[This column has been glven to the 8Uidentsofthe Hlgu School, and tuey will edit and conduct It. Miss Street bas recovercd sufflciently to be able to meet lier classes to-morrow. The senior essays, wliich are duc tuis week, are remarkably conspicuous by tlieir absence. Students who hare not yet passed off their minor exarninations, have an opportunity of doing bo next Thursday. Friday evening the members of tlie Arena will debate upon the rather wornout question of negro colonization. The Students' Christian Association meets this week to consider the text, "Judging our Neighbor," Mat. 7 : 1-5 Mr. J. O. Leiand will leud the meeting Lyceum No. I's question for its next meeting is upon the advisability of abolishins capital punishment. Messrs. Williama, Weidemeyer, Goodrich and Clarke are the debaters Prof. Leutwein announces that he will orgar.ize classes in arithmetic and grammar in room F., high school, May 12th. 3oth branches will be taught by an improved method, by vbicb any one is enabled to undersiand both branches thoroughly in a short time, i. e. in 50 Ussons. The high school authoritfes have pxpressed themsclves as willing to give the best possible facilities in music instruction to those of the students who destre it, provfded that at least twenty-tive of thein agree to atted a class to be organized for such a jmrpose. Those desiring to join ehould send in their names to the 'superintendent as soon as possible. If such a class is organized It will meet regularly on Tuesday afternoons in tbe cha pel.