President Morgan Advises Dean Meredith to Put a Stop to Hazing among Female Students at Metzger Hall

Letter
Date: 
October 27, 1919

In a letter dated October 27, 1919, President Morgan wrote Dean Meredith concerned about what he termed "class interference," also known as hazing. Such incidence occurred between sophomore and freshmen women in Metzger Hall.  He asked Dean Meredith to remind the women that a similar situation happened thirteen years earlier and that such behavior would not be tolerated. According to Morgan, such activity would result in expulsion.

Location of Document in Archives: 
Morgan Papers - Meredith