Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, October 2, 1964

In this issue, changes in Student Union rules are announced. Three students-Billie Brenn, Barry Warren, and Carol Sue Dry spent eight weeks this past summer as part of Project Africa. IFC holds weekend workshop. Cultural Affairs program to begin season with a chamber music program. Students hold panel discussions on foreign study. Live programs are being transmitted to the Carlisle Theatre via "Electronovision." An article reports the history of Denny Hall. Bosler Hall to exhibit woodcuts by Dan Miller of Philadelphia. Compulsory chapel and assembly programs are debated. Robert Beagle, president of Dickinson Young Republicans, is appointed to the party's statewide finance committee. Visiting philosophy professor Eva Berczeller is profiled. Student Senate opens session. Chaplain Joseph Washington publishes a well-received book. Fraternity houses add housemothers to staff. Pan Hellenic group votes for rules of spring rush. A new library check-out system leads to a decline in book losses. Dickinson establishes a soccer team for the first time since the 1930s. Football team wins season opener against Muhlenberg.