Dickinson Alumnus, February 1948

Selected Highlights from this Issue: 
  • Construction of the new South College, which was located behind the Alumni Gymnasium, was almost completed.
  • The Prohibition Party selected Dale H. Learn (class of 1920) as their candidate for Vice President of the United States.
  • The Alumnus highlighted the Department of History and the accomplishments of the faculty.
  • Samuel W. Witwer Jr. (class of 1930), attorney of Chicago, called for revising the Illinois constitution.
  • Newton E. Randolph (class of 1924) became the director of a new relief agency called Save A Friend In Europe (SAFE).
  • Dr. Julia Morgan (class of 1911), professor at the University of Pennsylvania Medial School, died after a brief illness.