Universities: Adopt-a-school Plan

Southern Negro colleges may be theoretically obsolete in an integrationist era, but they are a practical necessity for a long time to come. Accepting this fact, foundations have since last fall showered money on impoverished Negro colleges. Encouraged by the American Council of Education, which sees big-scale Northern university aid as the most practicable way of raising Negro college standards decisively and quickly, more than a dozen Northern schools are exchanging faculty members and students with Southern partners. California's Pomona, for example, is matched with Nashville's Fisk, Pennsylvania's Haverford and Bryn...

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