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give students adequate breadth and depth of understanding of
and act i
civilization and culture, to aid them in their adjustment
to life and society, to enrich their personalities,
to enable them to think
ntelligently, and to aid them in choosing and preparing
for their life's work.
Students come with different hopes, dreams, and
aspirations. Each person has his own ideas and ideals, and
each has a goal. For some this goal will one day become
a reality while for others it is one never to be
realized. College causes most peopleis world to change in
its scope. Things become more real, education more
meaningful, friendships more genuine. While in college
a personis life is transformed for it is here
that he passes from adolescence to adulthood. No one can say
when this metamorphosis takes place
and few can say why, but even fewer can deny it.
It seems like such a short time ago when, fresh out of high
school, we entered college. Maybe we were "green", but we
didnit think so at the time. But since then, a lot
has happened. We have grown up.