Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, May 9, 1969

In this "experimental" magazine-type issue, an opening essay urges the college to build a "firmer relationship" with the community. It is reported that Tony Marcson's call to boycott Carlisle business has been unsuccessful. Parents' Day reveals "communication gap" between parents and students "symbolizing different perspectives and understandings." A "Vietnam Graduation" to be held in honor of draft-resisting seniors. The Central Pennsylvania Consortium, made up of Dickinson and three nearby liberal-arts colleges, is involved in planning an urban studies center in Harrisburg. College proposes African Studies major. Year in Review takes a chronological look at highlights of past school year. Associate Dean Allshouse comments on "continuity and change" over the past year.

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