity for the first time. Student Senate will contribute to the tree fund by matching one quarter of the student funds raised with senate funding. The Senate voted to allow $100...

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200th Anniversary Committee created to plan bicentennial celebration of college. Aquacade, Dickinson's synchronized-swimming group, begins activities. Flying Burrito Brothers "produce good sounds" in last weekend's concert. Hamilton Restaurant reviewed in reprint of "Those Hog Ridin' Fools". The...

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Student Affairs drafts new housing policy. Ford Foundation sponsors fellowship programs open to ethnic minorities. College participates in dedication of Florence Jones Reineman Wildlife Sanctuary. African Congress to publish "Nia" newsletter. The Hog Ridin' Fools review Mrs. Stamms restaurant....

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Senate meeting approves Rugby Football team and the Carlisle Consumer Protection Agency. College Choir and College-Community Orchestra to perform works of Beethoven, Bach, and Bullard. Resolution points to Faculty's support of wider student expression and power within governance. A page of...

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The Student Senate adopts a resolution "recommending that ROTC be maintained without academic credit." The Mock Convention holds Platform hearings on "important political issues." The Chess team clinches championship in "its most successful season in recent memory." The Mahavishnu Orchestra is...

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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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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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At the Founders Convocation of the College's 200th Anniversary, Sen. Richard Schweiker delivers an address praising the College's educational tradition. College holds a symposium entitled "Voice of Today's Woman". PPG Industries Foundation provides a grant to support March's "Science for...

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The Mermaid Players open a new season with The Front Page. An overview of C. DeLores Tucker's speech at last week's symposium "Voices of Today's Women" is presented. A lecture on Charles Nisbet is given by Prof. William Bowden. To be held in conjunction with the College's Bicentennial...

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Debates on student services and admissions highlight the Senate meeting. A WDCV poll shows Eugene McGovern ahead of Pres. Nixon in student voter replies. Alumnus Stuart Pankin is highlighted as a participant in the upcoming Young Artists-in-Residence week. The Social Hall sees the Great Debate...

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In ATS, the College Choir, Chapel Choir and College-Community Orchestra will open the Young Artists-in-Residence Week. The College plans to present its Arts Award to the Philadelphia Orchestra. Musician Joshua Rifkin will be one participant in the Young Artists-in-Residence Program. At a Faculty...

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The Executive Committee and the Board of Trustees approve "McKenney Hall" as the name of the newly-built dormitory. The College will hold the "Science for Survival" Symposium next week; John George Kemeny is the keynote speaker. Moonchildren opens at Mathers Theatre.

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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 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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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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Michael Kammen is to speak at College's celebration of the national bicentennial. Controversy between Phi Epsilon Pi and Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternities climax with three brothers of the former spreading excrement around the door of a brother of the latter. Plans for campus rathskeller are...

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Students oppose the proposed April 14 pledging cutoff. Senior Laurie Lucas is crowned Miss Cumberland Valley. Historian Fritz Stern discusses Einstein's Germany in a public lecture. Seniors in the Nisbet Program struggle with their Problem Oriented Experience papers, and faculty members question...

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El Salvador has become a major world issue due to violent conflicts. At a Tuition symposium, sponsored by Sigma Chi Fraternity, treasurer James Nicholson and director of Financial Aid Donald Raley discussed proposed financial aid cuts for the 1983 school year. Broadway Night, a series of...

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Dickinson has decided to participate in "Ground Zero Day" to make communities aware of the threat and effects of a nuclear war. Alpha Chi Rho fraternity is being charged in a case of social misconduct and is seeking an appeal. The Commission on the Status of Women released a questionaire last...

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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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Dr. Frank Drake of Cornell University receives the 1983 Glover Memorial Award. The College Personnel committee decides to suspend the use of present faculty evaluation forms. Pennsylvania Representative Richard J. Cessar hosts a discussion concerning state government. BACCHUS works to educate...

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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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Dr. Ralph Abernathy, a close friend of Martin Luther King Jr. and a leader in the Montgomery, Alabama bus boycott of 1955-56, spoke at the Multicultural Fair and Black Arts Festival. A new cataloging system called, 'AutoCat,' has recently been installed in the library to allow easier searching...

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Ad-Hoc committee on social life presents report to senate. Wellness Week common hour focuses on HIV/AIDS, remembers Bud Shaw. Senate passes agreement on groups using College's name. Shootings on South Pitt cause concern for student safety. Holocaust remembrance week to emphasize secular...

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