Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, December 1, 1967

Representatives from the Architects Collaborative plan to visit the campus Dec. 11-12 to interview students and begin planning for the new Fine Arts Center. US Congressman Edward Biester is slated to speak on law at College and Law School on Dec. 7. Dickinsonian to meet WDCV members in annual football game. Sigma Alpha Epsilon began its annual forum on Wednesday. A campus poll finds Rockefeller in the lead for the nomination for the 1968 presidential election. A mock national convention of GOP presidential candidates has been planned for April of the following year. Four teachers at Pennsylvania State University have decided to tape their classes so that students who miss class can get the information. Prof. Ralph Slotten has been given the task by the administration to act as an adviser for those students wishing to be conscientious objectors. Dr. Arthur McGill of Princeton University is slated to speak on "Issues of War and Peace". Students in Bologna attend Oktoberfest in Munich. Dr. Donald Krizek is slated to give a talk on "Post Nadal Care of Plants". Vassar College rejects a move to New Haven and an affiliation with Yale University, while Yale considers creating a sister school for themselves. Harry Zug, chairman of the Dickinson Fund, kicked off the organization's annual fundraising drive Nov. 27. Gary Lightman is attempting to found a Delta Chi chapter at Dickinson. Prof. Forrest I. Boley of Dartmouth delivered several lectures on physics over the past week. Soccer finishes 8-2-2, the best record in school history. Basketball kicks off, while cross country finishes off.