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Poet Robert Kelly spends week at College. In a Denny Hall ceremony, Prof. Roland Fletcher is promoted to Major in the US Army. College Dean George Allan proposes changes in tenure and faculty development policies. College plans self-study in regards to Title IX law. Student Committee for Social...

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Dr. George Shuman announces retirement from vice-president and Board of Trustees positions. A host program is initiated by the Auxiliary Enterprise Committee and Dana Scholars. The Task Force on Residential and Social Life holds first meeting. An overview of the Public Affairs Symposium "Human...

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Ten students - with profiles provided - vie for Student Senate positions. Faculty favors plus-minus grading system. In the "Eating Out" column, the Towne Tavern and the Fireside Inn are favorably reviewed. Dr. Ben James honored by Sports Hall of Fame.

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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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An 86-year-old tradition was revived at Dickinson, with the inter-society debates between the Belles Lettres and the Union Philosophical Society. A study abroad trip to England is offered for the summer with a focus in Astronomy and Geology. A report was published in the paper by the Task Force...

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In this edition, a fire of a "highly suspicious origin" happened in the Sigma Chi fraternity house's bathroom closet. There was speculation about the source being a bottle rocket that was thrown into the bathroom by highly flammable objects. The All-College Study Group on Religious Affairs...

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In this edition the College President Sam Banks discusses the "challenge of 1980s" preparation efforts to a "Town Hall" meeting. The Writing Center was recently opened for student use in the library. An increase in enrollment has led to unhappiness amongst students because of overcrowding, many...

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This issue features an article on an increase of cocaine use in the United States. "The Dickinsonain" had released a survey on cocaine in the previous edition and received minimal results back, stating that out of the responses all except two had at least tried cocaine once.Female enrollment at...

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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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In this edition, the College's tuition has been raised by $1,005, which makes the total cost almost $9,000. Another housing shortage occurs at Dickinson, and many students look towards off-campus housing. The Russian Club has sponsored Russian Festival Week, which has Russian-style dinners,...

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Students and staff lament about new legislation by President Ronald Reagan that forces male college students who sign up for financial aid to also register for the military draft. Leonard G. Doran has been named Executive Assistant to the President for External Affairs. Nuclear awareness is...

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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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Jorge Luis Borges opened his symposium on Wednesday night by giving a lecture on the poetry of Emily Dickinson and engaging the audience with a question and answer period. Yale's Insider's Guide to the Colleges drew negative responses from Dickinson's administration after the guide claimed that...

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Problems between Theta chi and Phi Kappa Sigma fraternities have been taken to the Quad Board, who handles inter-fraternal disputes. BACCHUS and Alcohol Education combined to hold an alcohol awareness week entitled "Truth about Spirits." It focuses on responsible drinking. The Student Phonathon...

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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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The Board of Trustees increases tuition by 8% for a total of $11,040 for tuition, room, and board. National public relations firm Hill & Knowlton has been hired by President Banks to help position the college as a more prestigious and top liberal arts college. Presidents of the college's ten...

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The Gourman Report: A Rating of Undergraduate Programs in American and International Universities, gives Dickinson a rating of "marginal," the lowest possible rating. Dickinson attempts to recruit more black students. The Senior Action Committee plan their events for the year and start the...

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Student Immersion programs are currently being developed in Spain, France, and Germany. The Women's Center, at 222 Church Street, will open March 1st to provide lectures and exhibits focused on feminists issues. The Mermaid Players productions of Chamber Music and The Day The Whores Came Out to...

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Student Senate Polls opened for elections and info on each candidate is provided. A merger proposed by Dean Allan between the Academic Standards and the Admissions and Financial Aid Committees is currently under debate by the Long Range Planning committee as such a merger would lower student...

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The library bans smoking in the basement and throughout the rest of the building. Phi Delta Theta fraternity will appear before the Social Violations Hearing Board for a food fight that took place recently. The Arts House will present a student-run production called, "The Good Doctor." The Swim...

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Oxfam's fundraising fast raises questions. Prevalence of student drug usage discussed. Fritschler sheds light on campus concerns. Leaders see student government as powerful. Senior Sue Barzda spent semester in Nepal. "Still Motion" dance theater group concert to open. Racial tension continues to...

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Athletic trainer Julie Ramsey was not rehired by the College, causing quite a stir amongst students, and led to some students passing around a petition in protest. The Dining Services is under new management by Nick Stamos, who is working to improve the system. Anne Sturges, a freshman, has...

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The nationwide, student-organized "Land Use in Our Backyard March" in Harrisburg attracts 400 demonstrators with 100 coming from Dickinson College. Lumberyard closes for repairs after bathroom is vandalized during Mardi Gras party. SASC proposes new description of relationship between College...

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