Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, February 11, 1999

Republican governor of New Jersey Christine Todd Whitman to speak at Commencement. Upperclassmen booted to quads next year. Faculty set to battle it out over curriculum reform plans. Former UN weapons inspector Scott Ritter to open 36th annual PAS on Sunday evening, in spite of the withdrawal of 'Dolly cloner'. Admissions numbers up. William Durden chosen to succeed Fritschler as president of the College, articulates his vision for the College. Panel of experts on Russia debate country's shaky future. 1999 Public Affairs Symposium: Science in Society is profiled. Mermaid Players invite you to spend a 'Sunday in the Park'. Trout Gallery features twentieth-century women artists. Environmental science students get their hands dirty on field trip to the Bahamas.