I am watching the documentary "Free to Choose, Part 6: What's Wrong With Our Schools" at this link
At 20:08, Friedman says:
Many of the buildings and facilities at Dartmouth have been donated by private individuals and foundations. Like other private universities, Dartmouth has combined the selling of monuments with the provision of education and the one activity reinforces the other.
The transcript seems to confirm that this is what he said.
Since I am in Europe and I don't have any experience with US education, what is the "selling of monuments"? Is Dartmouth College really selling monuments like bronze statues? How does it make a profit doing that?