We believe that the step taken by the faculty in changing the hour of the final examinations from 9.30 to 9 o'clock is a wise one, and one which the students will find to be to their advantage. In the period in which the examinations come, the days begin to grow warm by half-past ten or so, and sometimes it becomes oppressively hot as early as ten even, and the gain of half an hour coming in the cool of the morning will at times be almost equivalent to an actual addition. Any men who have sweltered through the half hour from twelve to half-past, on a hot June day, trying to concentrate their thoughts on work, and succeeding in coming to a realizing sense of an inordinate buzzing in their brain, will receive the change with inexpressible relief.
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