Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, April 9, 1992

More students than expected vote in senate elections. Record number of students who applied for off campus housing are denied. Bud Shaw, alumnus and activist, dies of AIDS. Students attend an abortion rights march in Washington, D.C. Symposium to be held to discuss the future of Cuba. Students and Safety and Security both pleased with HUB's all night hours. Walter Eddy discusses role of administration in Greek Life. Multiculturalism has become the goal and challenge for administrators. Editorial on the National Endowment for the Arts. Eaken Trio performs works of composer George Rochberg, who was in attendance. Centennial conference to become an all sports league beginning 1993-94 school year.