3 edition of The college and the old college curriculum. found in the catalog.
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Liptak’s book provides an easy and convenient way through 12 tests to discover where one’s interests and talents are and what college majors best match up with these. College Major Quizzes or a similar book is must for prospective and early college students, seeking to determine what course or courses of study they should major in. At the heart of the Thomas Aquinas College curriculum are the great books, the original works of the greatest minds in our tradition, both ancient and modern. The College’s syllabus is composed exclusively of the seminal texts that have, for good or for ill, animated Western civilization. Each one speaks to the reality at the core of human experience, a reality that transcends time or place.
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It's probably not worth the trouble to sell 10 year old textbooks. I'd give 'em away through freecycle, or (as is common in my neighborhood) by putting them in a box labeled "free books" in front of my house.
posted by Eamon at PM on Octo I have textbooks from when I was in college (late 80s, early 90s). I can't resell them to any booksellers because they're too old.
I asked my public library what is the best way to recycle/reuse the books. The librarian just told me that they don't accept outdated textbooks and didn't have any idea of what I could do with them. The Terrible Erosion of the College Curriculum. This article is more than 6 years old.
I do lots of free-lance writing and book reviews for a number of free-market organizations. Read Less. How to recycle books: Search “Textbook Recycling Regulations [Your City]” or look at your local government website to see if recycling old textbooks is an option where you some places, you may need to remove the book covers first so be sure to see what rules your city follows.
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John's College (Annapolis, MD): The model of the Great Books colleges, St. John's offers a four-year, non-elective curriculum in which students read, discuss, and write about the seminal works that have shaped the world. Good evening, /r/ seeing this post on /r/mildlyinteresting, I realized I had a box full of old college textbooks laying around on a storage parents discouraged me from just giving them away, and instead encouraged me to try and sell them.
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In so many words, she implied that if they weren't recent enough to still be used, I was basically just having them throw them away instead of doing it myself. Outside of reference material, they are pretty much useless. With college instructors being enticed to use new editions every semester, 10+ year-old books are isn't that the information within is useless, just that no one will buy them / use them for class.
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