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"The Campus Echo”
TIIE PlHFC:i3 OF SDUCZTION
From every source of moral streiOi^th there should come empfeasis
on the underlying principle of ea'acation—that it is preparation
for greater usefulxxe&s. Txie read each inlividual feels for
'the! practical demands of is likely to obscure, if not
"blot out, the truth the t ,non lj:;.‘e lor o?ie another. Religion ard
education agree upon the end to be attc!.ir.i-:-a and differ only to the
means to gain it. Tho record of the lives ot thoe’S whom the world
honors shows that men !=re revered ior exemplifying bro+:herhood.
More than any ether Aa.eri3arn, rood to ler,:rn the
essentials of good i.iving, Other\\(iGe they cannit overcome their
limitations of rights and oppor"’Jx.ities. The ciiureh and the school,
are therefore the more obligated to inspire as in the desire to
help o'^hers. The preo.cher and the teechor oug’it to fael the v^eight
of responsihility for '^et'^.ing the rcoe’s feet in the sure path io do
better things, Tbe sliP/llcw rer.s'^ning that says "I w'>n'ls do 9.nything
for anybody who does net do sc/metlir^-', fo? me,” is no policy for
a'raco vjhich 7/ants to get ahead. T^o niEn can live selfishly and
thereby make the friends essonti.al to his successor. >nd a race
need friends in the H£..re vv.*;v■^
The J^legro has ip'^wduced v'onder men end women. Yet the inspira
tion their lives wo'j.Id ce tc in .Largely lost throug!: the
failure of our ins trMct or ? to tell is scout them- ;fjir-tead cf the
rich food which :Ocu,-^lc Lvf, L’Overture and others
could be, some f cl? y leads oor p’J.v,; t ann vl at-forni sreai^ers to pay
tribute to politi ci',’r;jr’ c pr.:,ei.'r5;'. Tl'sv “f' £-.o v;itl, se Lf- esteem,
converting the hour r.r ..jsj^ilng ethers iiit-o e::tjjlmg self.
Teachers frankly contest.' thcv r;'l'l:''»v “ha'*, '^g tor the sf.lary it
brings. They rofii'-'e tc add to :he!.r labor, the piep-.’ration of dis
course on i^regro hi‘-'t'ty. iho result Is Lr.at e'^ch i^egro starts his
constx’uctive efl'oi-ts without the lelp he vfould nave from tiie success
of his broi,h':^r.
Have ycuT -^arents evei tol.d you ebout the great men and women of
the race? If they nrrie iio’i., ch^y rrvo failed of a duty.
Mailc yoar -'...i T.o ',h3y pr-..aoh only of life hereafter and
fail to help you 'oe ;:io’Lcbody nere? tiie^ preach hum.i.Litj?' and
urge subaii&sion to mislorlrne Christ-like? l*o t?iey not know that
many early Bishops and Leaders ot tJio Christian church were Begroes?
Kegroes need edueetion, of the kinl that sets them on fire and
to be up and doingo
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