A college should not be a haven from worldly contention, but a place where young people fight out among and within themselves contending ideas of the meaningful life, and where they discover that self-interest need not be at odds with concern for one another” (177). Evaluate this assertion by examining the history of a non-Ivy League college of your choice. What does that college’s history suggest about the purpose as well as the future of post-secondary education? Further, consider how that school differs from and resonates with the history Delbanco recounts of institutions such as Harvard or Columbia
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