Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, April 23, 1965

Fine Arts Festival includes Mermaid Players production of "The Divine Comedy", Faculty present "Of Thee I sing". Pres. Rubendall turns ground for construction of new Biology building. Freshman and upperclass counselors announced. Arts Festival shows two films by Sergei Eisenstein. History of Founders' Day. Ugandan student Anita Kabenge discusses education system differences. George D. Kilsey and Joseph H. Schiffman to speak at chapel. Dr. Donald T. Graffam conducts study on small college student personalities. "The Open Door" coffee house opens in Matthews. New Anthropology laboratory opens in Denny. Seven new faculty members added to staff for 1965-66. Commemoration of college to occur during Founders' Day. Planned Parenthood controversy discussed. Rhodesian student Nazario Morondera discusses intimate class structure. Baseball loss 18-5. Lacrosse loss 9-7. Phi Kappa Sigma and Beta Theta Pi continue winning streaks in volleyball.

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