This special assignment of Yard rooms removes the principal objections to the former regulations for the allotment of rooms in the College Yard. In view of these facts, every Junior interested in promoting class unity should consider carefully the possibilities now opened to him for extending this spirit of democracy throughout the class and throughout the University. Men may now come into close contact with classmates of varied interests, and yet at the same time be with a group of congenial friends. Besides making for unity and fellow-feeling, such a getting together of the class will have a mutually broadening effect upon our individual ideas and prejudices as few of us will realize without going through the actual experience.
Let each man consider his responsibilities to his class and to his University in taking advantage of these privileges. A precedent established by our class in this direction will not fail to affect the whole Harvard spirit for years to come.