Architects Seek Student Advice
The Harvard athletic department, seeking a greater response from students in its investigation of athletic needs, will circulate a questionnaire today and will hold two public meetings next week.
The questionnaires distributed in the House dining halls today will be submitted to the architectural firm that is presently conducting a survey of Harvard athletic needs for the next 59 years.
The architects will also hold two meetings, the first at 7:30 p.m. Monday in the Hilles Colloquium Room and the second Tuesday in the Kirkland JCR.
The architects, members of the firm of Kallman and McKinnell, have held extensive interviews with the Harvard and Radcliffe athletic administrations and the Harvard varsity coaching staff.
But the athletic department has become concerned that the most affected party-the students-has been the most silent to date.