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Prof. Richard Wanner announces resignation from Dean of College position; Prof. George Allan accepts his place. Students now favor the Nitschke Resolution on off-campus housing over the Berman Resolution. The Public Affairs Symposium (PAS) features Ramsey Clark. New Birth is to perform in ATS....

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Dr. Henry Eyring is to receive the Priestley Memorial Award. Strawbs will perform in the Dining Hall. In the Social Hall, John D. K. Brunner is to present a medieval-style puppet concert. The Library begins cataloging the Norris Collection. The Ecology Club conducts junk mail project. In ATS...

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The Beaux Arts Trio will perform in ATS. Special interest housing advocates explain rationale at Senate meeting. The Spanish and Art Workshop programs are eliminated by the Student Affairs Committee. In the HUB, a slide show of "The Postwar War" in Vietnam is presented. Also in the HUB, Judge...

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The Pittsburgh Symphony chamber Orchestra will play again in ATS. The College continues to make budget cuts due to the slow economy. A review of bars in Carlisle is given.

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Due to age, Denny Hall undergoes repairs. Amado Quartet to appear in Cultural Affairs program. Former US Pres. Assistant James Califino, Jr. speaks at the Presidency's Sixth Annual Leadership Symposium. In Memorial Hall, Hugh Seidman is to open Poetry Series. Jimmy Buffet and Roger McGuinn's...

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Actor Will Stutts to present Evening with Mark Twain in ATS. An ice cream freezer and menu board are added to snack bar. Faculty favors plus-minus grading system. College plans a variety of cultural events for America's Bicentennial birthday. Prof. Happe is promoted to US Army Major....

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Student Affairs Committee endorses room-by-room coed housing. Composer Ulysses Kay will be featured at Bicentennial celebration. In ATS, writer James Spady will speak. Dulcimer player Kevin Roth to perform on campus.

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In this edition, an overall drop in the College's average GPA has caused some concern. Many believe it is the newly adopted plus-minus system, while others believe it is just natural. New "typesetting" equipment has been purchased by the College for "The Dickinsonian," worth about $16,045....

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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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Former British Parliment member Colin Jackson speaks to students about the Middle East. The Josiah W. and Bessie H. Kline Foundation donates $500,000 towards the building of the college's new Life/Sports Learning Center, thereby "permanently associating...Kline's name with...[the] Center."...

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The Joan Kerr Dance Company presents a ballet commemorating the Holocaust. Database of alumni compiled to help students seeking information on careers. Newly elected Senate President Marilyn Emerson is sworn in. Whole Earth House is proposed. Fraternities consider moving out of quadrangle....

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Construction on a new wall along high street in front of the Weiss Arts Center begins, and is met with much student opposition. COPUS sponsored an information session on Thursday, February 24th, to help students better understand their options regarding financial aid. The Weiss Center for Arts...

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ODK and Wheel and Chain tap new members as well as honor seniors. Dickinson College Food Services institutes two new policies (a person must bring his original plate back for seconds and can only receive one entree at a time) in an effort to combat food waste and dish-room overload. Illinois...

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The library and computer center have been designing a library cataloging program, AUTOCAT, since 1982 and will be ready for use next year. Gamma Phi Beta sorority received their second President's Cup at Homecoming. The annual event, Songfest, was presented by Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK) and Wheel...

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Student Senate holds student body referendum in ATS to discuss the Select Committee Report on Greek Life. Dickinson College Children's Center is established. Carlisle resident falls through grating near Snar entrance of HUB landing in the basement suffering moderate injuries. Area is currently...

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College faculty rescinds ban on student alcohol-related activities, suspends all Rush activities for the remainder of the Fall semester. All classes and College activities suspended for Declare Day. SASC to vote on a revision of the Alcohol Policy. Camp Hill prisoners riot. Magician Kevin...

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Faculty approves adding a common hour to the routine schedule starting with the 1990-1991 academic year. Ralph Nader delivers keynote address at Public Affairs Symposium, drawing record crowds. Mermaid Players put on production of John Guare's "The House of Blue Leaves". Indoor track teams...

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PAS opens with David Gergen speaking on changes in Europe. To apply in fall, Housing Board requires fraternities to fill 75 percent of beds. Despite recession, seniors overall optimistic towards post-college success. Sen. John Heinz to give commencement address. Alexander Politkovsky speaks out...

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Gulf War-inspired Silent Vigil for Peace takes place at town square. Health Center notes increased illness among students. Controversy over Senior Class President Mark Broadhurst resolved. 1991 Multicultural Fair and Black/African American Arts Festival begin. Men's basketball team advances to...

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Student Senate President Sonya Lin and administration reflect on term. Laura Croghan, Stephen Katz, and Joe Cardinale chosen as new Senate officers. Sen. John Heinz's unexpected death leaves void for Commencement speaker. Groups (Sigma Chi, Phi Kappa Psi, and the Multicultural House) appeal...

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For Earth Week, DARE stresses environmental resourcefulness. Common Hour speaker Peter Montague discusses toxic waste problems. Rape is discussed at Health Center. Housing Board grants different living arrangements for Sigma Chi and Phi Kappa Psi. Dana Stuchell of Animal Rights Mobilization...

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College report evaluates the status of women on campus. Plans for renovation of ATS begin. Issue of Bosler hours temporarily resolved. Part 2 of the special report on the trustees: board members comment on their responsibilities. Common Hour kicks of Metzger-Conway series. ALLARM receives...

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Board of Trustees approves architect firms for renovation of ATS and expansion of Boyd Lee Spahr Library. Walk-a-thon raises funds for Jay Feinberg. Paid phone-athoners reap more profits. President Fritschler reflects on his trip to Russia. Pole sitting fundraiser raises money for the Muscular...

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Piazza will be focal point of college after renovations. Sick students told to wait for health center appointments. Students help local candidates campaign. Financial aid emerges as a campaign issue in Presidential race. Al Masland calls for reforms during campus campaigning. College's ROTC...

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US Supreme Court Justice Harry Blackmun addresses "the changing of the guard" at ATS. Protesters maintain vigil for God to "deal" Justice Blackmun. Riots, film galvanize black empowerment. Accident claims the life of college employee; injures another. Devil's Den usurps the condom machine....

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