The Litteratus differs from the traditional student anthology in its multidisciplinary focus and its use of various media to express creative thought. Many of the entries emanated from class discussions with a thematic focus : Truth and Justice, Perception and Humor, The Meaning of Greatness, and Environment and Human Values. Yet the expression of these themes is as varied as the students themselves. In each of the selections, the reader sees something of the ratiocinating temper of the honors student, his penchant for introspection, his struggle to find the meanings of his own experiences, and his ultimate triumph over the limitations of self. Thus, the selections also indicate a growth of mind, a realistic and sometimes humorous assessment of human failings, and a new found appreciation of the struggle associated with achieving success.