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WE wish to commend the action taken by the authorities of Cambridge in regard to the voting of students. An impression that a student could not vote at Cambridge has previously prevailed in the University. There is no law which forbids him to choose as his voting place the town where he resides and holds property. The authorities of Cambridge have recently called the attention of students to this fact, and though it is too late now to urge registration for the coming campaign, it is nevertheless earnestly to be hoped that all students who have the privilege of voting will exercise it in the future.

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