Dickinson Alumnus, February 1944

Selected Highlights from this Issue: 
  • The Alumnus published photographs of the Army aviation students studying in Tome Hall and their barracks in East College and Conway Hall. Campus had changed "as attention was divided between the 32nd College Training Detachment and the liberal arts college."
  • The US Army Air Corps announced that the training of cadets at Dickinson would end by June 1.
  • Reverend Bishop Francis John McConnell delivered three addresses on the subject of "The Ancient Greeks and Their Modern Messages" as part of the James Henry Morgan Lecture series.
  • The body of Lieutenant Robert A. Walsh (class of 1941), who had been reported missing since a flight from India to China in May 1943, was found in Burma. 
  • The Alumnus published excerpts of letters from several alumni serving overseas.