Dickinson Alumnus, September 1932

Selected Highlights from this Issue: 
  • The Board of Trustees discussed expanding campus with the purchase of the Mooreland Track.
  • Harry L. Price (class of 1896), president of the Alumni Association, suggested moving John Dickinson's grave from Wilmington, Delaware, to Carlisle.
  • President Karl Waugh's inauguration took place during Commencement in June 1932.
  • The Tome Scientific Building's basement became a special laboratory for physical chemistry.
  • Rev. John J. Snavely (class of 1904) became a district superintendent for the Methodist Episcopal Church in New York. 
  • Kappa Sigma moved out of East College and into a new fraternity house, which was located at the northeast corner of College and Louther Streets.