The CRIMSON has sent a circular letter to members of the Faculty inviting them to use the paper more freely than in the past. We believe that closer intercourse between instructors and students is desirable and that one of the best means of bringing this about is discussion of subjects of common interest through the college papers. We have always done our best to make the CRIMSON a medium of communication which should represent the faculty as well as undergraduates, but this effort on our part has not met with great success, chiefly, we believe, because the instructors have not understood our position. We take this opportunity of stating again that our columns are open to all members of the university, and graduates as well, and we hope to receive frequent communications from them.
We also invite the faculty to publish in the CRIMSON notices about their courses. The CRIMSON reaches almost all students, more than see the official bulletin board daily. It would be a convenience to them, and also, we should think, to the instructors, to have all notices about their courses published in the CRIMSON. We have enclosed postal cards with our letters to be used in this way. We hope the faculty will meet us in this effort.