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A Ford Humanities Grant funds "The Interdisciplinary Faculty Seminar on the Experimental College." Supporters of George McGovern plan a fund-raising party. The newly-launched Action in Society program hopes to recruit student volunteers. Dr. Warren Hassler, Jr. is to deliver a Pflaum Lecture in...

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The Mermaid Players open a new season with The Front Page. An overview of C. DeLores Tucker's speech at last week's symposium "Voices of Today's Women" is presented. A lecture on Charles Nisbet is given by Prof. William Bowden. To be held in conjunction with the College's Bicentennial...

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At a Student Senate meeting, the current ban on waterbeds and pets is upheld. Poet Anne Waldman and five others are to partake in November's Young Artists-in-Residence Program. The multimedia-spoken word Story Theatre Troupe plans to perform Rites of Passage in November. The College...

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The Ad Hoc Committee on Student Personnel Services meets to acquire "more feedback...especially from students." Michael D. Hall and others are to participate in the Young Artists-in-Residence Program. Meyer Rheinhold will give the Morgan Lecture in Classics at an "unprecedented two-day...

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Governor Milton Shapp will present the College's Arts Award to the Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra. As part of the Bicentennial Celebration of the College, an art exhibit has been arranged at the William Penn Museum in Harrisburg. About 40 female students travel to D.C. to attend workshops...

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Carlisle-born pianist Harriette Line Thompson is to give a recital in ATS. The Mermaid Players are to put on Spoon River Anthology. The Academic Standards Committee formulates an "experimental" Credit-No Credit grading proposal. A series of articles reviews the Young-Artists-in-...

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Faculty approves the Credit/No Credit grading program. ROTC adds a seminar series dealing with contemporary problems. Student Paul Kanev puts together Christmas Around the World, a multimedia presentation to be given in the Bonisteel Planetarium of the Tome Science Building. Last Sunday...

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Last Monday a failed water line in Carlisle curtailing the College's water availability. The Computer Service Center department forms, expanding computer operations on campus. The U.S. Department of the Interior designates the College-managed Florence Jones Reineman Wildlife Sanctuary a National...

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Student Senate removes Skull and Key as an honorary at the College. Loren Eiseley is to be this year's commencement speaker. This fall WDCV plans to begin FM broadcasting. Darius Milhaud's Promesse de Dieu, a choral work written for the College's Bicentennial, will premiere as a final...

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Violinist Erick Friedman to appear in Cultural Affairs Series. Freshman roommate questionnaire is revised to "care for personal needs." The Hillel Society meets.

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Tom C. Clark delivers the keynote Public Affairs Symposium speech. In preliminary ballot voting results, students favor the Berman Resolution for off-campus housing. Associate Dean for Residential Services Stephen Markwood notes this school year as having the lowest freshman fraternity...

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Kathy Bachman is elected as the first female Student Senate President. The Preservation Hall Jazz Band is to perform on campus. New Birth praised for delivering "soulful show."

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Sir Hugh Stott Taylor, first Priestley Award recipient, passes away. The Institutional Priorities and Resources Committee plans to install a computer terminal in the library. Historian William Goetzmann to speak at College. Increased popularity of tennis creates need for College to alter court...

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PEER auction features numerous exotic items. Student Senate endorses National March for Impeachment rally in Washington. Clive Driver, literary executor of Marianne Moore's papers, speaks on the poetess in a lecture beginning National Library Week. Artist Ben Miller speaks in Bernard Center....

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Student Senate urges a reduction in physical education requirements. Feminist Florynce Kennedy is to speak at College. Watergate conversation transcripts of Pres. Nixon will soon arrive at Library. Students Heather McGregor and Carol Kelly will present a joint recital. In the Morgan Lecture...

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The faculty endorses five proposals introduced by the College chapter of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP). Food services blames water for student's sickness. The Mermaid Players will present Under Milk Wood for their first production this year. The library proposes...

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John M. Bevan, candidate for College president, examines the importance of a liberal arts education. The Follies production of Superman opens next week. Gulf Oil foundation presents the College with a $1000 grant for audio-visual equipment. Ronald E. Doernbach is selected as the new College...

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College Presidential candidate Samuel A Banks visits the College again. The Mermaid Players' final production of the year will be the 18th century English comedy The Clandestine Marriage. The Office of Student Services opens its miniweek program on Death and Dying with a panel discussion on...

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The Mermaid Players latest production of Rashomon will open next week. Director of student aid Charles Twichell discusses the current financial aid situation with Student Senate. An outline of events, topics, and background information on the Public Affairs Symposium is given along with...

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Defined as an "alternative to distribution requirements," the Nisbet Scholars Program awaits final faculty approval and will begin with selected members of the class of 1979. Students would be exempt from distribution requirements, but participate in special seminars throughout the freshman year...

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An amended version of the Steiner-Backer resolution for special interest housing is adopted by faculty giving special interest groups clearly affiliated with an academic program housing priority. Allan continues to defend the abolition of Dean's List. Student body officer elections result in...

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The Student Senate approved $81,500 in allocations for next year. The Mermaid Players' last production of the year will be the Shakespearean musical Two Gentlemen of Verona. Wheel and Chain and ODK hold spring induction ceremonies.

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Dr. Henry Commager will speak at Commencement. The PEER Auction is a success. A new freshman orientation program entitled "Bud-dy" will match incoming freshman with an upper clansman. The Director of admissions gives enrollment data. A synopsis of Two Gentlemen of Verona is given. The College...

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24 students help Carlisle Water Works deal with Hurricane Eloise flooding. Delta Nu furniture stolen from storage. According to article "[a]nimosity has decreased" between Campus Police and students over the past five years. Women's Law Society of Dickinson Law School is to present a lecture by...

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