Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, February 23, 1968

Student Senate elections were held, with Tom Martin elected as president of the Senate. The Mermaid Players are slated to perform Richard Sheridan's "The Rivals" starting February 29 and ending March 2. Bucknell, Franklin and Marshall, Dickinson, Gettysburg, and Wilson are set to hold meetings to decide what to do with a grant from the Danforth Commission. Paul Kaylor announced that the Public Affairs Symposium for 1969 would be more of a symposium than a lecture series. The IFC held a series of lectures on life within a fraternity. The Psychology, Economics, and German departments changed their curriculum. A committee of History majors were appointed to re-evaluate the History curriculum. Julie D. Pringle, a Dickinson sophomore, was selected as one of the "Ten Best Dressed Co-eds" by Glamour magazine. Phi Kappa Sigma was awarded a plaque for its work with the YMCA's Gra-Y youth program. The idea of a women's scholastic honor society was rejected by a group of female leaders on campus. An editorial by Chuck Strum discusses the changing attitude of the student body at Dickinson College. The NSA (National Student Association) offers advice nationwide to US college activists. Ben James recalls his involvement with Dickinson athletics. Kappa Sigma wins IM basketball title. Swimming and JV and Varsity basketball lost, while wrestling beat American University.