Education: Harvard from Within

Traditionally critical of the rest of the world, Harvard men occasionally scrutinize Harvard, say sharp things about themselves and their traditions.* Weightier than most critiques during the year is the senior oration at Class Day exercises. Excerpts from last week's oration by Senior Orator Edward Mortimer Morris Warburg:

"Through Harvard's sudden growth in size it has scarcely been possible to reorganize fast enough to keep its educational system up with the needs of the undergraduates. For example, in its attempt to keep up its prestige as...

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