Education: New Amherst

Clerical difficulties in rearranging the curriculum schedules of the students delayed Amherst's opening.

After the departure of President Meiklejohn (TIME, June 25, July 2), new professors and new courses were substituted.

English, recently the weakest subject, is classed as the strongest, largely attributable to the return of Robert Frost, poet (TIME, Sept. 17). Economics, one of the most popular subjects under President Meiklejohn, retains its vogue. Labor classes in Springfield and Holyoke will be discontinued.


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