Over one hundred delegated from Radcliffe Alumnae clubs and class representatives gathered today for the first of three meetings of the Radcliffe Alumnae councils, a biennial event designed to provide alumnae with an update on the college and previews for the future.
The program included a discussion on admissions including topics concerning equal access policies and reports on financial aid for the class of 1980.
John B. Fox '59, dean of Harvard College, presented findings of a 1974 survey which showed that women enjoy the house system more than men but that "both sexes are very satisfied with residential life."
President Horner spoke briefly and later hosted a champagne reception at her home. Alumnae attend workshops and seminars at the University through Saturday.