The Harvard Ethical Society, which was formed last March, will hold its first meeting of the year on Tuesday, October 31, in Phillips Brooks House. The society endeavors to influence University sentiment in the direction of the highest ideals in personal, political, and social life by means of lectures and discussions. Topics for this year include: "The Different Ideals of College Life," "The Ethics of Work and Recreation," "The Ethics of the Labor Problem," "The Ethics of the Theatre," "Municipal Reform," "The Peace Movement," "Railroad Rate Legislation."
Among those who have agreed to address the society are: Professor William James, Ph.D., LL.D., Professor F. W. Taussig '79, Mr. Joseph Lee, and Mr. Douglas Volk. The Advisory Committee of the society consists of Professor Josiah Royce, Professor F. W. Taussig, Professor W. W. Fenn '84, Dean L. B. R. Briggs '75, and Professor R. B. Perry.
Anyone interested in the society and its work should communicate with B. Beckhard '07, Perkins 46.