O. A. C. Review Volume XLVII Issue 3, December 1934
This issue begins with an editorial regarding the success of the Short Course. The Short Course provides men and women the opportunity to visit the College and investigate if they are interested in attending the College full-time. Agricultural articles pertain to the agricultural potential of Northern Ontario, Dr. Christie's address at Purdue University, Australian agriculture, and wages for English farm workers. Campus news reports the Christmas examination results, the results of the student livestock judging teams, and the athletic endeavors. A student shares a reminiscence of Old Johnston Hall and the various extracurricular activities held there. The Alumni Record provides alumni news. One alumni quipped about the Portico "the four pillars represent four long years at the College and the door leads to nowhere". The Macdonald Institute column comments on the annual Senior Party, the women's basketball games, and student activities.