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Letter from Dorothy Foster to her mother, January 28, 1903
Dorothy Foster describes the first week of mid-year exams. She took Philosophy and Biology. Dean Thomas proposed changing the honor system to proctors for exams, and her proposal was met with outrage from students. A meeting was held by students and professors, and the Dean's proposal is expected to be revoked.