The Sigma Chi Quarterly: The Official Organ of the Sigma Chi Fraternity, Band 23

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The Fraternity, 1904
 

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Seite 216 - Men, my brothers, men the workers, ever reaping something new : That which they have done but earnest of the things that they shall do...
Seite 227 - He has left the helm of state to be with us here, and so long as it is intrusted to his hands we are sure that, should the storm come, he will say with Seneca's Pilot, " O Neptune, you may save me if you will ; you may sink me if you will ; but whatever happen, I shall keep my rudder true.
Seite 16 - And if it shall through its influence contribute even in the smallest degree to strengthening the ties which should exist between all geographical sections of our common country I shall feel that it has accomplished one of the objects that has led me to take an interest in it.
Seite 105 - ... which can be easily reached. This examination is not competitive, but is intended to give assurance that all candidates are fully qualified to enter on a course of study at Oxford University. It will, therefore, be based on the requirements for responsions — the first public examination exacted by the university from each candidate for a degree. The Rhodes scholars will be selected from candidates who have successfully passed this examination. One scholar will be chosen for each state and territory...
Seite 326 - Board from the fourth ward, and paying a proper tribute of respect to the memory of the deceased, the following resolutions were unanimously adopted : WHEREAS, It has pleased Almighty God to remove by death Schuyler F.
Seite 105 - A qualifying examination will be held within this period in each state and territory, or at centers which can be easily reached. This examination is not competitive, but is intended to give assurance that all candidates are fully qualified to enter on a course of study at Oxford University. It will, therefore, be based on the requirements for responsions — the first public examination exacted by the university from each candidate for a degree. The Rhodes scholars will be selected from candidates...
Seite 431 - Phi, Sigma Phi and Northern Kappa Alpha have never to the writer's information supported papers. Delta Psi, Chi Phi, Psi Upsilon, Alpha Delta Phi and Zeta Psi have had only spasmodic success at the enterprise, and are now out of the magazine business. Chi Psi has some sort of a sheet but doesn't exchange, while Phi Kappa Sigma has " broke down '' and now publishes only a " News Letter,
Seite 431 - Princeton university is the only educational institution of prominence in the country that bars out the fraternities. The avowed object is to protect her two great institutions of debate and oratory, the Cliosophic and the Am'erican Whig literary societies. Of 1,339 students at Princeton in 1902, 358 belonged to the former and 297 to the latter, nearly one-half of the student body. We can well imagine the pale and trembling youth striving for recognition in such large assemblages having about as...
Seite 432 - Jonathan Dayton and William Pennington and none since 1861. In all the eminent positions noted above Harvard, Yale and the University of Virginia have outnumbered Princeton in the proportion of two and ten to one. In the early days the career of Princeton was resplendent, but today it is insignificant. It is out of touch with its sister institutions simply because it frowns down upon the historic social organizations which promote goodfellowship and lend a helping hand to its members when they have...
Seite 432 - Virginia have outnumbered Princeton in the proportion of two and ten to one. In the early days the career of Princeton was resplendent, but today it is insignificant. It is out of touch with its sister institutions simply because it frowns down upon the historic social organizations which promote goodfellowship and lend a helping hand to its members when they have passed beyond college walls. Educational institutions should foster those student organizations which tend to promote and retain college...

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