Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, November 11, 1966

Students demonstrate in front of President Rubendall's house concerning the faculty decision to forbid any rushing activities and, more broadly, the movement for greater student privileges. Another demonstration, begun over the architecture controversy sparked by Professor John Cutler's October 28th editorial, meets with President Rubendall and leads to satisfactory results for both students and President. After a two-hour meeting following the demonstration, the President agrees to all four proposals set forth by the Committee for Better Architecture. IFC to sponsor second showing for "Fantasticks". John Dixon Hunt to speak in Holland Union Building. Donald J. D'Elia to speak on Benjamin Rush in first Spahr Lecture of the year. Social and Academic Affairs Committee initiates exchange program with University of Redlands (California) and Fisk University (Tennessee). Student Senate sets new student organization recognition requirements. Soccer team beats P.M.C. Football team defeats Ursinus.