On Saturday the revolting students who have staid out so long returned to the college work. The faculty thereupon issued the following statement: "The senior class of Hamilton College has this day resumed work on the original terms set forth by the faculty. Those conditions were, in the judgment of the faculty, so fair and reasonable that they have not thought it wise or possible to make any change. Various friends of the college have suggested other conditions, but the faculty have thought it inexpedient to entertain them. Every effort which a class could possibly make to secure changes or concessions in the original terms has been made, but without effect. Other institutions have loyally supported Hamilton in this test case of college government, and the students have finally come to the conclusion that the only course open to them is to make a frank and unconditional surrender."
AN END TO THE HAMILTON COLLEGE UNPLEASANTNESS.
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