The Ambassador Yearbook



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The University exists for the sake of the student. All the staff, equipment and program focus upon the process of Teaching the young to love learning and make it a lifetime's habit for them. Formal classes and daily assignments however, do not exhaust the ways by which a student learns. He should know that extra curricular activities can be a means of developing one's personality. While knowledge is desirable for itself, it never-the-less can be applied in group activities which have goals that will benefit a wider public than one's self. If it is possible, I would urge you in the name of self development to participate in student activities in a direction which can benefit others. Basically, education is the application of knowledge motivated by love. It can be summed up in better terms: "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you." Or more briefly, don't be selfish!

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Assumption College


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Windsor, Ontario


University of Windsor, Assumption College, The Ambassador


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The Ambassador: 1961



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