June 1970

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For Want of a Better Word They Called It a Strike

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PRESIDENT KEMENY'S RADIO TALK

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Six Professors Reach Retirement

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For Want of a Better Word They Called It a Strike

But even with formal classes called off for five days, May 5-9, it was an intensely educational period as well as a campus-wide demonstration of peaceful and constructive activity

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PRESIDENT KEMENY'S RADIO TALK

WE are meeting tonight over the air at a time of one of the most troubled periods in American history. I would like to start off by going back to my first press conference as President-elect. At that time I was asked about

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Six Professors Reach Retirement

ELMER E. SMEAD, A.M. '44, will be completing 36 years of teaching at Dartmouth this June. He joined the College faculty as instructor in political science in 1934 right after receiving his Ph.D. from Princeton. He had earlier earned

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What the Workshops Meant

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ROMANCE LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES

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Alumni Awards

THE Dartmouth Alumni Council in April and May presented Dartmouth Alumni Awards to four graduates for notable service to the College and their communities. Each man was given a silver miniature of the Wentworth Bowl and a

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New Environmental Studies Program To Be Launched in the Fall

Venture in general education rather than pre-professional training seeks to combine student interest in problem-oriented education with established disciplinary approaches

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Ecology in the 40's

DARTMOUTH'S CONCERN with environmental problems goes back many years, back much farther than can be said of most colleges and universities now mounting programs in this field. Douglas E. Wade served as College Naturalist from

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The Faculty

THREE members of the Dartmouth faculty have been awarded Guggenheim Fellowships for the 1970-71 academic year, an enviable record of academic distinction. They were among 286 selected from 2,313 applicants representing

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Through the Strike with C.O.P.

PROFESSOR OF SOCIOLOGY

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Staff Workers and the Strike

THE fabled Dartmouth community exists no more. Back in the horseand-buggy days, local farmers used to supply the College with produce and sons, the President used to swap pulpits with the preacher in Etna and the students

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