By: Alumnus '32  | 

In the Editor's Mail Box (Vol. 1, Issue 1)

To the Editor of The Commentator.

Dear Sir: 

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. 

Alumnus ’32