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Our correspondent comes forward with a "correction," in which he claims that "many candidates for honors are excused from a certain share of the year's work." If this is the case we can only state again that this is more the fault of individual instructors than of the system. Any such privileges are entirely contrary to the spirit of the regulations in regard to the substitution of theses for forensics, and if they are granted it is upon the personal responsibility of the instructor and in spite of the expressed intention of the faculty.

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