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Bloomington Indiana Student (Newspaper) - January 1, 1889, Bloomington, Indiana
L i imjiyijip"75-17s 15 Vot. Xiv. Bloomington ind., january 1889. No. 4. Indiana publi8rkd most bit itt Deni. During the College year editors and business Manao Krs. F. B. De slab 8�o. W. Robertson 8 associate editors j. B. Bail ii w. T. M. Hon an a. Regina Bitner Quot of. W b jbneun8, 91 w. A. Milli8. Be. . Mas but 89. Ogoki a Bye w. W. S. 8habp, s8. To bums f 1.00 per annul in and sauce �1.25 if not paid within three months. Sin8r>e coi web 15 cents. Subscribers and local advertisers Wilt be considered permanent until notice to discontinue is Given and All arrears Are paid. Cortri Bunonis should be in the hands of the bettors before the first of the month. Alumni news and local items Are especially solicited. Entered at the Bloomi Nixion Post Offlee a a Leon Dclay a matter. In this Issue we publish an original Story by Kate Pearson class 85,-who is now taking a Post graduate course in English in i. Our Ideal Campus is framed and Hung in the Library. We should like to have the picture of an Ideal legislature to hang along Side of it. In this number we publish the prize oration of f. S. Monical in Competition for the Quot Wicks it is a logical and carefully prepared production and merits a thoughtful perusal. The lecture of or. E. C. Fitch on sunday evening dec. 16, was an excellent Effort and elicited Many complimentary remarks. His subject was George Elliot s Quot a Sophy of i. By cents and alumni could be found in great numbers at Indianapolis during holidays in attendance on the various educational associations. They Are always abreast with the spirit of the times. We congratulate oui sub staff and Are willing to give them the Praise which they Merit. In no instance has one of them refused to do his duty and negligence on their part is an unknown Quantity. All we ask is that you do As much for us in the future As you have in the past. There is a growing tendency both among the professors and students to shorten the term s work by coming in late and departing too Early. This is palpably wrong and ought discontinued. Primarily we Are not Here for the purpose of getting term credits but for the mental growth which comes Only through continuous mental exercise. The Best advertising scheme any educational institution can have is a goodly number of Earnest energetic students. No faculty or Board of trustees can fully estimate the effect even of the solicitation of students during vacations. If any faculty will Ive their students what they want and what they need in a careful faithful Way they need have no fears about advertising. Coli a e discipline is almost a thing of the past at i. U., and it should be. Very Seldom is there need of suspension or expulsion. The time for Rouege Rowdy ism has past and it seems that every. Year students come Here
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