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The Harvard Engineering Society will hold an important meeting in the Assembly Room of the Union tonight at 7.30 o'clock. Amendments will be made to the constitution changing the society from an undergraduate to a graduate organization. Undergraduates will be admitted hereafter only as associate members. The Civil, Mechanical, and Electrical Clubs will be discontinued; their activities being combined with those of the Engineering Society. Instead of lectures by practicing engineers, papers on subjects of general engineering interest will be presented each month by active members. These talks will be of an informal nature, and will be followed by open discussions.
The aim is to make the Engineering Society a forum where its members may informally talk over the current problems of engineering. The graduate membership will allow every man to take an active part in the discussions.
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