Education: Collegiate

The crush at the gates of U. S. colleges and universities (TIME, Sept. 29) continued. On every hand record enrolments were reported. Many said this indicated a tremendous spread of the educational idea in the U. S., "a return to the days of Abelard." A few added: "But, of course, the natural growth of population also has a bearing upon this vast number of seekers after light."

¶At Cambridge, Mass., townfolk watched the doors of a vine-clad chapel open, heard the strains of a Bach fugue issuing forth behind the students of Harvard...

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