Froth, student humor magazine, published for the first time.
Summer session for teachers established.
Liberal Arts extension work started.
Student Council formed in men's student government system.
County Agent system in agriculture started.
Agricultural and home economics demonstration work expanded with funds from Federal Smith-Lever Act.
Women students formed Self-Government Association.
Health service began with first regular physician and infirmary.
Vocational teacher training in agriculture, home economics and industries begun under Federal Smith-Hughes Act.
World War I programs took over campus; Army and Navy trainees in SATC (Students' Army Training Corps), forerunner of ROTC units.
Mining Experiment Station and Mining Extension started.
Penn State Players organized; became nucleus of dramatics curriculum.