A quartet of 'Cliffe Student Government officers from both incoming and out going Student Councils will meet student officers from seven other women's colleges to report the Radcliffe point of view at Mt. Holyoke this weekend.
Joan Projansky '49, president, and Joan McPartlin '49, vice-president of Student Government; Jane Meyerhoff '48, chairman of the Board of Hall Presidents, and Alice Gilbert '49, N.S.A. delegate, will leave today for South Hadley, Sessions get under way tonight and continue through tomorrow evening.
Eight Colleges Attend
Though the meeting is titled the Seven College Conference and the so-called "Big Seven" of Barnard, Bryn Mawr, Mt. Holyoke, Radcliffe, Smith, Vassar, and Wellesley will be represented, a bevy of delegates from Sweet Briar have also been invited to sit in.
"Hazing day," a phenomenon unknown in the 'Cliffe Yard, will lead off tonight's agenda, which also includes the problem of publicizing the workings of Student Government and the machinery of Student Government organizations such as judicial boards.
On Saturday the 30-add delegated will thresh out such problems as the extent of administrative control over student newspapers and year-books and student reluctance to go to the polls in college elections.
Radcliffe officers will carry to the meeting an invitation to the conference to meet in Cambridge next spring.