O. A. C. Review Volume XXXII Issue 10, June 1920
The college year closes with a guest article regarding the Nova Scotia Agricultural College. Agricultural articles pertain to research into canning and dehydration conducted at the Vineland Research Station, rearing a dairy calf, treatment for alkali soils, the economics of egg production, and potato diseases in New Brunswick. Other articles include a travel diary regarding New Zealand, and a recount of agriculture in London, England. The farm power column compares the ratings of farm tractors. Another wartime biographical sketch titled "Apres la Guerre" is printed in this issue. Campus news features the events of the closing of the school year from the Cosmopolitan Club dance to the changes to the college admission requirements. The Macdonald Institute column provides a review of the second annual Old Girls Day, and alumnae news. While the Alumni column contains alumni updates and a listing of all O. A. C. graduates who have surnames beginning with the letters "Mc" and "Mac".