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A two weekend test period of the new expanded social rules is put agreed upon. A schedule of events for parent's weekend is given. David Bedick and Kenn Claus debate the "god is dead" belief. Dickinson's track and field team continue to go undefeated.

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The newly established Faculty Student Affairs Committee will officially begin to study effects of the experimental Social Rules beginning in the fall. Four paintings were stolen from the Student Union art display. A recent survey reveals that "goldbricking" is among the most popular college...

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Students are outraged by faculty's refusal to accept IFC's or PanHel's rush rules. The Independent Students of Dickinson College vote to make their government based on representation by dorms rather than by open meeting. Malcom Hall men's dormitory as well as a new woman's dormitory are set to...

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The schedule for Commencement Week and Alumni Weekend is published. IFC accepts it's previously proposed rush procedures for the 1966-67 yr that were approved by the Student Senate and not supported by the faculty. New rules for women's rush established by the Pan Hellenic council will go into...

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The Student Mobilization Committee finalizes its plans to attend the Vietnam Moratorium and faculty urges it's support as well. Action against the Vietnam conflict and participation in Moratorium on other college campuses is also covered. A workshop is held to discuss incorporating the study of...

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Deans debate how to deal with the problem of fraternity housing as housing space is limited and fraternities are not filling up their residence halls. The Social Affairs Committee proposes that fraternities be given a list of all personal to live in the house and any that do not fill their hall...

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The college takes measures to fight local pollution; specifically against dumping at Letort marsh. Five Dickinson law students demand a hearing after the Dickinson College tries to force them to pay for the ROTC program. Composer John Cage receives the 1970 College Arts Award. A schedule and...

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Student Senate discards the group housing proposal. A revised College Committee structure is approved. An open hearing is granted to ROTC. The personnel committee adopts new procedures for faculty evaluation. A Byrds performance is announced as part of the Spring Weekend entertainment. The New...

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Dr. Stanley Nodder is appointed Associate Dean to succeed Dr. Merle Allshouse. The highlights of Parents Weekend are revealed. Black poet Don Lee will give a discussion on what it means to be black at Dickinson. Senate passes its budget without any changes. Senatorial Canidate Norval Reece will...

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Norval Reece campaigns on campus for a Democratic Senate seat. A student referndum on ROTC will be presented by Student Senate. The ROTC debate continues with the main issues being the moral question of weather ROTC should be on Dickinson campus, the academic question of if military science...

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The Policy Committee will present two resolutions to faculty at their next meeting: 1. The ROTC will be abolished on campus. 2. No academic credit will be granted for courses in the ROTC program. Student Senate invalidated the election results for the Institutional Priorities and Resources...

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Faculty votes to keep ROTC on campus but remove all academic credit from the program. Plans continue to progress for the protest march past the War College. Safety tips, including what to do in case of tear gas, are given for the March. A faculty meeting adopts five resolutions concerning...

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414 incoming freshman are welcomed. The resulting budget changes after the Allenberry conference are published. According to a study conducted by Tufts University, coed housing is safe and more natural than gender separated housing. Dickinson welcomes multiple new faculty members in a variety of...

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Harold Howe, a vice-president of the Ford Foundation and former U.S. commissioner of Education, will be the speaker at Commencement. Senior William Durden is awarded a Fulbright Scholarship. May Day plans are elaborated on. The India Semester program will continue over the summer. Wheel and...

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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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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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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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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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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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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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"The Visit" play, performed by the Mermaid Players, earns mixed reviews. President Banks calls together a group, made up of the President's staff, Chairmen of the Board of Trustees and Development Finance, Student Affairs Committee, the Educational Policy Committee of the Board and various other...

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Greek Week, sponsored by the College's Interfraternity and Panhellenic Councils, will raise money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Women's Track and Field will compete in the Middle Atlantic Conference. The Men's Soccer team has been fundraising for a four-week trip to Australia.

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Occupancy requirements force fraternities out. Fraternities petition for recognition. Faculty negs senate vote. Senior class committee searches for funding. Freshmen drink but prefer not to. ROTC training includes air exercise. Traveling abroad? watch out. A look back at historical college news...

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