Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, April 6, 2006

The Banner system for registering for classes and other services makes its debut, though most of its features remained not easily accessible at this point. Hillel and the Middle Eastern Club collaborate to hold a dinner displaying the possibility of coexistence between two groups who have historically been at odds. The applicant pool for the class of 2010 is the largest to date, making Dickinson's admission process even more selective. The new Center for Sustainable Living ("Tree House") is built and is LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Silver certified. WDCV, Theta Chi, and Special Friends hold an event entitled "50 Hours for Autism," a fifty-hour radiothon to raise money for Autism awareness. The Men's Lacrosse Team remains undefeated and holds the first place spot in their conference.

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