Study Abroad

Raymond R. Brewer, Dickinson's representative at West China's Union University, will revisit the College. Fourteen graduates of the College were in China amidst civil unrest, but were able to leave without danger. Taylor and P.E. Smith earned...

The German Club's showing of the film "Anna Christie" brings in $120.29 to be added to the travel fund that will allow students to travel to Germany. A new Dickinson alumni club will be forming in New Jersey. Six college students, including...

Several Dickinson men plan to go abroad this summer to western Europe and norther Africa. The Beta Psi fraternity and the Commons Club merge and now will collectively be called the Commons Club Incorporated. Edward Biddle, president of the Board...

Students describe time spent studying in Germany. Sorority rushing.

List of freshman class and overview of states they represent. College's heating system is rebuilt. Microcosm no longer to focus on senior class and no longer to be sole responsibility of Juniors. Freshman orientation. New demerit system outlined...

Athletic Association passes resolution against President Morgan's limitations on number of athletes taken to away games. Men's Senate plans pep rallies. All Dickinson students who applied to medical schools were accepted. Two German exchange...

Four courses added to English, social science, and speech departments. Fathollah Amir Hooshman comes to study education at Dickinson at the expense of the Shah of Persia. Tribunal punishes two freshmen.

Dickinsonian representatives attend Intercollegiate Newspaper Association of the Middle Atlantic States convention. College applies for another month of CWA funds; student jobs under this program are described. W3YC's new radiotelephone...

Class Day is planned. Commencement is planned. Rising Sophomore John Burnite is selected to spend summer at German student labor camp. YMCA and YWCA are replaced with Dickinson College Religious Association. Interfraternity Council denies Phi...

Dickinson College and Dickinson Law School have developed a combined elective program to allow students who may be interested in pursuing law, but aren’t certain, to take some classes. This way they will not have to pay for graduate school if...

George Shuman will be serving on a committee that will evaluate Finch University in New York and determine whether it is a credible institution. He describes this as being an honor to both himself and Dickinson. Students have the opportunity to...

Dickinson Follies to perform "Jamaican Jaunt." Norwegian exchange student Gaute Gregusson discusses his experiences at Dickinson the year before. Students complain over lack of faculty attendance at athletics-backed chapels. Swimming Team has...

The New Art Wind Quintet to perform at the next Cultural Affairs event. Dr. Bunderman of Harrisburg to speak on "Inspiring the Student" at the next meeting of the Future Teachers of America. Physicist Dr. Edward Teller to receive the Priestley...

Thre Dickinson freshmen were killed and a fourth critically injured in an automobile accident in Carlisle. Author Dr. Karlis Leyasmeyer to come to Dickinson to speak about Russia. Newly developed Junior-Year-in-New-York Program offered through...

Further discussion of holiday concerts. Students carol in chapel. Article on students studying abroad in Europe this summer. President Edel to choose two students to fill the vacant spots on the Cultural Affairs Committee. College faculty...

Honor Code is not ratified in student election. Tuition is raised. Dickinson joins Institute for American Universities' Junior Year in France Program. Jack Yahraes (Action Party) is elected Student Senate president. Changes in rushing season...

Dr. Howard Rubendall will succeed Dr. Gilbert Malcolm as college president. Student Senate votes to retain current grading system. SFJC (Student-Faculty Judicial Council) elects Dr. Horace Rogers as advisor. Lois Mecum is named the new editor of...

New method of orienting freshmen discussed. Profile of the Young Republican Club. Nineteen new faculty members welcomed to Dickinson. Library devises new system to prevent books from being stolen. Student who had studied at American...

In this issue, changes in Student Union rules are announced. Three students-Billie Brenn, Barry Warren, and Carol Sue Dry spent eight weeks this past summer as part of Project Africa. IFC holds weekend workshop. Cultural Affairs program to begin...

John Ciardi to visit and give lecture on poetry. Establishment of International Studies Center in Italy under direction of Prof. K. Robert Nilsson approved. Seven members of faculty tapped by Alpha Psi Omega. Faculty Arthur Murray themed talent...

Susan Jagiello is made the new editor-in-chief of the Dickinsonian. Three students tapped by Omicron Delta Kappa for their outstanding contributions to the college. Fifteen students to study in Bologna. "Urbanization in the American Society"...

An open forum on Vietnam will be held featuring a panel of students and faculty debating the conflict. Students ratified the proposed Social Rules and procedures for the creation of a student Enforcement Code are outlined. Technical aspects of...

In this issue Benjamin Compaine becomes the new editor-in-chief of the Dickinsonian. The IFC plans to help St. Louis University in the Philippines with book drive. Public Affairs symposium chooses "The New Morality" as theme. Students engage in...

Three separate incidents involving violence directed against Dickinson students and personnel by local Carlisle youths occurred over the past week, resulting in new security precautions taken by Dickinson campus police, including a second...

The Mermaid Players open "A Man for All Seasons", their first performance of the year. The Dave Brubeck Jazz Quartet is scheduled to play on Friday, Nov. 17, 1967 at the Carlisle Senior High School Gymnasium. David Hagan of the Dickinson...

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