Dickinsonian Newspaper

1873

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The fence in front of the campus is taken down.

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An alum, Class of 1858, reflects on his years at Dickinson College. Debate over public and sectarian schools. President McCauley discusses the college's "inadequate endowment."

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Belles Lettres Society Library is remodeled. President's chimney catches fire; no damage is done. Students attend an African American festival and incite violence.

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President James McCauley obtains two mirrors and alumni donate a total of three paintings for the Reading Room in West College.

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The West College Reading Room opens. The roof of South College is replaced. Chi Phi to host convention. Former Dickinson Professor Tyndall creates a (not restrictively Dickinson) scholarship for scientific research.

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General Alumni Reunion is planned. College vs. Townies baseball game. Reconstruction of the limestone wall bordering campus begins. Dickinson chapter of Phi Kappa Sigma to celebrate its anniversary.

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Commencement week is detailed. J. Richard Parkison and E. H. Conklin win Pierson Prizes in Junior oratorical contest. Class Day is detailed. First Class Spread is a success. Board of Trustees meets. Alumni Association holds annual meeting. J. W....

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Freshman class is characterized by the relatively advanced age of its members. Belles Lettres Society refurnishes its library. Sophomores defeat Juniors in baseball.

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Belles Lettres Society holds banquet.  A receipt documenting books taken out of the library by Roger B. Taney, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court from 1836 to 1864, is discovered.

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Revisions made to the Pennsylvania Constitution by the Pennsylvania Constitutional Convention are discussed. A letter from Representative Hendrick B. Wright is published.

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