One of the most attractive features of the Memorial Dining Hall is the memorial windows, mainly the gift of recently graduated classes. These windows are suffering from sheer neglect; and not only have many of the leads fallen out, but some of the smaller pieces of glass have shaken from their places. A very little care would repair the damage already done, as well as keep the windows in their proper condition for the future. The college can ill afford to allow these windows to fall into decay apparently from indifference. It is unjust both to those whose kind thoughtfulness has given these memorials, as well as to the large body of students who meet daily in the Hall. The leads should be replaced and the panes reset without further delay, and we would urge those whose duty it is to attend to the matter to repair the damage before the decay has advanced too far.
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