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Fred Holmes '24 wins first prize in the annual Freshman Oratorical Contest. The Dickinsonian attends a meeting of the Intercollegiate Newspaper Association at Gettysburg. The Freshman class votes 168-43 in favor of the Honor System. The Sophomore and Junior classes, Union Philosophical Society,...

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Freshman-sophomore football game ends in tie. Change made to method of selection of Dickinsonian editors. Union Philosophical Society elects officers. Confusion follows merging of men’s and women’s student senates. Women’s Student Senate creates a Pay Day on which all membership fees...

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The Carlisle Chamber of Commerce supports the college's fundraising campaign. Nina Morgana will give a performance at the Carlisle Opera House. Updates on commencement. Notes on J. Stitt Wilson lecture. Eight Freshmen are chose in the Declamation Contest preliminaries. School superintendent...

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According to research of Vassar professor, Benjamin Rush was forerunner to French in system of autosuggestion. Basketball team defeats Penn, breaking their six game winning streak. Extension Board to run annual campaign for funds to support continuing work in China. Thieves rob Theta Chi...

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Women try out for places on Dickinsonian staff for the first time. Washington's Birthday celebration, "Doings of Dickinson", proves to be most successful yet. Student Senate prepares budget plan for presentation to student body. Greek Department plans elaborate display on Greek culture....

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Plans for a combined Doll Show and bazaar in December are announced. Soccer and volleyball are added to the college's sports program. Red identification tags are introduced to provide students admission to sports games. The dramatic club performs a one-act play as a part of its opening meeting....

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The Dickinsonian holds an exam to select new editorial staff members for the following academic year. Plans for the senior party and a picnic are laid out, as well as a tentative date for Class Day. Twenty-seven members of Dickinson's chapter of the Pi Beta Phi sorority are hosted at a reception...

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The track team wins the Central Pennsylvania Intercollegiate Conference meet at Island Park in Harrisburg. The men's senate announces that the budget for student activities will be increased by $500 for the following year. An itinerary for commencement appears. The Dickinsonian is readmitted to...

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Detailed discussion of the Junior Prom. Upcoming production of "Icebound" by the Dickinson Theater Group. Religion professor, L. G. Rohrbaugh just completed a book to be published entitled, "The Science of Religion." Dickinson Men's Basketball finishes their season win a victory over Gettysburg...

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Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart will lecture on illiteracy. President Morgan is taken to the hospital having suffered from a breakdown. Prof. F.E. Craver is considered for a supervising football coach next year. The Dickinson Players will present the comedy Tea For Three. Men's Senate passed a...

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Plans for the 1932 edition of the Mircocosm include a Scottish motif, professional artwork and a section about intramural sports. The German Scholarship fund collected under the guidance of the German Department will be even larger this year so that the recipient will be able to travel...

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The men's and women's glee club put on their first combined performance since 1925. The old Phi Delta Theta house will be turned into a psychology lab. The radio transmitter built by Dickinson students is fully operational and reaches several other radio stations in the eastern half of the...

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Cyril F. Hetsko elected editor-in-chief of Dickinsonian. Description of 1931 Doll Show. International Relations Club is planned in accordance with Carnegie Foundation for International Peace. YMCA plans Intercollegiate Seminar on Inter-Religious Harmony to be held at Dickinson. James H. Morgan...

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Professor Russell I. Thompson to receive PhD from Yale due to thesis focusing on Carlisle public schools. Class Day held for seniors. President Karl Tinsley Waugh inaugurated. Profile of Karl Tinsley Waugh. The Dickinsonian places ninth in the nation at collegiate newspaper competition. Summary...

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Professor of History, Leon C. Prince, seeks re-election to state senate. Rushing continues for potential new fraternity pledges, while sorority rushing ends. Dickinsonian celebrates 60th anniversary. Dickinson Law School has 54 new men enrolled. The Football team is to open the season with a...

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The Board of Trustees met and discussed modernizing the campus, the endowment, and alumni contributions. A speakers' bureaus will be formed to allow students to practice public speaking outside of debating. Plans for the Miami Triad formal dance, hosted by Beta Theta Pi, Phi Delta Theta and...

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Gilbert Malcolm becomes president's assistant. American Association of University Women plans to create Mary Curran Morgan Memorial Fellowship for women graduate students. Members of sophomore class instigate fight with members of freshman class. Herschel E. Shortlidge, Jr. becomes managerial...

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Dickinsonian elects J. Lawrence Jackson editor-in-chief, Robert Wayne business manager, and Robert J. Trace managing editor. Committee does not unanimously accept Dean Josephine B. Meredith's proposed changes to Metzger Council constitution aimed at elimating fraternity politics in student...

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Dickinsonian representatives attend Intercollegiate Newspaper Association of the Middle Atlantic States convention. College applies for another month of CWA funds; student jobs under this program are described. W3YC's new radiotelephone transmitter functions. Katharine Loder receives scholarship...

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Paul Dietz, a well-known actor of the American and German stage, gives an address to the German Club. Over thirty students apply to join the Dickinsonian staff. The College Senate sends a delegate to the Sophomore Vigilance Committee in order to keep the organization in check in their actions...

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The Dickinsonian accepts ten new staff writers, roughly one-third of the applicants. The Jewish Religious Association organizes three chapel programs, as well as biweekly meetings, emulating activities of the Protestant and Catholic groups on campus. The Dickinson Players' production of The...

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The Dickinsonian holds a short story contest open to the entire student  body. The winner will be awarded with three dollars, and the runners-up with two. Conway residents are staying up until nearly the break of dawn playing Monopoly. The Women's Glee Club sings at the YMCA's Fireside Hour. The...

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The annual Commencement issue honors the class of 1936. Honorary degrees are presented to Vice-Admiral Arthur Jay Hepburn, Judge W.A. Valentine, Rev. Roy N. Keiser, and Rev. George Henry Ketterer. Twenty-eight students, including one woman, receive Bachelor of Law degrees. The Dickinsonian...

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The Belles Lettres Society draws up a new constitution and plans to elect new officers. Twelve students from Dickinson and Gettysburg came together for a luncheon, at which they discussed the relationship between the two rival schools. The Dickinsonian elects its officers for the coming...

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Charles W. Boote, city judge of Yonkers, New York, plans to speak at Dad's Day program.  Union Philosophical Society elects twenty-four new members.  The Halloween Barn Dance succeeds socially and financially.  The Greek Club is set to re-enact an ancient Greek wedding.  Prof. Mulford Stough...

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