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Kaylor, Paul E.

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The duties and plans of new chaplain Paul Kaylor are discussed. Next year's cultural affairs presentations are announced and include The Dave Brubeck Jazz Quartet and Odetta. President Rubendall announces a "redefinition" of Dean of Student duties for forthcoming position-holder Prof. Harold...

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The Mermaid Players open "A Man for All Seasons", their first performance of the year. The Dave Brubeck Jazz Quartet is scheduled to play on Friday, Nov. 17, 1967 at the Carlisle Senior High School Gymnasium. David Hagan of the Dickinson College faculty will give a piano recital, Nov. 12 at 3 P....

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Student Senate elections were held, with Tom Martin elected as president of the Senate. The Mermaid Players are slated to perform Richard Sheridan's "The Rivals" starting February 29 and ending March 2. Bucknell, Franklin and Marshall, Dickinson, Gettysburg, and Wilson are set to hold meetings...

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This is a special issue of the Dickinsonian, published in response to Dr. Martin Luther King's assassination. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated on April 4th, and four articles were written about the assassination in this article. One profiles student reaction, one profiles faculty...

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Senior Wayne Sunday faces possible anti-draft charge in conjunction with his signing a pacifist group statement. SDS demonstrates at the opening of George Wallace's campaign headquarters in Carlisle. Political Science department airs negative views towards Wallace. Chaplain Paul Kaylor critiques...

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Associate Dean of the College Stanley Nodder resigns. Two biology students are successful in their NSF funded research on skin grafs. In an effort to curb the high theft of student's personal property in Kisner-Woodward, the doors to the building will remain locked at all times. Chaplain Paul E...

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Chaplain Paul Kaylor announces plans for the College's Bicentennial Celebration. Trustee Board hears housing report. Middle States Commission selects college for participation in evaluation program. President Rubendall and wife plan to leave for three-month vacation in Mediterranean. Last Friday...

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Mock Convention to open next weekend at College. Nancy van Vuuren speaks to the Women's Group of the College. Anita Tuvin Schlechter Auditorium is the subject of a photo essay. The Hog Ridin' Fools review R'n'L Deli in Harrisburg. In its concert, The Mahavishnu Orchestra "proves unique" with a...

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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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In this edition, a "well-known civil rights attorney" William Kunstler appeared and spoke at the Pre-Law Society's First Annual Law Symposium. The College's Chaplain, Paul Kaylor, resigned from his position after ten years, and prompted the creation of an All-College Study Group on Campus...

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In this edition, Preisdent Banks and senior staff members analyze the recent changes and upheaval with the College's personnel. Former College chaplain Paul Kaylor, former Associate Dean of the College Kenneth Laws, the Dean of Educational Services Robert A. Barr, the Director of Financial Aid...

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