During the summer numerous improvements have been made to many of the college buildings, perhaps the most important of which are those to Holyoke House. All the bath-rooms have been removed, so that there is now space for bedrooms for those studies next the fire escape. Entirely new plumbing has been put in with new closets and shower baths of hot and cold water on each floor. The heating arrangements have been remodelled, new boilers put in and the entries and halls provided with radiators.
In the gymnasium four new faucets for hot and cold water have been put in the shower room; and plans for entirely new bathing accommodations have been submitted to the Overseers.
Shower baths and steam heating arrangements similar to those in Holyoke have been placed in Divinity Hall, and,
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