Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, February 16, 1968

The Back Alley Quintet is set to perform on Valentine Weekend in the Social Hall. Nine candidates for the various Student Senate positions unveiled their campaigns in the last week. The IFC held a series of lectures on fraternity life. Dean Gillespie announced that students over the age of 21 could now live in off-campus housing, under certain stipulations. The Rococo Company "Baroque" group is set to perform this weekend. A "moderate epidemic" of German measles arrived on campus, affecting twenty students, according to a nurses report. Professor Flint Kellogg is set to conduct a history seminar on the "Negro in America". Sororities are set to pledge freshmen. Swimming, basketball win, while wrestling loses. The IM basketball league approaches its end.