Bulletin, Issues 26-28

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1922
 

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Page 6 - But with regard to the merely contingent or, as it may be called, constructive injury which a person causes to society, by conduct which neither violates any specific duty to the public, nor occasions perceptible hurt to any assignable individual except himself; the inconvenience is one which society can afford to bear, for the sake of the greater good of human freedom.
Page 11 - Virginia, have had it in their minds, and have proposed to themselves, to the end that the Church of Virginia may be furnished with a seminary of ministers of the gospel, and that the youth may be piously educated in good letters and manners, and that the Christian faith may be propagated among the Western Indians, to the glory of Almighty God...
Page 68 - The leading object of the corporation hereby created shall be to teach such branches of learning as are related to agriculture and the mechanic arts, including military tactics; in order to promote the liberal and practical education of the industrial classes in the several pursuits and professions in life. But such other branches of science and knowledge may be embraced in the plan of instruction and investigation pertaining to the university as the trustees may deem useful and proper.
Page 99 - CEC will profit from continuous communication with the various bodies which represent the institutions of higher learning, such as the American Council on Education, the Association of American Universities, the National Association of State Universities and Land Grant Colleges, the Association of State Colleges and Universities, the Association of American Colleges, the American Association of Junior Colleges, and others.
Page 86 - In general, to do and perform all things necessary to encourage, uphold, and dignify the profession of the teacher and the cause of higher education...
Page 69 - The particular objects for which said corporation is formed are, to provide, impart, and furnish opportunities for all departments of higher education to persons of both sexes on equal terms...
Page 86 - Newfoundland aforesaid, and to promote the objects of the foundation, with full power, however, to the trustees hereinafter appointed and their successors from time to time to modify the conditions and regulations under which the work shall be carried on, so as to secure the application of the funds in the manner best adapted to the conditions of the time...
Page 83 - To discover the exceptional man in every department of study whenever and wherever found, inside or outside of schools, and enable him to make the work for which he seems specially designed his life work.
Page 82 - ... for the promotion and encouragement of intellectual, moral, or industrial education among the young of the more destitute portions of the Southern and South-Western States of the Union; my purpose being, that the benefits intended shall be distributed among the entire population, without other distinction than their needs and the opportunities of usefulness to them.
Page 11 - ... be granted unto certain undertakers for the founding, suitably endowing and ordering a Collegiate School, within his...

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