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The Question: Class or Brown Symposium
Discussion around class times running at the same time as the Brown Symposium, covering multiple viewpoints.
Faculty Club Meets
In 1921 at the faculty club meeting, Dr. William Davidson presented a scholarly review of John Watson’s “Psychology From the Viewpoint of The Behaviorist”
God vs Science Duke It out at SU, Neither Win
Discussion of the “battle” between religion and atheism at the Brown Symposium XXXI. The author is seemingly more critical of religion.
Panel Discussion of Brown Symposium XXXI
Guest speakers from the Brown Symposium XXXI answer questions posed by the Southwestern University community.
Suppressed Minority: A Concerned Student Speaks Out
An anonymous letter from a student detailing the discrimination and ridicule they have faced as a Southwestern student
Where is Southwestern Headed?: Changes Will Realize Academic Goals
The president of the University recently announced some changes that would be taking effect soon on the school and this students is explaining what they are to the readers of the newspaper. It lists both the financial and educational goals of the…
Early X-Ray taken by Dr. Robert Stewart Hyer of a dislocated hip.
Lawrence Called Home by Death of His Father
The students father dies from complications
stemming from Spanish Influenza.
Southwestern Summer School Announcement
In 1913 the first psychology course was offered as a summer class
Living Well at Southwestern
An article written by the SU health director on what HIV testing entails and how to access it.