Education: Invitation to Living

"We are not interested in producing well-rounded men, but men with sharp, abrasive edges—rebels with clear minds and uncowed consciences, critics of society, not adjusters to it." The words would have a stirring ring coming from any educator, but they take on added meaning coming from the dean of faculty of a new public college spun off by big (20,000 students) Michigan State University, long known as an "ag and tech" institution. Last week, at the opening of the new college at Oakland, 60 miles east of M.S.U.'s main East Lansing campus, crewcut...

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