Dickinson Alumnus, February 1927

Selected Highlights from this Issue: 
  • With a model of the proposed Gymnasium on display in the library, alumni were asked for contributions.
  • Rev. Edmund Davison Soper (class of 1898), Dean of the School of Religion and Vice-President at Duke University, featured in an article that detailed his life's achievements.  
  • West Nottingham Academy Headmaster J. Paul Slaybaugh (class of 1921) honored Benjamin Rush with a memorial gateway on their campus in Colora, Maryland.
  • Dr. Frank M. L. Houck (class of 1910) became assistant director of Johns Hopkins Hospital. 
  • Professor Henry Vethake's 1827 catalog was discovered and became the earliest bound catalog in the college's possession. 
  • Former President George Edward Reed published "The College and the "Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching," the final article a series entitled "Reminiscences of Dickinson."