Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, October 19, 1978

In this edition, the Roundroom coffeehouse in Kisner-Woodward attempts a revival by bringing in regular jazz performances. Amy H. Siewers, assistant director of Financial Aid, has recently resigned her post to take care of her child. The future looks promising for soprano Gwendolyn Bradley after an excellent solo performance. Ice Hockey season will resume again for the season and its prospects look good. The Men's soccer team is still in the running for a Middle Eastern Conference title.

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