Dunster's Paper Revamped; New Staff Appointed
Dunster House will continue to publish "The Dunster Funster," but from now one under strict House Committee supervision.
The House Committee decided that all articles are to be signed by the writers when they appear, and they are to have the consent of the House Committee before being printed. Articles had previously been frequently obscene or in poor taste.
A completely new staff has been appointed for the paper. The editor has become just a figurehead, his job consisting of only typing the stencils for the mimeographed paper. He may also arrange the articles.
The new editor was not a member of the staff that published the "Funster" issue for freshmen that was banned by the House Committee. All articles in the new paper will be written by persons authorized by the House Committee.