The Ambassador Yearbook
 

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Many an Assumption student has read the Latin words on the scroll above the front entrance of the Memorial Science Building: many passers-by have asked the meaning of the words, "Bonitatem, disciplinam et scientiam doce me". These words were written by a Wise Man, divinely inspired, a thousand years before Our Lord. They represent a truth often forgotten even by educators. Your college is directed by a religious community which has made these words its motto. Knowledge is not an end in itself but a means. The use made of knowledge can be good, indifferent or bad. It is like a sharp-edged tool that can be used most effectively by a skilled and careful worker but which can inflict serious iniury upon a worker who is awkward or careless. True education must provide safeguards for the safe and prosperous use of knowledge. Assumption believes the Wise Man - it has tried, with God's grace, to develop in you, its graduates, goodness and self-control that in your lives knowledge may be most valuable and most fruitful.

Publication Date

1948

Publisher

Assumption College

Rights

Public Domain

City

Windsor, Ontario

Keywords

University of Windsor, Assumption College, The Ambassador

Disciplines

History | Public History

The Ambassador: 1948

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