IFC Gains Independence from Senate

Tue., Nov. 13, 1951

The Interfraternity Council wanted to become independent from Senate on the basis of wanting to create a new constitution and to strengthen their council. Dean of Men, Amos B. Horlacher, worked with and advised IFC to create a new constitution. IFC stated that independence from Senate would give them a better opportunity to address fraternity problems.


Dickinsonian, February 23, 1951, pg 1.