Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, July 19, 1968

The language lab has incorporated electronic audio equipment into their space at Bosler Hall. The renovations for the Durbin Oratory in Old West have been delayed due to a lack of funds. The administration is considering a plan that would allow graduate students from Pennsylvania State University to become involved in undergraduate intern teaching at Dickinson. Ada Perry, a secretery for 6 consecutive Deans of Men and one Dean of Women, was honored by her colleagues at her retirement. Nelson Rockefeller, candidate for the Republican Presidential nomination, outlines his 4-Stage plan for a Vietnam peace settlement. Sgt. Phillip Andress discusses his time as a Green Beret in the Army. Professor Charles Sellers was honored for his efforts in creating the Area College Liberary Cooperative of South Central Pennsylvania.