Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, January 21, 1899

Preparations for the upcoming athletic season are in full swing. The Dickinson Trustees met to discuss several issues of the college. The college Debate Team turns down the offer to debate with Gettysburg. The history of the college is recorded in the ledger of the first treasurer of the college, along with several other historic documents. Complaints about the management and organization of the college library. The college’s Glee Club and Orchestra are both reorganized and have begun to practice. Robert H. Richards is to address the college on the life of John Dickinson. Rev. William G. Cassard is to address the college.