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  • To teach is to learn twice.
    (Joseph Joubert)
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  • I think of Jered as another regular guy. He was highly sought-after coming out of college. On the field, he's a great guy. Off the field, he's a great guy. We just push for each other. We kind of think of each other as friends. If we ever had to go head-to-head, then, yeah, we'd compete.
    (Jason Vargas)
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  • As you may be aware, the No Child Left Behind Act was signed into law by the President on January 8, 2002. I was happy to support this bill, which was the result of months of intense bipartisan negotiations. This legislation sets the stage for a limited, but productive, role for the federal government in the education of our nation's children.
    (Allen Boyd)
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  • We've seen where young guys are somewhat already damaged goods when they come out of high school. They've had some problems before, but it really doesn't come to the forefront until they get to college.
    (Jim Sherman)
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  • If they can streamline the process so young people realize the importance of attending school, that's important,
    (John Hendricks)
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  • The experience gathered from books, though often valuable, is but the nature of learning; whereas the experience gained from actual life is one of the nature of wisdom.
    (Samuel Smiles)
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  • What we are proposing would result in each student, on average, having smaller classes and more access to teachers.
    (Doug Brandy)
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  • Now it is established in the sciences that no knowledge is acquired save through the study of its causes and beginnings, if it has had causes and beginnings; nor completed except by knowledge of its accidents and accompanying essentials.
    (Avicenna)
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  • I want her to arrive at college fresh and with a lot of impressive results ahead of her.
    (Cliff Robbins)
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  • There's a good buzz. It's really cool because this is not really a sports-oriented school, being liberal arts and everything. But everybody is talking about it.
    (Dayton Miller)
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  • That says a lot about the history of the two schools and the games. People have told me that the two schools are very similar. They are two of the biggest state institutions in the country, both very good academic schools and are in the capital (cities). We each have a lot of fans and a lot of talk and publicity about football. (Football) is really important at both places.
    (Mack Brown)
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  • TIGHTS, n. An habiliment of the stage designed to reinforce the general acclamation of the press agent with a particular publicity. Public attention was once somewhat diverted from this garment to Miss Lillian Russell's refusal to wear it, and many were the conjectures as to her motive, the guess of Miss Pauline Hall showing a high order of ingenuity and sustained reflection. It was Miss Hall's belief that nature had not endowed Miss Russell with beautiful legs. This theory was impossible of acceptance by the male understanding, but the conception of a faulty female leg was of so prodigious originality as to rank among the most brilliant feats of philosophical speculation It is strange that in all the controversy regarding Miss Russell's aversion to tights no one seems to have thought to ascribe it to what was known among the ancients as modesty. The nature of that sentiment is now imperfectly understood, and possibly incapable of exposition with the vocabulary that remains to us. The study of lost arts has, however, been recently revived and some of the arts themselves recovered. This is an epoch of renaissances, and there is ground for hope that the primitive blush may be dragged from its hiding-place amongst the tombs of antiquity and hissed on to the stage.
    (Ambrose Gwinett Bierce)
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  • I don't want to send them to jail. I want to send them to school.
    (Adlai E. Stevenson)
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  • The university is intently investigating any grounds to withdraw recognition of the organization.
    (Doug Hamilton)
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  • And since that point, I've spent all those years away from a college program where I'm not covered by NCAA rules and am free to help athletes at all levels get better at their skills and also learn how to use those skills once they get them developed.
    (Carol White)
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