Colleen Robles

... si rerum usu constat prudentia, in utrum magis competet eius cognominis honos, in sapientem, qui partim ob pudorem, partim ob animi timiditatem nihil aggreditur, an in stultum, quem neque pudor, quo vacat, neque periculum quod non perpendit, ab ulla deterret?

... if prudence depends upon experience, to whom is the honor of that name more proper? To the wise man, who partly out of modesty and partly distrust of himself, attempts nothing; or the fool, whom neither modesty which he never had, nor danger which he never considers, can discourage from anything?

      Erasmus, Moriae Encomium [In Praise of Folly]

... but the true college will ever have one goal, --not to earn meat, but to know the end and aim of that life which meat nourishes.

      W.E.B. du Bois, On the Wings of Atalanta

robles {at} Gross Hall, Room 303, Duke University