In the Editor's Mail Box (Vol. 1, Issue 1)
To the Editor of The Commentator.
In our days of the beginnings of Yeshiva College we, too, had fond hopes of making ours a true College, with a fine variety of extra-curricular activities, clubs and societies to relieve the: méno- tony of mere, academic existence, Yet these dreams remained but pious wishes; we were too ‘busy being “pioneers” in a great educational endeavor. We left to you the task of going “collegiate” in real style. And you have done well! What a glorious melange of humming, activities greets my eye as I pass your “Bulletin Board.” Congratulations! Especially for this your latest undertaking, “The Commentator,” do you deserve commendation.