This issue continues the address given by Sir Clifford Sifton at the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Professor Unwin concludes his series on Canadian literature. Agricultural articles pertain to the potato industry in British Columbia, how modern conveniences contribute to rural prosperity, management of the European corn borer, and preserving eggs. Included is an article on the forest fieldwork and aerial photography conducted at Sioux Lookout. Campus news highlights the graduation results, the second year banquet, and the Returned Men's dance. The Alumni column contains alumni and alumnae updates. This issue does not contain a Macdonald column.
Canadian literature: a series; Air craft in forest field work at Sioux Lookout, Ont. In 1921; The natural resources of Canada; Conveniences; Memorial Hall; The potato industry in British Columbia; Instructions for operations against the European corn borer; "Salts"; Preserving eggs; Casualty list; Editorial; College life; Athletics; Pastoral; Alumni; Locals; advertising;
F. B. Hutt; McK. McArthur; H. K. McCharles; Miss A. Gilchrist; A. A. Werner; O. E. Cameron; W. H. Upshall; D. R. Kelley; J. F. Fraser; W. D. Tolton; A. D. Hember; A. H. Kennedy; G. R. Lane; W. A. Young;