Education: Alumni v. Robinson

City College, New York City, represents Higher Education to 22,000 of the nation's most tempestuous undergraduates, of whom 15% are Christians. City Collegians are forever holding peace rallies, calling upon reactionary professors to resign, or rushing "To the Flagpole'' to demonstrate.

Atop this socially conscious volcano is the uneasy seat of President Frederick Bertrand Robinson. Dr. Robinson never tires of asserting that a talented person can succeed equally in any field of endeavor. In support of this theory he boasts that he takes up something new every year — painting, etching, cello...

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