President from 1920-1926, Ernest Victor Hollis made several changes during his office. One such change was the authorization for the production of the first yearbook in 1925. Students and faculty chose a title that held special and unique meaning for the college campus, The Reflector. The title appears to have originated from a reflecting glode placed on a pedestal located near the southwest corner of East Hall, a dormitory. The globe became the subject of sketches and photographs during the early years of the publication; it also appears on some of the early yearbook covers. The Reflector was published from 1926 until 1989, except for 1934 due to economic hardship.