Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, January 10, 1935

Because of an unusual demand, the Board of Trustees is forced to give more money in student loans. Dickinson graduates are elected to state offices. Skull and Key holds its annual winter formal. Dickinson loses to Franklin and Marshall in basketball. The Dickinsonian elects a new editor-in-chief. The Dickinson School of Law is elected as a member of the Association of American Law Schools. The Young People’s Fellowship begins panels to discuss popular issues, the first of which is “What is wrong with the movies?” The Athletic Association will elect officers on Monday. The college’s biology professors attended a forum at which the more prominent speakers were Earnest Hooton, who spoke on the isolation of genes of the criminal and insane, and Albert Einstein, who spoke about a new mathematical equation that can be used to calculate the relation between energy and mass. Methodist clerics begged for peace at the peace seminar on the munitions problem, held in West College, during the winter break.

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