Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, April 19, 1963

In this issue of the Dickinsonian several honoraries tapped new members. Students plan a National Student Federal Aid to Education Conference. Steering Committee meets to improve orientation proceedings. Old West will be recognized as a National Historical Landmark. Bosler Hall will hold an exhibit showcasing American artists from 1916-1941. Belles Lettres host the movie "Wild Strawberries". Dickinson students attend a UN seminar. Dr. Whitfield Bell Jr. to speak at the Old West dedication. Frederick Ferre honored by Yale Philosophy Graduate Club. ROTC to hold annual inspection. Duke Ellington and Josh White perform during Spring Weekend. Carolyn McMullen Rensch visits to give series of lectures on missionary work. Aquacade present "Kaleidoscope in Color". James Mathis to conclude the Cultural Affairs Program. Art Hankin ends IF bowling with 170 average. Tennis victory against Lehigh.