IT may be safely presumed that all reform in regard to the matter of the green doors on University is hopeless, and we must gracefully submit to the blows on the face which they continually give us. But why cannot we have both the outer doors open at recitation-time? The pushing and crowding and frequent collisions which occur every hour are anything but pleasant. To be sure, those who are going in never hurry; but the numbers of those who are eager to get out keep many waiting and cause great confusion. All this inconvenience might be remedied by leaving both doors open for the five minutes between recitations.
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