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President Walker, of the Institute of Technology, has just published his annual report. He shows the need of an endowment of $2,000,000 to place the institute on a firm basis, with provisions for paying adequate salaries to the corps of instructors as well as accommodations for future growth.
Thirty-five states of the union, besides the District of Columbia, are represented on the list of students; of the total number of 909, 533 are from Massachusetts, or 58.6 per cent, of the whole; 114 are from other New England states; 262 from outside New England, of whom 22 are from foreign countries. The average age of 255 students is eighteen years, six months and twelve days.
Forty-three graduates of other institutions are included in the list of students for this year. Of these ten are graduates of Harvard, five each of Brown and Yale, four of Boston, three of Amherst, while one comes from each of the following institutions: University of Minnesota, Oregon State University, Oberlin, Hobart, Bowdoin, Rutgers, Boston college, Swarthmore, Pennsylvania State college, Bryn Mawr, United States Military academy, Holy Cross, Trinity, Robert, Georgetown and Vassar.
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