Some articles on student, students:
... Day (BSD) An annual end-of-school student celebration ... Organized and run by the Students' Union, BSD occurs on the last day of classes ... Students' wear Bermuda style shorts and participate in a variety of informal pre- and post-BSD activities including couch racing (recently banned by the university administration over safety concerns ...
... the use of teaching machines for a broad range of students (e.g ... The student taps a rhythmic pattern in unison with the device ... "Unison" is specified very loosely at first (the student can be a little early or late at each tap) but the specifications are slowly sharpened ...
... scholarships, awards, and bursaries to students ... For detailed information, visit the Office of Student Awards and Financial Aid ... exceptional academic achievement at the senior high school level and to encourage students to continue their studies ...
... As of fall 2010, there were 15,194 students and a student-faculty ratio of 191 ... enrollment figure is the highest since 1990, when the number of students on campus was 15,454 ... Records show that 11,803 of the students are undergraduates ...
... The Young Economist Students’ Meet (YESM) is an initiative pioneered by the students of the Department of Economics, Jadavpur University ... The basic objective of the meet is to create a common platform for the students and scholars of Economics, thereby offering opportunities to young minds to know and grow through interaction with each other and ...
Famous quotes containing the word students:
“A complacent old Don of Divinity
Used to boast of his daughters virginity:
They must have been dawdlin,
The students of Magdalen
It couldnt have happened at Trinity.”
“Women, because of their colonial relationship to men, have to fight for their own independence. This fight for our own independence will lead to the growth and development of the revolutionary movement in this country. Only the independent woman can be truly effective in the larger revolutionary struggle.”
—Womens Liberation Workshop, Students for a Democratic Society, Radical political/social activist organization. Liberation of Women, in New Left Notes (July 10, 1967)
“I know that I will always be expected to have extra insight into black textsespecially texts by black women. A working-class Jewish woman from Brooklyn could become an expert on Shakespeare or Baudelaire, my students seemed to believe, if she mastered the language, the texts, and the critical literature. But they would not grant that a middle-class white man could ever be a trusted authority on Toni Morrison.”
—Claire Oberon Garcia, African American scholar and educator. Chronicle of Higher Education, p. B2 (July 27, 1994)