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III. Reasons for Student Sel government. Student Self-government at my College. College Life as a Training for the Responsibilities of Citizenship.

COMMUNITY LIFE OF THE COLLEGE

1. Should all Students be Required to Live in the College Dormitories? Dormitory Life and College Spirit. The Choice of Friends in College. Social Life at my College compared with that at Other Colleges. The Furnishing of a Student's Room.

II. College Spirit, -an Attempt at a Definition. Proper and Improper Displays of College Spirit at my College. Class Organizations at my College. The Class Rush. College Politics at my College. College Spirit and Courtesy in Athletics. Hazing or Helpfulness as a Display of College Spirit. Class Animosity in College.

III. The Honor System Explained. The Honor System as it is at my College. Advantages (or disadvantages) of the Honor System. The Honor System and Business or Professional Life. How Far is a Student Responsible for the Conduct of Other Students? Inconsistencies of Student Character.

IV. The Distinction between Truth and Lying. The Complex Meaning of Truthfulness in Modern Life.

V. A Freshman's Responsibilities. Conscience in Student Life. College Freedom and Responsibility. The Value of Taking Things Seriously.

VI. Is the Spirit of Democracy Disappearing from my College? How to Make Friends at College. Notable College Friendships. Some Characteristics of my College Class. The Cost of Living at my College. Some Features of Social Life at my College. Good Breeding in the Class-room. Social Prejudice at my College. The Meaning of College Democracy. The Rights of the Individual Student. What Class Loyalty Means. The Difficulties of Settling Down at College.

THE COLLEGE MAN IN THE WORLD'S WORK

I. The Choice of a Vocation. Preparation for One's Life Work. Vocational Guidance in our Schools. Disillusionment,-is it an Evil? Is Service a Privilege, a Burden, or an Obligation? Subtle Forms of Selfishness in Student Life.

II. The College Student's Job. True Standards of Success in Life. True Standards of Success in College.

III. The Morals of Trade in the Twentieth Century. How Rich Ought a Man to be?

IV. The New Social Spirit. The Complaint of the Workingman.

Labor and Capital. The Social Discontent of the Times. Socialism, its Aims. American Sages. The Eight-hour Day. Needed Reforms in Industrial Methods. The Housing of the Poor. A Minimum Wage for Women Workers.

V. What my Country does for Me. What my Country has a Right to Expect of Me. Requisites of Good Citizenship. The Ballot and Duties of Citizenship. Dangers to our Free Institutions. Restrictive Qualifications for Suffrage. Educated Men and Politics. The Church and Politics. Has a Minister a Right to Seek Political Office? My College's Contribution to Politics (or the Church, Education, Medicine, etc.).

REFERENCE BOOKS

The list of reference books given below makes no pretension to being a complete bibliography to the problems of college life, but is simply a list of books, useful as aids in various ways in a course in this field, which the average college library will have, or can easily obtain. No account has been taken of the many important articles in this field which are to be found in the magazines, as these can easily be found through The Reader's Guide to Periodical Literature and Poole's Index to Periodical Literature. Much valuable material is also to be had from histories and books descriptive of individual colleges, from annual reports of college presidents and deans, and from published proceedings of educational associations. ADAMS. The Health Master BAIRD, W. R. American College Fraternities BENNETT, A. How to Live on Twenty-four Hours a Day BIRDSEYE, C. F. Individual Training in Our Colleges BIRDSEYE, C. F. The Reorganization of Our Colleges BOONE, R. G. Education in the United States BRIGGS, L. B. R. Girls and Education BRIGGS, L. B. R. Routine and Ideals BRIGGS, L. B. R. School, College and Character BROWN, H. D. Talks to Freshman Girls BUTLER, N. M. The Meaning of Education CABOT, R. C. What Men Live by CANFIELD, J. H. The College Student and His Problems COOPER, C. S. Why Go to College? CORBIN, J. An American at Oxford CORBIN, J. Which College for the Boy? CRAWFORD. College Women of America DAVENPORT, E. Education for Efficiency DEXTER. History of Education in the United States Eliot, C. W. Educational Reforms Eliot, C. W. Education for Efficiency FITCH, A. P. The College Course and Preparation for Life FLEXNER, A. The American College FOSTER, W.T. Administration of the College Curriculum GAYLEY, C. M. Idols of Education GULICK, L. H. Mind and Work

GULICK, L. H. The Efficient Life
HAMERTON, P. G. _The Intellectual Life
HARPER, W. R. Trend in Higher Education
HARRISON, F. The Choice of Books
HERSEY, H. G. To Girls
HUXLEY, T. H. Science and Education
HYDE, W. D. The College Man and the College Woman
JAMES, WM. Habit
JAMES, WM. Talks to Teachers
JENKS, J. W. Education for Citizenship
JORDAN, D. S. The Care and Culture of Men
JORDAN, D. S. The Voice of the Scholar
KOOPMAN, H. L. The Mastery of Books
McMURRY, F. M. How to Study
MONROE, P. (editor). Cyclopedia of Education
NEWMAN, J. H. Idea of a University
OSBORN, H. F. Huxley and Education
PALMER, G. H. The Teacher
PAULSEN, F. German Universities
RICHARDSON, C. F. The Choice of Books
SARGENT, D. A. Physical Education,
SHELDON, H. D. Student Life and Customs
SLOSSON. Great American Universities
SMITH, C. A. What Can Literature Do for Me?
SPENCER, H. Education
THWING, C. F. Education in the United States since the Civil War
THWING, C. F. History of Higher Education in America
THWING, C. F. The American College
THWING, C. F. The College Woman
THWING, C. F. Universities of the World
WEST, A. F. American Liberal Education
WRIGHT, H. P. From School to College

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INDEX TO AUTHORS AND TITLES

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138

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Aims of the Liberal College, The. Meiklejohn....

32
ARNOLD, MATTHEW..

95
Art, The Function of. Caird..

116
Athletics and the College. Stewart.

278
Athletics, Intercollegiate. Hollis.

245
BAKER, GEORGE PIERCE...

174
BATES, ARLO..

264
Books, The Choice of. Harrison.

304
BRYCE, JAMES..

210, 230, 322
CABOT, RICHARD CLARKE.

452
CAIRD, JOHN.
Call of the Job, The. Cabot.

452
CANFIELD, JAMES HULME.
Choice of Books, The. Harrison.

304
CLARK, THOMAS ARKLE...

374
COLBY, ELBRIDGE...

341
College Discipline. Clark.

374
College Fraternity, Value of. Colby.

341
College Literary Society. Snyder....

352
College of Discipline and the College of Freedom, The. Pritchett.. 128
College Officer and the College Student, The. Harper.

366
College Spirit. Jordan....

400
Competition in College. Lowell.

186
Creative Intellectual Power. Bryce..

230
Cultural Value of Natural Knowledge, The. Huxley.

86
Dormitory Life for College Men. Thwing.

392
Electives. Canfield....

138
Eliot, CHARLES WILLIAM.

53
EMERSON, RALPH WALDO..

158
Function of Art, The. Caird.

116
HADLEY, ARTHUR TWINING.

500
HARPER, WILLIAM RAINEY.

366
HARRISON, FREDERIC.

304
HIBBEN, JOHN GRIER.

431
Hints on Reading, Some. Bryce..

322
HOLLIS, IRA NELSON..

245
Honor in Student Life in Colleges and Universities. Smith.

410
HUXLEY, THOMAS HENRY.

..66, 76, 86
Influence of Democracy on Thought, The. Bryce..
Intercollegiate Athletics. Hollis...

245

210

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