Wertenbaker, William
December 1962
New Yorker;12/1/1962, Vol. 38 Issue 41, p68
The article discusses the university administration, admissions, and college discipline practices of Harvard University. It is very difficult for college students to be thrown out from the institution in a final and irrevocable manner. The range of disciplinary measures include probation, dismissal, and expulsion. Harvard lacks an official policy of encouraging voluntary or involuntary dropping out.


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