Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, October 12, 1956

President William W. Edel appoints a committee to organize the Danforth Fund to improve religious activities on campus. Female students move to form a women's group. Dickinson students invited to attend a senatorial and presidential debate at the Dickinson Law School. Norman Cousins, editor of The Saturday Review, plans to speak in Bosler Hall in the first Cultural Affairs program of the academic year. Politicians David Lawrence and W. Thatcher Longstreth plan to speak in chapel to acquaint students with issues of the upcoming election. Profile on Carlton Stutenroth, a College faculty member working with The Dickinsonian for 25 years.