Dickinsonian, April 10, 1985

Phi Kappa Sigma banned from Townhouses after damages incurred by them throughout semester. Amnesty International reorganizes on campus amid student interest, College faculty and financial support. 90% of reported violent behavior alcohol based, impels new policies encouraging activities alternative to drinking. Harrisburg Urban Semester discontinued indefinitely while Central Pennsylvania Consortium reviews program. Dickinson editorial board criticizes Phi Kappa Sigma decision, profiles Tulane University's basketball program. Reaction to David Mamet as a powerful director, intense visionary. College to host Women's Studies Conference for Central Pennsylvania Consortium. "West Side Story" receives unenthusiastic review, though Connie Ogden's performance as show's height. Dickinson recruitment film to be screened to student body in general. Mermaid Players to present "Once Upon a Mattress". Women's Track places second at Middle Atlantic Conference; Men, fifth. Dickinson Baseball scores no-hitter against Western Maryland. Sophomore Sonya Church profiled as successful pan-athlete. Golf team finds success in 4-1 season.

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