Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, March 16, 1978

A Women's Studies conference held on campus reflects the growing interest in Women's Studies. The College Fencing Company has recently been reborn and is becoming more well-known at the College. Women's softball has had the largest turnout from freshman women in the history of the sport. College internships are becoming more popular from 15 last spring to 58 this spring. Nine students were convicted of cheating or plagiarism in Psychology 111. Professor Silvine Marbury, assistant professor of English, has begun to instruct a class in aikido, a gentle form of martial arts.