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Celeste Anderson

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Celeste Anderson
APPLICANT FOR B. A. DEGREE
"She is beautiful, therefore to be wooed; she is a woman, therefore to be won."
Class Secretary, 1910-'11; Secretary Chi Epsilon, 1910-'11; Secretary
Class 1911-'12; Captain Basket-Ball Team, 1911-'12; Secretary Tennis Club,
1912; Vice-President Chi Epsilon, 1911-'12; Vice-President Northside Club,
1911-'12; Class Secretary, 1913-'14; Treasurer Student Government Association,
1913-'14; President Chi Epsilon, 1913-'14; President Woman's Athletic Association,
1913-'14; Captain Basket-Ball Team, 1913-'14; President Student Government
Association, 1914-'15; Assistant Manager SPIDER, 1914-'15; Instructor in Math, 1914-'15.

TO PESSIMISTIC persons who hold that college love affairs are not lasting,
we quote "Lessie" as a brillant example to the contrary. From her
first day at college, when he was presented to her as a toiling student, till
now that he is about to hang out his shingle, when has she cast her eyes upon any
other? And constancy is but one of her many charms.
Celeste can shine in the social world, extract undreamed of suns for the
scholarship fund, or conduct a class through the mazes of sub-Math with unvarying
success. Dr. Loving feels certain she is destined to startle the world of physics.
Celeste does not go into anything half-heartedly. She is either for a thing or
against it. She has occupied a central position in every college scrape. But when
she takes a position she pushes ahead and accomplished things. Her contagious
enthusiasm and college loyalty are about to see the completion of the scholarship
fund.

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The Spider, 1915, p. 323

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spider-1915-0325

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“Celeste Anderson,” For the Centuries, accessed September 25, 2017, http://centuries.richmond.edu/items/show/990.