Education: 43 in '42

The greatest upheaval in U.S. collegiate history was upon the campuses of the nation. A preview of the general pattern of change could be seen at Yale.

There the class of '43—600 men whose education was speeded up last February—was graduated six months ahead of schedule without caps & gowns, parades, ivy-planting (except in a pot) or other ceremony. Within a few weeks nearly all will be in active military service. At the same time, Yale announced that it had leased half its dormitories and a third of its classrooms to the Army Air...

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