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President Sam Banks proposes 'repositioning' and increasing tuition at "State of the College" address. Ben Bova to speak at PAS. Education included in Reagan's State of Union Address, Fire at Phi Epsilon Pi Fraternity House, Exhibit of Ms. Toshiko Takaezu opens in new Trout Gallery in the Emil....

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Borges' scholars from across the country gather to participate witness and participate in Jorge Luis Borges' three-day Symposium at Dickinson. Joan Hoff Wilson delivered a speech on Tuesday evening regarding Watergate and its aftermath. EFFORT, or "Equality for Females: Our Rights Today," hosted...

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The Second Annual Metzger Series opens with a focus on acquainting Dickinson women with possible career opportunities. Homecoming Weekend attracts 1000 alumni. Student Senate will begin broadcasting pilots on the Carlisle Cable Company's channel 13. The Health Center's "Wellness Week" will focus...

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The all-College Priorities and Long Range Planning Committee (PLRP) announce that tuition will rise less then 8% for the 1984-85 academic year. Dickinson will enter the 1984 College Bowl. Students are given a tour of Denny Hall over the weekend to see progress on its current restorations. U.S....

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The Board of Trustees increases tuition by 8% for a total of $11,040 for tuition, room, and board. National public relations firm Hill & Knowlton has been hired by President Banks to help position the college as a more prestigious and top liberal arts college. Presidents of the college's ten...

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Student Senate held an open forum concerning the recommendations made by the Student Affairs and Services Committee in regards to the 1884-84 alcohol policy. Predictions vary for the outcome of Dickinson's annual Mock Presidential Convention. Phi Beta Kappa visiting scholar Ellen Weaver gives...

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The Dickinsonian wades into the local and national political debate with profiles, analysis, and endorsements. Campaign for the Pennsylvania House of Representatives reviewed, candidates John Broujos and Earl Keller interviewed. The Dickinsonian endorses Walter Mondale for U.S....

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College's phone system profiled, notes system changes on the way. Greek Week draws crowds in support of Greek life and the United Way once again. Professor Fred Petty's station wagon covers mileage equal to that of distance between Earth and Moon. Celebration planned. WDCV seeks to keep pace...

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Student financial groups YES and DIA, stress prudence after decline. Library and HUB considers for possible late night study areas. Another intrusion causes concerns over security. Recent alumni Molly Dean assists with phonathon. A profile of the Peace Action Network. Hillel provides valuable...

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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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Students push for an Environmental Science major, but due to curriculum issues, it will not be offered at this time. The FBI have been searching United States libraries for potential Soviet agents. Members of the College community show disapproval over the sorority rush process, which some feel...

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SASC, IFC and Panhel discuss the suspension of Rush. College community fasts for Oxfam benefit. Dickinson students participate in pro-choice rally in Washington, DC. Choir and Jazz perform in their annual Concert of Vocal and Instrumental Jazz. DTG presents their fall dance concert, "New...

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ROTC students reflect upon possibility of serving in Persian Gulf War. Annual budget passes smoothly. While some students return early from studying in Bologna due to terrorism and war issues, enrollment in study-abroad programs remains strong. Rally for Peace confronts Persian Gulf War. Housing...

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College to focus on issue of diversity in re-accreditation process. Common Hour discusses AIDS and students. SASC (Student Affairs and Services Committee) examines freshmen little sister rush. Former President Howard Rubendall dies. Living Colour plays at Kline. Pres. Fritschler creates...

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Sukanya Krishnan wins senior president, Officers plan for senior year. Dr. Kesho Scott talks to Common Hour about Racism. Admissions looks to national rankings for sign of improvement. College strives to meet the needs of disabled students. Some class officers positions filled, few vacancies...

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Weekend cross burning inflames Carlisle community. Trout Gallery to display AIDS quilt. Week planned to raise awareness about homelessness. Clinton faces voter mandate. Beta Theta Pi beats Sigma Chi in race for Senate funding. Baseball caps have become popular on campus. Hudlin Brothers find...

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An article announces college students as the newest high risk group for AIDS. The new Dean of Educational Services, Dean Emerick, looks forward to getting to know students and adapting to the campus. The YWCA and the Social Justice Coalition of Carlisle will sponsor the second annual Rainbow...

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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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Old West opens its doors to celebrate Constitution Day. College welcomes new faculty. Disabled students will have less boundaries. PAS to discuss the United Nations. Freshman class impresses Admissions. Account of rushing for men and women. Local bands attempt to establish a name as HUB rocks...

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Senate recognizes Dickinson chapter of Students for a Free Tibet. ROTC sponsors blood drive in Social Hall. As part of Alcohol Awareness Month, speakers talk on alcohol issues. Producer David Haugland speaks at Common Hour panel on homosexuality. College to participate in Pew Higher Education...

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Haitian art exhibit on display in Trout Gallery. Gen. David Meade, Hon. Sylvia Rambo, and Robert Waidner receive honorary degrees. Poet Debra Allberry speaks in Memorial Hall. Pres. Fritschler receives distinguished alumnus award from alma mater Union College. Veganism and vegetarianism...

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Star Trek icon, George Takei to deliver the Poitras-Gleim Lecture. Writer and political activist, Jo Freeman discusses feminism and family values at an event sponsored by the Clarke Center and Women's Studies. AIDS quilt on display in the Trout Gallery, honoring all victims of AIDS. Deli...

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Geophysicist, Dr. Frank Press will speak at the Priestley Award Ceremony as the Priestley Award recipient. The Peer Review Board offers an alternative to first-time violators of College Policy. Revolutionary War reenactors to visit Dickinson. "Free Tibet" students attend a national conference in...

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Shoplifting incident compels the Bookstore to seek more elaborate countermeasures against theft. Financial aid spending threatens reserve funds. Nobel Prize winner and former president of Costa Rica, Oscar Arias Sanchez, addresses the college. Students fast to relieve pains of hunger around the...

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Riggs unearths bones under Old West steps. Panelists ponder future of the arts at four-day symposium in ATS. Student groups, DPS (Department of Public Safety) to relocate to a building on Dickinson Avenue. College's revamped website meets with mixed reviews. Previous fires spark new prevention...

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