After graduation from Cranston High School and a summer spent as night watchman at the reform school where he was born, Adams entered Brown University in the fall of 1915, expecting to major in economics with a business career in mind.Adams, Clarence Raymond
In 1915-16 students could be admitted at both the beginning and the middle of the academic year to accommodate midwinter graduates of secondary schools.Admission
It served as the Governor’s Mansion during the administration of R. Livingston Beekman, Governor of Rhode Island from 1915 to 1921, who resided there in the English splendor he so much admired.Andrews House
Ralph M. Blake was instructor in philosophy at Princeton from 1915 to 1917, acting professor at Wells College for one year, and was named assistant professor at the University of Washington in 1919.Blake, Ralph M.
York left for West Virginia, and Walter H. Snell ’13, who had been assistant in botany in 1915-16 and instructor in 1919-20, took his place.Botany
He graduated from Brown in 1915, served as an assistant in the English Department for a year, then taught at Phillips Academy in Andover, at Oregon State College, and served in the army during World War I, before coming back to Brown in 1923 as assistant professor.Brown, Sharon
From 1910 to 1913Harold S. Bucklin taught school in Ironwood, Michigan, after which he was resident and playground director at the Henry Street Settlement in New York while he was a graduate student at the New York School of Social Work, where he received a master of arts degree in 1915.Bucklin, Harold S.
Millar Burrows received his divinity degree from Union Theological Seminary in 1915 and the same year was ordained a minister in the Presbyterian Church.Burrows, Millar
The Cammarian Club also took on fraternity rushing, and recommended a delayed rushing season to give the freshmen and the fraternities more time to become acquainted, and in 1915 established an Interfraternity Governing Board for enforcing regulations.Cammarian Club
The 1915 Club, the first chosen by popular election, amended the Constitution to provide for the election of its members by the three upper classes, established a blanket tax to support athletics, publications, and debating, and limited the offices one person could hold.Cammarian Club
In 1915 a crop of buckwheat was raised on the middle campus and plowed in to benefit both the trees and the lawn about to be seeded there.Campus
In addition to the land acquired from Stephen O. Metcalf, in 1915 more land on Cushing Street was added by the purchase of houses, three of which were torn done, one at 123 Cushing Street fitted for rental, and one at 98 Cushing Street turned into a cooperative dormitory for the Women’s College.Campus
James Q. Dealey also published "The Development of the States" in 1909, "The Family in its Sociological Aspects" in 1912, "Growth of the State Constitutions" in 1915, "State and Government" in 1921, "Foreign Policies of the United States" in 1926, and "Political Situations in Rhode Island" in 1928.Dealey, James Q.
Nathaniel French Davis 1870 returned to Brown in 1874 as instructor in mathematics and remained until 1915, being named professor of pure mathematics in 1890.Mathematics
May Day of 1915 was described as "the best organized May Stunt we have had," with three heralds in brown, wearing the bear rampant, leading a procession of "personages of every county and every class, from the fair Queen of the May to tinkers and sailors."May Day
Carl W. Miller graduated from Harvard in 1915, received a Sheldon Prize Fellowship with which he studied in Zurich and Paris in 1915-16, then returned to Harvard as an assistant in the Physics Department from 1916 to 1918, when he became an inspection supervisor of army ordnance.Miller, Carl W.
West Cottage on Cushing Street was opened in 1915, with furnishings provided by the Rhode Island Society for the Collegiate Education of Women, to receive the overflow of women students who could not be accommodated in Miller Hall.West Cottage
When the library was given to Brown University in 1904 and the John Carter Brown Library built to house it, Winship came along and remained as librarian until 1915.Winship, George Parker
As early as the summer of 1915 a few students went to the Citizens’ Training Center at Plattsburgh.World War I