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About Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885 | View Entire Issue (May 1, 1878)
NEBRASKA STATE UNIVERSITY.
E. B. FAIHFIELD, S. T. D. I.L. D . Chancellor.
II. E. HITCHCOCK, A. M.,
Prof, of Mathematics
Dean of College of Literature and Scloucc.
S. AUGHEY, A. M. Pu. D.,
Prof, of Natural Sciences.
geo.mcmillan, a. m..
Prof, of Greek Language and Literature.
G. E CHURCH, A. M.,
Prof, of Latin language and Literature. -
UIRAM COLLIER A. M. L. L. D. ,
Professor of Chcmibtry aud Physics.
EDGAR S. DUDLEY.
Professorof Military Sciencennd Tactics.
HARRINGTON EMERSON, A. M.
Prof, of Modern Languages.
G. E. WOODBEHRY, A. B.,
Prof, of Rhetoric, English Literature, and History
G.E.BAILEY, A. B.,
Assistant Profeesor In Chemistry
HARVEY CULBERTSON, B. A. ,
Teacher of Agriculture.
ELLEN SMITH, A. M.,
Instructor In Latin and Greek.
0. B. PALMER, A. M.,
Principal of the Latin School Department.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA
Students of both sexes aro admitted to the Unl
vcreity on passing the requisite examinations.
A fee of $5 Is paid as a matriculation feo. also
52 to moot incldontal oxyensos. Books at cost.
APPARATUS AND LIBRARY.
The University is abundantly supplied with
new and aluable Apparatus, In both the Chemi
cal and Philosophical departments. The Library,
already large. Is Increasing annually, by the aduN
tlon of valuable books.
Hits College now offers special attractions, by
its course of instruction and compensated labor
on the (arm, whereby student expenses may bo
Boarding can be had from $3 to $i per. week.
The Winter Term commences Jan. 2, 18T8.
The Spring " " " March 27, 1878.
For circulars and other Information In respect
to University, address.
E. B. FAIRFIELD, Chancellor.
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