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WE cannot too heartily approve the suggestion that the $200,000 of Mr. Hastings's bequest, that the College is required to expend upon a building, be devoted to one for the Fine Arts Department. This department, which is steadily increasing in importance, has hitherto been placed at the greatest disadvantage, as regards lecture-rooms and appliances. While this state of things is to be greatly improved when Sever is finished, an opportunity seems now to be offered for providing an excellent building for the collections of pictures, casts, models, &c., which the College should have. These collections cannot be obtained, and funds for providing them will not be established, until there is a suitable building for their reception. A portion of the same building might be reserved for collections illustrative of other courses of study.

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