Universities: And Now, Princesstonians?

Two more of the nation's top private colleges are following the trend toward coeducation (TIME, May 5). Last week President Ruth M. Adams of all-girl Wellesley College and Howard W. Johnson, president of M.I.T., announced a new five-year experimental program in academic cooperation that will permit students to take courses at either institution beginning in 1968. Despite the academic interchange, which presumably will become permanent, the two educators stressed that the schools intend to retain their "own character, tradition and autonomy."

Although "no specific choice" has yet been made, Princeton President Robert Goheen told the Daily Princetonian that "it is...

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