Title: Slate Supplement to the General Catalog. Vol...
Publisher: Associated Students University o
Publication Date: 1964
Book Condition: Very Good
First Edition. Light shelf wear to covers. Slate Supplement Questionnaire still in rear of book. Berkeley undergraduate publication aimed at giving pointed and highly critical advice regarding instructors, curricula, majors, etc. While content is not particularly political the tone is at times frankly anti-establishment. From the Editor's Introduction; The purpose is to pass around the academic experiences of the students. Our fundamental assumption, which is manifestly true but stands opposed by the official mythology, is that some professors and courses are better than others and that some of them are worse than worthless to the undergraduate student. On the basis of the collective experience of a large segment of the student body, we rate courses and supply information that should help students, and incidentally, provide feedback to the instructors. Bookseller Inventory # mon0000002111
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