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SAMUEL FREDERICK IIARMS, A.M.:
the ideal of the Liberal Arts Vollege is the dream for ideal
men and women.
EDWIN MINER WRIGIIT, Ph.Il.:
the aim of the Liberal Arts College: to help the student
adapt himself to the written and unwritten laws by which
man and nature control his world: to foster an intellectual
curiosity and a spiritual idealism that shall make him a
vital force in his community: to stimulate in him the mani-
fold cultural interests that will enrich his private life.
BLANCIIE TIIWNSEND GILBERT, A.M.:
during the last decade wrecking-crews have worked efiec-
tively destroying structures that had long served society.
the world now looks for the rise of a new generation of
constructive genius, intelligent and responsible.
is it not the function of the Liberal Arts College to train
WILLIAM HAYES SAWYER. Jr., Ph.D.:
the Liberal Arts College should help the individual to
discover and develop latent abilities by which he may
become a useful and independent member of societyg
and should provide acquaintance with the broad back-
ground of culture that may enable him to live in tolerant
and sympathetic understanding with his fellowman.”