Student Handbook of the Drexel Institute of Technology (2 different ones)
Student Handbook of the Drexel Institute of Technology (2 different ones)
Student Handbook of the Drexel Institute of Technology (2 different ones)
Student Handbook of the Drexel Institute of Technology (2 different ones)
Student Handbook of the Drexel Institute of Technology (2 different ones)
Student Handbook of the Drexel Institute of Technology (2 different ones)
Student Handbook of the Drexel Institute of Technology (2 different ones)

Student Handbook of the Drexel Institute of Technology (2 different ones)

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Student Handbook of the Drexel Institute of Technology (2 different ones)
 
Official Handbook of Rules and Regulations for the use of Students   16 pages  NAME written on the top of the blue cover.  1950-1951
Student Handbook of the Drexel Institute of Technology Volume 35 1955- 1956
The selection of a college career is an open invitation to change. On the whole this is a pleasant, orderly transformation involving the growth of both intellect and personality. What is even more fortunate is that the degree and direction of the change are largely in your hands. And what are the fruits of this interval of growth? The lists which have come before students through the decades must be very long indeed. Without urging that you alter your own priorities I would like to suggest that there are "five senses" whose growth will provide a measurement of your progress. By senses I refer' to the inner feelings or perceptions of a condition rather than the certain knowledge of a fact or a record of obstacles overcome.
First, there is the sense of confidence, the kind of strong self-reliance which arises from a high degree of competence in your special field. Second is the sense of purpose. Knowledge and skill put at your disposal a set of means, but in our modern world the most important questions, by far, involve the goals toward such means ought to be directed. Then, too, there is a sense of discrimination. Even the lightly schooled can distinguish a good choice from a poor one but it is the mark of an  educated man that he can separate the best from the next best. Fourth is the sense of humanity, an understanding of the worth and dignity of human excellence in whatever form it is encountered. Do not be misled into thinking this is the special province of any particular group of subjects or type of curriculum. Finally there is what I would call the sense of magnificence. By this I mean the ability to see things in their largest aspect, to discern the relationship between your own ideas or behavior and the wider reaches of community, nation, and the world.
Drexel Institute provides a climate favorable to growth of the mind and personality. In the months to come, you will pause occasionally to look backward and forward and you will perceive the fruits of this process. I wish you well in your life here at Drexel and in your career, but more than that, along with other members of the faculty and staff, I offer you sincere interest at all times and assistance when you may find it necessary.

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