Education: Not for Princeton

A few structural defects have turned up in Princeton's new $3,000,000 dormitory quadrangle, where two buildings recently settled one foot in the mud. Last week, in a third new $520,000 dorm, Princeton Borough Engineer Arthur T. Brokaw padlocked five top-floor rooms as firetraps because of inadequate exits. Said Brokaw, in proper Princeton fashion: "No undergraduates, especially Princeton undergraduates, should be sleeping up there."


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