Radcliffe College Council yesterday
The delay means that the RGA will
President Bunting stressed last night that the Council, which is the governing board of Radcliffe, considered the
There is no attitude that the constitution is impossible or unworkable," President Bunting said. "We just feel has to be in better shape before we can give it final approval." She noted that several members of the Council gave specific suggestions for revising the constitution, but declined at this time
The College Council will hold its next meeting on Monday, June 4. If the members decide not to pass the RGA constitution at that time, action will be deferred again until September. In either event, the RGA will not become official before next Fall.
Originally, the officers of the RGA had intended to present the constitution and by-laws to the College Council at its meeting in April. Late in March, however, President Bunting told the students that the Council would be unable to act before May, and possibly not until June. At that time, she expressed doubt as to whether the by-laws would be completed before the end of the term.