O. A. C. Review Volume XXXIII Issue 4, December 1920
This issue begins with an article by G. H. Unwin encouraging students to put their energy into post-war reconstruction. Ethel Chapman provides her perspective on women and careers. This issueﾒs articles address such topics as: vitamins in nutrition, college life in Heidelberg, how automobiles will change courtship, a review of the newly built Mill's Hall, and how to balance extracurricular activities with college studies. Published in this issue is the first prize-winners of the Annual Review competition. The serialized wartime story titled "Apres la Guerre" is continued in this issue. Campus news sports on the athletic activities, the O. A. C. Returned Men's banquet, and fund raising activities for the War Memorial Fund. The Macdonald Institute column features a report on the American Dietic Association meeting held in New York. The Alumni column contains alumni and alumnae updates.