Dickinson Alumnus, May 1934

Selected Highlights from this Issue: 
  • John Dickinson, a descendant of the elder brother of the college's founder and US Assistant Secretary of Commerce, was selected to deliver Commencement address. 
  • Prospective students visited Dickinson on a "visiting day" in May 1934 for the first time.
  • Dr. Russel I. Thompson investigated students' perspectives on a formal religion program.
  • General James Gordon Steese (class of 1902) described a recent trip in "Around the World in Five Weeks."
  • Three recent graduates received scholarships for graduate schools in France and Germany. 
  • Professor Leon C. Prince (class of 1898), Pennsylvania State Senator, received a "surprising vote" for the Republican nomination for the office of Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania.
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