The recent Williams College troubles have waked the college up to the conclusion that such occurrences cannot be stopped in the old way. Experience has shown that, however many students are expelled or suspended one year, the same disturbances happen the next. SO a new plan is to be tried. Committees have, at the suggestion of the faculty been appointed in each class by its members, which committees are to confer with the faculty in regard to the internal management of the college. In this way the sentiment of the classes will be made known to the faculty, and vice versa, and a better state of affairs is hoped for. It is not a copy of the Amherst system, as the faculty still retain the governing power.