Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, October 25, 1963

Parents' day to follow the day after the Military ball. Freshman form committee to investigate possibility of college honor code. The new college development program to seeks to strengthen academic plans. Portuguese ambassador to the US Luis Nevaga supports policies in African Portuguese colonies. Jesse Judell assumes vacant Senate Vice presidency. Student Democrats club to inform students about the party platform before the election. Library thefts require book checker to join staff. Extension of library hours considered. Pulitzer prize winner Harrison Salisbury to deliver Cultural affairs program speech. Dr. Ray H. Crist joins the chemistry department. British physicist Dr. John M. Findlay to receive college Glover medal for Radio astronomy research. Football, Field hockey win.

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