Dickinson Alumnus, September 1938

Selected Highlights from this Issue: 
  • Dickinson leased the William H. Parker home on North Hanover street as a women’s dorm. 
  • Five Dickinsonians were nominated for offices in Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Delaware. 
  • The Faculty made a number of changes to the curriculum, including requiring that freshman and sophomores receive a broader background in English composition. 
  • The Alumnus published Professor Thomas Cooper's letter of resignation, which revealed difficulties at the college in the 1810s.