We are glad to recommend to the University the exhibition of photographs which the Camera Club opened last evening in Sever. Apart from the fact that the exhibition is devoted solely to college work, the photographs are a fairly interesting lot. And when the collection is looked at as an indication of the artistic feeling which the college men possess, then it becomes well worth looking at. We hope that the Camera Club will consider this exhibition as merely the beginning of a series of annual or even semiannual exhibitions. They have an excellent opportunity of drawing out and fostering the artistic element of the college; and such is the importance of this element in developing a truly fine understanding, that they should take every chance they can to promote it.
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