WE have hitherto refrained from saying any thing about the Harvard Union under its present management, because that body has been in the past so peculiarly the protege of the college press that we feared the mention of it had grown stale by repetition; but the recent debates held in Sever call for a word of the warmest approval. The Union has shown its undoubted right to the support of the entire University, and by the event proved the wisdom of its choice of a presiding officer. It is growing in popularity and in influence; and it may now be entirely removed from the list of experiments and placed in the list of assured successes.
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