Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, October 28, 1960

This issue focuses on the social rules at Dickinson. A group of seniors formed a group to evaluated these rules, while, inside, articles reflecting the opinions of the Deans, students, and faculty on the social rules are presented. The Middle States Association's evaluation of Dickinson discusses the curriculum of the school. A letter to the editor notes the lack of recreational activities available, both on and off of campus. A freshman from Taiwan discusses his hopes and fears with regards to relations between the United States and China. House Mothers for fraternities are discussed as a way to alleviate social problems with fraternities. The Union Philosophical Society will hold a mock election, reflecting campus interest in the race between Kennedy and Nixon. Dickinson lost in football to Wagner.

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