Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, February 14, 1964

Student Senate election campaigns under way with Larry Bayley, Paul Burtner and Angelo Romeo running for president. Tighter security introduced in the library as a checkpoint is set up. Bo Didley to perform for Valentine's Day. Lewis Fulton, national field director for Young Americans for Freedom, to appear on campus to discuss the merits of "Operation Abolition" at Public Affairs Symposium. Transfer students comment on transition to life at Dickinson. New sabbatical guidelines for professors to make personal research easier. Jeffrey Hollander to present a recital sponsored by the Cultural Affairs Committee. Greek elections completed. John LeRoy wins most valuable player award.