Dickinsonian Newspaper

Concert

Dickinsonian Front Page

Harvard man Fritz S. Darrow, Ph. D. joins the college faculty.  Dickinsonians await a performance by the 50-piece New York Symphony Orchestra.  The annual Y.M.C.A. reception is held for new members in Conway Hall.

Dickinsonian Front Page

The Civic Club announces its schedule of entertainments for the year.  Music Department to give a concert.  Faculty decides to allow ten basket ball games for the year.  Bill proposed in the Illinois House of Representatives to remove fraternities' tax exempt status.  Kappa Sigma holds a smoker...

Dickinsonian Front Page

Halloween Masquerade Carnival to raise money for the band is to be held.  The Music department to hold its annual concert.  Philadelphia Club initiates its new members.  The Geology class, under the direction of Dr. and Mrs. Mohler, take a field trip to Boiling Springs.  Sophomores take trip to...

Dickinsonian Front Page

The entirety of the Student Senate with the exception of the Senate President resigns and forms a committee for student government reform after new regulations were put into place by the college administration, claiming that the administration's actions inhibited their ability to function as a...

Dickinsonian Front Page

The basketball season opens against Brooklyn Polytechnic. Statistics for the recently closed football season appear. A concert by basso Charles Trowbridge Titmann is announced for the following week. A banquet for the football team is held by the Athletic Association. The women's fraternities...

Dickinsonian Front Page

The opening day of the Dickinson in China fundraiser drive raises $887 in donations from 279 students. The Conly Concert Company of Philadelphia will give a concert. Alumnus Andy Kerr teaches a course on yell leading at Standford. The Athletic Council passes a resolution limiting the college...

Dickinsonian Front Page

Three students, Edward E. Knauss, Leon M. Robinson, and Robert H. Llewellyn, are elected to Phi Beta Kappa society.  Claude Hopkins and his Orchestra make the Mid-Winter Ball a success.  The Catholic Club hears Father Schott give a speech.  Wheel and Chain host a "Sweater Hop" dance.  President...

Dickinsonian Front Page

Dickinson's journalistic fraternity, Alpha Sigma Gamma, petitions national journalistic fraternity Pi Delta Epsilon for a charter. A group of 12 students visit the U.N. in New York. Ozan Marsh performs a piano recital, his second visit to Dickinson. A new program of inter-college cooperation...

Dickinsonian Front Page

John Ciardi to visit and give lecture on poetry. Establishment of International Studies Center in Italy under direction of Prof. K. Robert Nilsson approved. Seven members of faculty tapped by Alpha Psi Omega. Faculty Arthur Murray themed talent show planned. Dickinson College Chorale presents "...

Dickinsonian Front Page

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....

Dickinsonian Front Page

The Back Alley Quintet is set to perform on Valentine Weekend in the Social Hall. Nine candidates for the various Student Senate positions unveiled their campaigns in the last week. The IFC held a series of lectures on fraternity life. Dean Gillespie announced that students over the age of 21...

Dickinsonian Front Page

Former British Parliment member Colin Jackson speaks to students about the Middle East. The Josiah W. and Bessie H. Kline Foundation donates $500,000 towards the building of the college's new Life/Sports Learning Center, thereby "permanently associating...Kline's name with...[the] Center."...

Subscribe to Concert