Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, September 11, 1986

Work still continues on the wall surrounding Morgan Field. Several alcohol incidents that ended in hospital trips for freshman students caused the Resident Assistants to create new policies on alcohol use. The dining hall renovations have be put on hold due to limited financial resources and construction happening elsewhere on campus. The Geology and Psychology departments start to move into what becomes known as the Benjamin D. James Center. The year's freshman classes is yet again the largest in the history of the College and also of a higher quality than previous years. A memorandum for Christian Lucas was written to honor his life after he recently died of congenital heart failure while water-skiing. Dickinson welcomed three exchange students from Holland, Alexander Stols, Hank Boot, and Martin Pekarek.