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About Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885 | View Entire Issue (March 1, 1877)
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Editoimn-chikk, E. P Iioi.mks.
Associatk Enmm, J. 0. Stukdkvant.
L0CAIi EmTOU AND BUSINKSS MANAOKll, - AlIIKKT JOYOK.
TEUMS KOK SUHSOUII'TION.
1 copy )or college year - - 1.00.
1 " six months .... 0.50.
Single copy 0.10.
HAT EH OK ADVERTISING.
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All articles for publication nhould bo addro'iiu'd Editor Hknvkwan Student, Stnto Unlvcrulty,
Lincoln, Nolirnnku. All subscriptions, and buMnenw coinntunlcullonH, with thu address, should
bo dent to Aijikut.Joyok. Subscriptions collected Invariably In ndvunco. Advertisements collected
A PRINTING PRESS.
Ofttiines have the various editors ot the
Studknt, knowing nnd appreciating tho
value o!' the paper, and realizing the
irksome and dillluuit task of publishing
it, depending on down town oillces for
publication, advocated tiie purchase of a
press. Rut their words fell heedlessly
upon the ears of those in authority, fail
ing to receive the attention which they
so much deserved. IIoucu after six years
of vexatious loll, during which lime the
Studknt litis been nursed from it rude,
artless sheet into a magazine, which among
the journals of the college world holds
an honorable position and possesses it rep
utation to he envied by journals hailing
from long established colleges in the re
mote East. The students, in order that
they may promote the work, which lias
been so admirably commenced, which
has proven worthy of success, which is
deserving of much encouragement, come
before tlte Rogonts, and request the
purchase of a printing press. Laboring
under the various disadvantages, which
the Student has done, attaining the flut
tering position which it now holds, prov
ing to the people Hint it is built upon en
orgy and determiuulion, we deem the re-
quest it rational one, worthy of apprecia
The Studknt, since its establishment,
lias been conducted wholly by students,
giving employment to many, serving as a
means of livelihood to those who have
performed the mechanical labor, giving
experience and discipline to all connect,
cd, which will prove valuable assistance
in tho experiences of life. But its valua
ble and advantageous work in training and
disciplining thu student's mind in that di
rection which is so desirable and neces
sary is manifest. "We need not longer
tell of the advantages derived, they
are apparent to all. Within the last year
Hie Studknt has paid for publication a
sullleient amount to have purchased it
press, and this procured by its own exer
tion and from " hearty support given
by the people of tho state, and aside from
an appropriation by tho Regents for the
purchase of type, tho Studknt has paid
its own way, stood on Us bottom. With
it press, the Studknt will immediately be
come independent, will be able to pur
chase its own type, of which it now
stands , in need, will give employment
to more students, placing the college pa
per, which is now, far from being it burd
en, upon 'ts own foundation, which will
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