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It does seem astonishing that in spite of all the expostulations on the part of the students in this University that have been made for several years past, no radical step has yet been taken by the authorities to better the condition of the College Yard during the winter and spring months. After a thaw like the present the Yard is little better than a marsh, and all the preparation that has been made for such a time has been the laying of a few narrow board walks along the unimportant paths. If it is indeed impracticable to have the Yard decently drained and taken care of, certainly it is practicable to lay wide board walks along every path. This is what we think should have been done. If this word of expostulation comes to late to be acted upon this year it manifestly should receive consideration in making arrangements for future years. The comfort and even the health of the students demands that the authorities take some immediate and effective measure to better the situation.

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