Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, April 16, 1998

Juniors John Strand and J.T. Chimiento capture victory as president and vice president, respectively, in student elections that were marked by low voter turnout. College formalizes three-year agreement with university in Queretaro, Mexico, for a new study abroad program. Student president Chris Fahey resigns after making negative comments in an editorial. US Health Secretary Donna Shalala delivers keynote address for Bioethics Symposium. College officials ponder relocating HUB offices to create new student space. Model UN members garner honors and recognition at international conference. New admissions strategies help to boost applications for Class of 2002. Stuffy campus inhibits expression of true identity - a student expresses how difficult it is to be gay at Dickinson.