Smith College has 264 students.

The next Advocate will be out April 14.

Mr. Charles H. Holman, '82, has returned to college.

Princeton's new telescope will arrive about May 1st.

Williams is to have a new dormitory, to cost $100,000.


Pach's men were photographing college buildings yesterday.

Mr. W. E. C. Smith, '82, has been elected an editor of the Advocate.

The team victorious in the recent tugs-of-war pull the Technology team today.

Fifteen Lassell girls will travel in Europe this summer, at a cost of $675 per capita.

Congress has been asked to appropriate $15,000,000 for the public schools of the South.

The examination in Graduate History b. (International Law), has been set for June 14.

The Badger complains because there are not more girls in the Wisconsin State University.

Mr. Bendelari will probably sever his connection with the university at the end of this college year.

Cornell students in agriculture will inspect noted farms of New York and New Jersey in the spring.

An American took the first prize in mathematics not long ago at the University of Heidelburgh, Germany.