Dickinsonian, April 24, 1985

College's phone system profiled, notes system changes on the way. Greek Week draws crowds in support of Greek life and the United Way once again. Professor Fred Petty's station wagon covers mileage equal to that of distance between Earth and Moon. Celebration planned. WDCV seeks to keep pace with new age of radio, increasing its wattage and station music selection. Computers once again targets of vandalism. Dickinsonian editorial board criticizes computer vandalism, reviews new phone system plan. Arts House production of "Shadow Box" on its way to campus audiences. "Once Upon a Mattress" receives sterling review. Student creativity on show at Trout Gallery. College Symphonic Band, consisting of students, faculty and administration, gives first concert. Baseball suffers another split doubleheader. Women's lacrosse suffering losses during rebuilding year. Men's track team loses dual meet at Albright College during final relay. Men's tennis in position to win Conference title. Women's track continues to meet success.

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