Following the bicentennials of Princeton and Penn and the tercentenary of Harvard, (1) Columbia sought to put its own mark on the ritual occasion.
Celebrating its 200th anniversary in 1954, Columbia University organized bicentennial symposia, publications, and ritual observances around the theme "Man's Right to Knowledge and the Free Use Thereof.
Celebrating its bicentennial in 1954, at the height of the Cold War, Columbia University put the role of free information in a free society at the center of its 200th anniversary celebration.
On the advice of a committee of trustees, he appointed Arthur Sulzberger to chair the Bicentennial Central Committee and in late 1949 approved the adoption of Sulzberger's original theme, "Man's Right to Knowledge and the Free Use Thereof," thus extending the focus beyond academic freedom.
As the Columbia Bicentennial Committee and public relations staff developed the celebration's theme, planned events, and invited speakers, university officials grappled with the possible presence of communists in their academic ranks.
Indeed, the bicentennial celebration reflected a distinctly corporate capitalism.
The American Bison nickel is the third in a series of four new nickels being released in 2004-2005, honoring the bicentennials
of the Louisiana Purchase and the Lewis and Clark expedition.
Countries celebrate bicentennials, not companies," said Mr.
NYSE: JWa) (NYSE: JWb), today announced that the global publisher has reached its bicentennial year, an accomplishment it shares with only a small number of companies.
As we mark our bicentennial, we are taking advantage of a rare opportunity.
Wiley is launching its bicentennial celebration today with the worldwide distribution of a video about the Company.
As we celebrate our bicentennial, we look forward to collaborating with our authors, partners, shareholders, and colleagues to write the next chapter in Wiley's remarkable history.