Education: Princeton & Patriotism

(See front cover} Throughout the land last week, this week and next week, 1934's college seniors pack their trunks in hot little rooms, cluster on shaded campuses to say goodby, sweat under caps & gowns as they march up to receive diplomas which round out the first great period of their lives. Columbia had already sent 1,000 away from Morningside, their ears ringing with the counsels of Harvard's President James Bryant Conant and of their own pontifical President Nicholas Murray Butler, presiding over his 32nd commencement. At Cambridge next week President Conant was...

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