The Eliot and Lowell House committees have voted to continue support of the National Student Association. But Quincy's committee, the only other yet to have voted, instructed its representative to the HCUA to oppose any continued Harvard participation.
Objections which were raised to the political emphasis of the NSA, formed the major reason for Quincy's opposition. Lowell's committee considered the political aspect a disadvantage, but Marshall Moriarty '64, the committee's chairman, said that the majority believed it was important for Harvard to be represented in a national student group.
A member of the Lowell committee also pointed out that NSA performs certain services, particularly valuable for American students travelling in Europe. The Eliot House chairman, Michael Dennis '64, added to these reasons the fact that "two house members are very active in NSA and are doing a good job."