The success of the first University Forum practically assures the establishment of this institution upon a permanent basis. In the future, however, we believe that these meetings should be held in the Union. From the stand-point of the men attending the forums the Union is the logical place of meeting, since it is designed as the centre of all such activities. There would be a tendency to put the discussions on a more intimate level if they were held there rather than in one of the University halls. The latter at best are not so pleasant for discussion, while the Union has every facility to promote social intercourse. We believe, moreover, that the movement to the Union would benefit this institution by helping it to better fulfill its purpose. It cannot do this unless its facilities as a social centre are utilized. We hope that arrangements will be made at once to hold the future forums in the Union.