Education: City College

The biggest institution for higher learning in the world has 47,000 students, most of whom pay no tuition. To visit its campuses and buildings, among which is not a single dormitory, takes a day's hard traveling by subway. Its football teams are trounced by such tiny colleges as Albright. Last week this immense, sprawling educational factory, the College of the City of New York, which embraces four city colleges, passed not one but several new material milestones:

¶Brooklyn College moved into a new $6,000,000 home in Flatbush—a 42-acre campus and five new buildings, academic,...

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