The continual sending in of communications in regard to the proposed University Club is a good sign in itself. It shows that, if, as some writers claim, there are defects in Harvard's social institutions, the students have at last thought the matter over with care, and have original thoughts to express whenever the question is agitated. The question is one with many bearings. There is a great deal to be said on both sides, and no sensible conclusion can be arrived at without the fullest discussion. We would like thoughtful opinions from all the different standpoints of college life, from the man who belongs to many societies as well as the men who belongs to none, from the conservatively as well as the socially inclined.
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