Dickinson Alumnus, February 1936

Selected Highlights from this Issue: 
  • The College officially launched the Annual Fund, which promoted annual giving. 
  • Dickinson's Teacher Placement Bureau helped recent graduates find jobs at schools across the country. 
  • The Board of Trustees authorized several changes to the College seal, including adding the date of the founding - 1783. 
  • Colbert N. Kurokawa (class of 1922) was part of an effort to establish the Hawaii Center in Kyoto, Japan. 
  • Arthur Japy Hepburn (class of 1896) was appointed Admiral of the United States Fleet and Stanley Dunbar Embick (class of 1897) was promoted to Major General. 
  • Gen. James G. Steese (class of 1902) wrote an article about his trip to Australia in 1930 in "The Trans-Australia Railway."