We are glad to hear that the demand for increased accommodations for the classes in Chemistry A, will be temporarily met by the removal of the mineralogical cabinet to the new section of the Agassiz Museum. The change has been long needed, and the new arrangement will no doubt for a time satisfy the urgency. Ultimately, however, even the present accommodations will grow too small, and then a new building will be in order. Boylston Hall is certainly fast becoming out of date and inadequate. Already some inconvenience is felt in the laboratory accommodations and this is bound to increase with every new year. A new and finer laboratory is only a question of time. Now that Harvard has become in reality a university, her needs press upon her harder than ever, but these very needs are pleasing evidences of her substantial material growth.
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