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Absociate Editoh, Miss. May B. Faihfield.
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With a few words to m-ul the truths
mid errors or our past career, and with as
niiuiy to open tho way before us, we leave
this subject, allowing our readers to infer
from our past actions the fate that awaits us
beyond. If during tho time that the Stu
dent has been under our control, it hits
. wandered from the putli of rectitude, It
has not been through willfulness on our
purl. We have moved as circumstances
have compelled us.
Tho back indebtedness, that has do.
voured the surplus funds continually, has
not been agreeable. But we arc thankful
, to our creditors that they have been pa
tient and in time we hope to sec them
fully repaid. For our success, whatever
it has been we are greatly indebted to the
j citizens of Lincoln for their patronage
and to the students for their assistance
, aud encouragement. While tho crltl.
cisms from tho College Press have in
sured us that our labor has not been in vain.
The experiment that wo were to test the
management by two editors-in-chief, has
proved, wo hope, all that was expected by
its most sanguinary friends.
If during our time of oflice, the interest
that we have taken in the Student merits
a re-election, wo feel rewarded for our
labor. As heretofore it will be conducted
by the Students and through their patri
otism in the interests of the University.
With the Student now under the control
of the Students it can perhaps claim more
attention from them ; at. least wo shall ex
pect more liberal support from this
source than usual. And, though left to
its own fate in limes of trouble, there
will doubtless occur no material change
in its management. It, at least under our
control, will remain unchanged in senti
ment. It will never shrink fiom giving
merited praise. If critical, it will be
So, hopeful of brighter prospects in tho
future, we again enter the arena, en
deavroing to do as well as circumstances
Wo would remark to our contributors
that an article need not necessarily be
three or even two columns in length. Of
course there are some subjects which can
not be well handled unless that much
space, or oven more, is occupied, but
would not our paper possess u good feat
ure if each number were to contain sever
al brief articles? Local affairs and mat
ters relating to our studies would often
suggest a short aud good article.
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