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The annual Princeton catalogue has been completed but will not be ready for distribution until the first of the week. The new number has been somewhat delayed this year on account of the many changes and additions that have been made in the curriculum.
The catalogue shows the total number of students at present to be 769, an increase of 102 over last year. It appears that three new names have been added to the faculty since the last annual publication: namely, Professors Harper, Dodd and Rankin. The chair in Political Economy and Jurisprudence is still vacant, but will probably be filled by the trustees at their next annual meeting in February. The new curriculum is given in full form.
Two new lecture courses are an nounced: a course of University Lectures, by Dr. McCosh, on "The Prevailing Types of Philosophy, Can They Reach Reality Logically?" to begin early in the second term, and a new course of lectures, by Professor Frothingham on "Monastic Art" to be given once a week throughout the year. Announcement is also made of the new Electrical Engineering course, stating the time required, course of study, and the conditions upon which applicants are admitted.
Two new prizes are open for competition for the first time. The "Theodore Cuyler Prize in Economics," founded by Mr, C. C. Cuyler, class of '79, the interest of $1000 is open to the senior class; and the "Thomas B. Wanamaker English Language Prize," the interest of $1000, is open to the junior class. This prize was founded by Mr. Thomas B. Wanamaker, of the class of 1883.
In addition to the above prizes, a scholarship, founded by A. O. Headley Esq., of Newark, is also announced for the first time.
The requirements for admission to freshman class are unchanged, except and addition of modern English History (1558-1880) to the academic requirements.
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