Education: More Sons for Eli

Yale last week opened its ivy-covered doors wider to accommodate some of the thousands who knocked there. The University announced that it would increase its fall enrollment a whopping 54% over its prewar average (to 8,000). More than half will be veterans.

Yale had already taken on 60 new faculty members, plans to hire several hundred more, to give itself a record faculty of 1,200. More important, it had done some thinking about housing. How Yale hopes to work the September miracle:

¶Double up students in campus dorms, and cut their rent in half.

¶ Farm out undergraduates to live with faculty...

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