Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, October 7, 1966

National Development Committee of Dickinson meets in New York City, works on $12 million capital gifts campaign. Jay and the Americans replace The Four Tops as Dickinson's Homecoming Weekend headliners. Plans to renovate East College are considered. Dickinson to manage newly established wildlife sanctuary in Perry County. Dickinson plans to sponsor student exchange program with Fisk University (Tennessee) and University of Redlands (California). Second student group travels to Bologna, Italy for International Studies program. Dr. Henry Young returns from year-long sabbatical at Mansfield College, Oxford. Phi Kappa Sigma leads in IF Football. Varsity football succumbs game to Swarthmore.