Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, March 13, 1985

College uses grant from Charles A. Dana Foundation to establish academic employment for students according to their particular interests. Phi Kappa Psi loses social privileges, required to pay $3000 fine in punishment for hazing, among other regulatory violations. College Chaplain Mary Ann Morefield, senior Kathie Hullfish, and Prof. Tommie Sue Montgomery to visit Nicaragua and El Salvador on research mission. Prospect of colonizing a sixth sorority to be reconsidered. New group on campus promotes campus activities alternative to Greek-sponsored events. Women's History Week kicks off with lecture on women and politics. "Ain't Misbehavin'" caps Black Arts Festival. Playwright David Mamet receives College Arts Award. Baseball and tennis teams gear-up for season. Lacrosse starts season early with scrimmage against Kean College.

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