Dickinson Alumnus, May 1927

Selected Highlights from this Issue: 
  • The Board of Trustees authorized razing South College in order to make way for the construction of the new gymnasium. 
  • Trustee Lemuel T. Appold (class of 1882) retired as President of the General Alumni Association. 
  • Mary Curran Morgan (class of 1888), President James Henry Morgan's wife, passed away unexpectedly while traveling.
  • The Carnegie Corporation of New York donated a valuable art collection to the college.
  • Dr. Virgil Prettyman (class of 1892), a businessman and former headmaster of the Horace Mann School, featured in an article that highlights his achievements.
  • Professor Leon C. Prince (class of 1898) reviewed The English of the Pulpit, a "notable" book by Lewis H. Chrisman (class of 1908).
  • Rev. Raymond R. Brewer (class of 1916), the head of the Dickinson-in-China program, discussed how China views the United States.
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