The Lampoon is out to-day.
Philosophy 3 will take up the study of Logic very soon.
The Idlers Club of the Annex will shortly present a drama.
The next number of the Monthly will be out the first of the week.
The marks in Political Economy 4 for the half year will not be given out.
The young ladies of the Annex will organize a tennis club this spring.
The hour examination in Physics C will occur on Friday next, at 10 o'clock.
Seten Hall College, near Newark, N. J. was nearly destroyed by fire Tuesday.
The reading-room has been moved from the north to the south end of Dane Hall.
The class of '86, Columbia, has voted to raise $1000 to purchase books for the college library.
The Yale Lit. is 50 years old. It as yet shows no sign of an approaching second childhood.
The Brown nine opens the season with the Nationals of Washington, on the 30th and 31st of March.
W. B. Phillips, A. D. Claflin and A. B. Potter attended the Base-Ball Convention at Springfield yesterday.
There will be an N. H. 4 excursion to Quincy today. Those who go will take the 8.15 train this morning.
The last Pennsylvanian extensively reviews the lectures delivered here by Professor Thompson last winter.
Coop Admits Text Shortage ExistsThe Harvard Cooperative Society yesterday admitted that this year it had the most critical shortage of textbooks in its recent
BREVITIES.THE wooden packing-case still adorns Memorial Hall. DR. WYMAN says there are 1900 cases of colds in Cambridge. THE petitions
CO-OPERATION.An interesting article upon "Co-operation at Harvard" appeared in yesterday's Advertiser. The writer begins with a sketch of its organization
THE PRESIDENT'S REPORT.THE Annual Reports of the President and Treasurer having just appeared, I have attempted to present some of their most
FACT AND RUMOR.Prof. Norton will probably be able to lecture today. Charles river is frozen over between the Cambridge bridges. Mr. Lutz's