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INDEX. The new Experiment Station Iniilding has been occupied for some time bj Professor Goessman and his assistants. The plot of land east of the station has been broken in and underdrained. Professor Warner has piloted us through the mazes of Trigonom- etry and Civil Engineering, and has brought us to a state of equilib- rium in the midst of our course in Mechanics. The study of Calculus, Avhich comes in the Senior year, has been made optional, and several other changes have been made in the College curriculum. Dr. Walker, formerly at South Amherst, is a welcome addition to the Faculty, assuming, at the commencement of the year, the office of Instructor in Rhetoric and Psychology. Dr. Walker also occupies the pulpit on the Sabbath. Our students are considerably interested in Athletics, and would be more so if the College would expend the necessary few hundred dollars in the equipment of a gymnasium in the drill-hall or elsewhere. It seems as if this boon ought not to be denied the students. The foot- ball team has done fair work this fall, winning each of the two match games plaj ' ed. We welcome the Class of ' 90 as one of the largest that has entered college for several years. Let our young friends realize at the begin- ning of their course what they are here for ; and may they improve to the fullest extent the opportunities which shall develop for them while they are here. The four years spent in college, form one of the most cogent formative periods of a man ' s life, and one may often attribute his successes in later life, — or his failure,— to habits contracted while he sojourned among the halls of his Alma Mater. Classmates: Having added our due to the line of " Indexes, " we fall back into our places to plod onward toward our graduation day. If the book pleases you, we are satisfied; if not, let it become a forgotten thing of the past, without too harsh comment. At all events, we wash the ink from our fingers, and thank our stars that the trial is over.
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