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The Athletic Association holds a general meeting during which Article XXIII is ratified, determining when teams will choose managers.  Former Dickinson professors attend a Methodist Congress in Pittsburgh.  The Oriental Troubadours perform a...

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The American Educator reference book misinterprets Dickinson's history regarding its attachment - or lack thereof - to the Presbyterian Church and later the Methodist Church.  The concert company goes on a trip, performing throughout the...

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A letter written in 1790 by then college president Dr. Charles Nisbet of Scotland recounts his distaste for American society, remarking that "People have as little Patriotism as Religion, & many concurred in the Revolution merely to avoid...

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The Dickinsonian advertises for the interdenomenational proselytizing Student Volunteer Movement.  The community mourns the sudden death of Rev. Michael John Cramer, S.T.D., LL.D..

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It is announced that George A. Wilson will succeed Rev. Dr. Cramer as Professor of Philosophy.  A Day of Prayer is observed, with students gathering at Allison Memorial Church for a sermon by Dr. Reed.  The Faculty Room receives a large picture...

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The 112th anniversary of the Belles Lettres Literary Society is celebrated in Bosler Hall.  The average bodily measurements for the class of 1900 are released.  Rev. Dr. Richard H. Gilbert gives a lecture on "The Origin of Man."

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The college celebrates the birthday of George Washington as well as the 109th anniversary of the Union Philosophical Literary Society.  An alumni banquet takes place in Baltimore, Maryland.  The Gamma Epsilon Literary Society celebrates its...

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Rev. Dr. James P. Wright gives a lecture on "The Philosophy of Success."  The 30th annual Keystone YMCA convention is held in York.  The Dickinsonian cites an article from the Philadelphia Ledger, backed by the Woman's Christian...

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Through the courtesty of Captain Richard Henry Pratt, the students of Dickinson were permitted to witness the graduation ceremonies of the Carlisle Indian School.  Dickinson agrees to a three-year agreement for intercollegiate debates with Penn...

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Rev. Frank D. Gamewell, class of 1881 and professor at Peking University, China, presents a Chinese idol to his alma mater.  Student preachers organize themselves into a Divinity Club.  The Sigma Phi chapter of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity...

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Five of Dickinson's trustees have died within the past twelve months, the most recent being Jacob Tome.  James Russell Lowell is to be honored through a plan to construct Lowell Memorial Park.  The eighth annual Inter-Society Debate between the...

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Dr. Marcus D. Buell gives a lecture on "Modern methods of defending the faith."  The Dickinson Musical Association performs its second concert: "Songs of Nations".  The Wilmington Association of alumni holds its annual banquet.

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Dickinson men's track prepares to compete in a dual meet with the Carlisle Indian School.  The baseball team defeats Mercersburg by a score of 9 to 7.  Various YMCA committees are appointed.

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Seniors taking Physics with Dr. Mohler partake in telegraphing experiments.  The Cole and Walkley prize is offered in a freshmen oratorical contest.  College professor's annual salary is discussed, the average in America being noted as around $2,...

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The Dickinson Reserves baseball team loses to Carlisle in an atmosphere so severe as to make "good ball playing impossible," whereas the varsity team defeated Penn State 23 to 9.  The Gamma Epsilon Literary Society plans to hold a public debate...

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The Grand Arch Council of Phi Kappa Psi is held in Philadelphia.  A certain Mr. Obata speaks at a YMCA meeting on college life in Japan, explaining that it is explicitly state-controlled and majorly devoid of Christianity.

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A Sophomore oratorical contest is sponsored by the Belles Lettres Society.  Students fill the Sentinel Opera House for a series of short plays by their fellow collegiates.

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The second of the annual Sophomore oratorical contests is held in Bosler Hall under the auspices of the Belles Lettres Literary Society.  The 115th annual commencement ceremonies are planned, to include a sermon by President George Edward Reed.  ...

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Dickinson is defeated in baseball by the Carlisle Indian School by a scoreline of 6-2.  Dickinsonians hope to display their patriotism during wartime (Spanish-American War) by erecting flagstaffs to wave the Stars and Stripes.

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An article reports on the outlook of the 1898 football team. Dr. William Lambert Gooding has been hired to fill a vacancy in the Philosophy department. Professor Frederick C. Woodward is hired to teach at Dickinson School of Law...

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The Freshmen, Sophomore, and Junior Classes choose their class officers. The board of the Microcosm is announced. This year’s freshman class in the largest to date. Dickinson wins in the Inter-collegiate Oratorical contest at Mt...

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The football season starts with a victory against Susquehanna. A list relates the latest activities of the recently graduated members of the class of 1898. Students are encouraged to participate more frequently in the activities...

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The football team wins 6 to 0 against Bloomsburg Normal School. Both the Belles Lettres Society and the Union Philosophical Society admit new members to their ranks. A column outlines several improvements that need to be made to...

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The football team wins against Haverford. Each new member of the law school is listed. The Phi Kappa Sigma Fraternity hosted a stag party and smoker. Two women are now enrolled at the law school.

 

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The Dickinson football team wins against Lafayette. Students celebrate the victory. The entertainment committee of the College Y.M.C.A. arranges for multiple professional concerts throughout the year. The Biological Department...

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