Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, April 12, 1924

The Dickinsonian holds an exam to select new editorial staff members for the following academic year. Plans for the senior party and a picnic are laid out, as well as a tentative date for Class Day. Twenty-seven members of Dickinson's chapter of the Pi Beta Phi sorority are hosted at a reception in the White House by First Lady Grace Coolidge, herself a Pi Phi. The Women's Student Senate sentences eight freshman girls to clean classrooms in Denny as punishment for rules violations. Soccer and boxing become organized sports on the recommendation of athletic director Richard McAndrews, with talk of wrestling being added as well. Parents' Day celebrations are postponed until the following academic year.