Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, April 21, 1961

Betty Keat wins Fulbright Scholarship for study in France. Student Senate sponsors clothing drive. Trustees present nine resolutions concerning housing. Six sophomores given freshmen counselor positions. Editorial critiques graduation requirement of having a minor. With the leaving of Professor Jack M. Jarrett, students ponder the future of Dickinson music programs and acknowledge a campus apathy. Professor Ralph Schlechter, founder of the Music Department, reflects on 40 years at Dickinson. Aquacade presents "Scenes along the Seine" for Arts Festival. Skull and Key tap ten sophomores. Orientation Committee begins plans for next Orientation. Betsy Wylie to enter the US Navy. Students question Governor David Lawrence.