Presidential Inauguration

YMCA holds convention in Carlisle. President R. L. Dashiell resigns; President James A. McCauley is inaugurated. The administration considers creating a reading room.

President Reed is inaugurated into the college.  President Reed begins offering elocution lessons to each class.  The Glee Club is commended for the music they furnished at President Reed’s induction.  An athletic field is supplied by President...

Inauguration of President Noble is planned. Professor George A. Crider leaves Dickinson to become a pastor. Summary of track and baseball seasons. Dickinson performs poorly in fifth annual intercollegiate track meet. Harry McKeown wins gold...

Prominent educators and public men prepare to take part in the inauguration ceremony of Mervin G. Filler, the eighteenth president of "Old Dickinson".  Clarence A. Welliver is elected as student leader of college band.  William S. Bender wins...

"Grand Old Man of Dickinson" J.H. Morgan steps down from presidency as Mervin G. Filler, fourteen year dean, takes the reigns at the inaugural ceremony.  Boyd Lee Spahr, class of 1900 and president of the Alumni Association, presides over a...

Inauguration of President Karl T. Waugh planned. Greek club presents Heracles play. Dickinsonian to hold annual banquet. Seminar on inter-religious harmony held.

Professor Russell I. Thompson to receive PhD from Yale due to thesis focusing on Carlisle public schools. Class Day held for seniors. President Karl Tinsley Waugh inaugurated. Profile of Karl Tinsley Waugh. The Dickinsonian places ninth in the...

Student committee on social affairs and the faculty social committee to change organization of social functions. About 25 students plan to go to Washington, D.C. for Franklin Roosevelt's presidential inauguration. Junior class votes to have...

Inauguration of President William Wilcox Edel is planned. Former president C. William Prettyman dies from cardiovascular disease. Helen B. Norcross becomes dean of women. The Commons in the old gymnasium and the chemistry laboratory in the...

Students to participate in a march in honor of Edel's Inauguration. Student Senate plans Homecoming weekend. Half of student body are present due to the G.I. Bill of Rights.

William W. Edel is inaugurated college president. Athletic Board of Control continues in its policy not to play against Gettysburg. Earl Hee-Edward Seiber is elected president of German Club.

Information on AAUP censure possibly being lifted. Rubendall meets with fraternity representatives to discuss ongoing policy issues. Billy Butterfield to play at Military Ball. Inauguration of Rubendall planned. New exhibit in Bosler features...

$2 goal set for Campus Chest fundraiser. Biographical information on President Rubendall is given; inauguration ceremony plan highlighted. Newton Aiken, editor of Baltimore's Evening Sun, to speak. Campus movement to reinstate lacrosse gains...

Opening night of Moliere's "Tartuffe" reviewed. Samuel Hayakawa to speak on the use of language. Rubendall's inauguration recapped. West German exchange student Harold Heinze comments on West-East split and UN action. Martha Young makes a...

Pres. Sam Banks receives "many challenges from various speakers" at inauguration. College administration develops plan to evaluate "current administration practices." Banks speaks on need to "reexamine duties" in inaugural address. Junior Tim...

Dorm intrusions continue, though door are still being found propped open. Quotas for faculty publishing are discussed. Homecoming weekend to also feature inauguration of Dr. A. Lee Fritschler as president of the college, with a speech by Sen....

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