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Grad Schools Will Allow Room Shift


An exchange of rooms will be possible next year between students in five Graduate Schools, Assistant Dean William McLoughlin of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, and Assistant Dean Wesley E. Bevins, Jr. of the Law School, announced yesterday in a joint statement.

Students may transfer between rooms only under two conditions. They must have the written consent of all the students involved, and they must all have the permission of the dormitory which originally assigned the rooms.

Privileges between the dorms will apply to students enrolled in the School of Design, the School of Education, an the School of Public Administration, as well as the Law School and the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.

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