Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, May 24, 1968

Henry Sorrett introduced a motion at the weekly Student Senate meeting to abolish the fraternity system at Dickinson. Former Dickinson Dean of Men N. Ronald Pease was named Dean of Students at the University of Pittsburgh. The College Social Chairman surveyed the student body in order to see how much students were willing to pay in order to go to an on-campus concert. The IFC held a "fete" over the weekend, with Leslie Wildrick winning the title of Queen. Bob Dylan's new album John Wesley Harding is reviewed. Dickinson received Fourth Place at the MAC Track Meet, while lacrosse, baseball, and tennis lose. The New York Medic Society's multi-page Drug Recommendation is published at the end of the issue.