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Page 8 - The legislature shall encourage, by all suitable means, the promotion of intellectual, scientific, moral, and agricultural improvement.
Page 16 - ... 4. The Degree of Master of Arts will be conferred upon graduates from the School of Liberal Arts who shall pursue a prescribed course of study for one year after receiving the degree of BA and shall present a satisfactory thesis. 5. The Degree of Master of Science will be conferred upon graduates from the course in Mining or in Agriculture or in Mechanics or in Civil Engineering who shall pursue a prescribed course of study for one year after receiving the degree of BS and shall present a satisfactory...
Page 9 - The basement is in use for the present as a refectory. HATCH STATION. Hatch Hall was built by the State for the sole use of the Experiment Station which is supported by the General Government for the purpose of original investigation in the various subjects related to scientific and practical agriculture. The laboratories of the Professor of Agriculture and of the Station Chemist and the station library occupy the flrst floor.
Page 31 - S hrs., second term. Senior year. Part I. Oral analysis and written reproduction of thought in logical arrangement are required upon the general idea of education, its nature, its form, its limits; while the practical bearings of the sub-topics of work and play, habits, punishments, corrective and retributive (also preventive), different temperaments and capacities, processes of growth of the lower into higher faculties, are used for subjects of "talks" and more elaborate class essays.
Page 15 - Class until he has made good such deficiencies to the satisfaction of the Faculty. The exact number of deficiencies with which a candidate may be admitted cannot be named in advance, since eaelt case is considered on its merits.
Page 13 - ... lies in their power. Almost all of the work in and about the University buildings and grounds is now done by students. The skill that the young men acquire in the carpenter and machine shop enables them to do most of the repairing and building required on the grounds.
Page 14 - ... through one term. Thus, in lecture or recitation work, one hour is allotted to the lecture or recitation, and from one and a half to two hours for preparation or subsequent reading by the student. In laboratory, shop and field work, two and one-half hours are required as an equivalent of one hour of class recitation or lecture work.
Page 17 - The branches herein offered are universally regarded as the basis of a liberal education, and have long been studied as the best means of mental discipline and general culture. The course is almost as extensive and complete as the corresponding course given in the best colleges, and by means of a liberal system of electives offers students a considerable range of choice in courses of study III.
Page 14 - In laboratory, shop and field work, two and one-half hours are required as an equivalent for one hour of class recitation or lecture work. ATTENDANCE UPON RECITATIONS AND LECTURES. The requirements for punctual and regular attendance upon all recitations, lectures and other prescribed college exercises are exact and firm. Professors may excuse students on account of necessary absence from their classes, if the reasons seem valid. All unexcused absences are reported to the President's office and may...