Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, August 30, 1984

New construction on campus, completion of 'Townhouses' on Louther. Housing shortage on campus results from larger freshman class, improved retention rate. College changes alcohol policy regarding kegs on campus, restricting them to fraternity housing only. Denny Hall completely renovated for first time since 1905, while additions to Snack Bar (Snar) lag behind schedule. Phi Kappa Sigma suspended for two years. Review of campus alcohol policies nationwide and on campus. Music review of Bruce Springsteen's "Born in the U.S.A." and accompanying concert tour. National Shakespeare Company takes up residence at Dickinson over summer, produces "Two Gentlemen of Verona." Raymond T. Erney steps down from coaching Dickinson Football, with Wilbur Gobrecht replacing. Women's Club Soccer makes the move to Varsity, while College improves Biddle Field.