Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, September 9, 1976

In this edition a "Report of the Task Force on Social and Residential Life" was featured. President Sam Banks mainly addressed fraternities and fraternity life, especially with ideas of equality between non-fraternity and fraternity groups, as well as the College-fraternity relationship. Two new personnel were hired: John Ross for the position of Public Relations Director and John Johnston for the position of head baseball coach/assistant football coach. Samuel Witwer, who is President of the College's Board of Trustees, is also an attorney in Illinois and was hired to sue the Secretary of State Michael Howlett for $34,000. A new coffeehouse, built by Dickinson students, opened in the basement of Adams Hall called 'The Hermitage'. Football season commences and seems promising.