Education: $100,000 v. Feminism

Harvard, Princeton, Columbia and Yale have all declined the $25,000 bequeathed to each of them by the late Albert Enoch Pillsbury, onetime Massachusetts Attorney General, to combat Feminism (TIME. Jan. 19). Harvard, which permits female students in a few of its courses and whose President & Fellows constitute the supervising Board of Visitors of nearby Radcliffe College, refused as a matter of policy. Princeton, which has never allowed women in any of its courses; Yale, which has many a post-graduate female student and a School of Nursing, refused with equal firmness....

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