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Samuel Hays Magill appointed College Chaplain and Director of Religious Activities. Annual Arts Festival to feature D. James Kettlewell. Microcosm announce Roger Craver as Editor in Chief for 1963 edition. Professors Frank Miller and Luther Erickson to leave college. Arrests made at Alpha Chi...

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In this issue of the Dickinsonian the AAUP removes Dickinson from its censure list. Dr. Eduardo Mondlane of Mozambique to speak in chapel. David R. Jefferson joins campus as Dean of Admissions and N. Ronald Pease joins as Dean of Men. Alpha Chi Rho penalized for social rules violation. Mermaid...

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Tamas Vasary to perform in Student Senate Cultural Affairs Committee concert. Delay in federal aid for new dorms allows time for re-evaluation of plans, President Rubendall indicates. Faculty and students protest Vietnam War with a three-day fast while counter-protesters seek to "neutralize the...

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Dave Brubeck Quartet is slated to perform this Friday night in the Carlisle Senior High School gymnasium. Eric Rundbaken will take over duties as the news editor for the Dickinsonian for the remainder of the semester. Phi Epsilon Pi puts on Fall Auto Rallye. United Telephone Company proposes a...

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Omicron Delta Kappa and Blue Hats tap members. Junior Scott Mumma awarded the Presidential Scholarship by President Samuel A. Banks. Junior Bill Hill III receives 1902 Award. Alpha Chi Rho and Sigma Alpha Epsilon organize a 24-hour marathon volleyball game to raise money for UNICEF. Ted Kennedy...

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Dickinson has decided to participate in "Ground Zero Day" to make communities aware of the threat and effects of a nuclear war. Alpha Chi Rho fraternity is being charged in a case of social misconduct and is seeking an appeal. The Commission on the Status of Women released a questionaire last...

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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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Phi Kappa Psi fraternity charged with harassment and failure to comply with College regulations after an alleged paddling incident. Dickinson College, President Samuel A. Banks, and Alpha Chi Rho fraternity named, with seven others, as defendants in a lawsuit filed by Dickinson Sophomore Scott W...

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Tri-Delta or Delta Delta Delta has become Dickinson's sixth sorority. A group of academic professionals, headed by Nancy Mellerski, are set to examine the College's investments. BACCHUS (Boost Alcohol Consciousness Concerning the Health of University Students) is sponsoring Alcohol Awareness...

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The Board of Trustees in undecided on whether or not they are willing to help the College divest all or part of a $6 million worth of investments to South Africa. Alpha Chi Rho is in debt to the College $9, 945 due to a lease agreement where each fraternity member is supposed to pay a certain...

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President Sam Banks has decided to take another position at the University of Richmond as their College President. The Alpha Chi Rho fraternity has been renovating their social room's floor. The Campus Activity Board promises more events for the year, more than just the coffeehouse. Dickinson...

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Former college student Scott W. Sinning, '87, is suing campus administrators, the Alpha Chi Rho fraternity, the Borough of Carlisle, Carlisle Chief of Police Frank Giordano, and two Carlisle Police Officers after being shot in the right eye by a pellet gun. Students that took part in the Malaga...

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Dr. Ralph Abernathy, a close friend of Martin Luther King Jr. and a leader in the Montgomery, Alabama bus boycott of 1955-56, spoke at the Multicultural Fair and Black Arts Festival. A new cataloging system called, 'AutoCat,' has recently been installed in the library to allow easier searching...

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Freshman Steven Butterworth dies from major head injuries after falling out of a 3rd story window at the Alpha Chi Rho fraternity the night before. All campus alcohol related activities banned indefinitely. IFC suspends all membership privileges to the fraternity pending further investigation....

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College Board of Trustees vote to adopt a resolution endorsing the Select Committee Report on Greek Life. Official investigation into student's death is completed. In light of charges brought against Alpha Chi Rho for their involvement in the accident, the fraternity pleads guilty and the...

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SASC subcommittee discusses and proposes changes to recognition draft in open forum discussion with students, faculty, and staff. Changes to be discussed at a later date. Housing Board issues final decisions for group housing in the 1990-1991 academic year. Butterworths hire private...

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