Dickinson Alumnus, February 1931

Selected Highlights from this Issue: 
  • Dickinson College joined over 200 other colleges in the Liberal Arts College Movement.
  • Philip S. Moyer (class of 1906) was appointed as a Deputy Attorney-General of Pennsylvania.
  • Esther F. Chambers (class of 1932) became the first woman to serve as editor-in-chief of the Dickinsonian
  • Dr. Clyde B. Furst (class of 1893), secretary of the Carnegie Foundation, died at 57.
  • Sylvester Baker Sadler (class of 1895), a Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice, died at 54. 

Note: Volume 8, Number 2 (Part 2) was a Catalogue of Living Alumni and was not digitized. For information about accessing this item, please contact the Archives staff.