Annual Report of President Low to the Trustees 1889/90-1900/01

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the University, 1900

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Page 105 - Literature, prepares the best essay upon some subject of contemporaneous interest in the domestic or foreign policy of the United States Government.
Page 90 - That the University will accept women who have taken their first degree on the same terms as men, as students of the University, and as candidates for the degrees of Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy under the Faculties of Philosophy, Political Science, and Pure Science, in such courses as have been or may be designated by these Faculties, with the consent of those delivering the courses, and mil make suitable provision for the oversight of such women.
Page 92 - College shall continue to provide for the financial support thereof ; it being distinctly understood and agreed that the University is and shall be under no implied obligation, responsibility, or liability, of any kind whatsoever, for the maintenance, support, direction, or management of Barnard College, or for the disbursement of the income thereof...
Page 91 - The trustees of Columbia College, in the city of New York...
Page 103 - Fund,' for the increase of the library, the income from the same to be devoted to the purchase on account of the Library of Columbia College of such books as from time to time may be most needed, but especially relating...
Page 11 - AT the annual meeting of the Association of Colleges and Preparatory Schools of the Middle States and Maryland held at Swarthmore College on November 26, 1921, Science Section was organized.
Page 70 - King's College, founded in the Province of New York by royal charter in the reign of George II. Perpetuated as Columbia College by the people of the State of New York, when they became free and independent: maintained and cherished from generation to generation for the advancement of the public good and the glory of Almighty God.
Page 88 - President of Barnard College, and if not already a Trustee of Barnard College he shall be so elected at the earliest opportunity. He shall preside at the meetings of the Faculty of Barnard College and shall have general supervision and direction of the educational administration of such College as in the other schools of the University. SECOND. That the internal administration of Barnard College shall be conducted by a Dean who shall be appointed by the President of the University, by and with the...
Page 93 - TENTH. That the libraries of the University and of Barnard College shall be open upon equal terms to all women students of the University and of Barnard College. ' ELEVENTH. This Agreement may be modified at any time by mutual consent expressed in writing, and may be terminated at the end of any academic year, after one year's notice in writing from either party to the other. TWELFTH. This Agreement shall take effect immediately.
Page 89 - College diploma, without regard to the time limit contained in this section, and undertakes to maintain every professorship established at its instance, as hereinbefore provided, so long as the services of the incumbent thereof or an equivalent therefor shall be rendered in Barnard College ; and when Barnard College has adequately provided for its undergraduate work, it will, as its means allow, establish additional professorships in the University, upon foundations providing for courses which shall...

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