Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, December 5, 1984

The Faculty Committee on Personnel redesigns student course evaluations, focusing on gaining both quantitative and qualitative information from students. Library criticized as missing the mark on collection breadth and availability, facility design. Union Station to feature pizza-making option; Food Service hopes to compete with local pizzerias. Dangers of stress profiled, along with de-stressing tips. East Asian Studies Major established, Neil B. Weissman and Harry D. Krebs interviewed. Summer courses offered in England, focus is on History of England and English theater. Students protest new noise policy at Student Senate meeting. Dickinsonian editorial staff criticizes motives for new course evaluation forms. Collegium gives concert in Medieval and Renaissance music. Dance Theatre's "New Feets" goes on stage before sold out crowds. Dangers of bulimia and anorexia profiled, resources for getting help overcoming the disorders offered. Freshman plays profiled, students directing students. Nancy Oppenheimer first woman in College sports history to score 1,000 points. Dickinson Men's Basketball at 3-3 after first week of the season. Men's and Women's swimming continues success at Lycoming.