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Issue 94: Universities should require every student to take a variety of courses outside the student's field of study because acquiring knowledge of various academic disciplines is the best way to become truly educated. : Most : j a broad scope of knowledge : n potential gift L d ! Professor Coarse, a law professor at University of Chicago, winning the Nobel Prize of economics in the early 1990s. : n interrelated , : j s Take the first man who studied the nature of electricity for example, we can hardly imagine that his experiments, which were just based on mere intellectual curiosity , eventually lead to modern electrical technology, without which we can scarcely conceive what our contemporary lives would turn out to be! s : University is the greenhouse where breeds the intelligent and ambitious young men of our society , and the education it provide will largely decide the mind, personality and knowledge structure of these students. In this era of explosive information , society is changing everyday
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