Elections

Delta Chi holds a banquet.  The new Scientific Course is announced and its requirements and curriculum detailed.  A lecture series is announced.  The results of the Senior Class Day and Union Philosophical Society elections results announced. ...

Francis Dunn, '14, is elected captain of football team for 1912 season. President Noble gives speech to teachers' association about the purpose of education. President Noble and his wife entertain the Class of 1912 in their home. Woman...

Williamsport Dickinson Seminary Club is founded at Dickinson College. Union Philosophical Society holds elections.

Helen Dickey is elected president of Women's Student Government Association, and Francis Yard is elected YWCA president, both unanimously. Cheerleader E. Huber Jessop is held up. Tribunal finds twelve men guilty of not moving bleachers....

Majority of senior class plans to become teachers. Instructor Albert H. Gerberich to receive philosophy doctorate from Johns Hopkins. Senior Picnic is held. Men's Senate elections.

Details of several new student elections and awards. Baseball team beats University of Delaware and Temple University. Golf team wins against Western Maryland University. They also earned their first intercollegiate invitation tournament by...

Class elections occur and fewer members of the freshman and sophomore class cast votes than anticipated. The Dickinsonian undergoes printing changes including being printed on new paper that will better highlight photographs. Homecoming weekend...

The Middle States Association praises Dickinson College students' attitudes. Sorority rush ends and bids are awarded. Student Senate announces election rules and schedule for spring. The Senate party platforms are announced. The Robert Wagner...

In this issue, the Action and United parties announce Student Senate candidates--Steve Lindberg for Action and Pete Andrews for United. Senate candidates scheduled to speak at chapel. A poll concerning the loyalty oath is conducted. Dean Ness...

The Action party wins Student Senate race, following large voter turnout. Pan Hellenic council to hold Doll Dance. Professor Paul Smith announces resignation. Follies slated to begin run. Its preview gets poor review. Educational Psychology class...

Campaigning has begun for class officer elections, to be held May 17. Wheel and Chain selects six new members. Five Dickinson students represented the college at the Mid-Atlantic Model UN General Assembly, held in Albany, NY. Jerome Kuykendall...

In this issue, "The Dickinsonian" recently received an honor rating of "First Class" by the Associated Collegiate Press. A previous error in an All-College Committee election declared Mark Sundback's position void, but a resolution was passed...

A low voter turnout for the Student Senate elections leaves George Joseph, Kathy Tighe and Avery Leslie victorious. The Russian flu epidemic hits the College campus, leaving 750 students experiencing flu-like symptoms. A resolution passed,...

In this edition, dilemmas with tenure are brought forth and discussed. All-College committee elections are being held. Dickinsonians of the month are William Koltnow, Stacey Van Alstyne, Julia Dovel, and Chris Bretz. The College Health Center is...

Professor Neil B. Weissman, assistant professor of history, has now become the new pre-law advisor. An all-College referendum has been called upon by Student Senate to let the students decide whether or not to keep the closed cafeteria policy....

Elections by the All-College Committee were declared "invalid" by Student Senate President Dean Kremer due to the election being "unconstitutional." Panhellenic officers are considering Tri-Delta or Delta Delta Delta as a sixth sorority. Vehicle...

Attorney General Edwin Meese III's address to the faculty led to a "teach-in" where members of the faculty debated the issues and policies of the Justice Department. Protests followed Attorney General Edwin Meese III's speech by faculty and...

A memorial service was held for students Christine Allison Major, who died of cancer and John Joseph Buonocore, who was killed by terrorists in Rome. Both passed away over Christmas break. Newly elected Inter-Fraternity Council members are as...

Piazza will be focal point of college after renovations. Sick students told to wait for health center appointments. Students help local candicates campaign. Financial aid emerges as a campaign issue in Presidential race. Al Masland calls for...

Students voice their opinions on final presidential debate. Registration drive denies voter's rights. College mourns death of sophomore Patricia Smith. Student Senate debates funding for Sigma Chi. Rape Awareness week heightens awareness. Pomfret...

Election day preview. Carlisle streets struck by wave of drug crimes. H. Ross tells America to get with the "Perot-gram". Three way race heads for finish. College needs to reassess its handicap accessibility. This year's congressional election...

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