Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, November 5, 2000

Limestone Ventures, a new club on campus aimed at promoting self-starting businesses, held an entrepreneurship forum in ATS on October 25th. A group of students in an Oceanography class plan to head to the Bahamas in January to do research. The Clarke Center plans to hold a 3-day celebration of Irish literature starting on November 9th. Residents of Drayer Hall reacted angrily to a sixty-minute video on rape and men's fantasies shown in the Weiss Center on October 23rd. The editor writes an editorial criticizing the effect that new class registration policies will have on seniors. Physics professor Windsor Morgan and a student Michelle Edwards recently returned from an astronomy trip to Arizona. A section of the Devil's Advocate appears. Five students are interviewed about their parents' reactions to Dickinson's campus. A poll of the student body shows that a plurality of students want Al Gore as the next president of the United States. Rusted Root came to campus and is reviewed by Lisa Bryan. Todd Wronski debuts his new play, Hotel Intolerato. The Arts Haus and the Belles Lettres Society hosted a "Poe Night" on October 27th. Cross country and swimming competed.