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    • Proscript (1969-05-23)

    • Shorter elected Speaker aspires to be, 'activist' -- Pat Blake named editor of Cobblestone next year -- Commencement tickets limited to 4 -- Court members to be nominated
    • 1969-05-23
    • v.49:no.31 (1969:May 23)
    • Proscript (1969-05-16)

    • Eley elected SGA president; run-offs held -- Carnival to begin week end -- Co-editors named to Proscript for next year
    • 1969-05-16
    • v.49:no.30 (1969:May 16)
    • Proscript (1969-05-09)

    • Graduation exercises will be dual--Spring festival of arts will feature parade today--Secret plans will initiate Jubilee Week--Students hold mass meeting--Drug charges dismissed
    • 1969-05-09
    • v.49:no.29 (1969:May 9)
    • Proscript (1969-05-07)

    • Re-election is tomorrow -- Norcutt promises 'student services' -- Return of respect pledged by Eley -- Special issue publicizes new election -- Black students demand rights
    • 1969-05-07
    • v.49:no.28 (1969:May 7)
    • Proscript (1969-05-02)

    • Committee studies demand proposals; open student meeting held yesterday -- SGA ballots voided; new election slated -- Inter-dorm council plans restructuring -- System's correct usage explained -- Identification guide approved
    • 1969-05-02
    • v.49:no.27 (1969:May 2)
    • Proscript (1969-04-25)

    • Dr. Brandt names Brooke and Holmes for vice presidencies under new set-up -- New post created in urban studies -- Pre-registration planned for May -- 'Time Out' to begin Monday -- Arts festival this year may be last -- Honors presentation made at...
    • 1969-04-25
    • v.49:no.26 (1969:Apr. 25)
    • Proscript (1969-04-23)

    • Elections tomorrow for SGA offices; students to vote in two referendums -- Presidential candidates cite issues and answers -- New constitution eliminates Senate -- Mankiewicz will speak tomorrow
    • 1969-04-23
    • v.49:no.25 (1969:Apr. 23)
    • Proscript (1969-04-18)

    • Plan approved for building co-ed housing -- Negro history books purchased by library -- 'Top-level' advisory committee proposed by dean of students -- Election issue planned -- Candidates are invited to forum
    • 1969-04-18
    • v.49:no.24 (1969:Apr. 18)
    • Proscript (1969-04-11)

    • Former aide to Kennedy will speak -- Student court chairman and co-chairman resign -- Academic Senate amends and passes Joint Statement -- Kiepper requests funds for lights in VCU area -- Motion passes to investigate Inter-dorm -- 'Matrix' to begin...
    • 1969-04-11
    • v.49:no.23 (1969:Apr. 11)
    • Proscript (1969-03-28)

    • Student vote on constitution is postponed -- Suspension of classes announced -- Student court proposed laws for SGA study -- Expansion plans continue
    • 1969-03-28
    • v.49:no.22 (1969:Mar. 28)
    • Proscript (1969-03-21)

    • Revised constitution scheduled for vote -- House elects Schwartz SGA vice president -- Relocation project begun to aid expansion victims -- Committee recommends ending fraternity ban--Free University classes begin -- Constitution rejection advocated
    • 1969-03-21
    • v.49:no.21 (1969:Mar. 21)
    • Proscript (1969-03-14)

    • House to elect vice president -- SGA motion to block ROTC is defeated -- James resigns; 3 candidates nominated -- Board must approve, Activities fee may increase -- Four inter-disciplinary courses considered by students, faculty -- Board is...
    • 1969-03-14
    • v.49:no.20 (1969:Mar. 14)
    • Proscript (1969-03-07)

    • House votes to ask Board of Visitors to rescind ban on social fraternities -- Registration for Free University begins; classes to open March 17 -- Library moves section of books -- Urban League leader speaks on social topic -- SAAP petition...
    • 1969-03-07
    • v.49:no.19 (1969:Mar. 7)
    • Proscript (1969-02-28)

    • Students, faculty attend retreat -- Complaint box draws comment -- Supreme Court plans discussed -- Scheduled tomorrow night, Dance to feature blues band -- Motion requesting academic credit for SGA members tabled in House
    • 1969-02-28
    • v.49:no.18 (1969:Feb. 28)
    • Proscript (1969-02-21)

    • House defeats motion asking Norcutt to resign -- Creech passes goal, reaches 2,000 points -- McKissick addresses convocation, Courses in black culture urged -- Three co-eds arrested on drug charges -- VCU to lose switchboard; state will answer...
    • 1969-02-21
    • v.49:no.17 (1969:Feb. 21)
    • Proscript (1969-02-14)

    • Norcutt found academically deficient; SGA congress fails to take action, Constitutional provision requires 'C' average -- Expansion program increases, Three new buildings planned -- Former CORE leader to speak Wednesday -- 'No curfew' effective...
    • 1969-02-14
    • v.49:no.16 (1969:Feb. 14)
    • Proscript (1969-02-07)

    • Challenging situation' at VCU attracts president, Dr. Brandt -- University seal, colors adopted -- Renneisen cites grade deficiency, Norcutt asked to resign -- Floyd B. McKissick to speak February 19 -- Council raises requirements for graduate...
    • 1969-02-07
    • v.49:no.15 (1969:Feb. 7)
    • Proscript (1969-01-10)

    • SGA passes constitutional amendment -- Art Building completion slated for summer, 1970 -- Freshman elections postponed -- Deans have mixed feelings about council proposal -- Usry named committee chairman -- Grand opening January 14, Branch bank...
    • 1969-01-10
    • v.49:no.14 (1969:Jan. 10)
    • Proscript (1968-12-20)

    • Kirby elected SGA treasurer in run-off vote -- Flu hits VCU; many schools close early -- Over 5,000 pre-register -- Motion on Honor Council referred to committee -- Suspicion of offense may not go on record -- Honor trials
    • 1968-12-20
    • v.49:no.13 (1968:Dec. 20)
    • Proscript (1968-12-13)

    • Run-off is today for SGA treasurer -- Senate passes motion to probe Honor Council -- Christmas vacation -- Shahda and Kirby receive most votes -- SGA budget approved; disappointment reflected -- Seeks student representation, Howell discusses...
    • 1968-12-13
    • v.49:no.12 (1968:Dec. 13)
    • Proscript (1968-12-06)

    • Election of SGA treasurer is today, Polls open 9 to 4; four candidates run -- Outlay budget referred to legislative committee -- Approval tentative for ROTC -- Advanced registration will begin next week -- Dr. Brooke to review SGA budget -- SGA...
    • 1968-12-06
    • v.49:no.11 (1968:Dec. 6)
    • Proscript (1968-11-22)

    • SGA adopts budget, hikes officers' pay, cuts annual salaries -- Research bureau plans course evaluation reports -- Dormitory evacuated -- Election of treasurer slated December 6 -- Street widening idea opposed by Senate -- Thanksgiving vacation...
    • 1968-11-22
    • v.49:no.10 (1968:Nov. 22)
    • Proscript (1968-11-15)

    • Roane, SGA treasurer, resigns, aims charges at executive body -- Telephone calls said taped; Norcutt denies report, blasts author -- SGA budget proposals to be decided Sunday in emergency session -- Landscape model complete for Shafer street mall...
    • 1968-11-15
    • v.49:no.9 (1968:Nov. 15)
    • Proscript (1968-11-08)

    • Dr. H. I. Willet named to join education faculty -- Senior photo deadlines extended -- Students meet with Renneisen, discuss committee jurisdiction -- Vogues sing tonight at Openings concert -- Afro-American group recognized by SGA
    • 1968-11-08
    • v.49:no.8 (1968:Nov. 8)
    • Proscript (1968-11-01)

    • Openings to feature Vogues -- Ted Venetoulis stresses voting for major party -- Budget hearing schedule -- No puppy burned, Students hold off-campus rally -- Distribution re-election set today -- Ad Hoc committee aims attack at dean
    • 1968-11-01
    • v.49:no.7 (1968:Nov. 1)
    • Proscript (1968-10-25)

    • SGA forms committee to study 'puppy burn' -- Platters concert tonight, Homecoming opens today -- School officials bar SLG rally plan -- 49 are elected; special vote slated -- Steve Burns is elected Speaker of the House -- Budget hearings scheduled
    • 1968-10-25
    • v.49:no.6 (1968:Oct. 25)
    • Proscript (1968-10-18)

    • SGA House elections are today -- Senate alters proposal endorsing 'Time Out' -- Procedure for voting -- New representatives take office Monday -- Attendance regulations are instructors' decision -- Proscript publishes in offset -- Cobblestone...
    • 1968-10-18
    • v.49:no.5 (1968:Oct. 18)
    • Proscript (1968-10-11)

    • Week of events slated for Homecoming -- Art Union dissatisfaction develops over insignia -- Student organization demands rights bill -- Elections set for Oct. 18, House petitions due next week -- Hearings postponed by budget committee
    • 1968-10-11
    • v.49:no.4 (1968:Oct. 11)
    • Proscript (1968-10-04)

    • Monroe Terrace to be renamed for former Dean of Students -- First contract is awarded -- Elections slated for October 18, Plans for new House adopted -- Acting Honor Court chairman -- Election filing procedures -- Two new committees created by Dr....
    • 1968-10-04
    • v.49:no.3 (1968:Oct. 4)
    • Proscript (1968-09-27)

    • Division's enrollment estimated over 10,300 -- Admissions director and policy are new -- SGA supports bonds, hears Norcutt report -- VCU urban role aired -- Library will need new books -- SGA budget hearings set
    • 1968-09-27
    • v.49:no.2 (1968:Sept. 27)
    • Proscript (1968-09-20)

    • 4-point system started; requirements raised -- Acting provost has dual roles -- Norcutt recommends House changeover date -- President screening continues -- Convocation is Monday -- Student Activities Committee abolished
    • 1968-09-20
    • v.49:no.1 (1968:Sept. 20)
    • Proscript (1968-05-24)

    • SGA advisory budget rescinded in House -- Admissions post will be occupied -- Nelson seeks vote for referendum -- Judy Thomason to head Proscript -- Graduation speakers are named
    • 1968-05-24
    • v.48:no.28 (1968:May 24)
    • Proscript (1968-05-17)

    • Parents' week end begins today -- Norcutt wins runoff, could seek two terms -- Parents are invited to attend carnival -- Rhoads hall is dedicated -- Alumni meet, take no action on rights bills
    • 1968-05-17
    • v.48:no.27 (1968:May 17)
    • Proscript (1968-05-10)

    • Run-off vote to say decides presidency -- '69 Cobblestone editor is named -- house to be recognized -- May Jubilee Week to begin on Monday
    • 1968-05-10
    • v.48:no.26 (1968:May 10)
    • Proscript (1968-05-03)

    • Apportionment question raised as referendum, elections held -- Bradley reinstated on ballot -- Four seek presidency; two offices unopposed but for possible write-in -- Dabney is elected rector -- Elections ballot bears referendum -- Registration
    • 1968-05-03
    • v.48:no.25 (1968:May 3)
    • Proscript (1968-04-26)

    • Class elections, code vote today -- New university board meets with governor -- Dorm to be named in honor of Rhoads -- Economist to speak -- Library director named -- Diploma contract is awarded
    • 1968-04-26
    • v.48:no.24 (1968:Apr. 26)
    • Proscript (1968-04-19)

    • Choice '68 set for Wednesday -- Petitions due today for offices -- Presidential primary includes 12 candidates, poll on national issues -- Changes given tentative approval -- New cafeteria opens; students pay by item -- Spectrum late -- New method...
    • 1968-04-19
    • v.48:no.23 (1968:Apr. 19)
    • Proscript (1968-04-12)

    • Head of academic affairs named -- Fifteen are appointed to university board; meeting set April 23 -- Advance scheduling set for May 13, 14 -- Busy session awaits SGA -- Class officer petitions must be submitted today
    • 1968-04-12
    • v.48:no.22 (1968:Apr. 12)
    • Proscript (1968-03-29)

    • Miss RPI contest set May 16 -- Court scheduled to hear charges against member -- Griffin discusses racism -- Petition circulated in support of Lucas -- 500 participate in arts conference
    • 1968-03-29
    • v.48:no.21 (1968:Mar. 29)
    • Proscript (1968-03-22)

    • Amendments to be reconsidered, Parliamentarian quits; House takes blame for mixup -- Miss RPI may not be named -- Court chairman has 'no comment' -- Activities Committee gives crew $2,000
    • 1968-03-22
    • v.48:no.20 (1968:Mar. 22)
    • Proscript (1968-03-15)

    • Donna Herron is May Queen -- Amendments are voided; SGA procedures illegal -- Author John Howard Griffin to address next convocation -- $121,214 grant received -- Court member may resign
    • 1968-03-15
    • v.48:no.19 (1968:Mar. 15)
    • Proscript (1968-03-08)

    • Wage hike takes toll as students lose jobs -- Freshman posts 'End War' signs -- Offices now appointive -- Broader privileges requested -- Honor trial
    • 1968-03-08
    • v.48:no.18 (1968:Mar. 8)
    • Proscript (1968-03-01)

    • Record budget clears House of Delegates -- Checkout is revised for co-eds -- Extra $600,000 given toward operating costs -- larger faculty seen -- Former House speaker is named parliamentarian -- Students get vote in 'Choice' primary -- Auman backs...
    • 1968-03-01
    • v.48:no.17 (1968:Mar. 1)
    • Proscript (1968-02-23)

    • Rules discussion continues -- Two finance motions clear House, Senate -- Turtles' concert, dance highlight festive weekend -- Full color is used -- School seeks refund from Light Opera -- Instructor's contract is 'terminal'
    • 1968-02-23
    • v.48:no.16 (1968:Feb. 23)
    • Proscript (1968-02-16)

    • RPI-MCV consolidation given assembly approval, Senate passes bill 39-0; merger date is July 1 this year -- Auman urges unicameral body, broader Honor Court powers -- Dr. Aaron Copland here for 3-day visit -- 'Lates,' senior rules relaxed for co-eds
    • 1968-02-16
    • v.48:no.15 (1968:Feb. 16)
    • Proscript (1968-02-09)

    • Merger of RPI-MCV approved by House -- Four students face drug charges -- Melvin Belli, noted attorney, cancels speech in Mosque -- draft forms are available for deferments -- Board approves four-point system
    • 1968-02-09
    • v.48:no.14 (1968:Feb. 9)
    • Proscript (1968-01-12)

    • Public honor trails approved, Open trials are now option of the accused -- General Assembly opens new season -- new plan for SAC disclosed -- Mitch Ryder to perform -- Governor comments -- Examinations
    • 1968-01-12
    • v.48:no.13 (1968:Jan. 12)
    • Proscript (1967-12-15)

    • SGA accepts 4 resolutions on recreation -- Vacation begins -- Fire forces early move for 29 co-eds -- Surfin' Santa is winner -- Senior regulations are relaxed by dean -- Death toll continues to climb
    • 1967-12-15
    • v.48:no.12 (1967:Dec. 15)
    • Proscript (1967-12-08)

    • Schedule advising begins -- Edwards urges urban area involvement -- Dormitory decorations have worldwide theme -- Honor trails -- Troubles fill week for campus pooch -- Change in majors
    • 1967-12-08
    • v.48:no.11 (1967:Dec. 8)
    • Proscript (1967-12-01)

    • University is proposed -- Wayne Commission asks state legislature to merge RPI, MCV -- Selection method altered -- Jacqueline Grennan to speak Wednesday -- Dionne Warwick appearance is slated
    • 1967-12-01
    • v.48:no.10 (1967:Dec. 1)
    • Proscript (1967-11-17)

    • House speaker resigns position and leaves school -- Associate dean announces plan for registration, Students will be enrolled for next semester in January -- Vance Packard will speak at convocation next semester -- Cards sold -- Cars are towed away
    • 1967-11-17
    • v.48:no.9 (1967:Nov. 17)
    • Proscript (1967-11-10)

    • Taylor says he is against another bombing pause -- Auman's letter shown to SGA; Pollard to speak -- Centrex phone system proposed -- Directory to go on sale
    • 1967-11-10
    • v.48:no.8 (1967:Nov. 10)
    • Proscript (1967-11-03)

    • Faculty participation increased -- Instructors replace college officials as committee heads -- Conflicts, problems analyzed -- Questions to be posed after Taylor's speech -- Deputy Mayor of Jerusalem scheduled to speak Tuesday -- SGA deadlock ends;...
    • 1967-11-03
    • v.48:no.7 (1967:Nov. 3)
    • Proscript (1967-10-27)

    • Funds are withheld -- Gen. Maxwell Taylor is scheduled to speak at next Convocation -- SGA houses deadlock, hold special sessions -- Openings to feature the Tams -- 500 ID cards go unclaimed
    • 1967-10-27
    • v.48:no.6 (1967:Oct. 27)
    • Proscript (1967-10-20)

    • Senate names new chairman to Honor Court -- Lot to open; rules stiffened -- Homecoming -- Yearbook change called a 'time factor'
    • 1967-10-20
    • v.48:no.5 (1967:Oct. 20)
    • Proscript (1967-10-13)

    • Changes made in SAC budget -- Mayor invited to attend Homecoming festivities -- Nelson goes Monday to meetings in Japan -- Student record files could go up in smoke -- Degree forms available now
    • 1967-10-13
    • v.48:no.4 (1967:Oct. 13)
    • Proscript (1967-10-06)

    • Auman blasts 'scandal sheet' -- SAC budget re-evaluated -- fund increased -- Full week end planned -- Dr. Nelson discusses 'urban age'
    • 1967-10-06
    • v.48:no.3 (1967:Oct. 6)
    • Proscript (1967-09-29)

    • Student vote on code ignored -- 'Failure to report' goes unaltered -- Interviewers demanded for court nominees -- New degree offered in law enforcement -- Student Activities Committee studies allocation re-evaluation
    • 1967-09-29
    • v.48:no.2 (1967:Sept. 29)
    • Proscript (1967-09-22)

    • Enrollment may reach 10,000 -- New president gives opinions on local issues -- SGA leader proposes changes for SAC budget allocations -- Barriers erected on Shafer street -- Drop-Add
    • 1967-09-22
    • v.48:no.1 (1967:Sept. 22)
    • Proscript (1967-05-26)

    • Art dean says Bang5 is unlikely: Function of festival said to be 'meaningful' -- $16 million budget sought by college for expansion -- SGA members visit city council, seek closing of Shafer street -- Summer registration scheduled for June 14 --...
    • 1967-05-26
    • v.47:no.29 (1967:May. 26)
    • Proscript (1967-05-19)

    • Week End' starts tonight, winds up with race Sunday -- In Hotel Jefferson ballroom: Queen to reign at dance -- College expansion continues -- Honors festivities to be held tonight
    • 1967-05-19
    • v.47:no.28 (1967:May. 19)
    • Proscript (1967-05-12)

    • Auman elected president by 4 - 1 edge -- Shahda wins -- Lack of a queen breaks tradition for May Dance -- SAC delays art festival allocation -- Bunch, Lively named -- 1.420 ballots were cast -- Crew to race in Dad Vail today -- Full schedule slated...
    • 1967-05-12
    • v.47:no.27 (1967:May. 12)
    • Proscript (1967-05-05)

    • Dr. Oliver to address assembly -- SGA elections are set today: Presidents chosen -- 446 cast ballots -- FCC seeks larger staff, fewer classes -- Registration will end May 12 -- Yearbook reorganized -- paid positions added
    • 1967-05-05
    • v.47:no.26 (1967:May. 5)
    • Proscript (1967-04-28)

    • Strange happening his here: Be-in beings Bang4 on Shafer Court -- Two columnists, Proscript, cited in competition -- Registration dates set -- Six candidates seek posts: Voting begins next Friday -- Make-up undergoes change -- $188.46 given CARE by...
    • 1967-04-28
    • v.47:no.25 (1967:Apr. 28)
    • Proscript (1967-04-21)

    • Bang4 features be-ins, bluegrass -- Changes slated in registration for fall term -- 17 vying for offices in election -- SAC asked for $60,000 by groups -- Constitutional convention rejected: Senate defeats House motion
    • 1967-04-21
    • v.47:no.24 (1967:Apr. 21)
    • Proscript (1967-04-14)

    • Two plans offered to new students -- Church gets thumbs down from city -- U.S. funds received by college -- Newspaper probe bill defeated -- Fall registration set for May 1 - 12 -- Eton's loses ABC license
    • 1967-04-14
    • v.47:no.23 (1967:Apr. 14)
    • Proscript (1967-03-31)

    • House Probe Of Proscript Is Requested: Body Also Hears Motion On Constitutional Revisions -- Dance Club Discusses Poll Plan -- Senior Class Gives Silver -- Dooley to Be Resurrected By Two Men's Dormitories -- No Park Ban, Officials Say
    • 1967-03-31
    • v.47:no.22 (1967:Mar. 31)
    • Proscript (1967-03-24)

    • Proposed Constitutional Revisions: Congress May Rule First on Plan -- Ruling Pending On Eton's Inn -- Fall Registration Facing Problems -- Girls Have New Rules In Dorms -- Revisions Committee Outlines Major Goals -- Campus 3.2 Beer Sales Left to...
    • 1967-03-24
    • v.47:no.21 (1967:Mar. 24)
    • Proscript (1967-03-17)

    • Life Committee Checks 3.2 Beer Sale Possibilities -- Students Pay more, Enjoying it Less -- Cross-Country Is fall Sport: RPI Accepted to M-D Conference -- Constitutional Revisions Committee Begins Study of Other Colleges -- New Ruling Is Adopted On...
    • 1967-03-17
    • v.47:no.20 (1967:Mar. 17)
    • Proscript (1967-03-10)

    • Vote Today for May Queen Candidate -- Proposals Re-ratified By Congress -- Students Propose New Plans: Group Emphasizes RPI Development -- Queen Vote Today to Begin Plans for May Festivities -- Weekly Ticket Policy To Be Used for Bang -- Student...
    • 1967-03-10
    • v.47:no.19 (1967:Mar. 10)
    • Proscript (1967-03-03)

    • RPI Seeks To Spend $58 Million: College Construction Program Envisioned For 1968-74 Period -- To Propose Constitutional Changes: SGA Authorizes Revisions Committee -- Ian & Sylvia, Dance Highlights Weekend -- Date Extended To Drop Course -- Dr....
    • 1967-03-03
    • v.47:no.18 (1967:Mar. 3)
    • Proscript (1967-02-24)

    • Theme Set For Dance On March 4 -- SGA Showdown Slated Mon day At House Meeting -- City to Receive Parking Proposal -- Arts Festival Set for April -- Convocation Guest Is Space Official -- Senior Orders Set Next Week -- Dr. Nelson Defines Role of...
    • 1967-02-24
    • v.47:no.17 (1967:Feb. 24)
    • Proscript (1967-02-17)

    • Parking Hours Reduced HERE -- SGA President Proposes New Government Body -- No Free 'Cuts' Allowed: Attendance Ruling Revised -- Image Editor Quits -- Hayes Takes Over -- Add-Drop Slips Totaled 4,000
    • 1967-02-17
    • v.47:no.16 (1967:Feb. 17)
    • Proscript (1967-02-10)

    • College Names President: Dr. R. H. Nelson Jr. Chosen To Succeed Dr. Oliver in July -- Crew to Meet Irish, Eagles In First Race -- Enrollment Figures Drop 20 PerCent -- Auman Begins Duties As New House Speaker -- High-Rise Dream: Pace Memorial to...
    • 1967-02-10
    • v.47:no.15 (1967:Feb. 10)
    • Proscript (1967-01-13)

    • SGA House Speaker Quits After Presidential Veto -- Emmit W. Felts, Honor Chairman, Resigns Position -- College Declares Eton's Off Limits -- Spring Registration Is Set for Feb. 2-3 -- Al Capp Kicks Off Forum '67 -- Rings Due Here By End of Month
    • 1967-01-13
    • v.47:no.14 (1967:Jan. 13)
    • Proscript (1967-01-06)

    • Look No Further -- 'Tis Often Better to Give�: Verdict: Santa Sometimes Goofs! -- Free Forum Tickets Offered -- 'Machine Age' Snack Shop Was to be Opened Thursday
    • 1967-01-06
    • v.47:no.13 (1967:Jan. 6)
    • Proscript (1966-12-16)

    • Senate Doubts House Speaker's Power to Amend -- Student Union Funds Are to Be Requested -- Yule Holidays Start Today -- Student Suffered Heart Inflammation -- Two Departments Plan TV Special -- College Property Damaged in Fire --
    • 1966-12-16
    • v.47:no.12 (1966:Dec. 16)
    • Proscript (1966-12-09)

    • Few Attend Forum Program To Air Views -- SGA Congress Defeats Motion On Honor Code -- Four Here Give Blood For Student -- 'Station' Returns Monday -- Slater Drops Plan to Mail Grade Slips -- Business Student Dies in Class
    • 1966-12-09
    • v.47:no.11 (1966:Dec. 9)
    • Proscript (1966-12-02)

    • Students Register Next Week -- Student Government Modifies Procedure Foro Altering Code: Amendment Reduces Court Number Necessary for Honor Code Change -- Play 'J.B.' Scheduled To Start Run Tonight -- Late Grade Slips Being Processed -- Dean Plans...
    • 1966-12-02
    • v.47:no.10 (1966:Dec. 2)
    • Proscript (1966-11-18)

    • High School Students Due Here -- Student Vote Against Clause In Honor Code Is 629 to 66 -- RPI Joins Association Of Unions -- Felts States Opposition To Change -- Beards, Long Hair, Cut Short in Court -- Committee Advises Change In New Absence...
    • 1966-11-18
    • v.47:no.9 (1966:Nov. 18)
    • Proscript (1966-11-11)

    • Polls Open Until 4 p.m.: Referendum Set Today -- SGA Week Starts Monday -- Quota Club Finding Ticket Sales Are Slow For 'Zhivago' Movie -- Eight Sites Said Available: City May Seek University -- SAC Asks Athletic Department To Account For College...
    • 1966-11-11
    • v.47:no.8 (1966:Nov. 11)
    • Proscript (1966-11-04)

    • Openings Tonight: Music, Songfest Set -- Visiting Speaker Discusses Crime: 3 Subcommittees For Evaluation, Self-Study Formed -- SGA Week Is Vetoed -- Rescheduling Is Asked -- School Offers New Degrees -- Fine Arts Club Collects $30 Toward...
    • 1966-11-04
    • v.47:no.7 (1966:Nov. 4)
    • Proscript (1966-10-28)

    • Alumni Endorse Honors Proposal -- College Bids For League Affiliation -- 300 Came To Campus Last Week -- SGA Clears Measure to Allow Election of Freshman Officers -- President Oliver Is Honored By W&M Alumni Society -- Spong to Address Young...
    • 1966-10-28
    • v.47:no.6 (1966:Oct. 28)
    • Proscript (1966-10-21)

    • Notifying Boards On Draft Status Up to Students -- Homecoming Opens Tonight -- Lead Role in Play Goes To Williams -- Attorney to Address 2nd Convocation Here -- Board Lists Qualifications For Dr. Oliver's Successor -- Group Forming To Study Merger
    • 1966-10-21
    • v.47:no.5 (1966:Oct. 21)
    • Proscript (1966-10-14)

    • Attendance Rule System Is Revised -- Two Sites Suggested For Merger: RPI-MCV Proposal Is Offered Land -- No Scenery To Be Used For Play: 'Stop the World' To Open Oct. 26 -- Bookstore Inflation: Price Rise Affects Students
    • 1966-10-14
    • v.47:no.4 (1966:Oct. 14)
    • Proscript (1966-10-07)

    • Rembrandt Etching Found -- College Ends Affiliation With Rebels: SGA President Cites Poor 'Communication' -- 75 Jobs Unfilled On Campus -- Newsman Says War Progress Measured by U.S. Objectives
    • 1966-10-07
    • v.47:no.3 (1966:Oct. 7)
    • Proscript (1966-09-30)

    • Newsman Will Speak Here Monday -- 'Snack 'Den' Reopening Is Uncertain, Facility Remains Closed Until 'Further Notice' -- RPI Seeking Share Of Graduate Fund -- November 7-11 Given Approval as SGA Week -- Need For Space Was Main Reason For Long Lines
    • 1966-09-30
    • v.47:no.2 (1966:Sept. 30)
    • Proscript (1966-09-23)

    • Dr. Oliver Will Retire Next Year, President Will Have Ended Eight Years of Service Here -- Enrollment Expected to Reach 9,000 When Last Figures Are In -- Building Program Takes Shape As Campus Needs Are Fulfilled -- Rat Week Starts Monday -- Rodent...
    • 1966-09-23
    • v.47:no.1 (1966:Sept. 23)
    • Proscript (1966-05-27)

    • Goode, Lindsey to Head Newspaper: Eight Journalism Majors Selected for Editorships -- Record Number of Diplomas To Be Given at Graduation -- 15 Are Appointed To Study Merger -- SAC Fails to Formulate Final Budget Requests -- Faculty Members Pass...
    • 1966-05-27
    • v.46:no.29 (1966:May 27)
    • Proscript (1966-05-20)

    • Expansion: the School Year's Keynote -- 4 Charges Filed Against Students In Two Attacks -- Two Co-eds Discover Togetherness Works -- High School Dropout Receives Top Award -- Graduation On June 12 To Be Shorter -- 'Fantastic' Opens Wednesday Night...
    • 1966-05-20
    • v.46:no.28 (1966:May 20)
    • Proscript (1966-05-13)

    • Seniors Receive Awards: 17 Singled Out At Convention -- Carnival opens May Week End Tonight in Court -- College Welcomes Parents Tomorrow -- 70% of Students Accepted With 'C' or Below Averages -- Dr. Herbert Burgart To Head Art School -- SAC Fails...
    • 1966-05-13
    • v.46:no.27 (1966:May 13)
    • Proscript (1966-05-06)

    • Property Owners Ask Clarification Of Master Plan -- SAC Expects $39,000 Budget For Next Year -- Dr. Oliver Describes Paris Trip -- SGA House Reshuffled Proposed -- New Miss RPI Begins Reign With 13 Roses -- World's Fair Schedules Next Friday --...
    • 1966-05-06
    • v.46:no.26 (1966:May 6)
    • Proscript (1966-04-29)

    • 12 Co-eds to Vie for Miss RPI Title -- Milton Woody Wins SGA Race For President -- Spirit of Dissent Voted Approval By SGA House -- City Court Says Taxes Are Due By Foundation -- School Officials Tour ODC -- cafeteria Contract Sought -- School of...
    • 1966-04-29
    • v.46:no.25 (1966:Apr. 29)
    • Proscript (1966-04-22)

    • SGA Election Is Slated Today; C.G. Winston to Lead Seniors -- 3 Seeking Campus Top Post -- Pulliam, Shields Elected -- Shakespeare's Pomp and Pageantry -- Six Days of Classes Proposed -- Students Filed Appeal in State High Court -- Students Sing a...
    • 1966-04-22
    • v.46:no.24 (1966:Apr. 22)
    • Proscript (1966-04-15)

    • Dr. Oliver Flies to Paris Next Week -- 23 Are Running For Class Offices -- Some Unopposed -- Pre-registration Schedule Is Set -- May 13 World's Fair Features Lettermen -- How to Stuff a Wild Bahama -- Honor Court -- Spring Vacationers Sun, Work and...
    • 1966-04-15
    • v.46:no.23 (1966:Apr. 15)
    • Proscript (1966-04-01)

    • Typical Off-Campus Student Is Friendless, Survey Shows -- Five New Degree Programs To Be Submitted for Approval -- Court Seeks Students -- Students Will Vote On Honor Change -- Faculty Central Committee, Administrative Council Born -- 121 Students...
    • 1966-04-01
    • v.46:no.22 (1966:Apr. 1)
    • Proscript (1966-03-25)

    • Art, Non-Art, Anti-Art' Concludes (Bang)^3: Five Artists Will Air Views Tonight During Symposium -- Election Sights and Sounds Will Blossom Next Month -- Property Committee Appointed -- Holy Heck! Bangman's Due Here! -- OT Faculty Members To Go to...
    • 1966-03-25
    • v.46:no.21 (1966:Mar. 25)
    • Proscript (1966-03-18)

    • Country Boy Roger Miller Due at Mosque Monday Night -- General Assembly Allots $16 Million -- (Bang)^3 Festival Explodes Next Week -- 15-Member Study Commission Approved for RPI-MCV Merger -- Texas Native Joins Staff Of Library -- SGA House Refuses...
    • 1966-03-18
    • v.46:no.20 (1966:Mar. 18)
    • Proscript (1966-03-11)

    • $16 Million Allocation Approval Seen -- Administration Takes Notice of Bang Three -- Honor Court Powers Stir Controversy in SGA House -- N.Y. Murder to Provide Dance Theme -- Scene Designer Set to Speak on Theater -- Saturday Classes? Survey May...
    • 1966-03-11
    • v.46:no.19 (1966:Mar. 11)
    • Proscript (1966-03-04)

    • Individuality of RPI in Merger Stressed -- Recitals Scheduled Sunday: Music Students to be Heard -- Bang Three Promises To Be Real: Its 'Creativity' Underscored -- New Amendment Allows Junior Vice President -- In the Book Store: Snake Slips,...
    • 1966-03-04
    • v.46:no.18 (1966:Mar. 4)

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