Legion. An amalgamated journal.


The love of pleasure is commonly in young persons, too strong to be controlled by the love of knowledge, or by the remote prospect of professional success. Nay, even the principle of duty too frequently requires to be strengthened by the hope of present advantage; and hence the kind and the degree of stimulants, entering into a College course, deserves a portion of our attention.

-Francis Wayland
Thoughts on the Present Collegiate System in the United States. 1842.

Darius Weil

February 10th, 2009 at 4:04 pm

But perhaps you disagree

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The room is, as yet, filled with smoke and apprehension.