Education: Wedlock

Faith in their professors has been evinced by undergraduates of the University of North Carolina. According to the New Student (intercollegiate news bulletin), a group of North Carolina seniors petitioned for an addition to the 1,000-odd courses listed in the catalog—for a comprehensive course on Marriage.

The petition was granted. Twice a week, specialists now lecture on the social, economic, medical and psychological aspects of wedlock. Upwards of 100 students take notes, discuss. Who the "specialists" are, what their experience, authority and tenets, were not announced. The University of North Carolina,...

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