Some attempt should be made this year to change the method of distributing degrees to members of the senior class on Commencement. Owing to the large numbers in the graduating classes of recent years, the wholesale distribution in Sanders Theatre has caused a scene of confusion which it is hard to reconcile with any idea of dignity attaching to the exercises of the day. The actual process of conferring the degrees is out of harmony with the general tone of the exercises. These, to be appropriate to the occasion when seniors are finally closing their college career, should be dignified and impressive throughout; which the exercises of the past few years have not been. Members of Ninety-three and Ninety-four have expressed dissatisfaction with the way their degrees were conferred, but we hope that Ninety-five will not have the same grounds for complaint.