It seems to me that the Loker dilemma has a very simple solution: reduce the number of classes a student must take each semester. This plan requires a subsequent reduction in course requirements. If students take fewer courses, they will have less work and consequently have leisure time, which Loker is attempting to capitalize upon. This plan has an added benefit. Since each student can take fewer courses, the number of students in each class will decrease drastically. With this plan, not only will attendance at Loker social events boom, but Harvard will rise up once more in the U.S. News and World Report ratings?
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