Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, February 13, 1985

Greek life gains greater popularity on campus, prompts the possibility of new sorority colonization. Central Pennsylvania Consortium moves to more effectively celebrate Black History Month with educational opportunities for residents of the Harrisburg area. English department faces personnel shake-ups: Prof. Ellen B. Rosenman to depart; Prof. Donald V. Bowie resigns. College gears up for Public Affairs Symposium on the role of media in society and on campus. Albert Thompson, College employee of 30 years, interviewed. Dickinsonian editorial staff defends College's curriculum, highlights importance of First Amendment protections in light of upcoming Public Affairs Symposium. Call for more independent housing made. Prof. David Brubaker to retire. Dance Theatre prepares spring show. TBG performs at Union Station to packed audience. Women's basketball makes playoffs. Men's basketball defeats Franklin & Marshall in nail-biter. Indoor Track hosts meet for central Pennsylvania schools. Women's swim team defeats Gettysburg at meet, Men tie.