Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, October 13, 1967

Spahr Library opens for the first time after book walk. Dickinson gears up for approaching parents' weekend. Yom Kippur services are announced, with a schedule of services and an explanation of Yom Kippur included. Vienna Symphony concert series set to begin Friday, October 13th, at Carlisle Senior High School as part of the Dickinson College Greatest Artist Series. International Studies program in Bologna grows in popularity as it continues to evolve. ODK Conference was reviewed as successful in stimulating discussion but not necessarily in generating conclusions. The Dickinsonian marks its 95th Birthday. The Women's Inter-dormitory Council met to discuss a specific case of a "sex violation" on campus and stealing within the women's dormitories. William Kolb, Dean of Beloit College, spoke as part of the weekend leadership council about the meaning of a "liberal arts" education. Dr. Harry Booth gave a sermon at the Dickinson College Church Sunday, October 8th, and President Rubendall was scheduled to speak the next Sunday during parents' weekend. Editorial Board of Dickinsonian announces staff changes. Phi Beta Kappa handed out annual Greek awards to Phi Epsion Pi, Theta Chi, Phi Mu, and Pi Beta Phi. WDCV, Dickinson radio station, announces that it will broadcast over FM during the coming season. Both students and faculty worry that increasing class size will depreciate the value of courses. Jerry Weiner describes the differences between the Israeli and Arab armies. Field Hockey wins against Millersville. Football loses to Haverford, and play Franklin and Marshall for parents' weekend. Cross country loses to Susquehanna University. Soccer ties Wilkes.