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¶Columbia University announced that it was setting up an ambitious Council for Atomic Age Studies that would cut across all fields of learning and involve the entire university. Purpose of the council: to study not only the scientific aspects of atomic energy but also its effect on "such diverse areas" as industry, law, economics, foreign policy, agriculture, city planning and community life.

¶For the third time since World War II, Yale University was forced to boost overall undergraduate fees to help meet its soaring expenses. Henceforth, the resident student's fees that amounted to $1,000 in 1941 will add up to $2,000. ¶The...

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