Education: Rhodes7 Scholarship

"I'm worried that the commission is close to oh-deeing. Mississippi almost did them in, and Kent State will put them over." So said Joseph Rhodes Jr., 23, before setting off for a hearing last week at Kent State University in Ohio, the scene of one of the bloodiest episodes in the recent history of campus disorder. Rhodes was referring to Richard Nixon's Commission on Campus Unrest, of which he is the only student member. By "oh-deeing"—a hophead term for a drug overdose—he meant that the other commissioners...

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