Exchanges and Reviews, September 1887

The Key Editorial Board find the editorials in the Delta Kappa Epsilon Quarterly to be useful to all greeks, and is particularly flattering towards the Rainbow of the Delta Tau Delta. The editors claim that the front illustration of the Phi Gamma Delta Quarterly had an "injurious effect" ands asks that the Key not be called the K. K Key or Kappa Kappa Gamma K. K. The editors enjoyed the latest Dimond of Psi Upsilon for it's account of the convention in New York, but ask that the editorial and correspondence department of the magazine be returned at once. Of the Delta Gamma Anchora, the editors are particularly critical. They dislike that the Anchora sees girls as different from other people and speaks to women like an oracle. The Kappa Alpha Journal seems excessive to the editors for being published twice a month. The editors are complimentary towards the Arrow for its editorials.

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Sep 1887



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