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The same cry of more money for running expenses comes up from every college as the annual reports are published. The latest are those of the Trinity College alumni and of President Warren of Boston University. The first have sent out a special circular saying that the receipts are less than expected and that the sum of $50,000 is needed. This is small compared with our cry of "three millions more;" but it must be remembered that Trinity is a small college and only graduates a score or so of students each year. Boston University is not so moderate in its demands. It wants money to enlarge the law school facilities. This department is in a very prosperous condition. The number of students exceeds the number studying the same subject in our Austin Hall. Among the other pressing needs is that of a dormitory for the women attending the various departments. This is a good idea. The number of women is large and some good boarding place near the buildings is a matter of necessity in a large city like Boston.

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