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Threshing It Out: Huckaby Questions Rice Trustees - What Is Future Of Humanities? ; Second Semester Math 100 Course Now 'Reasonable'; Honor Council's Case Files Lack Recent Records; Freshman Claims Lovett Hall Bribe Action 'Disgusting'; NY 'Blah' Implies Sky No Limit To Rice U. Progress; Jamison Maintains DeGaulle Policies Threaten Alliance; Castles Laments Lack Of Thresher Track Coverage

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Title: Threshing It Out: Huckaby Questions Rice Trustees - What Is Future Of Humanities? ; Second Semester Math 100 Course Now 'Reasonable'; Honor Council's Case Files Lack Recent Records; Freshman Claims Lovett Hall Bribe Action 'Disgusting'; NY 'Blah' Implies Sky No Limit To Rice U. Progress; Jamison Maintains DeGaulle Policies Threaten Alliance; Castles Laments Lack Of Thresher Track Coverage
Series: This article appears in Volume 50, Issue 20, page 2 of the Rice Thresher.
Issue: Issue 20
Date: 1963-03-06
Citation: (1963). "Threshing It Out: Huckaby Questions Rice Trustees - What Is Future Of Humanities? ; Second Semester Math 100 Course Now 'Reasonable'; Honor Council's Case Files Lack Recent Records; Freshman Claims Lovett Hall Bribe Action 'Disgusting'; NY 'Blah' Implies Sky No Limit To Rice U. Progress; Jamison Maintains DeGaulle Policies Threaten Alliance; Castles Laments Lack Of Thresher Track Coverage." vol. 50. no. 20, pp. 2.
Description: From the Rice Thresher Archive, a collection of newspaper articles published in the student newspaper for Rice University. Genre: Letters to Editor
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1911/47337

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