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Studying

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Title Date Summary
401 Why do we do it?
College Eye 18:53, p.4
8/10/1927 Editorial asks why most students procrastinate with their schoolwork towards the end of the term.
402 A study?
College Eye 18:16, p.4
10/27/1926 Gives encouragement to the students to do well in the second half of the term.
403 Student opinion
College Eye 17:10, p.1
8/5/1925 Complains about the number of flies in the library.
404 Library notice
College Eye 17:9, p.2
7/29/1925 Urges students not to reserve seats in the library.
405 One half credit
College Eye 16:29, p.4
4/8/1925 Students admonished for not using the library to do supplementary readings for classes.
406 The Inquiring Reporter
College Eye 16:11, p.3
11/11/1924 Students and faculty asked if using the library for letter-writing purposes outweighs the needs of those trying to study.
407 Jeremiah to his parents
Plowman--Jermiah Ezikial
College Eye 16:9, p.7
10/29/1924 Jeremiah describes upcoming activities.
408 Editorially speaking; the library
College Eye 15:31, p.4
4/16/1924 Encourages students not to disrupt those studying in the library.
409 Classes
Busby--Harrison Walker (Class of 1923)
Old Gold 0:0, p.Following page 50
6/1/1923 Drawing of a man reading
410 Conceptions
College Eye 14:36, p.6
3/14/1923 Comments on the most important part of education.
411 Somebody has suggested
Fagan--William Brock (English Faculty)
College Eye 14:35, p.4
3/7/1923 Disagrees with proposal to set a spring semester study period from 6:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
412 That the library may be a place
College Eye 14:21, p.4
11/8/1922 Claims that the silence rule in the reading room is legitimate.
413 To the tune of "Hiawatha"
College Eye 14:19, p.3
10/25/1922 Poem tells the story of a girl who neglected her studies.
414 Pessimistic?
Pesch--Herbert L. (Student--1922)
College Eye 14:16, p.5
10/4/1922 Claims that only determination can get one through a difficult class.
415 The "out-door sport"
College Eye 14:16, p.8
10/4/1922 Students are sitting around campus and studying outside.
416 Untitled
College Eye 12:24, p.4
3/2/1921 Encourages students who have bad grades to quit school and pursue other vocations.
417 The spring fever
College Eye 10:25, p.2
4/30/1919 Don't let spring take you away from your studies.
418 Fussing laboratory
College Eye 10:21, p.2
4/2/1919 Spring is almost here and students are getting restless and tired of studying.
419 Books
College Eye 10:4, p.2
11/6/1918 Editorial suggests that students should not put aside textbooks to read magazines and fiction.
420 Sabbath studying
College Eye 9:7, p.5
10/31/1917 Believes that students should use Sundays as a day of rest.
421 Advice by a senior who studies to a senior who has steadies
College Eye 8:25, p.7
4/18/1917 Suggests students keep academic and personal lives separate and not let them interfere with each other.
422 Spongers
College Eye 8:21, p.4
3/7/1917 Speaks out against those who do not do their share of the work in student organizations.
423 College days
Lugo--Marco A. (Student--1916)
College Eye 8:19, p.4
2/21/1917 Reflection on time spent in college and what it stands for.
424 Family history
College Eye 8:19, p.4
2/21/1917 Speaks out against those who talk about the great families they come from yet do nothing to show their own worth to the college.
425 Our examination system
College Eye 8:18, p.4
2/14/1917 Believes final examination schedules that force students to take multiple exams on the same day to be unfair.
426 The put-it-offs
College Eye 8:16, p.7
1/31/1917 Limerick about procrastination.
427 Step lively!
College Eye 8:14, p.5
1/17/1917 Urges students to slow down and take stock of things as opposed to dashing around in an attempt to be great at everything.
428 Course of study by Training School faculty
College Eye 8:13, p.7
1/10/1917 Training School faculty issues statement on relationship between study and social needs.
429 How to bluff the teacher
Mulhern--Edna (Class of 1918)
College Eye 8:10, p.4
11/22/1916 Suggestions on how to feign interest in classes.
430 The students and the Library
College Eye 8:10, p.4
11/22/1916 Expresses concern with the haphazard reading habits of students at the Library; suggests faculty place lists of suggested reading so that students may focus their efforts.
431 Fair play
College Eye 8:9, p.4
11/15/1916 Expressed displeasure at allegations of Buena Vista College recruiting ineligible men to play on their football team; other thoughts and comments on campus happenings.
432 Dabbling
College Eye 7:18, p.4
2/16/1916 Wants men to develop character and ability without neglecting their studies.
433 On being a grind
College Eye 7:15, p.4
1/26/1916 Encourages students to study.
434 Last Thursday evening
College Eye 7:7, p.5
11/3/1915 Some women pretended to be ghosts and disturbed those who were studying in McCaffery Hall.
435 Odds of observations
Old Gold 0:0, p.302
6/1/1915 A look at the various ways that students go through college.
436 Our library
Lichty--George Parker (Student--1922)
College Eye 4:17, p.5
1/28/1915 Says that students should look back proudly on their many hours of study in the library.
437 Occasionally our attention is called
College Eye 3:8, p.135
10/23/1913 Attributes success to faith in God.
438 Photos
Old Gold 0:0, p.314
6/1/1913 Miscellaneous pictures; photo.
439 Oh, I'm so busy
College Eye 2:16, p.4
1/23/1913 Believes that a half hour of studying is more valuable than five hour of mindless reading.
440 Editorial
Normal Eyte 21:7, p.107
10/19/1910 Editorial suggests ways in which students can improve their study habits.
441 The study hour
Normal Eyte 20:12, p.199
12/4/1909 The manner of studying rather than the time spent determines the value of the study hour.
442 Official
Normal Eyte 19:2, p.18
9/16/1908 Washington State recognized ISNS credentials; additional June 1908 graduates; four football games authorized provided funds can be raised; new study room for history and political science.
443 Grinds
Denny--Milo Bennett (Student--1907)
Old Gold 0:0, p.327
6/1/1908 Drawing of man with his nose to the grindstone.
444 New students
Normal Eyte 17:1, p.1
9/12/1906 Offers commandments and advice for students.
445 A letter to dad
Normal Eyte 16:6, p.81
10/18/1905 Fictional letter home by a new student.
446 If you know of any student being asked to quit athletics
Normal Eyte 14:30, p.467
4/23/1904 Some of those men may not be using their potential study time effectively.
447 Watch your time; Have you made the proper division of it?
Normal Eyte 14:17, p.257
1/16/1904 President Eliot of Harvard recommends eleven hours of studying each day for the college student.
448 Which student derives the most benefit
Normal Eyte 13:15, p.238
1/10/1903 What is valuable in college?
449 The death of two young ladies
Normal Eyte 13:14, p.210
12/18/1902 Students should work to preserve their own health.
450 Concentration is the thing that should bring students to the foremost ranks of scholarship
Normal Eyte 13:13, p.194
12/6/1902

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