Education: Letter to Harvard

When Harvard's new President Nathan Pusey made his first major address at the Harvard Divinity School last fall (TIME, Oct. 5), his words had a reassuring sound to that long neglected institution. At 137 years of age, the Divinity School was hobbling along with only three full-time professors, and Dr. Pusey was the first Harvard president to speak before a Divinity School exercise since 1909, when revered Charles William Eliot delivered a discourse there on "The Religion of the Future." Though a small band of alumni had been valiantly trying to raise $5,000,000 to make the school an "interdenominational" center...

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