Education: Walkout at Brown

In the turbulent '60s, students frequently went on strike to protest such weighty matters as the war in Southeast Asia, the draft or national political problems. Last week students at Brown University took to the picket line to speak out on what is strictly a campus affair: the school's projected budget cuts and the lack of any student voice in the decision to slash expenses.

The dispute that led to the walkout began with a February announcement by President Donald Hornig, a science adviser to President Johnson, that Brown would have to trim its budget by 15% and its faculty by 16.5%...

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