Education: Colleges

"I cannot say that Harvard's teachers are bigger, better, longer lasting, more glamorous or less irritating than those of our competitors. They don't wear more chrome, have longer fins, provide fewer calories or come equipped with more effective filters . . ."

As suavely as a coed angling for a date. Harvard's President Nathan Pusey last week fished his radio audience, then set the hook: "My commercial is simply this: if you care about higher education, you must care not only about students but also about teachers. The salary of the average college teacher in the U.S. last year was a little...

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