|Scope & Content||"A New Hunger on the Hill" is an article in The Nashville Tennessean by Charles Whited about what Whited calls "a new urgency, a new sense of values, and a different kind of vitality" at MBA. The article prominently features Headmaster Carter in discussing the changes at MBA and the heightened difficulty of admission into MBA. It also outlines at length the school's history and the benefits of private education.|
|Title||A New Hunger on the Hill|
|Date||April 2, 1961|
Carter, Francis E. Jr.
Rule, James C.
Sager, Richard Lee
|Lexicon category||8: Communication Artifact|
Faculty and Staff
|Lexicon sub-category||Documentary Artifact|