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Page 184 - They get hold of a multitude of poor men, who might never resort to a distant place of education. They set learning in a visible form — plain, indeed, and humble, but dignified even in her humility — before the eyes of a rustic people, in whom the love of knowledge, naturally strong, might never break from the bud into the flower but for the care of some zealous gardener. They give the chance of rising in some intellectual walk of life to many a strong and earnest nature who might otherwise have...
Page 321 - Fifty years ago a man usually wore his fraternity pin in his cravat. As time wore on the pin advanced to the lapel of the coat; then fraternity conservatism dictated that it was ill-mannered to display it upon any place but the waistcoat. The best authorities upon the subject recognize that it is only proper to wear the pin as near the heart as possible.
Page 184 - They set learning in a visible form, plain, indeed, and humble, but dignified even in her humility, before the eyes of a rustic people, in whom the love of knowledge, naturally strong, might never break from the bud into the flower but for the care of some zealous gardener.
Page 325 - The metal is a combination of copper and zinc, the best admixture being found to be 60 per cent, of the former, and 40 per cent, of the latter. The...
Page 399 - And that in order to preserve in the minds of the students that sacred love and attachment which they should ever bear to the principles of the present glorious revolution, the greatest care and caution shall be used in electing such professors and masters, to the end that no person shall be so elected unless the uniform tenor of his conduct manifest to the world his sincere affection for the liberty and independence of the United States of...
Page 413 - Resolved, That we, the members of Theta Chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon, express our deep grief at the loss of an honored and loyal brother ; and be it "Resolved, That we extend our heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved family ; and...
Page 166 - As the trustees are determined to avoid pecuniary embarrassment, they propose to conduct the college classes only so far as their resources may justify, taking care to have the students thoroughly taught as far as they shall go. It is not their purpose to confer degrees till they shall have afforded facilities for education equal to those of other chartered institutions.
Page 166 - ... to constitute, appoint, and annex to itself the other three colleges or faculties, viz. : The Faculty of Divinity, the Faculty of Law, and the Faculty of the Arts and Sciences ; and that the four faculties or colleges thus united, shall be and they are hereby constituted an university, by the name and under the title of the University of Maryland.
Page 399 - ... such professors and masters, to the end that no person shall be so elected unless the uniform tenor of his conduct manifests to the world his sincere affection for the liberty and independence of the United States of America.
Page 143 - Brnnensis, the annual published by the secret societies, the following fraternities are represented at Brown in the order of their establishment : Alpha Delta Phi, 1836; Delta Phi, 1838; Psi Upsilon, 1840; Beta Theta Pi, 1847; Delta Kappa Epsilon, 1850; Zeta Psi, 1852; Theta Delta Chi, 1853; Delta Upsilon, 1868; Chi Phi, 1872. ATHLETICS. The university has never had a gymnasinm, and the want of this has been sadly felt by the various classes.