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TINY, SPICY HAVANAS

THE LARGEST SELLER IN GREATER NEW YORK

THE UNIVERSITY BARBER SHOP

WEST HALL

Open from 7.30 A. M. to 6 P. M.

A large stock of the best imported Perfumes and Toilet Articles for Sale

MICHAEL SALERNO, Proprietor.
Also of the Manhapset and

Prospect Houses, Shelter Island, N. Y.

I. DAVEGA, Jr.

125 West 125th Street

High Grade Sporting Goods

College Trade a Specialty

Tel. 1484 Harlem

Dr. 1. 5. minard

• Dentist

269 West 125th Street Near Eighth Avenue

NEW YORK CITY

STEINWAY & SONS

GRAND AND UPRIGHT PIANOS

WAREROOMS :
Steinway Hall, 107 to 109 East 14th Street, New York

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When you buy
Candy get the
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POWELL'S

Chocolates
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Confections

For Sale at the Lunch Counter

SIROTIS

The Only Sanitary Cork Tip Cigarette.

A pleasant and harmless smoke. Absorbs Nicotine.

Recommended by the Medical Profession.

For Sale in Lunch Room.

UNIVERSITY HALL
Breakfast from 8 to 9.30 o'clock
Meals served until 6 o'clock to
Superior Cuisine at Popular Prices

WILLIAM P, HUEBNER

Own some “Strenuous" Book by President e* e* Roosevelt on a Political, Historical or * * Hunting subject.

40 cents a Volume at the

UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE

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2109 Seventh Avenue
Between 125th and 12th Streets

NEW YORK

Telephone 1761 Harlem

FOR PROMPTNESS, EFFICIENCY AND

BOOKS

COURTESY WHEN YOU WANT de

Go to Kenneth B. Elliman, '01

419 West 118th Street

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in the City of New York COLUMBIA University includes both a college and a university in the strict sense

is College. The university consists of the Faculties of Law, Medicine, Philosophy, Political Science, Pure Science, and Applied Science.

The point of contact between the college and the university is the senior year of the college, during which year students in the college pursue their studies, with the consent of the college faculty, under one or more of the faculties of the university.

Barnard College, a college for women, is financially a separate corporation ; but, educationally, is a part of the system of Columbia University.

Teachers College, a professional school for teachers, is also, financially, a separate corporation; and also, educationally, a part of the system of Columbia University.

Each college and school is under the charge of its own faculty, except that the Schools of Mines, Chemistry, Engineering, and Architecture are all under the charge of the Faculty of Applied Science.

For the care and advancement of the general interests of the university educational system, as a whole, a council has been established, which is representative of all the corporations concerned. I. THE COLLEGES.

ing, and Architecture, to which students Columbia College offers for men

are admitted as candidates for procourse of four years, leading to the de

fessional degrees on terms prescribed gree of Bachelor of Arts. Candidates for

by the faculties concerned. The facadmission to the college must be at

ulty of Teachers College conducts proleast fifteen years of age, and pass an

fessional courses for teachers, that lead examination on prescribed subjects,

to a diploma of the university. the particulars concerning which may 1. The School of Law, established in: be found in the Annual Circular of In- 1858, offers a course of three years, in formation.

the principles and practice of private Barnard College, founded in 1889, and public law, leading to the degree offers for women a course of four years, of Bachelor of Laws. leading to the degree of Bachelor of

2. The College of Physicians and Sur. Arts. Candidates for admission to the

geons, founded in 1807, offers a course college must be at least fifteen years of

of four years in the principles and pracage, and pass an examination on pre- tice of medicine and surgery, leading to scribed subjects, the particulars con

the degree of Doctor of Medicine. cerning which may be found in the Annual Circular of Information.

3. The School of Mines, established in

1864, offers courses of study, each of four II. THE UNIVERSITY.

years, leading to a professional degree

in mining engineering and in metalIn a technical sense, the Faculties of lurgy. Law, Medicine, Philosophy, Political

4. The Schools of Chemistry, EngiScience, Pure Science, and Applied Sci

neering, and Architecture, set off from ence, taken together, constitute the

the School of Mines in 1896, offer reuniversity. These faculties offer advanced courses of study and investi

spectively, courses of study, each of

four years, leading to an appropriate gation, respectively, in (a) Private or

professional degree, in analytical and Municipal Law, (6) Medicine, (c) Philosophy, Philology and Letters, (d)

applied chemistry; in civil, sanitary,

electrical, and mechanical engineering; History, Economics, and Public Law,

and in architecture. (e) Mathematics and Natural Science, and (f) Applied Science. Courses of

5. Teachers' College, founded in 1888 study under all of these faculties are and chartered in 1889, was included in open to members of the senior class in the university in 1898. It offers the Columbia College. Certain

following course of study: (a) graduate under the non-professional faculties are

courges leading to the Master's and open to women who have taken the Doctor's

diplomas in the several depart. first degree. These courses lead, ments of the College ; (6) professional through the Bachelor's degree, to the

courses, each of two years, leading to university degrees of Master of Arts

the Bachelor's diploma for secondary and Doctor of Philosophy. The degree

teaching, elementary teaching, kinderof Master of Laws is also conferred for garten, Domestic Art, Domestic Science, advanced work in law done under the

Fine Arts, Music and Manual Train. Faculties of Law and Political Science

ing; (c) a collegiate course of two together.

years, which, if followed by a two

years' professional course, leads to the III. THE PROFESSIONAL degree of Bachelor of Science. Certain SCHOOLS.

of its courses may be taken without The Faculties of Law, Medicine, and

extra charge by students of the uni

versity in partial fulfillment of the reApplied Science, conduct respectively

quirements for the degrees of Bachelor the professional schools of Law, Medi

of Arts, Master of Arts, and Doctor of cine, and Mines, Chemistry, Engineer.

Philosophy.
NICHOLAS MURRAY BUTLER, LL. D., President

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