Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, June 21, 1968

The PEER (Program for Enrichment, Education, and Recreation), a program for underprivileged children in the Carlisle community, began Wednesday with movies and field studies. United Phone is set to allow the use of credit cards for long distance calls on campus. The Freshman Colloquium for the 1968-69 school year will focus on the concept of time. William Miller, a non-matriculated Dickinson student, was found dead in the Conodoguinet Creek near Camp Hill on June 18. The United Methodist Churches of Central PA are set to bring 160 high school students to Dickinson's campus for "Youth Emphasis Day." A review of James Baldwin's novel "Tell Me How Long the Train's Been Gone," published in The Nation magazine, is printed in this issue. Howard Baum will take over duties as the Director of Auxiliary Enterprises for the Holland Union Building. A survey of Carlisle residents conducted by Dickinson students shows that apparently Carlisle residents are not particularly interested in specific political issues. "2001: A Space Odyssey" is reviewed.