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To study —

From classical Latin, studēre—to strive after, to concentrate on, to support, favor, to apply oneself, to give attention, be eager, be zealous, take pains, be diligent, be busy with, be devoted to. . . .

When we study, we learn indicentally, but we think purposively, we inquire reflectively, we understand clearly, we judge thoughtfully.

As we study, we self-direct our education.

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