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All article for publication xlioultl In- uililiOfwd Htlitor IIkm'Khian Stuhknt, State lTnierit
Lincoln, Ncbrimkii. All nliuriit!oii8, timl bu-iniM-s coinniuiilcntliuis with tliu mlilrusM, Mioulii
bi Hunt to .1. V. V. McKkxmin. SulicrIiitlons collected invtirlnbly !;i ndwmcti. Advertisements col
, of the Association. About nine montlis
it?, Ihis ruli- wns somewhat modified, so
This issue (No. 10, Vol. vi) closes the Hint '"v only ml logo students, ngricultu
sixth year of our paper's existence, j il students who mo in Ihe third year ot
The only resemblance between its appear- , their comse, and I'niwrsity students or
ance now and that which it horc when'"',)s' who are taking select studies from
first published may be found in the name 'he college department but who are able
HKSl'KKlAN Sti'DKNT, and the motto "(Jut to piws examination for tin Freshman class
uonproficit, deficit." The first fonn of the 'arc members of the association. The board
paper was that of a four page sheet ; soon, consists of the President, vice president
however, it was increased in size eight "nil Secretary of the association, who are
pages. It continued to be publshed in ulso elected annually.andthe editorial stall',
this form for about four years when oov- ,Tho Iiusincs manager is nppointed by
ers were added, but other than this no the board. The responsibility of jml.
change were made until Oct. ot last year . lishingtho paper devolves upon the board.
rrlicn the form was changed to that of a
magazine of about thirty pages. The eil
ilorial corps has been the same from the
first, and comprises an editor-in-chief, as
sociate and local editors. Those arc elect
ed annually by the " IIksi'KIUAN Studknt
association" by whom the Studknt is
published. Until two years ago this asso
ciation was composed of all the subscrib
ers to the Studknt. At the time referred
to, it was decided by the Regents of the
University that only students of the regu
lar college classes, University students, or
those who hail two or more studies in the
college department, and students of the
Agricultural college, should be members1
hoy aie to publish a paper of some kind,
but what the form and general character
of it shall be are questions which must be
met by them. At present the editors of
the Studknt receive no pay for their ser
vices. The Business manager receives ten
per cent of the receipts for adertis
incuts and twenty per cent on all &ub
scriitions. The question has been raised
bufoieasto whether or not the editor-in-chief
should receive auj remuneration for
his work. Uy some it has been thought
that the honor or the position , ample
compensation for all his labors. "Any
number of puraons" it has been said, "can
bo induced to do the work without any
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