BE A GOOD CONVERSATIONALIST
A good conversationalist is sympathetic and talks about matters which interest others. Above all, she does not monopolize the table talk or the room “causerie.”
It is a cherished tradition that Bennett girls are kind and hospitable to guests and strangers on the campus. They go out of their way to help them find places or locate their friends.
Be appreciative of the beauty of your dormitory home.
Be considerate of girls who are resting when you may be busy.
Be prompt to acknowledge services rendered you.
Neatness is the basis of all beauty. Being neat suggests cleanliness, simplicity, order and refinement in every phase of everyday life.
Be sure to form good habits in personal appearance.
Be mindful of the importance of a good “hair-do.”
Be discriminating in your nail polish and your attire.
It is said that great friendships result from an aristocratic conception of humanity. It is an evidence of culture to show ourselves friendly without affectation.
Be sincere in forming friendships with others.
Be tolerant of the differences which exist in people.
Be reserved in your friendship with the opposite sex.
BE SOCIALLY APPROPRIATE
Gracious manners are the basis of charm. A quiet voice, a graceful posture and a pleasant expression give flavor to personality.
Be restrained in your behavior in public.
Be careful to introduce yourself to guests with whom you tour the campus.
Be sensitive to the appropriateness of shaking hands.