It is a fixed principle of common law that every man is entitled to a trial by his peers. Why should not students be given a like right? Amherst has taken a long step in the right direction, and although such a plan might not be practicable in a college so large as ours, there seems to be no good reason why all smaller colleges should not follow her example. Even here some modification of this might prove very successful.
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