June 15, 1936

James Rowland Angell, president of Yale University since 1921, saw the class of 1936 graduate last week. During Angell's tenure, the university underwent an overarching reorganization that unified all departments within the College, Sheffield Scientific School, and graduate schools. Although alumni were apprehensive when he was first named because he is a graduate of Michigan and not Yale, he cast an objective eye on the school and improved it significantly during the first fifteen years of his reign.