Responding to student pressure, Radcliffe administrators have recently agreed to allow Cliffies living in off-campus houses, who contract for one meal a day, to decide each day whether to eat lunch or dinner in the brick dormitories. Girls who choose lunch may elect to dine in the graduate center without charge. Previously, off-campus students could eat only dinner in the dorms.
The Radcliffe administration has advocated the abolition of off-campus housing throughout the year, despite the strong student interest in this more flexible relaxed way of life. The administrators' cooperation on the meal issue, however, indicates an encouraging willingness to maintain--and even improve--the flexibility of off campus living.