funeral pyres; Japanese will gain expertise in Flower Arrangement and Hara-Kiri; and special textbooks for Jewish students will end century- old discrimination because all the sentences will run from right to left.
The faculty at ROU will, of course, be representative of our society; proportional representation must prevail; every student has a right to a teacher of similar ethnic background.
Students of mixed racial ancestry present a nitty-gritty, because it may be very hard to offer an exact ethnic match-up of faculty and students, as Prof. D. Boorstin has warned us: A student who is one-half Portuguese, one-quarter Chinese and one-quarter Greek deserves a teacher with the same ancestral components, for how else can the teacher really know what Portuguese-Chinese-Greeks have suffered throughout Brazilian history? The problem of an ethnic faculty is tough, but it can be solved the way every other problem has been solved: through Federal appropriations.
As every progressive student knows: Where there is a will there is a wail.
Well, folks, there it is--a simple, fair, handy-dandy college system for honest paranoids in a really free America. Mail soothing comments to me; ignite negative ones with a good, strong match.
Jocelyn College had a faculty of forty-one persons and a student-body of two hundred and eighty-three--a ratio of one teacher to every 6.9 students, which made possible the practice of "individual instruction" as carried on at Bennington (6:1), Sarah Lawrence (6.4:1), Bard (6.9:1), and St. John's (7.7:1). It had been founded in the late Thirties by an experimental educator and lecturer, backed by a group of society- women in Cleveland, Pittsburgh, and Cincinnati who wished to strike a middle course between the existing extremes, between Aquinas and