Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, October 2, 1986

Students discuss a Congressional debate on whether or not to make rural interstate speed limits from 55 mph to 65 mph. Stuart A. Merl, an oncologist at Carlisle Hospital, speaks about "The Ethical Implications of AIDS" on campus. Professor Robert Olmstead has made positive changes to "The Dickinson Review," the literary magazine on campus. Mary Koss, the keynote speaker for Sexuality Education Week, spoke out about rape, "every day seduction" and double-standards in society, which caused quite a stir on campus. Author and celebrated theoretical physicist and futurist, Fritjof Capra, speaks on campus about the relationship between Eastern and Western philosophies.

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