Some articles on university shield, university, shield:
... In 1922 the University of Sydney Club presented the league with a shield for use as a trophy in a statewide High School Rugby League knockout competition ... The competition became known as the 'University Shield' and is widely regarded as one of the most prestigious competitions in schoolboy rugby league ... The University Shield has undergone various changes in format since its inception in 1922, the most notable of these having been the exclusion of specialised 'Sports High Schools ...
... The "ㅇ" and "ㅅ" in the University shield derived from the first letters of each syllable in "연세"(Yonsei) ... The open book stands for Truth, the torchlight signifies Freedom, and the shield protects these two core principles of the University ...
Famous quotes containing the words shield and/or university:
“The lichen on the rocks is a rude and simple shield which beginning and imperfect Nature suspended there. Still hangs her wrinkled trophy.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“Within the university ... you can study without waiting for any efficient or immediate result. You may search, just for the sake of searching, and try for the sake of trying. So there is a possibility of what I would call playing. Its perhaps the only place within society where play is possible to such an extent.”
—Jacques Derrida (b. 1930)