Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, September 24, 1998

ACLU director Ira Glasser makes a case for civic morality. Tougaloo College professor Dr. Jerry Ward provides insight into Bearden works. Students get feel for rare books at new display in the library. Senate election procedures raise doubts over legitimacy. New dean Joyce Bylander aims for a more diverse campus, plans to work with faculty and students on multicultural issues. New money means new programs for College's American Mosaic Semester. Presidential search enters final stages, replacement to be named by next semester. Dickinson's own Eaken Piano Trio celebrates Gershwin's 100th at Carnegie Hall. Special summer program, Center for Talented Youth, helps bring talented youth to Dickinson.