Dickinsonian Newspaper

1976

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In this issue, there is more discussion about the Ford/Carter Presidential debates, especially on foreign policy. The Faculty Committee rejects a proposal by the nontenured faculty who wished to replace tenure with a contract system that would hire professors for a certain amount of years....

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In this issue, former Dickinson College President, Dr. Howard L. Rubendall, reminisces about his time at Dickinson College. The Nisbet Scholars Program has proved beneficial and fulfilling to its participants. An article discusses the first ever televised Vice-Presidential debates between Robert...

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The Board of Trustees voted unanimously "in favor of implementation of the proposals put forth by the Task Team on College/Fraternity Relations." There are more articles discussing the Presidential race between Jimmy Carter and President Gerald Ford.The Central Pennsylvania Consortium offers...

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In this issue, Jimmy Carter is elected President of the United States. A revision to the grading pass/fail system by the Academic Standards Committee adopted C- as a failure. The Women's Intramural Program had eleven teams enter into the volleyball competition and there were 24 women entered...

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In this issue, the College Store's price increases by 20% have been proven unprofitable. Another article discussed the legalization of Marijuana and how it could soon become a reality. Disapproval was expressed by students in an article on the changes in housing, specifically fraternity houses....

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In this edition, a tuition increase was issued, which raised tuition to about $300 more for the '77-'78 school year. The Affirmative Action Committee of Dickinson College is reviewing and revising the Title IX (against sex discrimination) self-study. Apparently the AAC recommended that the Raven...

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An 86-year-old tradition was revived at Dickinson, with the inter-society debates between the Belles Lettres and the Union Philosophical Society. A study abroad trip to England is offered for the summer with a focus in Astronomy and Geology. A report was published in the paper by the Task Force...

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