After the controversy surrounding the administration’s closing the housing cooperative, “International House,” because it was racially integrated, President Coffey announces an initiative to reopen a similar house “open to any qualified student who wants to room there.” The announcement came on the heels of growing protest against policies of segregated student housing.
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