Letters: Sep. 16, 1929

Stiff Schools


I wish to challenge the reference to Massachusetts Institute of Technology under "Education" (TIME, Aug. 26) as "the stiffest U. S. school."

As a graduate of the Colorado Schol of Mines, a leading U. S. institution in its field, I should like to call your attention to its four-year curriculum leading to the degree of mining, petroleum, or metallurgical engineer, fully as exacting as any engineering course offered at M. I. T. Other "stiff" U. S. institutions are Case School of Applied Science, the...

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