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Volume 8, Number 7 May 18th, 1934
 

ISSUE CONTENT SUMMMARY




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  • Page 1

    Trustees Approve Bard College Program
    • Individual Responsibility Is Basis of Revised Curriculum
      • Student Will Plan Own Program In 'Task of Self Education'
        • Personalized Teaching and Learning To Be Featured
    New Constitution Adopted By Student Convocation
    • Representative Council Provided; Fraternity Politics Abolished
    • To Choose Governing Body From Three Classes
    Senior Ball Friday To Be Final Event of Social Season
    • Many Guests Expected To Be Present To Honor Class of '34
    Nine and Tennis Team Open Season
    • Both Aggregations Yet To Secure Wins
    Alumni Day Draws Many Graduates Back to Campus
    • Association Holds Its Annual Meeting; Re-elects Gardner President
    Dr. Abbot Smith To Write Life of James Madison
    Bard College Adopted In Honor of Founder
    St. Stephen's Tie With Columbia U. To Be Cooperative
    • Dr. Butler Hopes To See Colleges Establish Closer Contact
    College Retains Religious Practices
    • Revised Charter Preserves Church Influence
  • Page 2

    Closing Shop
    The New College Program
    Adoption of the New Constitution
    College To Re-organize Extra-Curricular Activity
    Poetry Column
    • Jaunty Red Apple
        -John Schroeder, Jr.
    Poetry Column
    • Thunder Storm
    Liar Tree
    Fitch Returns From South Pole
    • Calls Examinations "Foolish"
    Fitch Wins Tug o'War
      -Ferdinand Fitch
  • Page 3

    College Program Aims To Build On Student Abilities
    • Program of Studies To Be Worked Out With Each Individual
    K. G. X. and S. A. E. Initiate
    Italian Journal Praises Dr. Harry's New York
    College To Provide Variety of Sports
    • Work On New Athletic Field To Be Completed
    Revised Calendar To Provide Period For Field Work
    • Vacation Time Extended After Oxford Pattern
  • Page 4

    Study of the Arts Included In Course
    • Significant Departure In College Education
    Seen In Other Journals
    Talent In One Field Will Be Required Of New Students
    • To Stress More Selective Entrance Standards
    Trustees Adopt Revised Fees
    • Schedule To Be Inclusive; 'Extras' Abolished
    Dr. Frank P. Graves Phi Beta Speaker
    Music
    Sophomores Win Annual Tug o'War
    • Defeat Experienced Last Year Aids Sophs To Win
  • Page 5

    Poetry and Such
    • Open Wide, O Ye Gates
        -Geo.
  • Page 6

    Review Of The Year 1933-1934

 

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