Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, March 4, 1955

The cornerstone of Morgan Hall is laid with items inside of it: "History of Dickinson College" by Dr. James Henry Morgan, a Dickinsonian, a college catalogue, a Microcosm, a copy of the alumni journal, a "D" book, student roster, Viewbook, Carlisle Sentinel and a folder from the Carlisle Chamber of Commerce. Seventeen ROTC cadets have been assigned to their specialized branches of the service. Dickinson receives an electron microscope from Mr. George Shuman and RCA which is now in Tome. The Parent' Advisory Committee, along with President Edel, have decided to take steps to raise faculty salaries in order to keep professors at Dickinson. There will be a Parent's Appreciation Fund to help this cause. Four Dickinson students are attending the Washington semester program which will give them a realistic picture of national and international affairs through the United States' government. The Intercollegiate Conference on Government will be held tomorrow in Bosler Hall to better inform college students about the way their government works. The Dickinson Follies will be presenting their production "Bachelor's Bend" next weekend at Carlisle High School. The Board of Trustees are looking into the improvement of the athletic program at Dickinson. The Deputation Team is attending churches all over the state.