Grad Student Council Approves Separation Of College and GSAS
The Graduate Student Council of Harvard and Radcliffe went on record as favoring the maintaince of "the present separate identity of Harvard College and the Harvard Graduate Schools" in a resolution passed Tuesday night. The Council also approved admitting women to the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.
According to Armen Sahakian 3G, co-chairman of the admissions and policies committee of the Council, the first resolution implied that the College "should not undertake to serve as a prep school for the graduate schools" or restrict admissions to potential graduate students.
The second statement expressed support for a Faculty resolution favoring the admission of women to the GSAS in the event that the Radcliffe Graduate School ceases to admit students.