Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, March 24, 1961

Follies production of The Boyfriend features jazz and flappers. Agnes DeMille to visit the college during the arts festival. Non-western studies program being developed with Gettysburg, Wilson, Hood, Western Maryland, and St. Mary's - St. Joseph's, and to include eastern travel. College makes gains toward improvements required for accreditation. The Trustees steering committee meets to discuss fraternity housing. Doctor Martin Luther King to speak soon at Allison chapel. Housemother Charlotte Prettyman to retire to Germany. The Student Rules Evaluation Committee makes recommendations for staggered elections to the Student Faculty Judiciary Committee. Dr. George Shuman describes plans for the physical expansion of Dickinson for the bicentennial ('73). College gives Glover Award to astronomer Peter Van de Kamp, which serves to stimulate the interest of the and faculty in some aspect of science. Political Science Professor Bruce Andrews to receive his PH.D. from Syracuse University. Doll dance skit skits present the varied talents of the pledges.

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