Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, April 5, 1968

A rumored change in Dickinson's food service provoked a student outcry. Dean Gillespie has announced Thomas W. Carver as the new Dean of Men. John Bakeless is set to lecture on Thomas Conrad at the Spahr Library on April 5 at 8 P.M. 20 students were selected to be part of the Center for International Studies in Bologna. The faculty passed a new law regarding student athletics, stating that it is the individual students responsibility to make up missed work if classes were skipped for athletic events. The Branko Krsmonovich chorus from the University of Belgrade is set to perform at the Carlisle Senior High School auditorium on April 8th. Umberto Lanzarini of Bologna is received the first ever Bologna scholarship, which awards him a year at Dickinson College free of tuition. Counselors for the dormitories for the 1968-69 school year were selected. A review of "Kiss Me Kate" is included. Two professors are instituting "no-class classes" in which lectures have been abolished in favor of weekly individual meetings with each student. The Swarthmore Draft Conference Committee will hold a meeting to discuss the new Selective Service policy regarding graduate student deferment. U.S. rep Richard Schweiker, GOP candidate for US Senate, is slated to deliver the keynote address at the Dickinson mock GOP convention. 24 female students from Dickinson will attend the Women's Symposium on Marriage and Career in New York city on April 5th. Dickinson professor Flint Kellogg was invited to attend a conference on Civil Rights at the Truman Institute. Tennis and golf win, lacrosse loses badly, and baseball splits their two games.