Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, March 9, 1933

Summary of events planned for upcoming various Dickinson Clubs' banquets. Basic schedule of the upcoming all-girls field day, which includes girls from other area colleges and universities. Description of frog dissections in Biology Lab. The Interfraternity Council denies the petitions of two Jewish fraternities who wished to be allowed on campus. Play-pageant based on the history of Dickinson is planned as a commencement activity for the sesquicentennial. Swarthmore girls vote to get rid of sororities. Phi Kappa Sigma awarded trophy for the interfraternity boxing championship. Survey collected on the future and possible vocational ventures of Dickinsonians to prepare for the Vocational Guidance Conference in April. Girls' Glee Club made its first public appearance before the student body in chapel. Explanation of Dickinson's finances, which are in good standing according to the administration despite the economic crisis. Life Saving Course begins. The Varsity Debate Teams are to go on a tour of other colleges to compete. Article on girls wearing fraternity pins. Summary of the discussions between the faculty and student committees on social rules for the college. Editorial on the role of the Tribunal and all students' role in making sure that the traditions of Dickinson are observed.