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Smilar pattern prevailed on question probing attitudes about the social the atmosphere here Eighty-five percent of the over all sample responded positively when asked, "Are you satisfied with Harvard extra curricula's?" Seventy one percent affirmed that social life at Harvard was satisfactory. These reaction contradict rather negative assessments of these aspects of Harvard was satisfactory. These reactions contradict rather negative assessments of these aspects of Harvard recently published in a New York Times guide to American colleges.
The most significant criticism leveled at the College came from female respondents. Fifty-two percent of the women said Harvard had not adequately attended to their needs, compared to 43 percent who said they were satisfied with Harvard's concern for the quality of women's life.
Answering the question, "Has Harvard given adequate attention to the concerns of minority students?" 44 percent of the non-white students answered "yes," but 36 percent said "no. Twenty percent said they were undecided.
Despite the complaints of women and minorities, they responded with overwhelming enthusiasm when asked if they would attend Harvard again. Ninety percent of the pool said they would return to the Yard for four more years, with women and minorities following the overall pattern. In other words, you may like it here, after all