Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, November 3, 1967

A detailed description of the night's homecoming activities is presented, with historian Dr. Henry Steele Commager's speech slated as the headlining event. The Mermaid Players are slated to present their first play of the year, "A Man for All Seasons". John Ogdon, a pianist from New York City, is scheduled to play in the Carlisle Junior High School Auditorium on November 6th. Professor Ken Laws assists NICAP in study of UFOs in the Carlisle-Harrisburg region. The Dickinsonian announces a "turtle trot" race. Dean Gillespie approves computer program "Mabel's" use in assessing trends in the Dickinson student body. The students from the Louther Street dorms recently passed an honor system for the community within the houses, making them the third housing community to do so. Fifty Dickinson students attended the National Mobilization Committee's March on Washington on October 22nd. Summer study abroad is encouraged by Dean Magill, particularly through the "Summer Institute Abroad". Bosler Hall is set for renovations to house the Dept. of Modern Languages and the Dept. of Fine Arts. Three houses on Louther are functioning as student housing for several underclassmen. Charlotte's Web, a blues/soul group made up of Dickinson students, is making an impression on campus. Two law students, Andrew Hecker and Gregory Saputellie, offer Latin and Russian instruction. The Beatles' "Sgt. Pepper's Band" Album reviewed. A new chapter of SDS is formed on Dickinson's campus. Sigma Chi wins IM football title. Rifle team beats HACC. Haverford study finds an overemphasis on intellectual development. Economics department sponsors trip to Wall Street. Students attend mock UN assembly at Penn. Singleton Sheaffer added to campus security force.