In order that we may correct a false impression which some men seem to hold, we publish in another column this morning a communication from a student on the subject of extra charges in the chemistry department. We would say in reply to it, that the only extra charges made by the college are those to cover the value of the chemicals, which the students use, besides some for slight expenses connected with running the laboratory. Of course, what a student breaks he is expected to pay for. There is no extra expense whatever beyond this amount, and the college could no more be expected to pay this than to gratuitously supply books to the student.
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