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The Graduates' Magazine has never justified its existence more conclusively than it has done in the number for December. One cannot read through the many interesting discussions of university policy and the ample chronicles of and comments on university happenings of every sort, without feeling what a valuable part of Harvard life the magazine has become. As a periodical started largely for the benefit of graduates it has an undoubted right to its name. In fact, however, it has proved to be a magazine of the University and not of the graduates alone. The consideration in its pages of questions connected with the present life of the University and its future development, is somthing more than a means for the graduate to "keep in touch," as the hackneyed phrase is. It is bound to be a strong influence in the University itself and as such should be supported not less by its resident members.

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