College News and Departmental Notes: The Y.M.C.A.
by Departmental notes - 1920
The Y. M. C. A. has had a profitable year. A sufficiently large number of men turned out to make it extremely worth while to call in experts to discuss subjects of special interest at the bimonthly luncheons. The following subjects and speakers were of special interest: Dr. Randall, “The Outlook for Religion”; Dr. George A. Coe, “The Changing Conception of Religion”; Professor Hugh Hartshorne, “The Place of Religion in the Public School”; Chaplain Raymond Knox, “The Educator's Attitude Toward the Bible”; Mr. L. E. Bowman, “The Educational Administrator's Relation to Community Problems”; Dr. Benjamin R. Andrews, “Economic Citizenship”; and President Arthur C. McGiffert, of Union Seminary, “Personal Implications of Christianity.”
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