The April 28, 1924 Women's Senate meeting minutes recorded more discussion and action towards a joint student senate. A proposed constitution for a joint senate was read, and several changes were suggested. After these changes were fixed, the senate accepted the constitution. No further information was given on the response from the college or the Men's Senate on the proposed joint constitution.
- Gertrude Super Curtis, class of 1902, went on to teach French and English in the High School, Santa Ana, CA.
- Georgia M. Cranston, class of 1906, had to resign her position in the Yonkers High School because of ill health and spent the winter of 1925 in St. Augustine, FL.
- Mary S. Maust, class of 1910, and her husband Grathwohl C. Curran (of the same graduating class) left on a trip to Cuba on Feb. 3, 1926.
A total of 24 students at Dickinson this particular year were either sons or daughters of Dickinsonians.
The break down of sons and daughters was equal.
There were a total of 12 women enrolled whose father (and in the case of Martha Williams - her mother) had been a Dickinsonian.
Olivette Yeingst and Violette Yeingst (daughters of Wilbur M. Yeingst '97) were members of the Senior class. The remaining ten daughters were as follows: