Dickinson Alumnus, February 1950

Selected Highlights from this Issue: 
  • The Board of Trustees selected an architect for the new women's dormitory. 
  • Rev. Dr. John M. Pearson (class 0f 1918) was elected president of Drew Seminary for Young Woman at Carmel, New York.
  • Dr. James Morgan Read (class of 1929) was appointed Director of the Division of Educational and Cultural Relations for the High Commissioner of Germany.
  • Lois Eddy McDonnell (class of 1935) wrote several books, teachers' manuals, and articles on issues related to religious child training programs.
  • Professor William Drum Gould argued in "Bulwarks of Defense" that independent church-related colleges helped counteract forces that would destroy democracy. 
  • John M. Rhey (class of 1883), a trustee and a founder of the Library Guild, died after a brief illness at age 91.