In spite of all that has been said upon the subject, we as a body of students do not seem to appreciate the advantages which college offers us, and especially such a college as Harvard. Neither the grind nor the butterfly, nor the man approaching these two extremes, derives that benefit from college life which lies within his grasp. There is hardly any phase of life in which we may not to some extent exercise ourselves while in college. Studies, reading, athletics and society, all should claim some part of a man's life here. And we ought not to pursue certain branches under these general headings to the neglect of others. We should make ourselves familiar with everything which is worthy of our familiarity.