In the course of a few days the sophomores at Yale will begin the study of Physics, which will take the place of one of the courses in Latin which has heretofore been required throughout the year. This is interesting as showing in a way a slight letting up of the strict system of prescribed classical courses. Previously this physics has been a required study of the junior year. Next year, however, the junior class will be allowed more freedom in its choice of electives than has been given any of the former junior classes. This step of shortening the course in Latin has been agitated by the college papers for some time and it is probable that at some near date similar changes may be made, whereby the prescribed study of Greek also may be diminished.
Sophomore Studies at Yale.
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