A college of the progressive tendencies of Harvard should be the last to repeat the old stock complaint against college journals, that they are principally fault-finders and nurses of discontent. The better class of such papers certainly studiously endeavor to abstain from all complaining that is not likely to lead to anything better than mere fault-finding. Can it not fairly be said that the greater proportion of their criticisms on local matters have for their sole object to secure reform and to raise the status of Alma Mater? Yet their aims are, more often than not, misconceived everywhere outside of the student world. That they foster a closer college spirit and a wider university spirit there can be no doubt, and that their practical usefulness might be largely increased, if college governors and instructors would permit a franker and closer relationship to be established, is more than probable.
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