Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, October 8, 1992

Piazza will be focal point of college after renovations. Sick students told to wait for health center appointments. Students help local candidates campaign. Financial aid emerges as a campaign issue in Presidential race. Al Masland calls for reforms during campus campaigning. College's ROTC program takes pride in breaking stereotypes. Paul Kilker talks to students about his bid for congress. Seniors urges to donate a little this fall to help future collegians. Second City brings innovation and social awareness to ATS. Octubafest celebrates fall in Carlisle. The Eaken Piano Trio promises to glue you to your seat.

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