Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, April 3, 1980

Students oppose the proposed April 14 pledging cutoff. Senior Laurie Lucas is crowned Miss Cumberland Valley. Historian Fritz Stern discusses Einstein's Germany in a public lecture. Seniors in the Nisbet Program struggle with their Problem Oriented Experience papers, and faculty members question the program. Faculty approves the computer science major. Plagiarism resurfaces as a recurrent problem. Dr. Joseph R. Washington, Jr. addresses the future of the black church in the first speech of the Black Arts Festival. In an effort to improve communications between faculty and fraternity members, the Inter-Fraternity Council hosts a barbeque and question-and-answer session. Romantic pianist Raymond Jackson performs in the Black Arts Festival. Baseball Team defeats Swarthmore. The Rugby Club wins against Juniata.