In his baccalaureate sermon, President Taylor took as his text Matthew xiii. 33, “The kingdom of heaven is like unto leaven which a woman took and hid in three measures of meal till the whole was leavened.  The president noted the many paths the seemed to lead to success, and then he touched on four modern tendencies that frustrated real success —dependence on organizations rather than individuals, impatience for immediate results in spite of opposition, caring more for external show than reality and self-centered exaltation of “the worker over the work.”  Showing how Christ’s success opposed these false measures, he told the Class of 1893 to “strive for what was real, to avoid all sham, and to follow Christ’s method, the simple, patient, leavening, slow, but eternal”     The New York Times