The Yale University Banner appears today.
Pope will be the next author read in English 7.
The Glee Club sang in the yard last evening.
The present principal of Exeter is a graduate of Andover.
The assistant editor of the London Times is an old Andover man.
Columbia College has acquired new athletic grounds at Williamsbridge.
Professor Everett has revised his book, "The Science of Thought."
Chever, a Harvard graduate, adopted the liberato of "The Merry Monarch."
Special trains will run from New York, New Haven and Boston to Springfield on Saturday.
The English B themes from M-Nutter will be returned this afternoon at Hollis 21.
Rev. Dr. Joseph D. Wickan is Yales' oldest living graduate. He is the only survivor of the class of 1815.
Professor Harper, of Yale has decided to accept the presidency of the new Chicago University.
The subjects for the second paper in Philosophy 14, on the labor question, were given out yesterday.
The average age at graduation from Oxford is said to be between twenty-two and twenty-three.
The Columbia Sophomores have voted not to let the freshmen wear whiskers of any kind.- Columbia Spectator.
President Eliot will speak before the Massachusetts State Teachers' Association at Worcester on the Friday following Thanksgiving, on "What is Actually Taught in the Average Massachusetts Grammar School."