On the eve of a national election, when the undergraduate world is stirred up scarcely less than the country at large, when a Hughes Club, a Taft Club, and a Democratic Club, are all making active preparations for a part in the campaign, our old stand-by the Political club is strangely inactive. Compared with previous years the club has accomplished but little this year, and now of all times when we need the advice of political leaders on questions of national and local importance, it is not rallying to the occasion. Much as some disapprove of the methods adopted, there is no doubt that this country is undergoing an unprecedented moral awakening, that lends the greatest importance to the coming campaign. It is an opportunity for the Political Club to become an active power for good; but if neglected, it will shake our confidence in the ability of undergraduate organizations to deal ably with the larger questions beyond the horizon of college life.
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