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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 members of Alpha Delta Epsilon sorority decide to affiliate instead with Gamma Phi Beta. Action is taken after "special effects" powder causes an explosion at the Sigma Chi fraternity house. President Samuel A. Banks announces the formation of the Task Force on Student Life. Professor Neil...

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Professor T. Scott Smith gives his "Last Lecture." The new gym is named after the late Josiah and Bessie Kline. Students attend a seminar hosted by Dr. William J. Beeners at Princeton Theological Seminary. Junior Colleen Miller is appointed Night Supervisor of the student union building - the...

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Dickinson College is the recipient of the $250,000 grant from The Kresge Foundation. New security system added to Boyd Lee Spahr Library to prevent theft of books. Dickinsonian is awarded All-American status by the National Scholastic Press Association and the Associated College Press....

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Fraternities issued large bill for property damages and cleanup. President Banks talks about the future of Dickinson College. Alcohol Learning and Knowledge for You, ALKY, is discussed. Sorority and Fraternity rushing begins. Women's Volleyball plays first match in new Kline Center.

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Discussion takes place on NCAA's proposal to govern women's athletics. The Kline Center is designated as exclusively for the use of Dickinson affiliated persons. Work-study students given minimum wage. Issues of segregation and insensitivity toward black Dickinson students is addressed at...

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Trustees approve increase in tuition cost. The Panhellenic Council eliminates fall rush. A pond and a sun deck will be added to the Kline Center. Michael J. Netto, director of Food Service, completes first year of residency at Dickinson having implemented many changes. Professor Dennis Akin...

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Flu outbreak overloads Health Center. President Sam Banks offers non-credit course on magic for second year. "Senior Night in Carlisle" held at local restaurants and bars. All-campus Study Group on Minorities created over concern of decline in the number of minority students. Bruce Wall, Dean of...

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In this edition, at least sixteen faculty members expressed with a petition a wish to end the pass/fail option. Professors Alan Kranz and Ann Mathews will be living on campus in student dorms due to the overcrowding on campus. A misprint in the College's catalogs cost around $4,000 to reprint. A...

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U.S. Congressman Bill Goodling speaks at the Whole Earth House about world hunger and its politics. Undergraduate degrees have been shifting from law and medicine to business degrees due to large incomes and prestige that comes with it. Preservation Hall Jazz Band performed at the Kline Center...

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The Kline Center, which has been open for four semesters, is undergoing maintenance for various areas that are damaged due to design problems. The Metzger Series, aimed at introducing Dickinson women to successful female alumnae, since it is considered that there are few female role models on...

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Omicron Delta Kappa, an honorary national leadership society for men and Wheel and Chain, an honorary society for woman, both had a ceremony to "tap-in" their newest members. The new Kline Center is being used for a Howard Jones concert, which creates issues about preserving the "newness" of the...

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Anonymous editors of the "Sheer Height Report," which is a play off of a real report called "Shere Hite," give an inaccurate study of Dickinson, poking fun at various topics such as senate budget, GLAD, the Greek system and housing. George Carlin, a well-know comedian, performed at the Kline...

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Enrollment for the 1994-1995 year is reduced so more funds can be put towards financial aid. Build-up continues for the upcoming PAS on media. A new climbing class proves very popular. In Honor of Black History Month, the Trout gallery opens an exhibit on African art entitled "African Objects of...

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Keith Boykin opens the College's Black History Month celebration with a lecture. Professor Cornel West of Harvard University to speak later for the celebration. College awarded $1.3 million in research grants. Eight senators are impeached at the latest Student Senate session as a result of...

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U.S. News: College ranks 39th among top schools. College welcomes largest class ever. College developing new communities on campus. Renovations continue on campus with the new science center, the Kline Center, and the SNAR. Changes in dorm life spark new RA training. Community Directors added to...

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Special Edition. Anthrax scare in the Holland Union Building leads to the building being evacuated and closed off for several days. Senior Andrew Theodorakis arrested. Meals were served in the Kline Center. Dickinson's ranking among the Top 50 liberal arts colleges rose due to the success of...

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This issue includes articles on the Freshmen Orientation. Interview with Dean Ricardo Surita on Michael Moore's upcoming public lecture. Update on Dickinson College's national rankings. Holland Union Building, Waidner-Spahr Library, Old West, Biddle Field Complex, Kline Center, and residence...

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Former President Bill Clinton is expected to speak on campus at the Kline Athletic Center.  Television stars Dule Hill (The West Wing, Psych) and Zachary Quinto (Heroes, 24) address Dickinsonians on Obama's candidacy and the importance of the young vote. ...

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Former President William J. Clinton addresses students at Kline Center on the presidential campaign of wife Hillary Clinton.  Rumors pervade the student body that presidential candidate Barack Obama will visit the campus.  Senior adviser to Barack Obama, Mark Alexander speaks to students in...

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Money rises in Senate Sinking Fund. Dickinsons' Green Grade improves. Cafeteria discusses plans to go tray-less next semester. Senate subsidizes new Kline TV's.  

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The school announced that the Depot will be demolished for later reconstruction of the Kline expansion. The Office of Community Service implements DreamCatchers program to assist student in Carlisle who are learning English as a second language.

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Nonprofit Inspirational Medine hosts a wine tasting, Relay for Life raised $51,500, Career Center welcomes the new report, Dickinson celebrates new sports facility, and Yik Yak causes Flak.

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The new Kline Center is unveiled, Matthew Wenz '17 presents as part of the TED Talk video series, Earth Science majors conduct summer research in Iceland, a solar panel is added to Britton Plaza, and the Clarke Forum honors the World War I centennial. 

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Outing Club hosts a climbing competition at the Kline Center, the Kline Center hosts the Fitness Blitz, English Majors begin thesis writing, the college revisits changes to the Sexual Misconduct Policy, and the College Farm plows ahead despite frigid temperatures. 

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