The meetings of graduate students which take place in Phillips Brooks House Monday evenings from 6.45 to 7.30 are for frank discussion of personal ideals. They are meant to further acquaintance among members of the Graduate School, and to offer especially for these men a parallel to the general religious meetings of the Harvard Christian Association. Without limitation to sect or creed, they admit perfect freedom of individual views, and are quite without formality.
Graduate Students' Meetings.
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