Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, March 12, 1971

Student Senate focuses on discussions on the academic calendar, housing, and student files. Mead is honored with the Priestley award in a ceremony. An open hearing rejects the eleven point grading system. Margaret Mead speaks on the "Generation Gap" in environmental issues. The Seven major resolutions recommended by the Academic Program Committee are passed by faculty and presented in detail. Career Week offers help with summer job scarcity. ATS is vandalized. The follies will present the musical "Carnival!" Sergeant Musgrave's Dance is "heavy" and overly complicated. Men and Woman's housing plans for the next year are given. Members of the College and town have formed the Cumberland Conservancy Committee on Recycling.