Ivy 'Student Leaders' Ask Exchange System
An "Ivy League Student Leaders Conference" at Brown University last weekend called for an exchange program that would permit a student from one Ivy League school to spend a semester or a year at another which has a program to fit his own educational interests.
Representing Harvard in Providence were Daniel C. Goldfarb Jr. '66, president of the Harvard Undergraduate Council; John C. Youngs '66, vice-president of the HUC; and Michael E. Abram '66, chairman of the Harvard Policy Committee.
The conference -- with representatives from all eight Ivy schools -- discussed primarily issues of educational reform, including the role of undergraduate curriculum evaluation.
Another conference was scheduled for February at Harvard to further explore the exchange program and other possible joint programs.