THROUGH the kindness of the President we have received the Annual Report for 1876 - 77. The Report calls attention to the fact that this year, for the first time in the history of the University, all departments have the same term, vacation, recesses, and holidays, - a fact which tends to make the various departments "feel themselves to be co-ordinate members of one body, - the University." The Report also discusses the cost of education at Harvard, the change of stewards at Memorial Hall, post-graduate instruction, voluntary recitations, the new requirements for admission, and other matters of importance. An extended notice of the Report will be found in another column.
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