The Prospect Union has started on another year of work very successfully The numbers of members is large and the outlook for the winter is bright. Already over a dozen courses have been started in languages, history, mathematics, electricity and music; but there is still a call from the men for instruction in book - keeping, mechanical drawing, penmanship, elementary Latin, free hand drawing, and chemistry. The Union has to look to the men in college for instructors, and any student who would like to teach any of the above subjects is asked to send his name to the educational committee. Indeed if a man cares to take a class in any subject besides those mentioned, the committee would be very glad to hear from him. The classes meet in the evening and generally last an hour.
Anyone willing to take any of these classes or do any other educational work for the Union will please address Henry Ware, 32 Hollis.