Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, April 11, 1969

President Rubendall announces that although pledges for the Ford Foundation Challenge Grant exceed the goal of 6 million dollars, the money has yet to materialize. Elkin Tolliver, Mike Floyd and Ron Lane are arrested as both students and townspeople picket in front of municipal building in controversial racial incident. Dr. Gerald S. Hawkins, dean-designate, is introduced. William Kroll to perform in the Social Hall. William Durden and seven others receive ROTC scholarships. Larry Warner gives talk, "Dickinson: Our Glorious Alma Mater," in Denny Hall. The Soul Survivors to perform for IFC Weekend. Rick Smolan conducts photo study as Arthur Murphy comments on anti-war demonstration in New York City.