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The proposal to award Harvard diplomas to Radcliffe undergraduates moved another rung up the University's administrative ladder yesterday with a decision by the Corporation to approve the change.
Final approval should come at the meeting of the Board of Overseers on May 14. The change, which will become effective June 1963, has already been passed by the Radcliffe Trustees and the Harvard Faculty.
Although the precise format of the new diploma has not been determined, the general plan is to change a Radcliffe diploma with Harvard signatures on the bottom into a Harvard diploma with Radcliffe signatures added.
In accordance with custom, the Cooperation, which includes the President and Fellows, refused to disclose details of its discussions.
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