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42 Yeshiva College Freshmen

September 28, 1933
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Yeshiva College has begun its sixth year of work with a freshman class of forty-two. A change has been effected in the entrance requirements allowing for the consideration of those students who are qualified high school graduates. Hitherto the college was open only to students of the Hebrew departments of Yeshiva. This new policy in admission requirements marks a widening of the perspective of the institution.

Among the new members of the faculty is Aaron Margalith, Ph.D., of Johns Hopkins University, instructor in international relations.

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