Dickinson Alumnus, September 1935

Selected Highlights from this Issue: 
  • President Fred P. Corson (class of 1917) opened the new school year with an address entitled "College an Aptitude Test for Life." 
  • Marjorie L. McIntire (class of 1910) became the first woman elected to the Alumni Council. 
  • General James Gordon Steese (class of 1902) described a recent trip in "Four Thousand Miles Across Africa."
  • The Alumnus published Paul Appenzellar's (class of 1895) address at his 40th reunion after "unusual demand for copies of the speech."
  • Roy N. Keiser (class of 1906) and J. J. Bunting (class of 1908) became district superintendents of the Methodist Episcopal Church in Philadelphia and Wilmington, respectively.
  • Charles L. Swift (class of 1904), a former dean of Conway Hall, became member of the College faculty. 
  • Reviewers praised Dr. Edwin Elliot Willoughby's (class of 1922) new book, A Printer of Shakespeare: The Books and Times of William Jaggard.