Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, March 9, 2001

Recipients of the Cogan Fellowship returned to Dickinson on February 26 and 27 to discuss their career paths. The Office of Residential Life distributed a packet to students detailing the changed housing selection process. Rami Khouri and Ilan Peleg debated in the "Prospects for Israeli-Palestinian Reconciliation" event which took place on March 1. The debate gave the impression that reconciliation between Israel and Palestine was not far away. The student senate discussed changes in Greek life on February 27th. The Student Affairs and Services Committee present a Greek life "Action Report." Napster concedes defeat in court. Dickinson College sues the lawyers of the late Robert A. Waidner for pressuring Waidner into allocating his trust funds to places other than Dickinson, to which Dickinson says the funds were supposed to get. The Central Pennsylvania Consortium chose Rebecca Walker as their annual speaker. Five students are asked what their ultimate plans for spring break would be. The experience of participating in the play "Cabaret" on campus is described. A jazz concert a Rubendall Recital Hall is reviewed. Track wins, baseball loses, women's soccer wins.