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A special committee votes unanimously to move towards the establishment of a College radio station (eventually founded as WDCV, which went live in 1962). Student Senate censures The Dickinsonian for "the misrepresentation and lack of...

Plans to unveil a memorial to the 47 Dickinson alumni killed in WWII are announced. The memorial tablet, sculpted by Hans Schuler, will hang in Memorial Hall next to the College's WWI memorial, also created by Schuler. Eighty students accept the...

The Board of Trustees meets in Philadelphia and okays plans to establish a College radio station, creating a Committee on Radio to handle the task. The Board also approves plans to enlarge the stage and dressing rooms at Metzger Hall, announces...

First issue of the new year is a special issue that discusses developments over summer that cannot be postponed to later in the semester when first issue would normally be released. WDCV ready to begin operation. New women's dormitory to begin...

Information on AAUP censure possibly being lifted. Rubendall meets with fraternity representatives to discuss ongoing policy issues. Billy Butterfield to play at Military Ball. Inauguration of Rubendall planned. New exhibit in Bosler features...

Goverment land grant increases size of college by 65.1 acres. Carl Kerr appointed acting chairman of Mathematics Department. Newspaper editorial staff appointed for following year. New course auditing policy in effect. Professor Arthur Prinz...

Trustee Sidney D. Kline stresses faculty responsibilities. Dean's List announced. Santha Rama Rau lectures at cultural event. Student campaign nearing elections. New Dickinson Radio station WDCV announces open house. Dickinson participates in...

In this issue of the Dickinsonian 11 new foreign students to attend Dickinson. WDCV to start broadcasting in early November. Poll affirms need for revised chapel program. "Under Milk Wood" to be performed at Carlisle Senior High. Blind student...

In this issue of the Dickinsonian Uhuru to feature Alphonso Britt. Fraternities face dissolution across college campuses. Dean Wishmeyer resigns from SREC (Student Rules Evaluation Committee). Foreign students find diet difficult at Dickinson....

This Dickinsonian opens with a story about a fire that destroyed several stores in Carlisle. The Student Rules Evaluation Committee voted to continue in order to improve social rules at Dickinson. WDCV programs are now on four days a week, four...

In this issue of the Dickinsonian the IFC enforces strict penalties for all drinking violations. A group of male students form the Independent Student Group. Prospective Student Senate candidates present their platforms. Mr. John Hutchins to...

In this issue of the Dickinsonian the Baltimore Woodwind Quintet to appear at Dickinson. Mermaid Players present "The Crucible". Students prepare for Student Senate elections with last minute campaigning. All Students required to live on campus...

The Dickinsonian to start a new series of inquiries into big questions of controversy. WDCV station manager announces return of station operations. President Rubendall presents the Wedgewood Medal to artist Leonard Baskin. Former dean, Alan...

Teaching program to undergo changes. Rooftop Singers to perform. National Ballet of Canada to perform in February. Editorial opposing the increase of distributions requirements. Photographs of construction projects around campus. Mary Learned,...

Faculty approves "5-5-4-4" curriculum revision. James Brown to perform at Spring Social. Public Affairs Symposium to be held. Students debate U.S.-Vietnam relations. Anthropology and Sociology Club created. Sororities and fraternities focus...

Dean Samuel Magill explains faculty's adopted academic revisions. Eta Sigma Phi established. "The Mikado" to be performed. New Student Center is discussed. Singleton Sheaffer hired as security officer. WDCV begins FM broadcasting, is...

Twenty foreign students are welcomed and interviewed in this issue. Food service problems are discussed; a Dining Room Committee is formed. Award winning Russian film "A Summer to Remember" is screened at Bosler Hall. Professor Ferdinanco Maurino...

James Farmer, national director of the Congress of Racial Equality, will speak October 29th. Events of homecoming are reported. Betty Kay Griesemer crowned Homecoming Queen.In preparation for the upcoming presidential election, a mock election...

Students ratify Senate constitution. Sorority pledge classes to present skits at Doll Dance. Dean acknowledges grades. Michael L. Cipolla to manage Dickinson Dining Services. Ralph Kirkpatrick headlines Bach in Harpsichord presentation. American...

In this issue, an assembly of students met and overwhelmingly voted in favor of petitioning the school for changes in the current Social Rules. An editorial reaffirms this sentiment. Dickinson's College Bowl team beat St. Francis. The school is...

Dickinson faculty has met and adopted condition of the establishment of Social Rules and students are asked to vote on the ratification of the 11 proposals which include co-ed hours in dorms, alcohol consumption, and disciplinary actions for rule...

The Student Senate approves new Social Rules recommended by the Social and Academic Affairs Committee and will be put into action with Dean approval.The Student Violations Hearing Board meets and alters procedures. A student faculty group...

Omicron Delta Kappa conducts leadership seminar. Paulette Goerig is crowned Homecoming Queen. Harvard Professor George Gaylord Simpson addresses Founders Day Convocation and Dana Biology Building Dedication. Dr. Joseph Schiffman returns from...

Spahr Library opens for the first time after book walk. Dickinson gears up for approaching parents' weekend. Yom Kippur services are announced, with a schedule of services and an explanation of Yom Kippur included. Vienna Symphony concert series...

Representatives from the Architects Collaborative plan to visit the campus Dec. 11-12 to interview students and begin planning for the new Fine Arts Center. US Congressman Edward Biester is slated to speak on law at College and Law School on Dec...

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