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All five faculty committees have granted voting rights to student members. The Student Mobilization Committee receives funds and backing from student senate to attend the Moratorium protesting the war in Vietnam. Kisner-Woodward hall receives approval of its Social Code from the Student Affairs...

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President Rubendall is honored for his decade of service as President of the college at graduation. Kisner-Woodward residents agree upon a social code. The class of 1971 presents Dr. Harry F Booth with the Ganoe Award for "the most inspirational teacher during their entire college course." ATS...

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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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Student Senate investigates the non-broadcasting status of WDCV and the coed situation of Kisner-Woodward. "Student housing remains a vital problem" at Board of Trustees meeting. An exhibit of Jerry Kunkel drawings in the Holland Union Building is deemed "quite exciting." Black Forest Rhodes...

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Kenneth Laws and Larry Oncley, teachers of the summer Introduction to Jazz course, are set to themselves perform jazz in KW. Trustees of the Florence Jones Reineman Wildlife Sanctuary purchase adjoining farm.

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In this issue, the new coffeehouse in the Kisner-Woodward Roundroom has opened under the jurisdiction of the Adams Basement Coffeehouse (ABC) Steering Committee. Bruce Wall Jr. was named the new Dean of Residential Services. The idea of a 14-meal, no breakfast plan in addition to the 21-meal...

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In this edition, off-campus study is becoming explored by students in Bologna, Colombia, I.E.S., India, Appalachia, Israel, THUS, Washington D.C. And CPC. Students brainstorm ideas to attract more people to the K.W. Roundroom coffeehouse. Students are also investigating food waste in the...

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In this edition, the Roundroom coffeehouse in Kisner-Woodward attempts a revival by bringing in regular jazz performances. Amy H. Siewers, assistant director of Financial Aid, has recently resigned her post to take care of her child. The future looks promising for soprano Gwendolyn Bradley after...

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President Ronald Reagan delivers his final state of the union address. College plans another new alcohol policy. Carlisle proposes zoning changes. Nancy Lindgren resigns as HUB administrator. Bookstore manager describes improvements. Leaky roof at Kisner-Woodward soaks residents. Trout Gallery...

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