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University of Wisconsin., 1899
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Page 20 - The object of the University of Idaho shall be to provide the means of acquiring a thorough knowledge of the various branches of learning connected with...
Page 21 - It is the general policy of the institution to foster the higher educational interests of the State, broadly and generously interpreted. It is its aim to make ample provision for the demands of advanced scholarship in as many lines as its means will permit. By prescribing a large...
Page 61 - Pope's Iliad, Books I, VI, XXII, and XXIV; The Sir Roger de Coverley Papers...
Page 46 - The requirements for the bachelor's degrees are stated under the appropriate colleges and courses on subsequent pages. HIGHER DEGREES The University confers in course the degrees of Doctor of Philosophy and Doctor of Public Health. The degree of Master of Arts is conferred as a second degree upon candidates...
Page 23 - Mendota, a sheet of water about four miles in width and six mile.s in length. University hill occupies the eastern part of the grounds. It rises abruptly from the lake and has two summits, of which the eastern and higher reaches a height of about one hundred feet above the lake. Most of the college buildings :ire placed on the summit and eastern slope of this hill.
Page 75 - The test consists in writing several essays on familiar subjects, in which the student plans his work by paragraphs, and constructs both paragraphs and sentences in accordance with the simpler principles of composition. No student will be passed in this test and permitted to pursue the course in Freshman English whose work shows serious weakness in spelling, punctuation, grammar, sentence construction, or division into paragraphs. Facility of expression will not be sufficient to offset marked deficiency...
Page 180 - Persons twenty-one years of age, who are not candidates for a degree, and who wish to take special studies...
Page 21 - The University is supported partly by the income of federal grants, partly by taxation of the people of the state, partly by student fees, and to a slight extent by private gifts. There have been...
Page 25 - The government of the institution rests upon the inherent •obligations of students to the University and to the State. The University is maintained at the public expense for the public good.
Page 25 - The interests of faithful students and the well-being of the University demand that those who do not conform to these manifest obligations should withdraw from the institution or be excluded. As members of the community...

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