Three hundred students from all over the world will journey to seven International Service Seminars in the United States this summer to study methods of achieving global co-operation and erecting the "foundations of peace."
With encampments as far east as Plymouth, N.H., and as far west as Las Vegas, N.M., this coeducational project will be run by the American Friends Service Committee, according to William J. Richard '48, member of the Student Council's International Activities Committee, which is sponsoring the plan.
Included on the faculty of the seminar are F.S.C. Northrop, Professor of Philosophy at Yale, President Shuster of Hunter College, and Quincy Wright, former president of the American Association of University Professors.
Recreation will also play a part in the seven week course, Richards stated. Application blanks are obtainable afternoons at the Council's office in PBH. The seminar will cost each student $100, but scholarships are available.