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Presidential Election

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Debut of "The Private Secretary". Swarthmore and Dickinson meet in intercollegiate debate. Loraine McAnney wins Miller prize and Gilbert Malcolm wins Wakley prize in declamation contest. Straw Poll of Dickinson favors Theodore Roosevelt.

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Professor of History, Leon C. Prince, seeks re-election to state senate. Rushing continues for potential new fraternity pledges, while sorority rushing ends. Dickinsonian celebrates 60th anniversary. Dickinson Law School has 54 new men enrolled. The Football team is to open the season with a...

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This issue contains an article as well as an editorial concerning Dickinson's accreditation by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. Student Senate approved loaning money to put towards a radio station at Dickinson. Professor John C. Pflaum, who recently returned from...

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In this issue, the American Chemical Society announced its accreditation of Dickinson, while the Middle States Association released favorable criticism of the sciences at Dickinson. International opera singers Pierrette Alaria and Leopold Simoneau are to visit Dickinson. Student Senate endorsed...

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This issue features an interview with incoming college president Dr. Howard Rubendall. In a campus-wide mock-election, students overwhelmingly favored Nixon, although the faculty preferred Kennedy. The Mermaid Players present their first production of the season, "Arsenic and Old Lace." A comic...

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Following up on a report from the Middle States Association, the need for a library expansion and improvement is discussed. The Social Rules Evaluation Committee met to discuss possible changes in the social rules. A new literary bulletin appeared on campus. A weekly Dickinson radio show will...

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Representatives from the Architects Collaborative plan to visit the campus Dec. 11-12 to interview students and begin planning for the new Fine Arts Center. US Congressman Edward Biester is slated to speak on law at College and Law School on Dec. 7. Dickinsonian to meet WDCV members in annual...

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The language lab has incorporated electronic audio equipment into their space at Bosler Hall. The renovations for the Durbin Oratory in Old West have been delayed due to a lack of funds. The administration is considering a plan that would allow graduate students from Pennsylvania State...

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Students for a Democratic Society planned their fall schedule, focusing on "positive goals". The PEER program visited several important Washington D.C. landmarks, including the National Cathedral and the White House. Dickinson summer school students disapproved of the Republican Party's decision...

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The Board of Trustees voted unanimously "in favor of implementation of the proposals put forth by the Task Team on College/Fraternity Relations." There are more articles discussing the Presidential race between Jimmy Carter and President Gerald Ford.The Central Pennsylvania Consortium offers...

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In this issue, Jimmy Carter is elected President of the United States. A revision to the grading pass/fail system by the Academic Standards Committee adopted C- as a failure. The Women's Intramural Program had eleven teams enter into the volleyball competition and there were 24 women entered...

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Winds of change blow Clinton into Oval Office. Substance free housing proposed. College faces possible "no parking" sign violations in Mooreland lot. Third annual rape awareness week proves successful. Studies tie the economy to election results. Lines in the cafeteria still long, even after...

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Relay for Life to be held. Comments about the increase in internet speed. Article on Barack Obama's presidential victory. Changes to the orientation committee. Nichole Fernandez is named the Reserve World Champion at the International Friesian Showhorse Association's Grand Nation and Worlds...

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