Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, October 20, 1972

At a Student Senate meeting, the current ban on waterbeds and pets is upheld. Poet Anne Waldman and five others are to partake in November's Young Artists-in-Residence Program. The multimedia-spoken word Story Theatre Troupe plans to perform Rites of Passage in November. The College proposes a tutorial program modeled after Oxford University's. The McGovern for President movement at the College is beginning to "pick up momentum." Featured is Mary Ames Raffensperger's Homecoming Weekend address which examines "the roles of women in today's society." The football star Mark Lipstein is spotlighted.