The fact that 1,000 students of the university at Syracuse, N. Y., are to earn their way this year in whole or in part, is calculated to awaken the envy of the country colleges, where the opportunities for self-help are limited by the environment. Educational institutions located in cities certainly have an advantage at this point. Men at the young Men's Christian Association College in this city, for earning money than the college boys in Amherst or Williamstown, despite the fact that special effort is made in both Williams and Amherst to get jobs for students who desire them. --Boston Transcript.
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