Volume II, Number 9 - June 1922. 98 pages including covers and advertisements.
- Walsh, John P., "Our Ship"
- Dillon, John E., "A Plea For Censorship"
- Creaby, Jack, "Blush"
- Tierney, Wm J., "The Pre-Medical Class"
- McAvoy, Francis S., "En Avant"
- Mulcahy, J.A., "The Sower"
- Walsh, J.P., "Education in the United States"
- Dwyer, Francis L., "No! Never!"
- O'Gara, Joseph P., "The Junior Class"
- Lynch, James F., "There's Nothing New"
- Shunney, John H., "The Worker is the Winner"
- McCabe, Frank J., "The Sophomore Class"
- Farrell, Howard J., "The Bat"
- Dwyer, Francis L., "June Nights"
- Curran, Robert E., "The Freshman Class"
- Walrus, "Said the Walrus to the Carpenter"
- Palmer, John D., "Dad"
- Nugent, Lewis M., "Dramatics"
- Heffernan, Fred W., "The Rocker"
- Redmond, Paul J., "Read 'Em and Weep"
- McKenna, John B., "Athletics"
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