WHILE we are glad that instruction in singing is being given, we are sorry that an extra charge should be made for it. The fee is certainly small enough, but some dissatisfaction has been expressed with the fact of charging any fee at all. We do not know the reasons for making this charge, nor who is responsible for making it, but it seems to us that a student has the right of receiving instruction from a regular instructor of the College without paying extra for it. We hope that the present fee will not be continued another year, nor serve as a precedent in the future for exacting a fee for instruction in any other department.
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