This issue closes the 1930-1931 school year. The agricultural articles pertain to agricultural practices of foreign countries, and the programme for the Canadian Society of Technical Agriculturalists. The campus news is a summary of the recent activities of each of the college's departments. The Macdonald Institute column reports on the annual Girls' Conference, a Mac Hall viewpoint of the Union Literary Society, and a review of the women's athletic activities. While the Alumni column provides alumni updates.
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The passing of a personality; Creelman Hall; Editorial; The C. S. T. A. Convention; Russia's five year plan in agriculture; Agricultural progress in China; The livestock industry of Peru; Agriculture in Bermuda; The World's Grain the 1932 Conference and Exhibition at Regina; With the O. A. C. Departments; Alumni; Macdonald; The Last Hour; advertising;
W. J. Garnett; N. H. Wass; W. T. Lucas; D. J. McTaggart; C. E. Mighton; J. H. Boyce; W. K. Hartley; M. P. Glover; D. C. McArthur; P. J. Serfontein; P. A. Pittis; K. C. Reynolds; D. F. Hassard; H. H. Bryant; F. Jerome; L. J. LaPointe; A. W. Taylor; ; Miss L. A. Bisson; Miss M. Newberry; Miss F. Marshall;