Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, March 25, 1937

The Library’s annual budget of $6,000 will be reduced to $5,000 due to the end of a grant usually given to the library. Jocko, the Biology Lab’s six-foot boa constrictor, died after losing a fang and contracting an infection. Columbia won against Dickinson in the debate over minimum wage regulations. During Pan-Hellenic Week, the boys and girls switch places to get a glimpse into the lives of the opposite sex. The week ended with a dance. The College Library opens a Newspaper Room in the basement of Bosler Hall. President Corson announces the addition of two new courses, “Comparative Government” and “Political Parties, Their Functions in a Democracy.”