Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, October 14, 1993

A student is arrested outside of Morgan carrying a loaded firearm. The student is believed to have been planing on returning to Phi Kappa Psi with the gun. Tri-Delta is renewed with a large pledge class of 34. The college celebrates National Coming Out Day. Nine Dickinson students studying abroad in Moscow hold up well among recent violence between supporters of Boris Yeltsin and hard-line Communists in Parliament. Dr. George Woodwell came and spoke to students about environmental issues and was the recipient of this year's Priestley Award. The history of Dickinson's Alcohol Policy is discussed as well as current formalities within the policy, including the serving of alcohol at fraternity events. The Mermaid Players prepare for their performance of Peter Pamell's comedy Romance Language; featuring 19th century historical figures thrown-together in 1827 with 20th century attitudes. Dickinson starts a Sunday night film series. Women's Cross Country take third at Dickinson's Invitational. Dickinson's Athletic Hall of Fame inducts three former Devils--class of 1982 David Frysinger, class of 1983 Melanie Broujos, and class of 1967 Edward Fedok.