ERIC Number: ED219982
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1981
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Remembering the University of Utah.
Haglund, Elizabeth, Ed.
Nineteen essays comprise this personal and historical look at the University of Utah and the relationship between the university, its people, and the community. Essays include: "One Cannot Live Long Enough to Outgrow a University" (Ramona Wilcox Cannon); "Ever in the Freshness of Its Youth" (G. Homer Durham); "The Final Payoff" (David W. Evans); "This Was the Place for Me" (Thomas J. Parmley); "A Means to a Very Specific End" (Merlo J. Pusey); "Gone the Meadowlarks" (Sydney W. Angleman); "It All Happened Very Quietly" (Fawn M. Brodie); "To Love the Game beyond the Prize" (James R. Jack); "It Is the Love of Books I Owe Them" (Wallace Stegner); "The University Reflects in Miniature the Nation as a Whole" (LeRoy Eugene Cowles); "More Than Any Other Place On Earth" (Dorothy Snow);"Artist on Campus" (Lowell M. Durham); "A Shovelful of Live Coals" (William Mulder); "To Draw Vision to a Distant Horizon" (Paul W. Hodson); "The Gift Made Possible" (Alberta Henry); "Look Homeward, Angel" (Jack H. Adamson); "From Innocence to Sophistication" (Sterling M. McMurrin); "That Space and Sunlight" (Teodor Berg); and "A Living Tribute to the People of Utah" (David Pierpont Gardner). A brief introduction is provided that discusses the beginnings of the University. (LC)
Descriptors: College Environment, Educational History, Higher Education, Institutional Characteristics, Institutional Role, School Community Relationship, State Universities, Student College Relationship
University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City, UT 84112.
Publication Type: Books; Historical Materials
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