We notice in the March number of the Virginia University Magazine, a capital account of Harvard and Harvard life as compared with Virginia University and the work of its students. The article is by no means merely a eulogium of our college. The writer, who is evidently a member, and an observant member, too, of Harvard, takes pains to criticize justly many of the failings of our college, but he does it in so admirably impassionate a manner that he deserves the warmest praise of all lovers of Harvard University. As a model of clearness and force, we commend it to the attention of our readers, and we hope the opinions therein expressed will fall under the notice of the "powers that be."
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