Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, October 14, 1960

This issue contains an article as well as an editorial concerning Dickinson's accreditation by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. Student Senate approved loaning money to put towards a radio station at Dickinson. Professor John C. Pflaum, who recently returned from a trip to Russia, is featured, as well as German exchange student Dirk Bothe. An interview with a Professor Gavrilovic discusses the selection of New York for the United Nations. A letter to the editor explained the policies of Fraternity rushing. A proposed Outing Club petitioned for approval from Senate. Two separate articles note that Fidel Castro and the Cuban Travel Department are offering interested students the opportunity to visit and work in Cuba. A student column discusses the important role that communism will play in the upcoming election. The fraternity Phi Mu holds an "Ugliest Man on Campus" contest. Dickinson's Board of Athletic Control voted to drop lacrosse as an intercollegiate sport, due to its lack of coach. Dickinson's football team beat Haverford, 26-0.

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