Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, March 30, 1933

President Waugh and Dean Hitchler give alumni assurances about the direction the college is going in, even though it is a tough economic time. Dickinson's dog population continues to increase. Elections to the Board of Trustees are soon to come. Schedule of upcoming speakers at Chapel. Lindsey Richard won the annual Omicron Delta Kappa sophomore cup award. The winter edition of the Hornbook to appear March 31, 1933. New leaders elected to the YWCA and WSGA. Faculty creates new class schedule of five hours of class, not including laboratory classes, which has been approved, but not all of the details have been worked out. Former president of the college, Dr. Morgan, has nearly completed his history of Dickinson which will be published at the time of the sesquicentennial. Men's Student Senate votes to change the Microcosm as per suggestions of Alpha Sigma Gamma Honorary Journalistic Fraternity, plan included in this edition. Opinion piece on the politics of student government and possible ways to reduce this. Freshmen violate the freshmen rules, seemingly without fear of the upperclassmen or the Tribunal. President of the Board of Trustees, Boyd Lee Spahr, spoke at the Law School about famous legal minds that attended Dickinson. New captain elected for the men's Basketball Team. Freshmen girls win the interclass swimming competition.