Education: Hush Hall

The winds of protest, from faculty, alumni, students, that had beaten for a fortnight upon Yale's new dormitory, abuilding by order of the Yale Corporation next Connecticut Hall (TiME, Nov. 3), last week proved sufficiently violent to drive the workmen from the site and sweep the Corporation into renewed conference. The Committee on Architectural Plans was to meet with, hear the views of, other elements of the college. Meantime, building was suspended. The new dormitory, dubbed by the Yale Daily News "Hush Hall," because of the "secrecy" attending its advent, was anathema...

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