Radcliffe's Student Government Association will decide this afternoon whether it wants longer mid-year and Thanksgiving vacations.
If the SGA decides in favor of longer vacations, it will consider the revision of the calendar year now being discussed by the Harvard Student Council.
SGA President Nancy D. Campbell '56 urged that a Radcliffe statement on the vacation issue coincide with the Harvard Student Council's conclusion since the Administration's final decision will affect both colleges. The Harvard Council will meet tonight to consider the results of last Thursday's student opinion poll, and to take a stand on the proposed calendar revision.
SGA officers have discussed vacation changes with individuals and student groups in the dormitories so that today's decision will represent, as nearly as possible, the prevailing opinion of the student body, Miss Campbell said.