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The Dramatic Club's production of Clarence debuts. Belles Lettres and UPS plan a contest to include informal debates and speeches. A survey of the most popular names among Dickinson students appears. The Alumni Council requests the cooperation of undergraduate students for the preparation of...

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The Alumni Council holds their annual banquet with Boyd Lee Spahr as keynote speaker. A statistic study of the freshman class indicates that half of the members are either Presbyterian or Methodist. The Debate Club announces the subjects for intercollegiate debate this year. The Pelletier-...

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An elderly Carlisle local is released from the hospital after over a month after being injured by Dickinson freshmen during a pep parade. The undefeated freshman football team will battle another undefeated team, Gettysburg, in a game this weekend. Esther Chambers, vice president of the Women's...

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Dickinson alumnus Professor Clarence Anderson of Pennsylvania State College dies following an operation at a hospital on Huntingdon. Upon the recommendation of the Special Athletic Committee of the Alumni Council a new committee was appointed to survey the athletic situation on campus. Every...

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Paul Dietz, a well-known actor of the American and German stage, gives an address to the German Club. Over thirty students apply to join the Dickinsonian staff. The College Senate sends a delegate to the Sophomore Vigilance Committee in order to keep the organization in check in their actions...

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The Mermaid Players announce their next production. "Our Town" will be performed December 1, 2 and 3 in Bosler Hall. The Aquatic Club is performing later this evening their interpretation of popular children's stories. The entire production is student produced from scenery and lights to costumes...

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"Bachelors Bend," a production by the Dickinson Follies opens tonight at the Carlisle High School auditorium. The Alumni Committee and the Faculty Fraternity Relations Committee are meeting to discuss potential changes to the fraternity system at Dickinson. A computing laboratory is being opened...

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George Shuman will be serving on a committee that will evaluate Finch University in New York and determine whether it is a credible institution. He describes this as being an honor to both himself and Dickinson. Students have the opportunity to study in Spain, Iran or Italy with new fellowships...

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Chuck Horewitz writes an article profiling the Poor People's March on Washington. The Freshman Pre-Orientation Weekend plans are outlined in the headline article. Dickinson will have to look to its own funds for renovating the old library building, Bosler Hall. The Board of Trustees and the...

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President Sam Banks proposes 'repositioning' and increasing tuition at "State of the College" address. Ben Bova to speak at PAS. Education included in Reagan's State of Union Address, Fire at Phi Epsilon Pi Fraternity House, Exhibit of Ms. Toshiko Takaezu opens in new Trout Gallery in the Emil....

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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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