Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, March 12, 1936

The Dickinsonian holds a short story contest open to the entire student  body. The winner will be awarded with three dollars, and the runners-up with two. Conway residents are staying up until nearly the break of dawn playing Monopoly. The Women's Glee Club sings at the YMCA's Fireside Hour. The radio station W3YC enters an international radio contest. Professors Clarence Carver and Arthur Bishop publish a book on "Suggested Certification Requirements in the Various Subjects of Secondary Education for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania".