Elephind.com contains 26,460 items from Lincolnian
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
BOOK REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 13 December 1939
BOOK REVIEW New Books In Library By Abdu l Disu Black Folks : Then and Now ( By W . E . Bur ghardt Du Bois ) All students of Negro History will remember the name of this veteran writer who has written several volumes on the history and achievements of the ‘ black ‘ peoples of Negro America and Dark Africa . His latest book , which I will not surmise to be the last in view of his old age , makes interesting and instructive reading , At the beginning of his work , Dr . Du Bois apologizes for a compilation which he cannot characterize as one of exact scholarship , for , as he says , far too few studies in history and sociology are . He dwells exhaustively on the history of the Africans , tracing their relationships with the Ara’bs and the Egyptians , and revealing according to historical facts the various independent kingdoms that were set up in an area which has now ‘ become the Sahara Desert and a greater part of Sierra Leone , Gold Coast , and Nigeria . The self-determination of the...
Absence Question [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 13 December 1939
Absence Question As time retreats and the semester nears its end , students are asking each other about our new cutting system , No one seems to have the answer . For purposes of edifying the uninformed , and refreshing the memories of those who - ‘ have torgotten , we are supplyi ng , this much asked for information . Students are expected to attend every class exercise . To provide for absences due to temporary illness and extracurricular activities , students are allowed without question a number of absences each semester equal to the number of credit hours in the course , t’hat is , 2 absences in a 2 hour course , 3 in a three hour course , and 4 in a 4 hour course . If a student exceeds this allowance the instructor along with the Dean of Men will decide whether or not he shall be dropped from the course . The decision will -be based upon the total number of absences and the reason for them , as well as upon the academic standing of the studen t . Absences are counted from the ...
Student Council Holds Court [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 13 December 1939
Student Council Holds Court The members of the Student Council with the members of the Faculty Committee ‘ on Student Personnel sat as a disciplinary body on Wednesday , November 29 , in the Y . M . C . A . room . In close collaboration with the student activities of the institution , the Council exercises its power de j ure only when it is so -constituted . In the first session of the Student Court for this year , about ten freshmen students were found guilty of minor acts in violating freshman regulations and about an equal number were convicted for major violations . The punishment agreed upon by the court was a warning which in more serious offenses took the form of probation . For the next two or three weeks the general behavior of the chronic offender group will be strictly watched and if there is any change for the worse , suspension from the institution will be employed to curb the unacceptable behavior in each recalcitrant , At the close of the session , a member of the fac...
HONOR NOT PRIME ESSENTIAL [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 13 December 1939
HONOR NOT PRIME ESSENTIAL Middletown , Conn . _( _I . P . )— The value of the average man to the college and the state was stressed ‘ by President James L . McConaughy in his recent address at the matriculation exercises at Wesleyan university . in hi ’ s à ~ ddréss , ~ ’ President McConaughy declared that the background of every institution is the man , sometimes of average , even of mediocre ability , who does his work faithfully . In part , he said : This college is definitely interested in the everyday , average man , T _., bis would be a dull place if all of us were geniuses , if each of you won a Phi Beta Kappa key , or your ‘ W’ . A faculty made up entirely of super-teachers and scholars would probably pall and its morale disintegrate . Wesleyan is proud of her Honors College , but it would be a backward step , I think , if all of us qualified as honors students . He stated further : After all , mediocrity may not be a ‘ bad trait . We are so interested in success stories tha...
General Information About The Decennial Census [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 13 December 1939
General Information About The Decennial Census What is to be enumerated Approximately 132 , 000 , 000 peopie ( Population census ) . 33 , 000 , 000 dwelling units ( Housing Census ) . 3 , 000 , 000 ‘ b u s i n e s s concerns ( census of Business ) . 170 , 000 manufacturing establishments ( Census of Manufacturers ) . 7 , 000 , 000 farms ( Farm census ) . Approximately 12 , 000 m i n e s and quarries ( Mines and Quarries census ) . Census , of Business and Manufacturing and Mines and Quarries will start January 2 , 1940 , and will require about six months for taking , Census of Population , Agriculture and ‘ Housing will start April 1 , 1940 , and will ‘ be completed in approximately one month .
Student Instructors [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 13 December 1939
Student Instructors Instructors in Biology — 0 . W Hoeffler , F , L ,. _~~ itchins _, N . N J M . Murray . ~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~ _hdniis _( ry — V . V _Bron _~~ l F _~ , H . ~ ryant , 0 . L Daniels , J . E . Searles . _Assi ~ tant in Dramatics — L . G Pope ,. Instructors in English — J . K , Baker , H . H . Mitchell , J . W , Thomas . Instructor in French—I . N . Perry , Instructor in History — H . L . Gregory . Instructor in Mathematics—P . H . Jackson . Assistant in Music—J . N . Doggett . Instructor in Philosophy _— F . N . Nkrumah . Instructor in Political Sciences and Economics—J . C . Tracey . Instructor in Psychology — D . H . Webs ter .
Walter White , N . A . A . C . P . Secretary , To Be At Lincoln Jan . 21 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 16 January 1940
Walter White , N . A . A . C . P . Secretary , To Be At Lincoln Jan . 21 Brilliant Work Has Made Mr . White One Of Am Students Face World Crisis --- Theme Of N . S _. F . A . Conference Held In Minneapolis , Minn N . A . A . C . P . Secretary Senior Class Asks Students to Aid Yearbook _ML’WALTER WHITE Two hundred-odd students from colleges and universities throughout the nation began a 5-day Congress on December 27 at the University of Minnesota in which the future of youth in the complex domestic and international scene was discussed , The Congress was the fifteenth _~ f the National Student Federation of America , an organization ~ o promote stronger and more progressive forms of student government . Thesis of the Congress was _‘ ~ The Students Face a World Crisis . Principal problem faced by the delegates was the institut ~ on of a front against the forces combined to create the crisiswar abroad , racial , religious and political intolerances and domestic difficulties . Further d...
To Offer New Music Course Next Semester [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 16 January 1940
To Offer New Music Course Next Semester The acquisition of a radio-phon-ograph and ten complete symphonic record sets of works , both classical and modern ‘ by the masters , supplementing other recorded works on h-and , makes it possible for the music department to offer a new and significant service to the cultural development of the University life . This opportunity to increase mu sical int elligence is open to al l and will be available under the follo wing plan : On Tuesday and Thursday afternoon , at 4 : 00 to 5 : 30 , any person may come to the studio , and request the playing of any specific records from the catalogue . On Saturdays the broadcasts of both the afternoon operas and the evening symphonic concerts will be observed , Each performance will ‘ be preceded by a short lecture -and followed by a limited discussion of the work , Scores of some of the compositions recorded and to be broadcast are available . This service will begin with the opening of the second semester...
Lincoln Trounces Morgan _44-24 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 16 January 1940
Lincoln Trounces Morgan _44-24 With a surprising display of speed , deception , and sheer ability , a promising Lincoln quintet decidedly trounced Morgan State College ’ s fi v e , 44-24 , on the Olympia Court in Philadelphia last Friday night . From the first when Alton Wareham eased in a shot from under the ‘ basket early in the game , the supremacy of the Lion cagers was never in , doubt . A 18-11 halftime lead was increased to a 35-20 advantage midway in the last half . In the first half the Lion five displayed excellent team work and the steamroller was started of ~ w-hen Honey shot a quick pass to Hunter who hung up two -points on a fast break . Jess Gloster con-tri-buted his bit ‘ by tallying several long shots from all angles of the court , When Morgan lost the ball for travelling , Wareharn was downcourt to add another tally to Lincoln ’ s score , Young , so far inactive as far as shooting was concerned , broke through to gain an additional 2 points . Jess Gloster _hi turn ...
Prof . Larabee Attends Meeting Of Penologists [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 16 January 1940
Prof . Larabee Attends Meeting Of Penologists - At the invitation of Dr . Robert L . Sutherland , head of the Department of Sociology at Bucknell University , Lincoln University was represented ‘ at the First Annual Criminology Conference , held at Bucknell University January 5-6 , 1940 . The Lincoln delegation consisted of : Professor Robert M . Lara-bee , Roy Nichols -and Franklin Williams . Through the efforts of Dr . Sutherland the entire conference group was able to tour the United -States Northeastern Penitentiary -at Lewisburg , Pennsylvania , a short distance from the University . This was the largest number ever allowed to tour the prison at one time . After -passing _, ’through the large double doors , the group was taken to the comfortable reception ~ óom where _visitOrs -await their ~ turn to see the Inmates . Through the gate that divided the reception room from the visiting chamk _ei ~ , could be seen the long table ‘ at which the inmates conversed with their guests , ...
Senior Class Will Snonsor Benefit Dance [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 16 January 1940
Senior Class Will Snonsor Benefit Dance The Senior Class of Lincoln University has completed plans and arrangements ‘ for its second maj or economic venture to raise funds to finance its thousand-dol-lar Yearbook , which is to be brought out early this spring . This economic sally will consist of a dance to -be given in Phil- ~ delphia January 26 , at the 0 . V . Catto Auditorium , 16 th and Fitzwater Streets , The Dukes ’ Orchestra has been engaged to furnish the music for the occasion , The dance is a sequel of a simi-lar-proposed commercial venture at the Howard-Lincoln Football Classic , last Th anksgiving , where members of the Senior Class sold football hats , pennants , and game souvenirs . Paul D . Harris and Henry Martin , co-chairmen of the Dance Committee , have _had the posters and tickets printed and placed on sale ‘ at points in every section of the city , and express hope that . the public will respond favorably to this pioneer cl-ass venture . Walker Jackson , alumnu...
Photo Contest Announced For ’ - All Senior Men [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 16 January 1940
Photo Contest Announced For ’ - All Senior Men New York , January _l 5 th : —The Editors of Vogue Magazine , a Conde Nast Publication , have just announced ‘ a Photographic Contest for seniors in American colleges and universities . The contest offers two career prize _s— _-one for men , one for women—consisting of -a six months ’ apprenticeship , with salary , in the Conde Nast studios in New York—with the -possibility of a permanent position on completion of the period of apprenticeship . In addition , eight cash prizes and honorable mention will be awarded , The contest will be composed of a series of _, _~ , eight photographic problems to be _- -presented in the magazine . These will cover a wide range of - topics , including outdoor and ~ indoor shots , -action ,- still life , etc . ~ Winners of _-the contest will joi _~ i Vogue ’ s . staff on or about June 45 th . - For _furth ~ r information ,, write to : Conde Nas ~ News _,- Service , 420 Lexington 4 _~ . _veIiue , New _‘ _Y...