CHIEFLY ABOUT STUDENT LIFE
FOR a school that was so definitely designed to be a local institution, the rapid development of the Institute toward cosmopolitanism was remarkable. The class of '72 had a member from Rhode Island and one from Washington, D. C.; all others were from Worcester County. One from Pittsburgh and two from New England states entered with '73. Washington, Atlanta, San Francisco, and Pittsburgh, as well as two Ohio cities, were represented in '74. In the succeeding ten years, students came from each of the New England states, New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Iowa, Minnesota, District of Columbia, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, West Virginia, Louisiana, Texas, California, and Canada.
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