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Stran 67 - With these exceptions, all the undergraduate work in all the courses will be elective. The student may freely choose for such elective work any subject taught in the University, which his previous studies have prepared him to undertake.
Stran 27 - Its object, to qualify students for personal success and direct usefulness in life ; Its purpose, to promote the public welfare by exercising an influence in behalf of humanity and civilization, teaching the blessings of liberty regulated by law, and inculcating love _and reverence for the great principles of government as derived from the inalienable rights of man to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
Stran 27 - LELAND, and in the belief that had he been spared to advise us as to the disposition of our estate he would have desired the devotion of a large portion thereof to this purpose, we will that for all time to come the institution hereby founded shall bear his name, and shall be known as THE LELAND STANFORD JUNIOR UNIVERSITY.
Stran 48 - It is recommended that the candidate acquire the ability to follow a recitation conducted in German and to answer in that language questions asked by the instructor.
Stran 41 - ... (e) Historical maps or charts, made from printed data and comparison of existing maps, and showing movements of exploration, migration, or conquest, territorial changes, or social phenomena.
Stran 27 - Since the idea of establishing an institution of this kind for the benefit of mankind came directly and largely from our son and only child Leland, and in the belief that had he been spared to advise as to the disposition of our estate, he would have desired the devotion of a large portion thereof to this purpose, we will that for all time to come the institution hereby founded shall bear his name, and shall be known as "The Leland Stanford Junior University.
Stran 32 - Students are expected to show both within and without the University such respect for order, morality, personal honor, and the rights of others as is demanded of good citizens. Failure to do this will be sufficient cause for removal from the University.
Stran 32 - GOVERNMENT OF THE STUDENTS In the government of the University the largest liberty consistent with good work, good order, and good character is given the students. Their habits of life are expected to be such as to promote daily cultivation of high moral character. They are expected in all their relations to each other and to the University to observe the usages of good society without requiring special regulations...
Stran 65 - The University curriculum is adapted to those who have control of their entire time for study. The student who must earn his living, therefore, should expect to take less than the usual amount of University work.
Stran 38 - ... not prepared to offer the subject for entrance credit. The elementary physiology and hygiene of the grammar grades in this regard, are in the same category as are the other subjects studied in the grammar grades, such as arithmetic and geography, which are assumed as preliminary to the subjects offered for entrance.