Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1878)
I.OOAIj Editok, -
- 0. E. Sthatton fc F. 0. Morton.
Miss. Emma Pakks.
TKKMS OK SUIISCKITTION.
1 copy por college vear - $1.00.
1 " six months '. . . . 0.50.
Single copy O.lo.
KATKS OK ADVERTISING.
1 column oiio insertion . .
2 squares " "
I it ii it
All Article for publication should be addreseod-Kdltor llEMrnniAN Studknt, State University.
Lincoln. Nebraska. All subscriptions, and buslnesi. coiiuuunicationi, with the address, should
lio sent to Khank 1'auks. Subscription), collected invariably in advance. Advertisements col
The Sttdknt Association lias just
held its annual election, ami has seun tit
to continue us in oi r present position.
A valedictory, therefore, is not now in
place, though we shall pcak of some of
he matters that are considered as coming
within its province.
Just before our incumbency began, it
was provided by the Association that
there should afterward bo two cditors-in
chief, instead of one as had previously
been the case. After experiencing for
ourselves the nature of the editorial work,
we are not enthusiastic advocates for a re.
peal of the aforesaid amendment. The
editor of a college paper can hardly ex
pect to have less elnss work to do than
bis fellow student, nnd he cannot, there
fore, allord to spend a very largo share of
his leisure time in editorial work.
Seldom, we think, will a student be
found who can alone do the ontire edito.
rial work of our paper, without detriment
to his other duties
To us, the work has been congenial and
profitable. As to the success of the same,
wo will leave our readers to judge for
themselves. Some may have been ofl'emt.
ed, but as what suits one doos notsuit all,
and as an editor, like any ether mortal,
Is liable to err, we hope our readers will
overlook any transgressions that we have
been guilty of, and continue to give the
Studknt their full and free support.
Had not the Association seen lit to ie-
elect us, we would, in view ol the attach
ment that has sprung up between us.
though our joint labors and their weighty
responsibilities, have suggested to that
body, as a matter worthy of its most pro.
found and thoughtful consideration, that
one of the incoming editors be a lady;
feeling sure that the partnership of such
an editorial stall' would give place to a
union that is far more enduring, inde
structible and indissoluble.
INCKNTIVKS TO OULTUKK.
With every department of professional
life crowded to its utmost capacity, the
student of Germany is taught to prepare
himself for a higher plane of action.
And when he unserves that everv avenue
to usefulness and influence in the lower
rounds of life, is closed against him.
then broad philosophical study becomes a
pleasant rather than irksome duty. Step
by step he approaches that distant goal,
knowing well that witn the completion of
his undertaking, his services will be
eagerly demanded by society. But spread
out before the American there lies a dif
ferent field for action. A rapidly (level-
aHe B BWfftefiiiS5irS
Powered by Open ONI