Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, November 21, 1947

The first exhibition of primitive and folk art in central Pennsylvania opens in Bosler Hall, drawing more than 200 people. The Little Theater drama group declares support for a non-affiliated production of Macbeth despite controversy. The Intercollegiate Conference on Government begins drafting a constitution and by-laws. Dr. J. Carter Swaim gives a talk on the translation of the bible into English and the need for a modernized translation. Guatemalan army captain Jose Luis Cruz provides a talk on the culture, history, and geography of Guatemala. An anti-communist editorial by Francis Cardinal Spellman appears.