Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, May 17, 1924

Professor Earnest A. Vuilleumier invents a solids hydrometer, to be used in determining the specific gravity of solid substances. The Board of Trustees authorizes the drawing up of architectural plans for renovations to the college's dormitories and the building of a new gymnasium. New events to be featured during commencement are outlined, designed to include significantly more alumni involvement than in previous years. The French Club presents its two plays in Metzger Hall to overwhelmingly good reviews. The Commons Club announces plans to host returning non-fraternity alumni during commencement. The lower classes elect officers for the coming school year. The men's senate votes to retain the old system of student government. The Pan-Hellenic Council votes to amend the rules of rush for the coming school year.