Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, September 13, 1984

The Dickinsonian continues its series on the "Social Studies Gap." Dickinson prepares to mark the 100th anniversary of the opening of Tome Scientific Building, with the year-long theme "Science and the Liberal Arts." Hillel awarded the William Haber Award for its efforts to bring awareness to the plight of Soviet Jewish "refuseniks." Dickinson ROTC honored at Regional Advanced Camp in Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Barren's Guide to Colleges and Universities drops Dickinson's rating, despite increase in applications. Congress of African Students renamed to Congress of Afro-American Students. Dickinsonian Editors criticize anti-intellectualism among student body, urge commencement remain for seniors, not for the aggrandizement of the College. David Bowie concert tour reviewed. Professor Dennis Akin's gallery show reviewed. Dickinson student reflects on American behavior abroad. Student reflects on dangerous traffic situation in Carlisle. Reflection on studying with actress Glenda Jackson through summer class at University of Scranton. Cross-country anticipates a winning season. Women's volleyball anxious for new season. Dickinson steamrolled by Washington and Lee in football season opener.