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Carter, Jimmy

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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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This edition features discussions about Jimmy Carter and his recent Democratic nomination. Women's athletic programs have been now offering their participants more variety, as both Women's Volleyball and Field Hockey will be offered in the Fall. Professor Sylvester Kohut Jr., of the Psychology-...

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A women's health program is introduced on campus, allowing women to see a gynecologist free of charge. The women's field hockey team, coached by Kathleen Barber and Lee Ann Wagner, won 5-1 against Lebanon Valley. Professor Gerald Petrucelli, who teaches Modern Languages, was featured in a...

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In this issue, there is more discussion about the Ford/Carter Presidential debates, especially on foreign policy. The Faculty Committee rejects a proposal by the nontenured faculty who wished to replace tenure with a contract system that would hire professors for a certain amount of years....

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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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In this edition, a change in the college's meal plan was issued by President Sam Banks. Now the dining hall will be closed to anyone unless they pay upon entry or have a meal plan card. Dickinsonians launched a boycott against the "multi-national textile corporation" J. P. Stevens and Company. "...

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