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A letter from Harvard appears in the last Argo. The writer repeats the suggestion recently made in the HERALD apropos of the recent Thanksgiving petition episode, that some official medium of communication ought to be established by the college between faculty and students. "It has not been found," it says, "that a faculty loses its dignity by taking the students into its confidence, and some college faculties have found that it pays to make public announcement, explanation, and exposition of new rules. An arbitrary faculty is oftentimes accountable for an insbordinate 'studentry.'"

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