O. A. C. Review Volume XXX Issue 12, August 1918
This month's articles pertain to the loneliness of being a rural teacher, providing agricultural journalism beyond college, encouraging rural educators to support their school fair, and whether the study of French is necessary at the college. Agricultural articles address the success of the wool sales for the Ontario Farmers' Co-operative, observing the hidden worlds of wildlife, the profitability of growing alfalfa, and instructions on building a septic tank for the farm. This issue also contains another short story by Barbara Smith. The Macdonald Institute article outlines the value of the short course. The Alumni column provides several military letters, marriage announcements, and alumni updates.