Education: Educative Experience

It is unlikely that a Negro will be elected to the U. S. Presidency for many a generation to come. But even in the South a Negro may take an academic interest in politics. Hampton Institute (Virginia) did not, like certain other institutions, hold mock conventions last spring to nominate presidential candidates. But last week it went the white colleges one better, announced an "election" to be held Nov. 4,— an ''inaugural ceremony" March 4. In the November election. Hampton students will cast their ballots not only for President and Vice...

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