Dickinson Alumnus, February 1940

Selected Highlights from this Issue: 
  • President Fred Corson (class of 1917) delivered an address before the Association of American Colleges in Philadelphia on the possible future limitations on a private college’s freedom. 
  • The Soviets captured Rev. Gaither P. Warfield (class of 1917) during the invasion of Poland and held him for six weeks until he was released during a prisoner exchange with Nazi Germany. Warfield had been working as a missionary in Warsaw.
  • Dr. Roy W. Mohler (class of 1917) was appointed as the attending obstetrician and gynecologist as well as chief of the outpatient department at a Philadelphia hospital.
  • Dickinson received a copy of William T. Kinzer's (class of 1860) diary. The Alumnus published extracts from the diary that revealed student life at Dickinson in the late 1850s.