Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, February 28, 1991

Gulf War-inspired Silent Vigil for Peace takes place at town square. Health Center notes increased illness among students. Controversy over Senior Class President Mark Broadhurst resolved. 1991 Multicultural Fair and Black/African American Arts Festival begin. Men's basketball team advances to NCAA playoffs. Common hour speakers focus on U.S. refugee policy. Stephen Katz elected as Student Senate Vice President. College club examines Greek life. Peggy Reeves Sanday to lecture on date rape. Dance Theatre Group interprets popular songs. Independent Choreographers Exchange to perform. "At the Corner of Dickinson and Broadway" creates an "entertaining evening" in ATS. Phil Woods to perform. Operation Morgan Love designed to "increase student awareness about the war." "Image and libido" are said to "reign" at College. Peace Action group resides in HUB.