Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, November 1, 1934

Six freshmen are punished for violating the Freshman Rules and neglecting other duties. A sophomore studies a local cave and disproves several local myths. The college begins to offer courses aimed at educating Sunday School teachers. An article talks about how much money the Senate spent on small trinkets and rewards for students. The football team ties with Ursinus. The Women’s Senate calls for an all-College Senate to solve the issue of the Men’s Senate making decisions for everyone on campus. The Dramatic Club adopts a new constitution, establishing their rules and setting up a new workshop program. The Greek Club discusses modern Greek culture. A survey taken at the University of Pennsylvania reveals that students believe that a happy marriage is more important than intellectual superiority. The cross country team loses to Lafayette. Gettysburg defeats Dickinson in soccer.