President Meiklejohn in an address to the Amherst Alumni announced recently the anonymous gift of $100,000 for a fellowship. The provisions are that a college graduate shall be appointed every two years who shall receive $2,000 a year to enable him to spend four years at home and abroad in the study of social, political and economic problems in preparation for a course of lectures to be given at the college.
Amherst Receives $100,000 Gift
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