The 1911 Microcosm includes a piece on the success of the Y. W. C. A.'s night of entertainment for the college. The show included two dramatic acts, one entitled, "The Costs of Independence or an Old Maid's Regrets" and the other called, "Beautiful Belinda or Why Girls Leave Home." One of the more successful parts of the night though was not on stage, according to the men, but more so in their bellies. Candy that the girls had made was sold between acts and the men bought it because "it was made by her own little hands."
Krall, Mabel E.
Included in the 1913 student handbook, published by the Christian associations, is the full constitution of the Young Women's Christian Association. Prior to 1913 only parts of the YWCA constitution were printed in the student handbook. The constitution included information on membership, meetings, Bible study, mission study, missionary work, conventions, student conferences, and its mission statement.