Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, April 2, 1971

The Student Senate hears two housing reports; one from Dean Markwood and one by the Ad Hoc Committee on Fraternity Housing. They also examined registration procedures. Multiple faculty members will be leaving or going on sabbatical. A team of twelve students with a faculty adviser will carry out an investigation of the Carlisle area's effects upon LeTort Spring and the Conodoguinet Creek from June 1 to August 19. Law and Social Work are the highest attended programs at Career Week. The Fine Arts Department will sponsor an exhibit by American artist Paul Feeley. ISO will sponsor a rock concert. A new program for study in Germany is being sponsored by the University and the Institute of International Education. The 1971 rosters and schedules for lacrosse, baseball, golf, track, and men and woman's tennis are announced along with a review of the teams predicted performance for the season.