Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, September 29, 1932

Dickinson changes policy to an absence based policy from a demerit system. The size of the campus is enlarged after the college buys the Mooreland Estate and deer park. The Football team has high hopes for their season and appear to be in a good position to win games this season. The rush activities begin for the fraternities on campus. The college is to celebrate its sesquicentennial in the coming year. A German exchange student's perspective of life at Dickinson is offered. Tribunal on "erring freshmen" held.