Education: Privation & Co-operation

Lugubrious news was presented to the Pennsylvania State Education Association last week by Dean Romeyn Henry Rivenburg of Bucknell University. A questionnaire he sent to 65 Pennsylvania colleges and universities revealed that many a student is commuting long distances in a cheap automobile; cooking his own meals; living in poor lodgings; mortgaging his future by borrowing money; combining with others in buying books, or buying none at all. "There are too many men," said Dean Rivenburg. "who are trying to live from week to week. They have a pint of milk and...

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