Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, November 1, 1963

Senate led library sit in succeeds in demonstrating the need for extended hours. Chaplain Joseph Washington addresses the reason for compulsory chapel. Germain Bree delivers lecture on French trends in modern literature. Mermaid Players to soon sell tickets to The Courageous One. Photo essay of Carlisle life. Crossroads program seeks students desiring to go to Africa. Swiss student Herb Cerutti finds friendly atmosphere. Fraternity quadrangle to be completed before the 1964 academic year. The german department to increase programming for the coming year. New English Professor Leroy John Morrissey sees room for academic improvement. Cultural Affairs committee announces series celebrating Shakespeare's 400th birthday. Chaplains office provides information on summer work and travel. Sharpshooters lose. Football wins.