Fact and Rumor.
There are seven women in the Boston University Law School.
Commencement at the Yale Divinity School will be held May 17.
Racine's Andromaque will be read in French 1a after Le Cid is finished.
Those who desire it may take a course in the Russian language at Cornell.
The Wellesley Glee Club will go to Washington during the Easter recess.
The first annual banquet of the Press Club was held at Dartmouth last week.
All the laboratories at Wellesley were photographed on Thursday, for the World's Fair.
Dr. Davenport gave a lecture at Smith on Friday evening, his subject being "animal Friendship."
There is one woman in the freshman class of the Massachusetts State Agricultural College.
Eighteen dates have already been arranged by the management of the Yale Law School tears.
Mr. Sherman '94, has been appointed as Technology correspondent to the University Magazine.
The course in French 1a will meet on Saturdays hereafter in Lower Mass. instead of in Sever 11.
The late ex-president R. B. Hayes was the first man whom Johns Hopkins honored with an LL.D.
A summary of the lectures of the preceding week in English A will be due on Tuesday of each week.
The twenty-five mile handicap road race of the Boston Associated Cycling Clubs will be held on June 24.
Robert William Wood has sent in the first claim for the '91 class cradle. His daughter was born March 4.
Prof. Lucy M. Salmon, of Vassar, will give a course of lectures on Domestic Service at the University of Michigan.
Andover has appointed a committee to consider a plan for uniting the athletic interests of the academy under one head.
The 12th annual reunion and banquet of the New England chapters of the Beta Theta Pi Fraternity was held in Boston Friday evening.
The books, drawings, manuscripts and herbarium of Bayard Taylor were presented to the public library of West Chester Park, Pa. last week.
The trustees of Cornell University elected Professor E. W. Huffcut of the Northwestern University to fill the professorship of law made vacant by the resignation of Professor Hughes.
The large and valuable collection of fossils, and geological specimens, which the late Ralph Butterfield of Kansas City bequeathed, together with $200,000, to Dart-mouth College, has reached Hanover, and will be kept in the museum in Culver Hall until the Butterfield building, provided for in the will, is completed.
There have been two remarkable events at Cambridge University, England. The Pitt scholarship has been won by a freshman, Mr. J. A. Nairne of Trinity, and the second chancellor's medal for classics had been withheld for this year, in consequence of the examiners having found that there was no candidate worthy to receive it. This has happened only once before since 1751.