Municipal University of Wichita
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University of Wichita. Parnassus 1961. Wichita, Kan: Wichita State University, 2017
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University: Administration; Colleges; Student Court; Student Government -- Campus life: Greeks; Dormitories; Honoraries; Organizations -- Features: Communications; Queens; the Arts; Athletics -- Students: Seniors; Juniors; Sophomores; Freshmen -- Advertising, Index.
Dedication: From the Flint Hill to the Salt Mines, from small communities to large cities, come Kan sans to our University. The University, the melting pot of the State, borrows the talent and ambition of the future citizens of the State to mold and perfect. In four years it returns unlimited interest on this loan-interest in the form of knowledge and understanding from social and intellectual growth. Through this close connection with the University, Kansas gains enlightened citizens. We as students are proud of our University, proud of contributions of progress it makes to our State. To the University the State sends its youth; to the youth the University gives knowledge; and bearing this knowledge proudly, the youth return to the State. To the University and to the State with hopes of increased understanding and cooperation, we dedicate the 1961 Parnassus.
Editorial staff: Shirley Sears, editor-in-chief; Berry Barwick, managing editor; Jack Simpson, business and advertising manager.
- Parnassus Online 
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