Graduating Theses 1893-1927

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Graduating Theses 1893-1927

 

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  • Correll, Maggie
    Introduction: In order to think of anyone of the factors of an education, as related to all others, we must have for a foundation a definite understanding of the end to be sought, and the benefit to be derived therefore. ...
  • Crump, Mabel
    Introduction: The desire to give expression to feelings and conceptions is inseperable from human nature. Man expresses his thoughts and emotions by gesture and speech and these expressions he soon learns to vary into song ...
  • Dial, F. V.
    Introduction: It is easy to understand the enthusiasm of ornithologists. The subjects of their study are found among the grandest and most beautiful scenes of nature. They pursue their investigations, not bending over the ...
  • Voiles, Olive J.
    Introduction: “Hail, thou that art highly favored, the Lord is with thee: blessed art though of woman.”—Luke 1:28. If we were to travel this wide world over, we would find women in the very lowest degree of intelligence, ...
  • Wilson, Clare A.
    Introduction: Since wheat so nearly meets the requirements for a perfect food, it will doubtless hold its place for ages to come as in ages past, as the staple element of man’s diet. No other grain contains the elements ...

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