Education: At Yale

Yale University, confronted with a housing problem by reason of increased enrolment, settled the quandry in a manner which seemed, to the unbiased observer, direct enough. A new dormitory was designed, a site chosen on the campus, and early one morning some workmen went out with picks and broke ground. Instantly the University was swept with winds, avalanches, storms, of protest, objection, controversy. The dormitory had been designed as a reproduction of Connecticut Hall, home of the fathers of Yale, in their day the only...

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