Will war teach U.S. college students to work harder? Looking through its rosy academic spectacles last week, Evanston's Northwestern University thought the answer might be yes. Anyway, its 53 medically discharged student veterans were averaging 5% higher marks than its 2,000 civilian students. Most of the veterans are studying commercial subjects, some liberal arts.
Said University Coordinator of Veterans' Education Chester Ezra Willard: "
"They have earnestness of purpose . . .have matured far more rapidly . . . than [civilian] students. . . . They know that men of their generation must...