Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, February 9, 1968

Professor Larry Warner encourages student participation in a Labor's United Worker's strike at the on the Carlisle Tire and Rubber Company, and 30 to 75 students did participate in the participate in the protest outside of the factory. Dickinson received a loan from the Department of Housing and Urban Development for a new dormitory. Peter Frankl, the Hungarian pianist, is slated to play Friday night at Carlisle High School. David Susskind, Peter Jennings, and Lawrence Laurent spoke on censorship, the effects of TV on the American public, and television as an educational tool last Tuesday at the Public Affairs Symposium. WDCV announces an expansion in programming. Three members of the Dickinson faculty were named Professional Chairs by the Board of Trustees. The Debate Team wins at a meet in New Orleans. Dickinson is struggling for funds, according to an editorial. Fraternity pledge classes are announced. Elmer Herber, a biology professor and Dickinson sports fan, is profiled. Swimming set to compete after two straight victories; basketball and wrestling continue play this coming week, while the IM basketball league enters the playoffs.