Dickinsonian, April 17, 1985

College leadership, honorary societies ODK and Wheel and Chain conduct yearly tapping ceremonies. Dispute over Toulouse Program casts shadow over graduation for some seniors. Efforts underway to make course credit exchange between University of Toulouse and Dickinson more fluid. Geology and Psychology departments to be relocated. Warning from Health Services that nearly six hundred students have questionable immunization status. Professors Nancy C. Mellerski and Sylvie G. Davidson receive tenure. Student talent show nights at Union Station prove successful. Sonia Johnson gives stirring address for Women's Studies Conference. Little Flags Theatre of Boston produces "Mothers and Daughters" in conjunction with Women's Studies Conference. Dickinson Chamber Choir completes tour of New York, treats audiences to a variety of spiritual choral music, from Reformation England to African-American Spirituals. Baseball takes one half of doubleheader over Messiah. Women's tennis defeats Susquehanna. Men's lacrosse losing to nationally ranked teams, face difficult competition in Middle Atlantic Conference. Softball sustains two losses, evening team's record to 5-5.

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