Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, January 22, 1898

A letter written in 1790 by then college president Dr. Charles Nisbet of Scotland recounts his distaste for American society, remarking that "People have as little Patriotism as Religion, & many concurred in the Revolution merely to avoid paying their debts."  A speaker from the Young Womens' Christian Temperance Union addresses students, backing the actions of many young ladies to "put down the drink evil."