Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, October 24, 1947

Dickinson's journalistic fraternity, Alpha Sigma Gamma, petitions national journalistic fraternity Pi Delta Epsilon for a charter. A group of 12 students visit the U.N. in New York. Ozan Marsh performs a piano recital, his second visit to Dickinson. A new program of inter-college cooperation between Dickinson, F&M, and Gettysburg, including an expansion of intramural sports competition and shared cultural and social events, is announced. A lecture is held on the state of affairs in Africa in terms of both economics and social structure. An act of vandalism occurs at Franklin and Marshall in which the campus was painted red and white, Dickinsonians are suspected as the perpetrators.