Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, March 1888

Some students insist on a change of the college colors for various reasons.  The Central Inter-Collegiate Press Association is formed, with representation from the Dickinsonian present at a recent meeting.  The library is praised for its large holding of old and ancient books.  The College Glee Club holds a concert in the Opera House.  Washington's birthday is commemorated, and classes are suspended for the day.  A Mr. Abraham Lincoln Millet opens a college bookstore in Room 22, Second Floor, Second Section of East College, complete with textbooks and school supplies.  The Belles Lettres Society holds their annual banquet. 

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