N presenting this volume of the OXONIAN for
1908, we have desired to revive the very
commendable custom of publishing a college annual,
and we have striven to present the lighter and more
pleasant phases of the Emory man's college life.
We trust that to the Alumni it will serve as a pleas¬
ant reminder of their college experience, and that to
the present Emory student it will in future years
serve as a bright record of his undergraduate life.
Although our experience is limited in this field, we
hope that our aim has been accomplished and that
you will "view this not with a critic's eye but pass
its imperfections by."