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About Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885 | View Entire Issue (June 1, 1878)
NEBRASKA STATE UNIVERSITY.
E. B. FAIRFIELD. S. T. 1). LL. I) , Chancellor.
II. E. HITCHCOCK, A. M.,
Prof, of Mathematics
Dean of Collogo of Literature and Science.
S.AUGIIEV, A.M. Ph.D.,
Prof, of Natural Sciences.
geo. McMillan, a. m.,
Prof, of Grcok Language and Literature.
G. E OHUHCH, A. M.,
Prof, or Latin Language and Literature.
HIRAM COLLIER A M. L. L. D.,
Professor of Cliemlttry anil Physics.
EDGAR S. DUDLEY.
Professorof Military Sciencennd Tactics.
HARRINGTON EMERSON. A. M.,
Prof, of Modern Languages.
G. E. WOODDERRY, A. 11.,
Prof, of Rhetoric, English Literature, and History
G.E.DAILEY, A. 11.,
Assistant Professor in Chemtstry.
HARVEY CULBERTSON, B. A. ,
Teacher of Agriculture.
ELLEN SMITH, A. M.,
Instructor in Latin and Greek.
C B, PALMER, A. M
Principal of the Latin School Department.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA
Students of both sexes aro admitted to the Unl'
vcrslty on passing; the requisite examination
A fee of $5 is paid as a matriculation fee alto
$3 to meet incidental expenses. Books at cost.
APPARATUS AND LIBRARY.
Tho University Is abundantly supplied with
new and valuable Apparatus, in oath the Chemi
cal and Philosophical departments. Tho Library
already large, la Increasing annually, by the addl-'
t lun of valuable books. ' -r
This College now offers special attractions, by'
its course oflnstructlou and compensated labor -
on the farm, whereby student expenses may bw
Boarding can be had from $3 to $4 per. week.
Tho Winter Term commences Jan. 2, 1878. a
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For circulars and other Information In respect
to University, address.
E. B. FAIRFIELD, Chancellor,
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