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Volume 1, Number 15 September 10th, 1935


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  • Page 1

    Martin Flavin Play May Be Produced By Theatre Group
    • Bard Theatre Negotiates For 'Sunday' By Author Of Broadway Successes
    Classes Elect: Hopf Temporary Annual Editor
    • Ficker And Harris Lead Freshmen, Parent On Council
    Stuart Chase To Speak Here Oct. 14 On 'A New Deal'
    • First Of Lecture Series To Be Given In Gymnasium
    Fall Promenade Set For Nov. 15
    The Lyre Tree Still Stands
    • An Editorial
    From The Dean
    New Organ Recital Series Inaugurated
    College Opens Year With Formal Dinner
    • Howland Davis, Of Trustee Board Is Guest Speaker
    • Largest Freshman Class To Enter Is Welcomed
    Dr. Edwards Writes For Sociology Journal
    Publications May Unite; Meeting To Be Held This Week
    • Financing Of Literary Magazine Is Hope Of Sketch Book And Bardian
  • Page 2

    Welcome '39
      -Elliot Rosenberg
    Reflections On Wuthering Heights
    • College Play
    Art And Theatre Groups To Keep In Close Contact
    • Art Students To Work On Sets; One Sixth To Take Art
  • Page 3

    New Students
    Co--Captain Frost Writes To The Bardian
    Additional Stops Donated To The Organ
    Alumni News' Established As Monthly Publication
    Fall Alumni Day On Saturday, Nov. 9
  • Page 4

    Three New Men Join Bard Staff For Year '35-'36
    • Everett, Class Of 1924, Is Alumni Secretary; White And Fuller Join
    Columbia College Varsity Football Schedule, 1935
    Bard College Athletic Schedule For 1935-36


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