Dickinson Alumnus, February 1925

Selected Highlights from this Issue: 
  • Former President George Edward Reed published "How I Became President of Dickinson," the first in a series entitled "Reminiscences of Dickinson."
  • Treasurer John Bursk reported that the college's debt had decreased and that the endowment had increased since President James Henry Morgan's inauguration in 1914.
  • Paul P. Appenzellar (class of 1895) was recognized for his remarkable financial influence in New York. 
  • Nine senior women formed an honorary society called Wheel and Chain. 
  • Dr. Milton W. Eddy, professor of biology, discovered a small fire in the basement of Conway Hall.