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FOR a long time our columns have been filled with complaints and criticisms about the College Library, and we are glad to hear of contemplated improvements. The changes proposed are of such obvious advantage that they scarcely need comment. The time when study in the Library is no longer hindered by confusing noise, impassable bars, and the monotonous cry "Time to close the Library, as 't is sunset" will indeed be a time of long-sought comfort to every student. The suggestion about the alcoves is worthy of consideration; that about free criticism is almost unnecessary.

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