The Wofford College Journal, which has been the college’s literary magazine since 1889, used to act as a monthly newspaper for the campus as well. I found these notes in the February 1906 issue that describe some of the comings and goings of members of the faculty.
On account of the severity of the weather, Dr. Carlisle did not meet his classes for a few days last month.
Dr. Snyder delivered a lecture on the evening of January 14th in the chapel of South Carolina College. This lecture was on “The Assets of a Young Man Just Entering Upon the Duties of Life.”
Dr. Cooke delivered his lecture on “Pompeii and Rome” in the auditorium on the night of January 18th. The lecture was largely attended and was profitable to the YMCA, under whose auspices the lecture was given.
Prof. Clinkscales gave a lecture at the Roebuck School on January 19th.
Dr. Wallace was in Columbia on January 25th. He appeared before a Senate committee in behalf of a bill for a white juvenile reformatory.
Dr. Snyder addressed the Chamber of Commerce on the evening of February 1st.
Prof. Clinkscales delivered an address at the First Baptist Church on the morning of February 4th.
Prof. J. A. Gamewell paid a short visit to Greenville, SC, on Feb. 3rd.
Dr. Carlisle made a talk at the opening exercises of the new Kennedy Library.
Dr. Snyder delivered an address at Greenwood, SC on January 31st. This was Founder’s Day at Lander College.