Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, February 10, 1967

Tamas Vasary to perform in Student Senate Cultural Affairs Committee concert. Delay in federal aid for new dorms allows time for re-evaluation of plans, President Rubendall indicates. Faculty and students protest Vietnam War with a three-day fast while counter-protesters seek to "neutralize the demonstration." National Science Foundation provides money to help create Dickinson's first Computer Center. President of University of Chicago George Beadle wins 1967 Priestley Award. Professor Frederick Ferré contributes article to recently-published Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Professor Amos Horlacher named president-designate of national organization of Alpha Chi Rho. Institute of International Education opens program for summer study in United Kingdom. Experiment in International Living program plans to send students to 36 foreign countries next summer. Swimming team remains undefeated with wins verses Lycoming and Elizabethtown. Basketball team goes 1-2 on the week.

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