Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, February 9, 1928

In this issue of the Dickinsonian, the Inter-Fraternity Council meets to discuss a new timeline for yearly Rush activities. President Morgan's health improves after a recent condition. In her chapel address, Cora Wilson Stewart, co-founder of the Moonlight Schools, calls to wipe out illiteracy by 1930. The Dramatic club will stage the comedies "Tea for Three" and "The Pastry." The Glee Club plans a tour of Central and Southern Pennsylvania. A collection of "Dickinson Lore" will be presented in an exhibition about the early days of the college. Progress continues on the new gymnasium. The Women's basketball team looses their first game of the season.