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Academy admitted adopted Albany ALBERT Amherst appointed Association Author badge Baptist Boston Brown Chapter CHARLES Chicago Church City CLARK Cleveland Colby Coll College Committee Confederation Conn Constitution convention Cornell delegates Delta Upsilon Died East Editor EDWARD elected Falls Farmer FRANK Fraternity GEORGE Graduated hall Hamilton held HENRY High School History honor Institute JAMES Jefferson John July June Lawyer literary Madison Marietta Mass meetings Michigan Middlebury Minister Minn Missionary Newton North officers Ohio Oration Ordained organization Pastor Physician practised preached Pres present President Principal Prize Prof Providence Public published Records ROBERT Rochester Rutgers SAMUEL School secret societies Secretary Senior Smith societies South Student Studied Supt Syracuse Taught Teacher Theo THOMAS Union Univ University Vols Washington West Western Reserve WILLIAM York
Stran 424 - She was a form of life and light, That, seen, became a part of sight...
Stran 134 - College, believing tlint voluntary associations, if properly conducted, exert a mighty influence in the correction of evil, do agree to form ourselves into a society for the purpose of counteracting the evil tendency of secret associations ; for maintaining and diffusing liberal principles ; and for promoting the great objects of social and literary improvement.
Stran 17 - Believing that Secret Societies are calculated to destroy the harmony of College, to create distinctions not founded on merit, to produce strife and animosity, we feel called upon to exert ourselves to counteract the evil tendency of such associations.
Stran 134 - We would have no class of our fellow students invested with factitious advantages, but would place all upon an equal footing in running the race of honorable distinction.
Stran 553 - ... accomplish this great purpose of its organization. From time to time, as practical experience suggested amendments, the course was modified and enlarged, until it attained such breadth and symmetry that the Legislature, in the year 1854, passed a law endowing the institution with full power to confer upon its graduates the usual collegiate degrees and diplomas in the arts and sciences. As one class after another graduated and left the city to reside in other parts of the country, where their...
Stran 24 - Connecticut, offered a resolution that a committee of five be appointed by the chair to hear suggestions and prepare business to present to the convention.
Stran 17 - In doing this we are confident that we have at heart the best interests of the institutions to which we belong, and that we are directed by the light of experience, the suggestion of reason and the dictates of conscience.
Stran 37 - The First Vice President shall perform the duties of the President in case of the absence of the President or the inability of the President to act.
Stran 31 - You affirm upon your honor that the principles of this society, as expressed in its Preamble and Constitution accord entirely with your views; and you pledge yourself faithfully to adhere to them." It is to be noted that these Articles in no way provided for more than a mere Confederation. No general governing body or officers were created to direct the life of the association. Local college groups, having denounced secrecy, retained complete...