Education: Education Notes, Mar. 5, 1928

Phi Beta Kappa. Charles Allen Eastman, Dartmouth senior, refused last week an election to Phi Beta Kappa. His reason: "The present system of marks does not show the true ability of a student." He was the first student in Dartmouth history to decline the PBK key, one of the few in the U. S. to do so.

Unlimited Cuts. Seniors in good standing at Princeton are privileged to be absent from as many lectures as they desire, without penalty, for the remainder of the academic year. It is an experiment which Dean Christian Gauss hopes will not be abused.

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