Causes of present diplomatic crises in Europe will be studied in one of the thirty afternoon and evening courses of college grade offered this fall and winter for Greater Boston adults by the Massachusetts Commission on Extension Courses in Wadsworth House.
Among other subjects are a survey of music, great modern philosophers, organization and control of industry, astronomy, the American Constitution, foreign languages, writing for publication, the Civil War and Reconstruction, introductory psychology, and sociology.
The extension work is supported largely by the Lowell Institute. Tuition charges are $2.50 or $5.00 per course. Courses carry credit it toward the degree of Adjunct in Arts at Harvard. sion Commission include Harvard, Tufts, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston College, Boston University, Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Wellesley, Simmons, Lowell Institute, Massachusetts Board of Education, and the Boston School Committee.