Education: A Word for Freshmen

Last week, as they started their higher education, the nation's freshmen got some counsel from three college presidents: ¶ Go slow, warned Brown's Dr. Henry M. Wriston, in choosing a vocation. "At your age," Wriston said, "worry about how you are going to make your living leads to impulsive selections . . . Premature choices tend to lead you into, and freeze you in, occupations which will be inadequately rewarding spiritually, which may curb mental enjoyment." Most men in middle life are bored with their jobs because they "selected their vocation in a search for security instead of adventure." ¶ Seek...

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