Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, March 11, 1966

Nobel Prize winner Charles H. Townes is awarded the Priestley Award. A resolution prohibiting discrimination in campus organizations awaits approval by the Board of Trustees. A group of administrators, faculty members, and students will meet to discuss what type of liberal arts college Dickinson should be. The assets of each actor to their role in the Follies production of Guys and Dolls is praised. Professor Robert Nilsson gives a review of the first semester of Dickinson's Bologna program. Dickinson is compared to Beloit College in academic structure and student population. The article then goes on to explain how Beloit has surpassed Dickinson as a liberal arts college and the aspirations Dickinson should have. For the first time, Dickinson College will be represented at the NCAA Small College Championship in swimming and diving.