All members of the Freshman class who intend to concentrate in Group III, History, Government and Economics, are reminded of the meeting in the New Lecture Hall this morning at 9 o'clock. Professor C. H. Haskins will outline the character of the various courses in this group, and the new system of final general examinations and tutors.
Nature of Tutors.
Under the system the work of the tutors will be to guide students in their respective fields of study, to assist them in co-ordinating the knowledge which they have derived from different courses, and to stimulate in them the reading habit. The work of tutors will be entirely independent of the conduct of courses, and the tutors as such will have no control over the work or the grades of any student in any college course. Their assistance will naturally be of indirect benefit to the student in his work in individual courses, but their main function will be to help the student and guide him in the kind of reading and study which will be most useful toward his general progress in this Division. The attitude of the tutor will be that of a friend rather than of a task-master, and students may consult him freely and informally concerning any phase of their work.