The University Catalogue, which will appear today, contains few changes from last year that are worthy of notice. Itgives, however, indications of growth and progress which augur well for Harvard. Not only has the number of students increased in all the departments, (with the exception of a slight decrease in the Veterinary School); but our Scientific School has made a wonderful gain. Under the shadow of Technology, it is difficult to maintain an institution of this character. We are not only holding our own but actually progressing. This impetus can only be accounted for by the recent introduction of new courses. The additions to our curriculum give more and more opportunity for real University work, and this year's catalogue gives evidence that Harvard is still pressing onward.