Under the present system, each Freshman dormitory is provided with a dining hall and all the members are required to eat there. Is there not some danger here of over-segregation? If the Freshmen are separated from the rest of the University, and then divided up among themselves, will there not be a tendency toward the formation of cliques in such small units? As a remedy for this it is suggested that the men be allowed to eat at whatever dormitory dining hall they choose. This will furnish a means of getting the members of the different halls more in contact with one another. By this plan, the crystallization of the various halls into set groups of acquaintances will be prevented.
IS THERE OVER-SEGREGATION?
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