Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, April 22, 1999

Senate ponders giving seats to IFC/Panhel, meets heated opposition to proposal. Faculty set for final vote on the curriculum. Former dean of enrollment at Johns Hopkins University, Robert Massa, named new VP for enrollment management. Senate requests investigation into possible Title IX violations for improper treatment of women's sports by the Athletic Department. A farewell interview with President A. Lee Fritschler. Titanic disaster revisited - freshman seminar reenacts last supper aboard the fateful ocean liner. Professor Priscilla Laws nets $1 million for physics education. Senior Amy Getz awarded Fulbright assistantship. Junior Dan Mouyard brings old music to life with "History of Ragtime" concert, sponsored by Delta Sigma Phi. Prized artists on exhibit at Trout Gallery. 'Dickinstock' set to rock Morgan Field - hippies rejoice.