The Nation thinks that most of the students at Oxford and Cambridge who come from the United States and British Colonies are attracted thither "chiefly by the charm of college life." "Whatever charges may be brought against their teaching," it says, "the social and intellectual life of the students is no doubt far superior to that of the German universities. It is not only very easy and pleasant, in the better colleges, teachers and students meeting one another almost on equal terms, but it is very stimulating, and possibly does as much for a man's mind as the regular instruction he receives."
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