There were of course those undergraduates that did not become clerics, who kept horses, led dissolute lives, caroused, got into debt, and did all the other things that were the essence of a solid liberal arts education for many in the upper classes.

— Daniel Pool on Oxford and Cambridge in 1800s – Education  

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