Education: Prex Dex

Last thing Dexter Merriam Keezer did before he became president of Reed College (Portland, Ore.) was to promise a friend he would not turn into a "stuffed shirt." After one year in the job President Keezer felt compelled last fortnight to warn all ambitious young educators how close he had come to breaking his promise. Wrote he in his annual report: "The conception [of the college president held by much of the community] is perhaps best reflected by the subjects on which I have been asked to address groups: The Future of...

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