Protropian Society Minute Book

In the early days of the College, debate societies were an important learning and social activity for students. The Protropian Society was one of two debate groups for men that lasted for decades. The curious name was derived from Greek: "pro" or forward; and "tropos" or turning. The Society adopted the meaning as "Press Forward." The group's colors were "old gold and blue." Its motto was "Knowledge is Power."

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