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Junior class of the law school elections results.

Announcement of Washington's birthday celebration. Inter-Society Debate elections. Athletic Association election results.

Formation of Philosophy Club. Formation of the Philadelphia Club. Literary Society anniversaries. Washington's birthday celebration. Junior cremation. Sigma Alpha Epsilon convention. Y. W. C. A. prayer meeting.

Finishing of the Senior Forensics. Rumors of a Freshmen banquet. Y. M. C. A. officers elected. Organization of Gamma Zeta sorority. Phi Kappa Sigma reunion dinner. Belles Lettres Society wins against the Union Philosophical Society in debate.

Central Pennsylvanian Conference in Williamsport. Philadelphia Conference is held. Professor Charles F. Himes, the head of the Physics department, resigns. Professor Himes lecture on electricity. Beta Theta Pi reunion in Philadelphia. Phi Delta...

Preparations for the Orchestra and Glee Club concert. Resignation of Professor Harman. Y. M. C. A. Northfield conference. President Reed's sixth anniversary as the head of Dickinson College. Phi Kappa Sigma smoker. Phi Kappa Sigma dinner.

Professors Morris W. Prince and John F. Mohler join the faculty. The YWCA and YMCA hold a reception to welcome the new students. Separate Weekly Dickinsonian and monthly Dickinsonian publications planned for the year. New Bible...

The names and home towns of the new students are published.  Dr. Reed travels to Clifton Springs, NY to recover his health after an overly busy summer.  YMCA's schedule of events is announced.  Laboratory space in the Scientific Building is...

Dr. Reed returns and encourages the student body in regular physical exercise.  The upcoming YMCA concert by the Wilczek Concert Company is announced, and a description of the performers provided.  Newly completed Denny Hall to be opened for...

The senior and junior class election results announced.  The Allison Law Society and Dickinson Law Society announce their new officers.  The question of silver versus gold standard for currency is debated.  The law students hold regular Moot...

Annual Week of Prayer for Colleges upcoming.  John DeWitt Miller to give a lecture, hosted by the YMCA.  Dr. Prince is made an honorary member of the Union Philosophical Society.  Many students returned home to vote in the presidential election...

The fourth YMCA entertainment of the year to be the Kellogg Bird Carnival and Concert Co. The editors advocate for a revision of the incoherent Dickinson yell.  Examination prizes announced.  Raven's Claw have a new pin.

Delta Chi holds a banquet.  The new Scientific Course is announced and its requirements and curriculum detailed.  A lecture series is announced.  The results of the Senior Class Day and Union Philosophical Society elections results announced. ...

The Union Philosophical Society purchases books for the library.  An inter-collegiate basketball league is being organized, and the editors encourage Dickinson to organize a team.  Three Indians join the Union Philosophical Society, become the...

Professor Cumnock's reading of literary selections as part of the YMCA Star Course was well attended.  The College Quartet has a performance.  The College Association has its annual convention at the University of Pennsylvania.  Five dollar prize...

The YMCA raises money for missionaries.  The results of the Athletic Association's annual officer election are announced.  Students are strongly encouraged to buy tickets for future Star Course events.  The Belles Lettres Literary Society elects...

Clyde B. Furst of Johns Hopkins University delivers three lectures on Anglo-Saxon literature.  Changes in keeping account of books in the library are made by the Union Philosophical Society.

A concert given by the Kellogg Concert Company wins the distinction of being "the finest entertainment ever given in Bosler Hall."  The College Glee Club and Orchestra perform concerts in Millersburg.

Miss Annie Louise White provides the entertainment of the YMCA Star Course with a monologue entitled "Flirts and Matrons" on the life of a modern society woman.    Dickinson alumn William R. Claudy dies of typhoid fever.  

The Gamma Epsilon Literary Society plans its own improvement in the field of debate.  Dickinsonians await a performance of the Smalley Grand Concert Company, "composed of the finest Lady Quartette in the world."  "Basket ball" grows in popularity...

The 108th anniversary of the Union Philosophical Literary Society is celebrated.  Preparations for celebrations for George Washington's birthday take place.  Students anticipate an upcoming performance in Bosler Hall by the Smalley Ladies'...

General John Eaton and Captain Richard Pratt addressed the student body, the former remarking on the recognition of God in public services.  Phi Kappa Psi celebrates St. Valentine's Day by hosting a reception.  The ladies of the Smalley Concert...

George Washington's birthday is celebrated with the assistance of the Harman Literary Society.  The Belles Lettres Literary Society celebrates its 111th anniversary.  Plans are made for reform of the Dickinsonian.

The Baltimore Alumni Association of Dickinson College holds their second annual reunion at the Merchants' Club in Baltimore, Maryland.  The YMCA holds its annual officer elections.

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