Education: The Rollins Row (Cont'd)

For a few days at least, it had seemed as if the long row over the economy firings of 23 Rollins College faculty members might be simmering down at last. At an emergency session in Manhattan last month, a majority of the trustees had decided that President Paul A. Wagner would have to resign, and they had set a date for a Winter Park, Fla. meeting to make the final arrangements (TIME, May 7). But last week—before the meeting could take place—the whole row flared up again.

It began when about two-thirds of Rollins' 630 students went out on strike, threatened to...

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