Light on the Hill, Volume II

Miller, Russell

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 Title Page
collapse1. Setting the Stage for the Second Century
collapse2. Long-Range Planning
collapse3. Bricks and Mortar 1952-1967
collapse4. The End of Theological Education at Tufts
collapse5. Ever-Widening Curricula for Liberal Arts and Engineering
collapse6. Jackson College: A Search for Identity
collapse7. Defining the Role of the College of Special Studies
collapse8. The Arts and Sciences Faculty I
collapse9. The Arts and Sciences Faculty II
collapse10. The Central Library
collapse11. The Changing Character of the Student Body
collapse12. Fraternities and Sororities at Tufts: A Cyclical History
collapse13. A Beehive of Activity: From Trustees to Students
collapse14. From Wessell to Hallowell
collapse15. The Hallowell Administration: Years of Trial and Tribulation
collapse16. The Hallowell Administration: Continued Trial and Tribulation
collapse17. Educational Ventures, Successful and Otherwise
collapse18. The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy
collapse19. Medical and Dental Education I
collapse20. Medical and Dental Education II
collapse21. Taking Stock of the University in the 1960s and 1970s
collapse22. The Mayer Administration: A Preliminary View
collapse23. The Mayer Administration: Consolidation and Expansion

Light on the Hill, the second volume of the history of Tufts University, was published in 1986, covering the years from 1952 to 1986. This doucument was created from the 1986 edition of Light on the Hill, Volume II.

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