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Quotations
The quotations are painted on the walls of Frist's 100-level by the student mailboxes; they are numbered in the order they appear starting from the northeastern corner, proceeding west, then turning south and running back to the east.
   
1. Clear the track!    –Kenneth Clark
2. The locusts sang and they were singing for me.    –Bob Dylan
3. A well-instructed people alone can be permanently a free people.
    –James Madison
4. If I’m not out there training, someone else is.    –Lynn Jennings
5. Less is a bore.    –Robert Venturi
6. The place of the idea; the idea of the place    –Toni Morrison
7. 1746-2000
8. Teach for America    –Wendy Kopp
9. Education ought to be a gymnastic to all our powers.
     –James McCosh
10. …thinking that frees itself of reflexive obedience to familiar signals.
      –Randall Kennedy
11. Never rise to speak till you have something to say; and when you have said it,        cease.   
       –John Witherspoon
12. Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not more so.
       –Albert Einstein
13. What distinguishes the civilized man from the barbarian is not that he
       lacks passion, but that his passion is mingled with compassion.    
       –Arthur Lewis
14. We are united in our diversity. –Eva Lerner-Lam
15. Time? –devours us in the name of Wisdom.    – Joyce Carol Oates
16. Ants are so much like human beings as to be an embarrassment.
      –Lewis Thomas
17. There can be no daily democracy without daily citizenship.    –Ralph Nader
18. My identity is not singular.    –Emily Moore
19. Before you leave, remember why you came.    –Adlai Stevenson
20. It’s not just the campus memories that link us together. It’s the values we
       share.    – Ricardo Luna
     

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