Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, May 4, 1933

The Student Social Committee has finished its report on social rules at Dickinson and it will be considered at the next meeting of this committee and the Faculty Social Committee. Parents are especially invited to visit on Mother's Day. More work is put into the plans and preparations of the pageant celebrating the Sesquicentennial. Eligibility for awarding Varsity Letters is modified. The Men's Senate decides that elections for the senate will be held in a modified form of the traditional methods, despite all of the criticism students have given this process. Dramatic Club will perform "Cappy Ricks." College decides to make changes to the structure of the curriculum. Men's Senate approves the candidates elected to Senate. Junior Prom is cancelled by the Junior Class, who also formed a committee to select the senior blazers. Most Dickinson students are semi-pacifist according to nearly half of the student population that participated in Dickinsonian survey. Women's Junior Sportsmanship Blazers awarded to four junior girls. Men's Tennis defeats Catawba after losing to Bucknell.

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