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Student representatives are elected to the Intermediary Committee. Carlisle Alumni Association is formed. Beta Theta Pi brothers attend a reception and meet General James F. Rusling. Balcony is removed from east end of East College. Belles...

Mrs. Mary O'Hara Spring and Miss Matilda W. Denny of Pittsburgh donate two properties on Main Street to the college; President Reed hopes to build a recitation hall on the O'Hara Spring property, which becomes Denny Hall.  The Denny property is...

Annual mid-winter athletic exhibition is held. Alpha Zeta Phi holds second annual reception. YMCA elects officers; McNeil is president. Freshman Angella E. Harry dies after a long illness. Dickinson becomes a founding member of the Pennsylvania...

Baseball plays against Carlisle Indian School. Debates about the validity of the honor system take shape within the pages of the editorial section.  A chapter of the Delta Chi Law Fraternity is founded at the Law School.  Dickinson wins one game...

Announcement of the new editors of the Dickinsonian. Criticism of the course selection policy and process. Criticism of library procedure. Article on "Dickinson Catalogues of 1813-1890. 5 vols. 218 D.". The Middletown District convention was held...

Multiple pages of notes about this year's commencement. Alumni banquet is held. Phi Delta Theta banquet. Sigma Alpha Epsilon banquet. Phi Kappa Psi's annual reunion and Symposium. Beta Theta Pi banquet. Sigma Chi banquet. Announcement of Y. M. C...

The editors write on starting the new year off well and liberal education.  Rev. Robert W. Rogers, English Bible Chair, leaves Dickinson.  His courses are to be distributed among other professors, and so the editors propose establishing a Chair...

The process of competing for membership on The Dickinsonian board is explained, and the types of submissions wanted are described.  Training in oratory is lauded.   Participation in YMCA is encouraged.  The editors respond to the...

The editors ask the student body to remember that the reputation of Dickinson is in their hands.  Rev. Charles Force Deems, Class of 1839, passes away.  Phi Delta Theta holds its annual banquet.  The College Orchestra and Glee Club to go on tour...

The Orchestra and Octette have a "phenomenally successful trip" over the break.  A lecture series including lectures by Mr. Phoelus W. Lyons, Rev. James Morrow, J. Smallwood, Dr. P. S. Thorpe, and various Dickinson faculty, is announced.  Despite...

The editors comment on compulsory attendance at the Day of Prayer, and the faculty's role in encouraging and participating in Christian activities.  The chapter hall of Beta Theta Pi is moved from the Bosler building to the McLaughlin building. ...

The editors comment on the hazing tragedy at Cornell which led to the death of a cook, and on hazing at colleges in general.  The discussion on the Day of Prayer continues with a representation of the faculty's perspective.  The editors discuss...

Professionalism in athletics is condemned as distructive of the ends of intercollegiate athletics.  The editors discuss what one should get from a college course.  Phi Kapp Psi, at its Grand Arch Council, resolves to discourage hazing.  The new...

Criticism of the Dickinsonians from the past few years. Beta Theta Pi will secure a house. Annual conference of College Y. M. C. A. presidents held at State College. University Day celebration at Wilkes-Barre. Dickinson defeats the Carlisle...

Notes on Sunday's Commencement. Notes on Dickinson College School of Law Commencement. Trustee meeting in Jacob Tome Scientific Building. Concert given by the Dickinson College Orchestra. Junior class promenade. Belles Lettres Society and Union...

Death of student Adelbert Ames Armacost. Memorial service for Armacost. Notes on changes to the Dickinson faculty.

Article on Noah Pinkney, former restaurant keeper in Carlisle. Phi Delta Theta conference in Meadville. Students of the Carlisle Indian School entertain in Bosler Hall. The Carlisle Indians defeat Dickinson in football.

Rumors that the girls of the college will form their own fraternity. Organization of Baltimore Alumni Association. Kappa Gamma initiations. Phi Delta Theta banquet. Criticism of the Athletic Association. Announcement of a new recitation hall.

Professor Fletcher Durell leaves the Dickinson faculty. Sigma Chi New York alumni chapter dinner. Comments on hazing. Criticism of the library. Comments on the preivously existing Intermediary committee.

Belles Lettres Society and Union Philosophical Society program listings. Obituary for brother of James Buchanan, Reverend Edward Young Buchanan. Phi Delta Theta sleigh ride to Mt. Holly. First lecture in the Y. M. C. A. Star Course.

President George Reed address for the State Epworth League. Belles Lettres Society anniversary. Baltimore Alumni Association of Dickinson College meeting.

Prohibition of Freshmen burlesque. Sophomore and Freshmen classes adopt class headwear. Update on the new Microcosm. Beta Theta Pi dinner and reunion. Alumni Day of Phi Delta Theta.

Demorest Temperence Contest held at the Lutheran Church. Anna Shaw lecture on the "New Man". Freshmen banquet. Update on the Microcosm. Rod and Gun club is organized. President Reed's reception to members of the Senior class. Debate between...

Phi Beta Kappa meetings. Professor Harry F. Whiting is married to Miss Grace Derland. Junior Oratorical Contest held for the Pierson Prizes in Bosler Hall. Commencement notes. Stopper and Fisk Orchestra concert given in Bosler Hall. Literary...

Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A. reception. Epworth League reception to new students. Proposal for an honor system. Senior class elections results. Comments on the relationship between the Roman Catholic Church and the public school system. The...

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