Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, December 19, 1930

Men's fraternities receive their pledges. Eighty men are pledging the eight fraternities. The Athletic Council draws up new requirements for achieving a letter in cross country which mainly require the runner to place first, second or third in some kind of race or meet. The freshmen class gets stopped by the fire department for having a bonfire outside Conway Hall. A group of Dickinson alumni meet in Philadelphia weekly to discuss problems with the world and Dickinson in general. They call themselves the "Dickinson Supper Club." Men's Student Senate proposes that all money used by all campus organizations for charitable purposes be put into one charity fund to make the system of getting money for charity projects easier. It is published that New York declares hazing illegal. College spirit is fading in favor of more intellectual ideals.