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The regular recitation in Greek 1 has ceased.
There will be no more geological seminars until after the semi-annuals.
The January number of the University Bulletin will be issued next week.
Every locker in the gymnasium is now occupied.
Funds have been raised for a new observatory at Brown.
Cornell Alumni propose the erection of an Alumni Memorial Hall.
There will be four entries in heavyweight boxing at the winter meeting.
Rev. J. H. Thayer D. D. will conduct weekday morning prayers during Jannary.
Two lockers have been placed in the cage of the gymnasium for bats, markers and balls.
Marks on the recent examination for those conditioned in entrance French can be obtained at the office.
Prof. Allen will continue his course of lectures on the "History and Methods of Classical Study," in Sever 18, at 11 A. M.
Professor Shaler says that the brilliant sunsets which have lately occasioned so much comment are undoubtedly caused by the recent eruptions at Java.
The eighth ten of the Institute of 1770 is as follows: Camman, Atherton, Houghton, W. W. Baldwin, H. S. Abbot, Moors, Fisk, C. A. Brown, Frye and Thoron.
There will be no more recitations in Political Economy 1. Prof. Laughlin will be in Sever 11, Monday from 9 to 10 A. M., and in H. 6, Tuesday from 2 to 3 P. M. to answer any questions on the course.
The Longfellow Memorial Fund now amounts to $11,500. Efforts are being made to increase the amount.
The Olio, the annual publication of the junior class at Amherst, has just been issued,
Cornell has secured a permanent instructor in athletics for its gymnasium.
Bulwer's first poem, "Ismael, an Oriental Tale," was written when he was a schoolboy of seventeen.
Hereafter, no property will be leased by Girard College for barroom purposes.
Switzerland has five universities: at Berne, Bale, Geneva, Lausanne, and Zurich.
President Bascom of Wisconsin University has an article in last week's Independent on "College Discipline."
The University of Wisconsin is meeting with gratifying success, under President Bascom's able management.
The examination in Chemistry 3, will be from 10 to 1 o'clock, but the laboratory will be open at 9, for the benefit of those who desire to come early.
The alumni of Dartmouth College, residing in this city and vicinity, will hold their annual reunion at Young's Hotel, on Wednesday evening next.
The Dartmouth class of 1851 will observe its 30th anniversary at the coming commencement. The class had fifty-seven members, and forty-two are living.
The McCormick observatory of the University of Virginia is nearly completed, and will soon be ready for the great telescope, the gift of Mr. McCormick of Chicago.
The faculty at Yale send their second admonition to parents or guardians in the form of registered letters, in order to prevent their interception by students or their interested friends.
At Columbia the trustees have laid down for young women a course of studies which is almost identical with that pursued by the undergraduates. The course comprises Latin, Greek, modern languages, political science, history, English literature, moral and intellectual philosophy, geology and botany.
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