Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, November 19, 2000

Students have mixed feelings about the new class registration system. Wildlife at the Reineman Wildlife Sanctuary and Field Laboratory is being harmed by an overpopulation of deer. Alcohol Awareness Week is this week. Ashley Myers and Allyson Ayers write an article about turnitin.com, the new online way that teachers can see if their students have plagiarized. The editors editorial questions the purpose of the various physical renovations happening to Dickinson's campus. Students are interviewed about their views on whether affirmative action could be used to bring men to campus. 12 students are headed to Argentina as part of a cross-cultural study in migration. Some students held an "Inner Beauty Pageant," a response to the "Mr. Dickinson" male beauty pageant. Dickinson will participate in World AIDS Day on December 1. Dickinson's chapter of the Alpha Lambda Delta society was ranked among the top 5 in the nation. Sister Helen Prejean gave a speech about her book, "Dead Man Walking," at ATS on November 14th. Dickinson plans to build a new science building for "Life Science." Dickinson plans to institute the Posse Loans Foundation at the college in order to give scholarships to students from diverse backgrounds. Lauren McLane writes an article profiling the lack of women at liberal arts schools. Dr. Frank Wilson spoke in Rubendall Recital Hall on November 8. The Dance Theatre Group presented their show "Danceworks." Jeff Bukowski positively reviews the upcoming Freshman Plays. Mandy's Open Mic night is reviewed. Green Day's "Warning" album is reviewed. Basketball team is previewed. Football finishes .500 for the season. Soccer wins. Cross country competed in the regional championships.