Education: Bee Alights

Since 1923, when he buzzed angrily out of New England, Dr. Alexander Meiklejohn, bumblebee of U. S. pedagogy, has circled uncertainly about over the educational field, shooting off for a space to Europe, returning to circle some more, with a louder buzz about an "independent college" to be founded for three millions with the aid of friends (TIME, June 25, 1923 et seq; Sept. 15, 1924). At one point, the students of Knox College informally extended a bouquet to the buzzing one, in the shape of their presidential chair (TIME, Dec. 29),...

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