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Coincident with Dean Lowe's report on the over-crowded condition of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences comes the announcement that the three upper floors of Perkins Hall are to be taken over next year by the students of this school next year. The first floor has been assigned to men who are at present in the Law School.
Perkins Hall has been made available to the students of the Law School and of the School of Arts and Sciences by the completion of the new Business School dormitories which will take care of its present occupants.
Plans are also in progress to lodge some of the Law Students in the New Business dormitories, if it is found that the men are willing to live at such a distance from the center of the School.
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