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Freshman Orientation

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List of freshman class and overview of states they represent. College's heating system is rebuilt. Microcosm no longer to focus on senior class and no longer to be sole responsibility of Juniors. Freshman orientation. New demerit system outlined. Carnegie Room opened in Denny to display art....

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The state of Georgia hold Rutgers student on charges of insurrection for trying to register Blacks to vote. A New York theater company perform an Italian drama for a Cultural Affairs program. Dean informs students of new Pennsylvania drinking age law. Ingmar Bergman's acclaimed film, The Seventh...

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In this issue, an assembly of students met and overwhelmingly voted in favor of petitioning the school for changes in the current Social Rules. An editorial reaffirms this sentiment. Dickinson's College Bowl team beat St. Francis. The school is planning two new dormitories. Students voice their...

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Planning and details of freshman orientation for the class of 1970 are discussed. Propositions for changes in the fraternity rush system are outlined and await faculty approval. Faculty postpone their vote on abolishing SFJC (Student-Faculty Judicial Council) in favor of an all faculty council....

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Four Dickinson representatives attended Danforth Foundation's Summer Workshop on Liberal Education and returned with suggestions for a new work-study program and curriculum changes. Contractor's miscalculations lead to delay in construction of Spahr Library's interior, delays bookwalk. ODK...

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A faculty group holds a discussion with incoming black freshman on how their experience at a segregated high school will compare to the predominantly white Dickinson College. An Amendment to end the War, sponsored by 24 Senators, will finally come to a vote. Freshman orientation takes a more...

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An art exhibit by Rick Smolan will be held in the HUB for Freshman Orientation. The Security Office asks students to take steps to help prevent theft. The US Postal Service considers commemorating Old West into a stamp.

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Rick Smolan will present an Art Exhibit in the HUB for Freshman Orientation. Papers of Rush, Priestley, and Buchanan rest in the College's Mae Morris Room.

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Dr. John Harris, Jr. and Samuel Witwer, Jr. chosen as College Trustees. Prof. Marjorie Fitzpatrick helps obtain French-Canadian literature for Library. Prof. Eugene Rosi begins work for Office of Health, Education and Welfare in D.C. College installs PDP 1155 computer. Pres. Sam Banks...

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Dickinson College is the recipient of the $250,000 grant from The Kresge Foundation. New security system added to Boyd Lee Spahr Library to prevent theft of books. Dickinsonian is awarded All-American status by the National Scholastic Press Association and the Associated College Press....

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550 freshmen arrive on campus to begin orientation and their college careers at Dickinson. Alpah Chi Rho fraternity is re-issued its charter after a one-year suspension and will begin an alcohol-free pledge program. The Alumni Council endorses a resolution implementing an "alternative beverage"...

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New construction on campus, completion of 'Townhouses' on Louther. Housing shortage on campus results from larger freshman class, improved retention rate. College changes alcohol policy regarding kegs on campus, restricting them to fraternity housing only. Denny Hall completely renovated for...

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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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Admissions attributes the smallest freshman class in years, 487, to the recession. On September 13th, the White House serves as a neutral ground for Israeli Prime Minister Yatzhiz Rabin and Chairman of the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO), Yasir Arafat, to sign a peace treaty entitled "...

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Theme of college year is "Carpe Dickinson." Freshman orientation changed to include "Orientation Assistants." Seniors Jennifer Moll and Brian McLoughlin win Presidential Scholar Award. President of the American Civil Liberties Union, Nadine Strossen, gives a speech sponsored by the Clarke Center...

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Review of Orientation. Dickinson ranked 42 in US News & World Report. Need-to-know locations in the Holland Union Building for first-year students. Report on Department of Education's ruling in regards to free speech. Report on weight gain during Freshman Year.

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Special Freshman Orientation issue. Construction on Davidson-Wilson nearly completed, new projects to begin. The class of 2009 rolls in. Thoughts on move-in day.

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The Robert Randolph Family Band is revealed as the act at this year's annual fall concert. The class of 2010 is welcomed as orientation begins.

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