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Volume 4:1 (Autumn 1961)

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Volume 4:1 (Autumn 1961)

In "Foreign Languages: Too Little, Too Late," Arthur R. Watkins says that intensive language study is practically a necessity, but Americans may not appreciate the importance until it is too late. Obert C. Tanner uses Plato's ideals of goodness to explain, "if Brigham Young University is to become a great university, its faculty and students need to find the proper balance between its quest for goodness, truth, and beauty." Also, J. Roman Andrus takes on the task of evaluating college art programs in "Study of the Outcomes of College Education in Art in Selected Colleges in Twelve Western Sates."

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Carlton Culmsee
ArticlePg. 3
Veneta Nielsen
ArticlePg. 13
Henrik Ibsen
John B. Harris
ArticlePg. 43
Kathryn Alley
PoetryPg. 50
John B. Harris
Henrik Ibsen
ArticlePg. 51
Arthur R. Watkins
ArticlePg. 66
Darrel H. Taylor
Ramón Jiménez
PoetryPg. 80
Truman G. Madsen
ArticlePg. 81