As announced in an item of this issue, Prof. Palmer will next year hold the recitation of his course in Hegel in the evening, if the class so desire. We would commend this plan most highly to other instructors. It seems to us that it would be most admirable to hold the recitations in some courses in the evening, instead of during the day. That it would be better for the health and eyes of students if they could be relieved of a part of the night work, by having the day for study, no one can doubt for an instant, and, in reply to the oft-advanced argument that the mind is not in an active state during the evening, it may certainly be said that if the faculties are sufficiently alert to be occupied in severe study for four or five hours they could certainly bear the strain of recitation for one-half of the time. While the project may seem a little visionary now, it will surely be adopted at some time in the near future, for it has many advantages.
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